Langridge draws the characters here in a way that is instantly recognizable even as it also maintains his own style of art. It's light and humorous; the way he draws a character's eyes widening out of surprise is hysterical, and the opening two-page splash of the character zooming back to the theatre in the bus is worthy of a poster. Peppered with sight gags in the backgrounds even as he continues to bring the world of the Muppets to life, this is a fine looking book. If you've ever been a fan of "The Muppet Show" you owe it to yourself to give this comic a try. And if you've never experienced "The Muppet Show," well, this is a great way to find out for yourself why it has such a strong following. It's hard to find a funnier comic on the market than "The Muppet Show." Read Full Review
When it comes to “Gonzo’s Story”, the main problem is that there are too many stories going on in one issue. While densely packed, it loses appeal as so many stories start to clash rather than work together in an even flow. Langridge does the best job he can with the story, but there is room to do better. Read Full Review
Be the first to rate this issue!
Click the 'Rate/Write A Review' link above to get started.