The Schlub #2
Written by Ryan Stegman and Kenny Porter
Art by Tyrell Cannon
Colors by Mike Spicer
Letters by John J. Hill
The Rundown: Cirrus looks for answers while Roger continues to stumble at being a hero.
Cirrus returns to his base of operations in order to get answers about the relic. Unfortunately, his security doesn’t recognize him in his new body and acts accordingly. After getting the answers he seeks, he goes looking for Roger who has decided to get some petty revenge on his brother using his new superpowers.
After catching up with Roger, Cirrus tells him his plan to switch them back. When superhero duty calls, Roger jumps into action causing more chaos and his actions get some unwanted attention.
The Story: A fun follow up to the first issue. The story continues to take some interesting and entertaining twists and turns for both characters. I enjoy the contrasting narratives for both Cirrus and Roger and how both characters are changing and evolving because of the experience. Stegman and Porter have a fun and often funny hit on their hands and I look forward to seeing what happens next.
The Art: Cannon continues to deliver fantastic art in the issue. The art perfectly captures the fun and frantic nature and tone of the story.