Updated on 16 October, 2021
Check, Please! is a new web comic written and drawn by Ngozi Ukazu. The comic follows figure-turned-actor and vlogger Eric Bittle as he deals with everyday life in the future. One of the more interesting aspects of the comic is the alternate universe that Bitty finds himself in. He teams up with his high school crush Kip (Kevin Smith) and the two end up together, but everything is not what it seems.
The story is well told, and contains some very funny scenes. It's not too outrageous or shocking, but still has enough intrigue to keep you reading. The art is really good, and while I would have liked to see more of it, one thing it does well is draw my eye to small things that other comic panels simply miss. The storyline is fairly basic and the characters are fairly average at best.
The plot itself is relatively simple. There is only one major event, and that is Bitty's untimely death. He is not the main character, but his story is the most interesting part of the story. Bitty's girlfriend is, of course, devastated. A new character, Jasmine, comes into the picture and becomes Bitty's love interest in the beginning. This is an unexpected development, and it ends up being one of the stronger points of the comic.
The artwork in Check Please Comic is quite nice. There is some nice full colour designs, and the layouts are generally simple. The most notable aspect of the comic is the amazing opening splash page, which is probably the highlight of the entire comic for me. That splash page alone is worth the price of admission.
I enjoyed the character designs, and found them to be pretty realistic for a kids book. Of course, the biggest thing was always going to be Spider-Man's comic, and that's what makes it, in my opinion. I adored every issue of this series. It was exciting, fun, funny, and at times even emotional. The emotional part especially was very surprising, considering it's normally a kid's comic.
The final storyline in Check Please Comic was about the ghost of Jonny Depp. I won't give too much away, but the story was fantastic. He's just so good. I highly recommend this book if you enjoy fantasy and the works of imagination. In short, if you are a fan of the original Disneyland film, you will love this comic.
Overall, Check Please Comic is a very enjoyable comic. The storyline is simple, and everything flows smoothly. The last few pages have some very emotional moments, and really pack a punch. The story is just that good. This is easily one of the best Mickey Mouse cartoons that has ever been made.
If you want a great read, with tons of humor, and great artwork, than you'll defiantly want to check out Check Please Comic. It's a very entertaining read, with some excellent storytelling. Don't miss out on this one! My favorite part of this comic is the part when Mac Gargan is revealed as Spider-Man, and how he takes up a new identity. It's a great reveal, and extremely well done. For a children's book, this one definitely gets a thumbs up.
The story is centered on a boy named Nicholas, who longs to be like his favorite comic book hero. He goes off to college, and immediately starts to have trouble because he can't use his powers effectively. He soon finds out that he has some sort of latent super-powers, and is put in charge of investigating a series of mysterious attacks.
The plot is quite simple - good kid goes to bad kid, and vice versa. The supporting cast is also great. There are so many great comic book heroes that it's hard to pick just one. Of course, Mickey Mouse does help, as always.
Check Please Comic isn't a book that many kids go on to read again. Most kids have outgrown them. That's unfortunate, but it happens to the best of us. I think that the writers did a great job creating an interesting plot, and making sure the characters felt human. If you love this timeless classic comic book, I'd recommend that you buy this book, and give your kids a copy as well.