A struggling artist, Willard Penn, scores an unlikely hit with his new comic. The story centers on a hero more concerned with his libido than serving justice. After an unexpected sell out, Willard can't recall anything about his story. That night the book's hero shows up outside Willard's window refusing to return to the comic until he finds true love. Exasperated, Willard is forced to help the lovesick hero meet the perfect woman. But he'll need to hurry because the book's villain, a homicidal maniac, has entered his world as well.
Seems as nobdy picked it up. If you haven't done so now you should truly give it a try as the first issue starts very promising with setting the foundations, plus a nice cliffhanger ending.
Those of you interested in a new spin of books should really check it out.
I had this in my hands, but I'd hit my 10-issue a week limit (for the first time ever) and it came down to this or Mocking Dead. Given FVL's amazing work on Archer & Armstrong, Mocking Dead won out. In hindsight, I should've left Batman/Joker 23.1 on the shelves. Yikes, terrible.