Written by Ann Nocenti and illustrated by a young Art Adams, Longshot follows the adventures of a dithering, indecisive character prone to talking to himself, long existential rants, aimless wandering, and Daddy issues revolving around the origins of his creation. He is also hand with sharp objects. And he has a mullet, which I bet Hamlet also sported.
Longshot, pursued by demons, escapes his world through an interdimensional portal, pulling his pursuers along with him. Arriving on Earth 616, he finds he has no memory of who he is and where he came from. The classic amnesiac hero. He quickly discovers that he has some sort of weird powers revolving around Luck. He adopts a puppy.
Throughout these 6 issues, Longshot makes new friends, gets a girlfriend, fights Spider-Man and She-Hulk (as one does), and does battle against the horrible hordes of the Mojoverse, including Spiral and the nefarious Mojo, himself. Along the way, he learns more about himself, the world he is from and the world he is in. Mistakes are made, but redemption is always right around the corner, and Longshot shares with us all the emotional impact of each moment in monologues. Lots of monologues. He also loses his puppy. Alas, poor Pup, we knew him.