I picked this up as I've been reading quite a few graphic novels recently and Garth Ennis seems to be writing the majority of my favourite stuff.
I was 50/50 after reading the reviews and thought it might be a bit young for me. A lot of people seemed to deem this book for the under 16 market. I have to say I'm not sure why. I stopped reading graphic novels years ago because I couldn't stand Spider-Man, The Hulk, Ghost Rider or the Green Lantern anymore which were all my favourites. Since getting back into graphic novels I've been reading what I would consider to be more adult stuff like The Boys, Locke and Key, American Vampire, Preacher and so on and I thought this fit in nicely with them.
I have a feeling after reading a lot of reviews on Amazon that a lot of people seem to think that profanity either means immaturity or a limited vocabulary. I don't agree with either train of thought. I don't claim to be an English professor but living in Scotland people are often found using swearing as a term of endearment or to emphasise a point which I have no f*$%ing issue with whatsoever. lol
It all feels like a bit of a rant but to be fair the humour is low brow but I definitely wouldn't say it was for the kids market. I'm 31, have a wide range of interests and consider myself pretty well read and I found this to be extremely entertaining so if you don't have a stick up your butt about dirty jokes and swearing I think you'll rather enjoy this one. Definite five stars from me.