Sunny days sweeping the clouds away are bringing some sweet air to comic stores and mobile devices later this year with the news that classic children's television show Sesame Street will come to comics for the first time in its 43 year history via Ape Entertainment.USA Today broke the news that the indie publisher is planning a four issue m
Judging from the cover to Ape Entertainment's upcoming "Shrek" #1, the core selling points seem to be family farting and animal abuse.
I confess, I haven't been able to make it all the way through a Shrek film since the original, so I have to ask: Did something happen in the last sequel to make them embrace their more murderous ogre tendencies? I mean, Donkey could get a little annoying, but death by physical fumigation seems a little harsh. Then again, that's why ogres have layers. Murderous, farting layers.