Paper Girls #7

Writer: Brian K. Vaughan Artist: Cliff Chiang Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: July 6, 2016 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 6 User Reviews: 23
8.6Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

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Trapped in a dark future, Erin and her fellow deliverers from 1988 uncover shocking truths about their own fates.

  • 10
    All-Comic - Arron Ferguson Jul 6, 2016

    After six issues of only being really great, Paper Girls has finally inched its way toward Saga level greatness. Read Full Review

  • 9.4
    Black Nerd Problems - Jordan Calhoun Jul 8, 2016

    Cliff Chiang's artwork continues to impress by capturing so much emotion in this issue. Towards the end, a sequence of 3 panels will punch you in the heart and tell you all you need to know about how well this team works together. Bottom line, you should be checked into this one. We knew it before, and then we doubted, and now we're back on the bandwagon like hopeful Golden State fans. Can't wait to see what comes next. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    IGN - Levi Hunt Jul 7, 2016

    The purpose of Paper Girls is becoming clearer, and the series seems to be ramping back up. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Spartantown - Enrique Rea Jul 13, 2016

    'Paper Girls' seems to have turned a corner making its purpose clearer while providing more emotional character development. Vaughan is giving us more from his leading ladies, asking deeper existential questions while in this bizarre future world that happens to be our present day. It's getting better and beginning to meet our unfairly imposed expectations. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Bounding Into Comics - Peter Ngaou Jul 7, 2016

    Paper Girls #7 leaves us with some surprises and even more questions than we started with. As current characters are separated and new characters are introduced, the stakes continue to rise. The best stories leave you wanting more and Paper Girls does just that. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Tori B. Jul 7, 2016

    Though readers are left with more questions than answers much like every issue, it’s a mystery that captivates an audience and doesn’t leave them feeling exhausted yet, for it balances it out with a lot of genuine human emotion and plenty of 21st century allusions that adds a fun flair to the reading, not bog down the readers with the supernatural of it all. Read Full Review

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