As I've discussed in the past, I'm a fan of Ste and John Pickford's 1993 Super NES action platformer title Plok. I've hoped for years that the character would return in a sequel or high definition remake of that original 16-bit game, and while the Pickford brothers are interested in bringing him back in a video game, it hasn't happened yet. I like to believe that a revival is in the cards though, and the recently released print and ebook volume of new, original Plok comics is a step in the right direction of reviving the franchise. Consisting of the first twenty-six strips of the Plok comic published at Zee-3.com, Volume 1 follows Plok as he awakens from a very long sleep and discovers that the video game world has passed him by. There's no sequel waiting for him after his nap and his amazing exploding limb powers aren't exactly needed anymore. Instead he must learn how the gaming world has changed and prime himself for new adventures alongside other of the Pickfords' gaming creations such as Plok's former nemesis Rockyfella and his new sidekick Wubba Ducky from Wetrix. As he quickly learns, Plok has a lot of catching up to do.