The issue is fun, and it delivers plenty of laughs. Domestic Mark and Abby are as adorable as ever, and they're handling the hurdles of marriage well so far. I really liked seeing a different side of Darkblade, and it's fun to see Mark use his x-ray vision to make sure that the steaks are done. And Amazonia has a softer side, who knew?
The style of the comic matches previous issues. There are eight panels per page, the colors are soft, and the word bubbles are slightly transparent. It's clean, the character style fits the story perfectly, and it's different than anything else I've seen on the comic book store shelves.
I had a few people in line around me at the comic shop when I asked to get the issue pulled from my folder. Instantly a chorus of “I love that series” and “wait, I want that added to my pull list” sprang up around me. If that's not a sign you should be checking out Love and Capes, I don't know what to tell you.