This book follows the Aw Yeah! Guys’ tried-and-true short story comic method, and does so with great success. I love the way the stories thread together by the end, and seeing lots of silly, fun all-ages goodness in this book was a welcome sight. I loved the “for the grown ups” moment when we got a reference to the taco bell dog “heere lizard lizard lizard” plus the goofy, over-the-top inclusion of the bad guy having a “lizard ray” complete with multiple setting selections like “reverse” and “blizzard”. It was great to have Mark Waid’s Aw Yeah character- marquaid- the evil lobster monster, make an appearance. Plus we even get a bit of smart-stuff when they drop the phrase “Caudal autonomy” on us- look it up, and learn something! The art on this book, by all the different creators for the short stories is great, but they all have a feeling of being similar enough to not feel like mashing together a handful of separate short stories. I love this book, and will be enjoying this series with my son, alongside their other all-ages books like Tiny Titans, Aw Yeah! Comics, Patrick the Wolf boy and more! This book is a great, fun title by some really cool guys not afraid to make books that aren’t just kiddie books, but are something literally anyone can enjoy. Check this book out- and if you are anywhere near the Chicago suburb of Skokie, IL- do yourself a favor and check out Beautiful Downtown Skokie and the Aw Yeah! Comics store. It is a great, fun, bright place to go for grown-up comic collectors, and young readers alike!