In OMWOT, Ben Marra shows us what can happen when someone (well, someone of the male gender) who grows up in our violence and sex drenched culture and who fully embraces their inner child, really runs with it. In 112 blood-soaked pages, cheerfully colored soley in bold swaths of primary colors, Marra presents us with an irony-drenched reading of America today. It is, figuratively speaking, a Punisher x-over in an issue of G.I. Joe that is a twisted, coded translation of Where the Wild Things Are reimagined as a comic book adaptation of a porn film, created by a team made up of George Saunders (script), Spain Rodriguez (pencils), Paul Gulacy (inks), and edited by Raymond Pettibone. As Hannah Arendt made it her business to demonstrate the "banality of evil", Benjamin Marra has, by equating the struggle for a parking space at the shopping mall to a terrorist takeover of the USA, shown us the banality of sex and violence.