Many of my critical peers seem to think that Jeff Parker and Tom Fowler's "Mysterius the Unfathomable" is some kind of aesthetic high point.
I think it's not very good at all.
It's in-your-face and overly hysterical in its storytelling, and though I admire Fowler's style -- and the fact that it's different from the typical Wildstorm fare -- I think it's just ugly in this comic. It's really just a hideously colored "straight" version of Jack Davis's "Mad" lampoons.
And Parker's story is nothing special, either.
So why do people seem to like it so much?
Convince me I'm wrong about "Mysterius."