Most Dangerous time travel method yet.
While Bob and Linda Belcher have their hands full
running the family business, their kids Tina, Gene, and Louise have
adventures that you won't believe! The producers, writers, and animators
of the hit animated show Bob's Burgers proudly present all-original
comic book stories, including hilarious installments of "Louise's
Unsolved Mysteries & Curious Curiosities", "Tina's Erotic Friend
Fiction", and "Gene's Rhymey Rhymes That Could One Day Be Songs."
Whether it's Tina's daydreams of cloning back-up dancers or jungle
misadventures, Louise's explorations of underground tunnels and
time-stopping Wonder Wharf rides, Gene's lyrics that reimagine boring
Aunt Gayle visits as epic journeys to fantasy worlds, the Belcher family
hijinx are guaranteed to make you laugh!
I enjoy the show Bob's Burgers (I would enjoy it more if they had stuck with the cannibalism thing, but that's most likely just me). This contains the first 4 issues of the comic. Each issue has a segment from each of the Belcher kids that match their personality and talents with the tiny thing from Bob and Linda once in a while (just a singe page).
There is the art style of the show, but there is also different ones. Some make sense with what story being told like "Gene's Rhymey Rhymes That Could One Day Be Songs." The others were bit jarring because they were different but there were good. There also tons of alternative cover images for the comics which similar to the better fan art you find online. So some of it was amazing, others were good.
The stories were good. They basically made up by the characters and not likely to have actually to have happened. They are lot references, such Casablanca and Narnia. Either Gene's version of Cinderella or Louise's The Ride (the art is sickly cute). Tina's stories were just too much butts, which are her but it not as charming on paper than it is on scene.
Overall, I gave this 3 out of 5 stars for pineapples. If you're caving more of Bob's Burgers then this worth a read, but it's not quite the same magic as the show.