My Dead Girlfriend #1
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My Dead Girlfriend #1

Writer: Eric Wight Artist: Eric Wight Publisher: TokyoPop Critic Reviews: 1
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    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Mar 1, 2007

    I've been in a great relationship for more than three years now, and I know she is It. I'm done looking, this is the real thing. And the reason I know is that we have fun together. Laughing together is really the best part. She's become my best friend, and that's a special and wonderful feeling. Wight taps into that feeling perfectly here with the real meat of the story. Finney and Jenny's instant connection, formed over the course of a carefree day at an amusement park, is thoroughly convincing. The characters reveal his and her true self to the other. A lot of people might not buy into the notion of love at first sight or knowing so quickly. But Wight conveys the depth and power of this friendship incredibly well, and that makes the notion of such a rapid romance more readily acceptable. Read Full Review

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