Junkwraith OGN
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Junkwraith OGN

Writer: Ellinor Richey Artist: Ellinor Richey Publisher: Top Shelf Productions Release Date: January 19, 2022 Cover Price: $24.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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What she once possessed... now threatens to possess her. Sweden's Ellinor Richey's debut graphic novel is an epic quest for the things left behind, with icy-cool artwork and astonishing sci-fi settings.

What happens when our most precious belongings... no longer belong? When something we loved suddenly becomes junk, a powerful energy is unleashed. One night, ice-skating prodigy Florence Sato is overwhelmed by pressure and throws away her skates. This fateful moment accidentally summons a "junkwraith," a terrifying ghost which seeks revenge for its abandonment by attacking the memories of its former owner. Before she forgets who she i more

  • 9.0
    COMICON - Scott Redmond Jan 6, 2022

    Junkwraith is a solidly beautiful cool and emotional story that peers deep into the realms of our connection to items as well as the angst that comes with searching for self and our place in this world. Ellinor Richey's debut graphic novel is fun for all ages and has a cool but also warm and epic energy that permeates through every page. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Big Comic Page - Adam Brown Jan 21, 2022

    Overall, I enjoyed Junkwraith but its not my usual cup of tea. I think it would be harsh to say that this feels a bit on the comic side of navel-gazing but there is a self-indulgent quality here. Theres a lot going on, and plenty of threads to tug at which some readers may find some frustration with. Whilst I say the story is easy to follow, Im not necessarily convinced everyone will find this an easy read. For all the adventure Flo encounters, and the questions raised along the way, Im not necessarily sold on the answers this TPB provides, or in some cases perhaps doesnt. Read Full Review

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