This book had a long, winding road to travel, but it’s finally here! A “typical” (ha! as though there is such a thing as typical in this business) graphic novel starts life as a script, then it gets arted, then sent to the printer, and then, pretty soon, it’s a book.
Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong had a slightly longer, odder path. It started life as a prose novel by Prudence! And then Faith made it a script! And then Faith made it full of art! And then Faith and Prudence made it a web-comic, and NOW, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN:
It’s a book.
And it’s pretty freaking great. You’re looking at yer run of the mill screwball teen comedy by way of political farce, odd-couple friendship, robot-death-match, dysfunctional family drama, cheerleader death-squad adventures. Basically: the best thing ever.
Spoiler alert: everything that can go wrong, does.
Spoiler alert: that’s a good thing.