Tomboy #7

Tomboy #7

Writer: Mia Goodwin Artist: Mia Goodwin Publisher: Action Lab Comics Release Date: August 31, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
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Trouble begins brewing for the untouchable Irene Trent when a fire at her pharmaceutical warehouse reveals several dead bodies and tragic clues regarding the fate of the D.A's missing daughter. Meanwhile, Addison returns home and must face the consequences of her actions.

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Aug 31, 2016

    Comics should be this good and no I do not actually want Goodwin and Wong to "stop it." If anything I want them to never stop because I have adored this book so much. As a reader, as a reviewer and as someone that just enjoys the hell out of a great story. Tomboy and others of its ilk are the reason I will never give up on comic books because, outside of novels, you will never get this pure storytelling. At the end of the day, that is why I read comics, for the stories. To see what someone else created and to enjoy it, to love it, to wish I had done it first, but knowing it had to come from someone else to enjoy it. It is inspiring; it is the reason we all read comics. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Spartantown - Enrique Rea Sep 3, 2016

    Following a powerful issue with another strong issue is no easy task unless you're Mia Goodwin and Michelle Wong. They followed with the perfect epilogue to the devasting last issue. The beats within this chapter were perfect, no victory lap for Addison, some revelations to existing characters and new storylines to sink your teeth into. Gail Simone, Ed Brubaker, Brian Azzarello, and Kelly Sue DeConinck are some of the best writers in comics. Goodwin is slowly making her case that she belongs among them. 'Tomboy' is dark and addictive. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Marvelrock Oct 4, 2016

    The art is very good as usual. This issue doesn't do much to further the existing storyline(s), but there is some very good character development and some increasingly bizarre supernatural developments. While this issue didn't progress the primary storyline as much as I was expecting/hoping, it added a richer depth to the series. This series is turning out to be more complex than it first indicated.

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