Teen Boat #3 by John Green & Dave Roman
Before I begin, everybody can read the slogan at the bottom of the cover, right? Itâ€™s hard to get much better than that. If you think that anything about this series is even a little bit serious, thatâ€™s not the case. The kid turns into a boat, how serious do you expect it to be? Teen Boat desperately seeks the approval of his classmates (and the love of a foreign exchange student), so he uses his powers toâ€¦ um, â€œboatâ€ all the cool kids into international waters in the first couple of issues for gambling purposes, after which theyâ€™re attacked by pirates. One iceberg and Coast Guard rescue later and Teen Boat is back in school, being made fun of by all the cool kids. This issue deals with that, and also shows that he canâ€™t control his powers when water penetrates his ear. For the most part this is funny, absurd stuff. The artâ€™s flawless, the writing is crisp and delicious, and they can even make it look cool when the kid transforms into a boat.