With this issue spotlighting Miss Piggy and a psychic, Roger Langridge ends his "Muppet Show" series strongly, maintaining a high quality throughout the four issues. One can only hope there will be a sequel sometime down the road, because this cartoonist and these characters were made for each other. Read Full Review
I am impressed with the level of story telling this series provides issue after issue. This one relies on a new member while still providing some laughs from the vintage characters. This is a good comic book. Read Full Review
As the narrative switches back to Miss Piggy it should be noted that The Muppet Show #4 also breaks with tradition and finally brings a guest into the mix. Although in line with the unique universe these characters inhabit, the guest host harkens back to the real live show and its bounty of unique guests that would make for something special. Although humans have yet to take the stage in this rendition of the Muppets, I do wonder if Langridge will bridge that gap between the reality of the hosts and the imagination of Jim Henson. Whatever he does, I’m sure it will be brilliant and I can’t wait for the next batch of The Muppet Show comics to come out from Boom! Studios. Read Full Review
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