Posted by Paul Simei-Barton - NZ Herald - 2 May 2012
"Sharply seasoned with a touch of Pythonesque absurdity."
Posted by Tumeke! - 2 May 2012
4.5 Stars. This is a very funny night out and well worth a punt.
Posted by Stuff.co.nz - 2 May 2012
But [the] banter was not the main part of their gig, it was the songs and they were great. The songs covered a range of topics like golf, rugby, homophobic penguins and Christians in love (who apparently rub each other like they are trying to get a stain off the carpet). Each one got the audience laughing.
Posted by Theatre review - John Smythe - 2 May 2012
Just as we like our homegrown musical 'heroes' to be comically inept, so we enjoy wittily expository dialogue and lyrics, generic musical styles and piss-take choreography.
Posted by theatresecnes.co.nz - Sharu Delilkan - 2 May 2012
Bombs Away! takes the audience on a madcap ride around the country, the lives of our anti-heroes’ and the weird and wonderful stuff in their heads.
Posted by Dylan Moran, TV3.co.nz - 1 May 2012
Posted by Paul Simei-Barton - NZ Herald - 1 May 2012
"Amos has the easy-going confidence of a stand-up veteran who is at the top of his game..."
Posted by Courtney Peters, gatherandhunt.co.nz - 1 May 2012
I think that’s why I laughed so much. I’d be heading down one path toward a perceived punch line, and then I’d discover that it was actually hiding down a completely different, unexpected path, ready to leap out at me at the perfect moment. The awesomeness of this comedy sketch show had a lot to do with the element of surprise.
Posted by Chris Whitworth, TV3.co.nz - 1 May 2012
FanFiction Comedy takes this sub-genre and again twists it, not only parodying the people who write fan fiction, but also the shows written about.
Posted by India Lopez, stuff.co.nz - 1 May 2012
You can't beat Kiwi hospitality. No sooner had Janey Godley touched down in Auckland than a local hoodlum tried to snatch her handbag. It was a fair mistake on his part - the diminutive Scottish comic looks every bit the harmless, mumsy type - but he had another thing coming.