Miru and his new allies begin their quest to uncover the secret of the dragon's arrival. Hunted by Dr. Monopoly's hired guns, the trio discover an even greater threat in the shadows of the Wraith Wood.
The Adventures of Miru # 2 brings it's A game as it does a good job world building, developing characters and moving the main story in a very natural, yet exciting way. Laprade captures tension well as our heroes made their way through Wraith Wood while also showing us more about Miru, 9teen and Scribbles. The 4th member of our party, following RPG logic, comes in at the perfect time yet still felt like a genuine surprise. McClary, despite some faces looking a bit too pushed together in a few panels, does a stellar job over all. There's rich detail in every panel and McClary keeps every panel looking different and dynamic. Rosa's colors only makes those panels jump out more with her wonderous color. A solid issue all around. Read Full Review
Overall I would say that if you enjoy fantasy books with a little bit of everything thrown in topped with pretty decent art, give The Adventures of Miru a try. Don't expect anything too groundbreaking, and especially don't expect this dragon to look like any dragon you're imagining right now. Do, however, expect a fun adventure tale with an unusual cast of characters. Read Full Review
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