The art is by Jesus Redondo Roman, and it’s a perfect fit for the book. It’s got kind of an old school feel to it – like it would fit into one of DC’s old anthology books. It’s a classic look that somehow captures the overall weirdness of the story. It’s solid art with great character design. Just check out Sylbert Raven. The best way I can describe him is that one side of his face looks like it’s made of skin tags. That’s what I call a great villain face.
Obviously, KNOWBODYS is a must-read for fans of Maiellaro’s television work. While it’s a different approach, you’ll recognize his voice in the book. But you don’t need to be an Aqua Teen acolyte to enjoy it – it’s definitely more accessible than the nihilistic talking food products in that it has a plot with a beginning, middle, and end. It has defined characters with emotional arcs and a conflict with consequences. As much as I love ATHF, I’m really happy to see Maiellaro branching out with a whole different kind of thing. Whether the name Mothmonsterman means something to you or not, check out KNOWBODYS.