I don't know about this one. I thought I'd enjoy it, and I did in the beginning, but the multiple storylines never converged in a good way for me. I really have no idea where that ending came from - I can see what the author was trying to go for, but it was just out of left field. Nothing about the characters grabbed me, and the author relied on too many stereotypes. Not just Chin-Kee, who was obviously supposed to be way over the top, but he stereotyped American children, too. The art seemed very basic and rudimentary. Nothing complex, and it led to some confusion on my part. I actually thought the "Chin-Kee" storyline was supposed to be a sitcom that was on television. It just didn't work.