A terrible force rises from the heart of the sea, intent on consuming Maika-and the monster inside her....
|Author||:||Marjorie M. Liu|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||28 pages|
Monstress #9 Reviews
The art is impeccable as always. However I found the first half of the issue confusing. The second half was better. Still worth reading but I really should be reading them in graphic Novel format.
Nooooo I need moooorrre.
The issues are definitely reading much more smoothly and much faster now that we're focused on one set of characters for most of the issue. I think the creators have hit a great pace and style and the possibility of reading this book for another 3 years sounds more like fun than like homework. There were some weak points in the first arc where I was worried.
I am really looking forward to the island (and that this will not be an empty plot device).
The factions move and everything seems to be around our protagonist. Everybody keeps their distance but exactly this tension makes for great storytelling.
Absorbing story and great art makes it another great issue.
Gosh, this entire comic is worth reading just to admire how entirely cute Kippa is.
I also like how, though Maika isn't necessarily likable as a person, I enjoy her as a character.
The story continues to be interesting and the art continues to be beautiful. The sky is blue, what else is new?
The art is gorgeous as always, but there wasn't much progress in terms of plot in this issue.
The story deepens and gets bloody, but the artwork is just as fantastic. Better than the previous installments.
Ok even though this series confuses me a lot because there is so much going on they introduce all these fab-ass characters like MERMAIDS and shit and I'm like !!!!!!!!!! and also Kippa!!!!! i love Kippa so much. Protect Kippa.
And it keeps the pace.
One of the things I like a lot about this series, apart from the strong female leads, is the fact that it presents you with a collision of differents worlds/characters and everythings just fits so seamlessly... it's amazing.