As stated the colours are bright and vibrant which is suitable for a children's comic book, as it keeps them engaged and focused as there is never a dull page. The world is so random that there are flying fish and random animals all with a unique design which would be found in either stoner movies or children's TV. The world which has been designed and created is fantastic and a wonder to behold, definitely one of the craziest and funniest places I have experienced. All readers would enjoy the characters and settings.
The story is the only downside, it would be great for younger readers as the scenes are quick, un-complex and fun. But as an adult reader they are just a bit random and uninteresting as there is no action or conflict. Some characters are funny for example Flip, he has some great one liners that as an adult I appreciated. Additionally Nemo can be fun and their random animal sidekick, but apart from that the rest of the characters are forgettable and have no real contribution to the story. Despite all this there is still a charm, I think it will take the reader back to their childhood and make them reminisce about their old school favourites.
This would be fun for a parent reading to a child or even a young adult reading it solo for fun. I did enjoy reading it but I highly doubt I would read it again, as I'm sure most adults would feel the same as me. It has innocent quirks and is likable but it is not memorable, fun but repetitive. Although the world of Slumberland is like nothing you have seen before.