Read: 16 May, 2017
I’d love to start this review with a plot summary, but I’m still trying to figure it out for myself.
The story isn’t making much more sense, but the weirdness is starting to become familiar.
As are the characters. I had a little trouble in the first volume because everything was happening so fast that I never got a real grasp on the characters. But they’re starting to differentiate for me, and I’m getting a better sense of who they are.
The artwork is great, and the story is certainly compelling (if rather confusing).
But now I have the same problem I had with Saga – I have to wait several months before the next instalment comes out.
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