With only a few issues to go (Girls ends with #24), this book probably was never going to be geared towards attracting new readers at this late stage, but anyone who hasn't followed the title this far would definitely do well to check out the first couple of collected editions before trying to catch up with the monthly issues. I can't honestly say that the book feels like it's progressed since issue #10 or #11 when I last picked it up, but regular readers may feel otherwise, as they'll have a better handle on the web of relationships between the inhabitants of Pennystown than me. Girls is a reliable read, especially if you're into books that are geared towards horror and violence with an element of mystery thrown in, but many may feel that there just isn't enough substance to the book to keep them hooked. Read Full Review
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