The Fez is, unsurprisingly, a lot of fun. The longest story in the issue has the Fez helping exorcize the queen of England. It comes in the middle of the comic, after Langridge has done some smaller stories establishing the Fez as something of a buffoon. There's a great Twitter-related joke to show just how out of it the Fez can get; he's an invisible man, so who knows what kind of stresses he's under.
But the Queen story moves fast and unexpectedly–The Fez is a very British comic, one of the most British things I've read from Langridge–and he doesn't slow down for the reader. The jokes get their own space, but Langridge doesn't make any extra.
The final story has the Fez versus a bunch of his foes, in something of a Spirit homage. It works out too.
It's just a solid little book from Langridge. Very pleasing.
Writer, artist and letterer, Roger Langridge; publisher, Hotel Fred Press.