The Good: I really enjoyed the witty banter and innuendos the characters made throughout the three issues I read.
I liked Agent Undisclothed in particular in terms of storyline and writing; the semi-cheesy but heartfelt and entertaining dialogue paired with well-rendered action scenes made for a great quick read. LGBTQA comic heroes remain in short supply, and so it was very refreshing to read about a queer hero.
For Straight In, I found the pacing and organization of having Nina ‘discover’ her uncle anew after his death to be very well done. The art style was unique and expressive and nicely detailed.
The Bad: While I did like the cheesiness of the dialogue at times, I feel the writing was a little too based on stereotype and over-used cliches. Don’t get me wrong, I found them entertaining and comforting, like an old favourite movie, but I’m worried it may come off as unprofessional to some more critical readers.
Overall, I really had a good time reading these comics, and I think they give the spotlight to a community that needs it badly right now. As a bisexual person myself, I love when prominent characters are LGBTQA, so this was right up my alley. If you can get a copy, I suggest you do.