On the one hand, the mellow nature of Lil Depressed Boy is what makes it so likeable and gives it character; while on the other, it makes for slightly dull reading. Thankfully the characters are amiable and the art work is tremendous.
Lil Depressed Boy isn’t a laugh-a-minute, blink-or-you’ll-miss-it romp; but it is an endearing read, as always, there is a cliff-hanger that threatens the very existence of comics’ cutest couple and the naturally funny dialogue ensures that Lil Depressed Boy is as pleasant and enjoyable a read as usual.
Issue 3 of Lil Depressed Boy proves to be another consistent outing of an endearing protagonist to whom we can all relate. At least emotionally if not physically.
After his sort-of-ex-girlfriend Jazz threatened to ruin his night, Lil Depressed Boy is soothed by Spike and makes a pretty big life decision.