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REVIEW: MISS MEOW #1

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REVIEW: MISS MEOW #1

Book Description: A red carpet gala turns out to be a mercenary gathering! With people all watching each other, when a switch happens and the main character Miss Meow surprises everyone.

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3.3

Summary

Rating if the Book Were a Movie: R

Creative Team
Writer: Murphy, Aaron Sparrow
Illustrated: Victor Serra, Fernando Malek
Colors: Gaston Zubeldia, Ezequiel Dominguez
Letters: Joel Rodriguez
Cover: Jamie Tyndall, Murphy
Editor: Aaron Sparrow, Shawn Hudachko
Publisher: Merc Publishing

Ratings
Story: 3.5
Interior Artwork: 3.7
Cover Artwork: 3.6
Dialogue: 3.2
Mechanics: 3.0
Editing: 3.0

Reviewer’s Notes:
The cover of this book is something that is a little miss leading.  While the book is itself a comic, the cover looks like a magazine for a possible gentleman’s magazine.  If you read the subtitles on the front they all relate to something in the comic, and I think it’s a wonderful plot twist device to garner interest. But with the magazine look, there is also an age reference for the comic which I thought was a nice touch.

The Interior artwork is well done and looks polished, and while there are some things that are left to the imagination, there are some things that are not, which goes along with the 17+ rating that is listed on the front of the book itself.

The story starts off a little slow, as it starts off going directly into a mercenary gala red carpet event.  While they cover a little bit of backstory as the story continues forward, both the cover and the interior are done in such a fashion to hold the interest of the reader and add to the story itself, making you want more.

Overall the book itself is a good book and looks a little bit at the side of the world that doesn’t have good or bad, just mercenaries and what they stand for.  Which is always a fun take when it comes to people with powers, skills or otherwise.

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May the historical documents of the imagination always inspire! Thanks for reading!

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