Jan. 16th, 2014

fengi: (Satan's Waiting List)
It starts with a series of picaresque vignettes filled with intense action and "risque" (or asshole) humor and a bit too many video game references before focusing on two or three characters who spout increasingly longer monologues until the third act (longer than the first two combined) in which everyone hashes out tiny relationship dramas with Wagnerian gesticulation while sitting around on two sets: a diner which is just tables and a brick wall and a sofa and TV in an empty room.

If Wreck-It Ralph had been a webcomic, it would have ended with an hour of Ralph and Vanellope sitting in a coffee shop trying to encourage Felix to go over and talk to Calhoun at the next table.