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From 8 member  reviews
Members say: Clever, Funny, Quirky, Delightful, Fun

About the show

Part of the New York Musical Festival: The Comic World is in a state of chaos. Joe, the artist who draws the politically savvy 'ULTIMATE MAN!,' has lost control of his characters...and himself! More…

In a desperate attempt to save his beloved Cathy Cookie, Ultimate Man confronts his cartoonist, Joe, in the Real World with villain Rex Ringer in hot pursuit. Buffy, Joe’s publisher, has her own twisted agenda that forces him to choose between creating edgy art or embracing mass appeal in a corporate world. For Joe, worlds collide in this comic adventure.

Member Reviews (8)


Clever, Funny, Quirky, Delightful, Fun

Undeveloped lazy storytelling w/ emphasis on political sloganeering

See it if you feel a couple of lively late 2nd act songs and a game cast outweigh a boring, undeveloped establishing script.

Don't see it if unless you must reward the inclusion of humorless political one liners (i.e., Hillary will give us single payer health care)

July 21st, 2016
"The book which tries to be funny is not. The show, which tries to be part spoof, part politically ironic and part musically entertaining, fails on all accounts. To make matters worse, the music is a bore and tuneless...The plot is not even smart enough for five-year-olds if they got the politica...
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July 25th, 2016
“What appeared on stage was a dated musical with weak material, and 28 songs and reprises with only a handful being salvageable...It's a musical that seems to be lost in nostalgia...It's like watching the old guy at the party trying to be young and hip...But when something works, it really really...
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