Especially since the book in question - Double Jumpers, put out by Action Lab Comics - is simply a gem of a comic. Think of it as an intersection of The Guild and Big.
Even that is something of a misstatement - the premise is simple: four characters end up exchanging their "essences" with four characters from a video game. But David Dwonch's script is much more complex than that, juggling several intriguing concepts (like this taking place during the launch of an experimental video game) that provide a little more heft to the premise. In addition, parents take note: there's plenty of off-color humor and language (this is a "Mature Audiences Book"), but it never comes across as crass or inappropriate. The plot moves along at a good clip (I've already read issues 1 and 2, and don't feel as if I'm being rushed through the story, nor am I waiting for something to happen), and Dwonch has a definite gift for dialogue, which at times simply sparkles.
This, quite simply, is one of the most fun books out there, and is a definite must-read.
Double Jumpers is a four-issue limited series, and is available for via Action Lab Comics. Trust me - this is a book that needs to be on your radar.