ICE CREAM MAN writer W. MAXWELL PRINCE brings his signature style of one-shot storytelling to the world of clowns—and he’s invited SOME OF THE BEST ARTISTS IN COMICS to join him for the ride.
HAHA is a genre-jumping, throat-lumping look at the sad, scary, hilarious life of those who get paid to play the fool—but these ain’t your typical jokers.
With chapters drawn by VANESA DEL REY (REDLANDS), GABRIEL WALTA (Vision), ROGER LANGRIDGE (Thor), and more, HAHA peeks under the big top, over the rainbow, and even inside a balloon to tell a wide-ranging slew of stories about “funny” men and women, proving that some things are so sad you just have to laugh.
Collects HAHA #1-6
Select praise for HAHA:
“Full of pathos, pitch perfect art, and literary maturity, this story has the markings of a true classic.”—Multiversity Comics
“While the initial premise might mirror iconic trajectories, readers will surely be won over by what looks to be a more nuanced and sophisticated exploration of Bartleby's desperation that won't have to rely on gimmicks or gags to delight its audience.”—ComicBook.com
“While HAHA treads deeply into clown-fueled misery… Cover-to-cover this is a comic of broken dreams with sinister undertones all behind a veneer of cheap make-up; that narrative spoonful of sugar to help the medicine go down.”—Comic Book Resources