The page construction is also frequently problematic. The book relies on a repetitive system of page layouts where the bottom half of the page regularly features two panels on the left and one on the right. But the layouts are never consistent as to whether the eye is supposed to move left/down/right or left/right/down. Similarly troublesome is the coloring technique. The color scheme shifts from scene to scene, but sometimes it shifts within scenes as well, creating the illusion that the location has changed. The generic script is bad enough, but basic visual flaws like these and others (including frequently absent question marks in the lettering) are the real bane of Head Smash. Read Full Review
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