So it's a case of too little too late for me but nonetheless credit where it's due this was a really fun issue with bright, expressive art working side by side with humorous and playful storytelling. As I've said before I really hope that the duo get more chances to shine in their own miniseries', perhaps away from the conceit of time travel. Read Full Review
Issue 4 isn't going to do enough to put me off this series. It's taken an odd turn, with one time travel destination in particular an odd choice considering its seriousness. It might not be Secret History of the Foot Clan or Turtles in Time but it has been good fun so far. For all its shenanigans I don't think it's going to change the main title at all. All it will do ultimately (I think) is give us a better understanding of the relationship these two meatheads have with one another. Read Full Review
this issue was a whole heck of a lot of fun! . . . . . so much craziness ensues it's hard to keep track of . . . . . . but thankfully there isn't a bunch of exposition, we are instead treated to seeing all the chaos created from the many alternate realities form Bebob and Rocksteady's abuse of time travel. . . . . . . . . the shifts in different artists was well handled. and the art itself was pretty fantastic!!