What the Actual returns with an intriguing issue that is better read than explained. The cover statement that this is "a new grindhouse comic" will point you in the right direction, as the structure of this issue likely owes something to Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction, but the felxibility of the comic book form combined with Granofsky's instinctive understanding of how it is read will provide readers of this issue with plenty of surprising – and clever – twists. Please be forewarned that there's a decent amount of gratuitous cartooned crudity, violence and gore that is central to Granofsky's sense of humor. So, yes, this book is funny, in a dark, angry sort of way. Long term, hard core comic book readers are likely to get a kick out this issue, which runs 36 magazine size pages, guts are black and white, with covers and inside covers in full color – but it's definitely not for everyone.