Author: Johnathan Kunz, Elizabeth Pich
Goodreads Rating: 3/5
Content Warnings: Mild sexual themes
I recieved a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
War and Peas: Funny Comics for Dirty Lovers is a collection of work from the webcomic series of the same name. The comics themselves stand alone, but there are small connections for the reader to follow. There are characters such as a slutty witch, a lonely ghost, a robot that wants to love, and Death himself (herself? themself? Who knows). Some of the comics are solo adventures, and sometimes they interact. Most of the comics boil down to a single joke or one-liner.
Attempts to explain the jokes aside, I enjoyed them. I don’t know if I’m going to read the book again, but I had a good time reading War and Peas. I’m going to look into the comic itself if I’m in the mood for it. It’s a book for people that don’t mind a bit of dirty humor. If you prefer something a little more family-friendly, this might be a pass for you. While I had fun reading it, I think that I’m a bit outside of the intended audience. The content itself was good, but I don’t usually get the point of webcomic collections without any new content. War and Peas: Funny Comics for Dirty Lovers has perhaps convinced me to check out their website. However, I don’t think this is a book I’m going to be adding to my shelf.