At the same time, based on a few things that Sam talks about you get a sense that there's something just a little bit off with her. I don't want to get into any spoilers, but Moore does a great job of hinting that Sam may have some issues based on a troubled past. It's definitely subtle, but it's enough to make me question some of what she encounters and sees in this first issue. Moore's art is looser than what we've seen from him in the past, but definitely fits the subject matter. His shadows are scratchier and in a few panels are much more cartoony than what I am used to from his work in the past. But it's a style that matches the tone and character of this series. Overall, Motor Girl is a fun, happy and lighthearted book that you should be reading, especially if you want to smile! I can't wait to read more. Read Full Review
Comics: The Gathering - Tori B.
Nov 2, 2016
The idea that a girl like Sam and her gorilla pal can set up shop as a repair station for passing extra terrestrials is certainly unique, and it’ll be exciting to see what adventures are in store for them. Read Full Review
No two Terry Moore comics feel remotely alike. Moore is following up the dark horror drama Rachel Rising with this much more lighthearted project, one that's equal parts comedy and science fiction. It allows Moore to showcase his sillier side without ignoring the character drama that makes his work so engrossing in the first place. Read Full Review
A very strong start to a series very different than anything Moore has done before. Read Full Review
Terry Moore is a very talented writer, artist, and creator. This series is no exception to his creative and imaginative mind. For sci-fi/fantasy readers, this series is definitely for you! Read Full Review