I went with my kids. It was a very busy day at my favorite local comic-and-HVAC shop. Yes, I buy my comics from plumbers. Who do not wear ties. I was happy to see so many people there. Locally, anyway, comics seem to have rebounded. My 6yo daughter picked up Teen Titans, put it down, picked up the one with the pony on its cover, flipped through it, declared it to be 'too scary', and kept Teen Titans. My 8yo son requested 'newspaper comics', evoking an from the clerk. The clerk handed him Prince Valiant, but he turned it down, saying "no, I like newspaper comics except for Prince Valiant", and got the Kaboom one that had a Garfield comic of some type. I picked up the brilliantly silly TF/Joe thing. It was a work of mad genius. Coloring the paper faux-yellowed was a nice touch. One thing that doesn't quite work is the lettering. It's a little too neat and obviously machine-lettered, and can't go as creatively wonky or break into random boldface with the ease of vintage hand-lettering.