With the second issue of the series, I have to admit that it's nudging me closer to actually checking out the books themselves at some point. We get a few more nuggets about what life as a Fledgling is like, such as they get to choose their own names, and these bits go a long way towards explaining some of the more unusual aspects of the series. I also really like that while Zoey is the lead, she doesn't dominate the story even if she is a driving personality with her approach to problem solving. The flashback story itself is good, though it's not quite up to what the first issue was like both in story and visuals. It's good, but it lacks the visual quality the first one had with its setting and the dark beauty of it all. This one is a bit more vulgar and base, but it's an important part of the lessons that the kids are supposed to be learning. Read Full Review
If you missed the first issue I have to ask why, because itwas only a dollar? If you can still find it then pick it up, but otherwise DarkHorse is officially "day and date" digital today so you'll be able to get thefirst and second issue on their app store (which is very improved). If you like print like me then pickit up as well, the story is progressing at a slow rate and the subtle recapwithin the narration will get you up to speed on everything from the firstissue issue. Read Full Review
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