The King Arthur Tale though very skewed does retain its very basic plotline. Kermit is Arthur, he's reluctant to take on the duties of Kingship but does do them with pride. His main enemy is Sam the Eagle who wants to live in a more Republic nation. The Quest for the Holy Grail is the ultimate challenge but when they arrive home he finds his nephew has joined sides with Sam. The humour in this book is most definitely aimed at adults rather than children. There's a joke about having a recount and somebody says oh, no. Don't tell Florida. There is page where the conversation in every balloon manages to incorporate the name of numerous British rock groups from the Beatles to Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin to New Order and Madness. And the humour continues in that vein. I thought this was pretty funny but by the end when they had a pun-off contest I was weary of it. Things I liked: the septagonal table, the repeated appearance of the mnah mnah song guy and Fozzie with his head shaved in a tonsure as Friar Tuck. OK, but I'd only recommend to die-hard Muppet fans.