The comic, drawn in a manga-inflected style, calls to mind Rumiko Takahashi's exuberantly weird Ranma 1/2 series. Over time, O'Malley has refined his technique (pages and panels are less cluttered, and the characters, while simply drawn, have become more expressive), but the overall look has remained largely unchanged. Witty, self-aware dialogue and acute observational humor wink from the pages, and the result is an appealing, lighthearted account of a transitional period of life. O'Malley portrays a slice…of a generation attempting to grow up.
The New York Times