It's entertaining and beautifully illustrated.
I suppose this is partially due to the constraint of the genre in terms of length, one of the reasons I tend to not be a fan of the form in general.
I read it in one sitting, and can't wait to read what I'm sure will be more wonderful works by this author.
The protagonist is Super Awesome and winds up Even More Super Awesome; the villain is conflicted and handed the Villain Ball without much development at all; and the supporting... Read morePublished 6 months ago by N.D. Anthony
I really liked the artwork and some of the concepts. But the story itself was quite simplistic and there was very little depth to the characters.Published 7 months ago by Drew Samson
This had really great illustrations that made me want to keep reading it. I could almost feel like I was going into a dream while looking through this.Published 8 months ago by Jose Cervantes
This graphic novel about a rogue reporter and a flying city is an utter delight, well-written with plenty of humor and action, distinctively penned in black and white so that the... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Christina Paige
Ash is a strong protagonist, who publishes her own newspaper to fight against inequality in the city in the air. Read morePublished on October 17, 2012 by Dennis McMullen