Happy summer geekfans! That is why we’ve been kind of off on the updates. Worry not though, dear followers! We haven’t forgotten you. Although you guys could probably use a stint at the beach with some SPF Over 9000.
Do you have the right to tell someone to go out in the sun? I think if Webster’s Dictionary had a description of pasty nerd, it would be you. Are you sure you even saw the sun… like in forever?
I JUST HAVE A VERY FAIR COMPLEXION AND I BURN EASILY! IT RUNS IN MY FAMILY! LEAVE! ME! ALONE!
Anyway, let’s take a look at the comic we’ll be reviewing this week, shall we?
Gunshow by KC Green
This is a random clicker about anything and everything. It ranges from darkly funny to light and hilarious. There’s really no other description for it.
Paul: Green’s humour is spot on throughout all of the comics to date. The jokes and punchlines are impossible to forget while also being original. One of the nice things I like about Gunshow is the ever changing art style. Green manages to switch them up on the fly going from simplistic to hellishly complicated. The subtle nods to Brian O’Malley and Scott Pilgrim’s art style and story are nice too.
Jess: I really like this comic! It’s a lot of fun and you can just click random for days! It really does touch on pretty much everything and constantly delivers the giggles. Sometimes it’s nice not having a storyline to keep up with.
Paul: I’m giving Gunshow 4 out of 5 multi-styled pencils. The comic is funny and original and good in small doses. A few clicks of the random button can definitely brighten anyone’s day.
Jess: I give this one a solid 4 whatever-the-hell-I-want pencils out of 5. Kinda nice to relax the brain and still get the laughter.
And that concludes yet another installment of Breaking the 4th Wall, the webcomic review. Remember you can always tweet us at @hbht for suggestions of webcomics to review or leave a comment down below. Now go grab your portable consoles and play a game or two outside.