If there's any comic that demonstrates both the pros and cons of the webtoons format, it's this one. There are so many amazing panels that take full advantage of the narrow aspect ratio, but there are so many other panels that feel neutered by it. Some panels are actually flipped sideways because there was no other way to show them without breaking them up.

As for the comic itself, I love the faux-arabic aesthetic and can't get enough of it. It's marred only by a number of unfortunate pop cultural references that feel very awkward and out of place. The author also has a tendency to beg for ten-star reviews at the end of his pages, which is something I have no patience for. However, he does have a number of segments where he shouts out other webcomics he's read and enjoyed, and I really like these 'cause I'm always on the lookout for more comics to put on this site. The FAQ with all the characters I thought was also a lot of fun.

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