, actually, seems mostly to be made up of "normal" college people. (They get drunk
, and fuck
on the weekends.) The characters
, for the most part, are nice people
, and make you care about their futures.
This comic, refreshing in its semi-normalcy
, is not only well drawn, but very well written
. At times when the author wishes to go through a long section of dialogue
that would take weeks of normal
strips, he drops the comic format and uses text
with the occastional image. Very effective, and well done.
I suppose it should be noted that the comic does have geeky wackyness in it, but those events are few and far between. While the geeky wackyness does not detract from the comic, it is not the comics main draw, IMHO.