Aaron Warner scored a surprise hit with his syndicated strip “The Adventures of Aaron,” which runs in Sunday papers from coast to coast. This four-issue series reprints the early Aaron strips for those unlucky enough to have missed them in their original run.A big part of Warner’s secret is his use of comic book techniques in the relatively staid world of Sunday comic strips. Warner uses dynamic, even bizarre, panel layouts, a detailed art style, and lush, computerized coloring to make a comic that jumps off the page when compared to more conventional strips. The title character is an affable teenage loser with a wacky family and an obsession with the local Binko’s copy center girl. In addition to chronicling Aaron’s misadventures, Warner rounds out the strip with a goofy collection of games and puzzles. The only complaint is that this black-and-white series omits the eye-catching coloring of the original strips.