I really don't mean to nitpick, as it's amazing to walk into any comic store and see a whole mess of Muppet titles that have come out in the last year. But something that's kind of bugged me is how Boom switched from the standard slick glossy pages to a kind of rough course paper where it doesn't feel as nice thumbing through the pages *and* the colors look much duller. Not just on the Muppets comics but all the Boom Kids. Just wondering why they chose to do this, given virtually every other color comic on the market(major or super indie) is staying with the slick glossy paper that really brings the vibrancy of the pages. If it was to save costs, why do the titles remain $2.99? I would gladly pay an extra 50 c or even a dollar if it meant retaining the normal paper. Again, usually I find nitpicking is quite eye-rolling inducing, but for some reason this bugged me as in a way it kind of brought the enjoyment level down. I really love Langridge's replacement artist on the regular new Muppet series, as well as Mebberson's art/coloring and it all seems really muted now.