Michelle Wong's artwork is more than capable, and as I noted earlier, the design for the title character's empowered form is sharp. However, there's a cartoony look throughout the book - mainly in the character's faces - that runs contrary to the harsh and intense nature of the plot. I was surprised there wasn't an inkier look at play here, given the downtrodden, serious and stark elements that are front and centre throughout the story. It's clear the creators have some real storytelling chops, though, but some editorial guidance to ensure the inclusion of more exposition would be wise - or at least the crafting of some "previously in Tomboy" text. Read Full Review
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