But, trouble is bubbling up under the surface. A seriously disturbed pair of female twins and talk of werewolves. What all of these have to do with each other I’m not sure, but I have to say I like it.
Reading Issue #2 of Alabastar is like returning to a friend that you haven’t spoken to in a long time, but you know them, like the conversation just picked up from where it was left. There’s a natural rhythm to the writing and paneling that invites you into Maisie’s life. Carlos Badilla’s colors are warm which is a nice juxtaposition to some of the darker elements creeping into the book. All in all, it’s strong and worth picking up, if you want a tale that feels light but shows great depth. Where one can start to see between the cracks in its surface – and it doesn’t even feel like it’s working for it. Casual charm. Natural, fluid movements forward.