Life in New York isn't as easy as Kevin thought it would be. The issue opens with him fast asleep on the subway, completely missing his stop and having to quickly commission an Uber to get back home. He isn't going to go rest, however, just quickly change before a yoga class with Paulo, a potential new beau. Unfortunately, a borrowed pair of ill-fitting shorts and an extreme case of flatulence cause no end of humiliation.
|I never expected to see that particular sentence in an Archie comic before. Just be glad this isn't an Adam Sandler movie, Kevin, or something worse might have happened.|
Executive mandates, everyone! I do like that the issue somewhat humanizes Babs. She isn't happy with this, missing the sense of purpose that came from real journalism instead of pandering to the audience. Reluctantly, she decides to get him on camera for a body waxing piece. Needless to say, it doesn't go well and he quits on the air.
|Seriously, couldn't he sue them for this? She just stripped him on the air, without his consent or forewarning.|
Life With Kevin #3 is an excellent issue, finally achieving the right combination of real-world situations and Archie Comics-style shenanigans. I'm interested to see how the final issue wraps everything up, especially with the news position. Technically, he only quit on the air, but they haven't fired him yet. The leaked footage could change something. I do not know when the final comic will come out, but I'll be sure to review it when it arrives.
Life With Kevin #3 is written by Dan Parent and drawn by Dan Parent and J. Bone. You can find it on the Archie Comics app.
Zachary Krishef is an evil genius. Do not question his knowledge of Saturday Night Live trivia or Harry Potter books.