Comic Book Review: Insufferable by Mark Waid

 An intriguing idea. 

An obnoxious sidekick strikes out on his own leaving the hero to pick up the pieces of his inept activities.  

Hilarity ensues. 

No wait – that’s a different comic. 

This book is about growing up. 

Losing innocence.

It’s about heartbreak and pain.  

About family. 

About loss. 

Family is never easy. 

And just when you think they’ve gone over the edge…wait; I’m not going to ruin it for you. 

Just like I don’t know the end of the story because it’s TO BE CONTINUED. Rats. 

The art is dark. The story is interesting. And dark. It’s worth a read. But then I’m all about different takes on the superhero story. And, of course, it’s Mark Waid. 

Thanks to NetGalley, Diamond, and IDW for a copy in return for an honest review.


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