Bizarro-noir is my favorite off shoot of the bizarro genre, but this one fell a bit short for me. I will try to explain why.
Maybe it was because every other page mentioned that Jimmy Plush was a Teddy Bear even though I already knew that.
Maybe it was because I wanted more of his fox-suited girlfriend.
Maybe it was because the stories got really dark and violent towards the end, more so than I thought was possible or necessary.
Maybe it was because the moments that were weird were just there for the sake of being weird.
Maybe I can't really put my finger on it, but something just felt off.
Maybe it's all of the above.
However, I must admit, that Garrett Cook did a remarkable job of creating his weird world and hard-boiled dialogue - no easy feat by any means, so I look forward to reading something else by him in the future. Maybe Archelon Ranch.