Under Pugh's tender love and care, Alice's pale skin emits an exotic chalky glow unless warmed by the gold of sunlight or the amber of sirens. Her fur fringed jacket and hair look soft and touchable. Her leather seems to creak as she ducks, hits and runs and drives her motorcycle. Her bright red pvc like outfit shines and looks slick. Her eyes rivet your attention. It's difficult to put into words how gorgeous this book is and how real the characters feel. I urge you to buy at least the first issue. You'll be kicking yourself if you don't. This is not homogenous artwork following a robotic house style. This is the kind of illustration that should be adorning the walls of a gallery. Read Full Review
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