Even Super Villains need advice… can you get it from books, comics & films.
With super-hero comic there’s the “willing suspension of disbelief” that super powers are possible. This comic really stretches this to breaking point with the concept that a minion is a person in their own right with real feelings, personalities and lives. As difficult as it is you have to you get past that and accept the bizarro universe that it portrays to get into the comic.
Some online comics work like newspaper comic strips, with each release having a joke or being a discrete part of a bigger story. Then there’s online comics like this, where each release is a single page on a virtual comic book. It makes reading the comic as it comes out far less satisfying and means it really needs to be read once each issue is complete.
The comic itself is sort of sweet and fun, but the storytelling is confused and it’s never as funny as it hopes and it never reaches its potential as either a slice-of-life comic for a super villain’s minion or a parody/homage/postmodern-look-at super hero comics. However, all this is secondary to the comic’s real sin.
Once again it’s about a super villain who really a good person and potential super hero deep down. Once again, it’s all just a phase the person’s going through. Inside every villain (and it seems their minions) is a hero trying to get out.
Unfortunately, we are once again faced with superscelerophibic propaganda.