I can never find this guy.
The popular children's picture-search books that were glared over in quiet libraries by frustrated 8-year-olds can now be used to help save your life. Where's Wilmo? revives its status in a dark and threatening world, where finding things can mean the difference between life or death, and studying it for amusement is no more.
- The name is a parody of "Where's Wally/Waldo?", a picture-search children's book which was first published in 1987 by British illustrator Martin Handford.