There wasn't many reviews so I decided to change that.
what can I say about this piece? It's extremely short, but worth the read. It's different stories about womanhood and obstacles in life.
The stories have very serious topics like unwanted pregnancies, self harming, eating disorders and the like.
Some of the stories take a bit more symbolistic route, but all of them are easily understandable. I noticed that I had to take a break after each story because the subjects were so heavy that I couldn't focus on the next story without thinking the previous one through. Thought provoking would be accurate word here. I don't know if some of these stories are supposed to be educational, I was a little worried about the eating disorder story, because it takes the whole "anorexic people see themselves fatter" and turns it around... I don't know if it's a good message for a person who is or has been anorexic, but I don't think the point of the story was to do that.
The art in this is different. Each artist has their own styles but they are all extremely nice to read in my opinion. Watercolors look very nice and it just happens to be my weak spot. The first story uses beautiful scenery and symbolism to make through a story about pregnancy.
I really can't say anything more. It's an art comic.
Characters... Well, we don't really get to know them that well since the stories are short, but for what they are, the characters are nice. I think they are supposed to be slightly blank so that people can find some resemblances and can relate to them.
this is not exactly a funny comic. I enjoyed the messages and the art, but I don't think that many people can find enjoyment in these comics so that's why I only gave it 7 on enjoyment.
Overall I think this is a nice comic about womanhood. There were some possible parts where men could relate to too, and I'm pretty sure that this comic provokes it's readers to think. It's a beautifull and simple, there is no reason why you should still ponder on whether or not you should read it. It doesn't take that much time out of your day, unless you stop and awe the art in it. read more