I'm a well read grad student who's bluntly honest about all things, although I try to be most honest about myself.
Some of the concepts are quite clever, but I find the execution to be lacking here. It's not written in a clever enough way to keep me interested, at least not enough to buy further issues.
The Entertainment Division of the government covers movies: realistic threats - Taxi Driver, and how it inspired the attempted assassination attempt of Regan - and more fantastical elements like Star Wars and zombies and vampires.
It was disbanded, but two of the former agents - one still working for the government, and one a typical science fiction/comic book geek - are called back into service when a zombie infection breaks out in the US.
Like I said, it wasn't that clever, especially since the concept had legs. Long legs. Even the giant robot reference couldn't save comic-geek from his unflattering portrait: unstable, a child in adult's clothing, and even with the heaviness and even a flippant comment about him not leaving his house. Ugh.
Thanks, author. Thanks for putting down your target audience. Yeah, not a huge fan.