The target audience seems a bit young, but not so much that I would imagine older readers couldn't enjoy it. Refreshingly, the website for The Only Living Boy is incredibly easy to navigate, visually appealing, and provides detailed information on the creators. I would recommend The Only Living Boy to anyone who enjoys fantasy, no question, and in fact, I already have a few people in mind that I'm about to message. Read Full Review
The setup we've seen in pages 1-19 tease some concepts that I'm very interested in seeing play out, particularly the image at the top of this review from pages 14-15 with "The Dreaded Lord Baalikar" perched atop what looks like a building from New York City. This is definitely one of the top webcomics I've checked out in quite a while. I'm glad I've finally discovered this story and plan to follow along with it as it unfolds in the webcomic. Read Full Review
The Only Living Boy isn't so much a bad comic as a painfully adequate one. As the first chapter of what appears to be a much longer story, it could get better, but it's got a long way to go before I consider taking a look at the series again. Read Full Review
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