Superosity is a comic in which an attempt to win a fiance's brother's affection can lead to a mouse-on-miniaturised-Martian war of genocide with stuff like flying buildings and live performance space movies happening in between. This is a good choice for a fresh example to use in case anybody asks you to remind them what makes Superosity so great.
We also now have particular mice established as regular characters. Once upon a time they would be anonymous beings. Giz would interact with these enigmatic beings as though he were Garfield and Mask would interact with them as though he were Tom of Tom and Jerry fame. Now we have Curtis and that other guy have making a return for a second story, after their debut in Mask's guts, and it may be that the Superosity animal kingdom is all the richer for their presence.
It should be noted that the representation of mice as being smitten with cheese is a stereotype, however. Mice like lots of other foods too, and often seem to actually love grain more than they love cheese. We will have to consider the representation of mouse dietary habits in Superosity to be a parody of mouse racism, as it is impossible to accept the possibility that Superosity could be guilty of a hate crime.