Courtney's rage in light of all of that cowardly behavior among the adults around her - people she's been told always know better than her - is completely understanding. Such anger in the face of hypocrisy is understandable for a young person, but what allows Courtney to stand apart is her refusal to stay quiet, calling the offenders out for what they are. We've seen Courtney's rebellious side and her perceptive nature before. What's more interesting is her interaction with her uncle in this story. In other Crumrin comics, she's had other authority figures against which she could revel or about which she could grumble. Now it's just her and Aloysius, and the kinship she feels for the old warlock comes into conflict with her natural obstinence. The new dynamic between the two Crumrins is intriguing, and I look forward to seeing how the relationship develops. Read Full Review
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