Strong Female Protagonist has a -you guessed it – strong female protagonist. Alison is awesome, guys. She’s a 20 year old ex-superhero who wants to save the world, but in a different way.
I had never before read a comic book. And now thanks to this book, that’s all I want to read.
My main fear with the comic was that it would take away my ability to imagine the world and give me things that I really didn’t want to see. However I really had nothing to fear here. I loved the drawings in this story; they are really amazing at conveying everything; every single emotion the characters were feeling. I always understood what the they were trying to say, and I loved seeing the way that even their facial expressions had loads to say!
This comic had some really strong characters other than Alison. I loved reading all about Feral (and I hope to see more from her!), but what I loved especially was that Alison’s parents were so important in the book! They were just as strong; just as useful as Alison herself, and they weren’t even superheroes!
I think this was a very compelling and entertaining read, it’s not light and fluffy by any means. It carries huge substance, and shows us that the world isn’t just black and white. I really recommend this book for comic book fans, or anyone hesitant to read comics! You won’t be disappointed! I keep hoping that the authors announce that book two will be out soon. *fingers crossed*