The comic comes with an interview this time around of both Sam Sykes and Selina Espiritu. It is so nice to find out more about the characters, Monster City and the creation that goes into the story. I just want more! I cannot wait until the next volume! Read Full Review
Sam Sykes and Selina Espiritu are doing some pretty amazing stuff with Brave Chef Brianna. Story-wise the character development and dialogue are spot-on and I love how honestly Brianna's overwhelming anxiety is being portrayed on the page. And the artwork really brings this amazing world and these characters to life. If you're not reading it yet, you should be! Read Full Review
With this being a mini-series, this is the point of deciding if you're going to get off or keep going. It's not a terrible series by any means, but it's weaknesses are glaring, while its strengths continue to be a bit hidden. If you weren't enjoying the series, to begin with, you'd likely continue to feel the same about this issue, but vice versa if you were enjoying it. The next issue needs to deliver something either to the main plot or the subplot because there are not enough issues to make everyone friends in the end. Read Full Review
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