Owlgirls #1 Review
Really lovely sketchy art that brings fantastical character designs into a real world.
The plot is slow and all characters are underdeveloped.
Three sisters (Magda, Martha and Maggie), present a threat to their fellow New York City residents with their strange heads in this Kickstarted project from Red Anvil Comics. Readers should come innoculated for: avian flu.
THIS WAS AN ISSUE ABOUT NOTHING
DARK SKETCHY GOODNESS!
BOTTOM LINE: FLIP THROUGH IT AT THE RACK.
Part of me can’t believe this book was Kickstarted. I wish Sodaro had stuck to a more traditional first issue character development model so I could have familiarized myself with the characters and the seeds of attachment would have been planted. Aragno and Ryan’s sketchy style appeals to all my 16-year-old sensibilities and Owlgirls #1 is worth peeking at simply for the images.