Geek-girl #0

Geek-girl #0

Writer: Sam Johnson Artist: Sally Thompson Publisher: Actuality Press Critic Reviews: 1
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    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Sep 26, 2012

    Sally Thompson's artwork boasts an initial appeal. At first, there's a softness to the title character's features, and Thompson's style at first reminded me of Takeshi Miyazawa's cute, Amerimanga artwork. But as the story progressed, the quality of the linework seemed to deteriorate. By the end of the book, it looks as though the art was inked using a finger rather than a fine brush or nib. The design for the heroine's costume is gratuitous in nature, but it's obvious Johnson's property is about exploring (or poking fun at) a bookish kind of sexuality that's popular in geek culture. Geek-Girl strikes me as an amateur effort that would benefit from some editing guidance and more artistic experience. Read Full Review

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