The covers on She Wolf are usually very simplistic, and Tomasso uses large blocked areas of red with contrasting white or black for each issue. When an artist goes simple with a piece, more times than not it comes out looking half-finished, but nothing is incomplete with Tomasso. Everything is exactly in its right place, and it's a treat for the reader every time. For those who enjoy the weird and wonderful, She Wolf is definitely a must for any collector and for those just wishing to find something fun and strange to pick their brains with. Read Full Review
While I did like this issue better than the last, I can't imagine how lost someone who hadn't been reading since the beginning would be if they picked this up. I don't even think I can really recommend this on the merit of the art alone. So, if you've been reading, this is probably one of the better issues and worth grabbing yourself. I think this is going to be my last review for this series. I'll probably keep reading, but unless something super crazy happens that recontextualizes everything, I really don't know what else I can say about this book that I haven't already. Read Full Review
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