I like to write action and adventure novels! I also enjoy writing comedy too, but I make the comedy more slapstick with goofs and gaffs.
I don't make dark action, but I have a mix of both dark action and fantasy themes when they are needed. As for adventure, I like to take inspiration and aim from both adventure novels, Donald Duck comics, and classic cartoons. There's long-winded travels, wacky gadgets, heroes, villains, and slapstick characters that can go anywhere and do anything that makes each adventure different in each novel. It would be easy to make them both dark action or set to contemporary themes, but I wanted to take the effort to not do that and instead tell stories that I enjoyed with character personalities, themes, and lessons that I feel are more fitting to the worlds I make instead of taking derivatives/inspiration of shows or novels (reading or graphic) that follow more modern themes found in stories now.
As for comedy, I save it more for when I make comics or comic strips, I do have one comedy series and even though its a spin-off of my action series, its just as fun to write because its a balanced break from all the action and adventure. It does have continuity, but it has enough to be its own separate thing without having to tie to my action series. I only do it because the setting in the spin-off comedy series takes place in the same town as the action series.
Overall, its a lot of fun of making all these novel genres all because I get to make a story based on what I like instead of making a statement.