DAYTRIPPER #6 (OF 10)
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Size: 32 pages
This book reminds me of how wide the scope of story possibilities a comic book can tell.
Only limited by the twins’ imagination, the surprise of the book on issue 1 became the trend by issue 2. With that aside, I believe that this book (unlike many other books) concentrate on what is in the middle, and not the end.
Bras is a very relatable character, that is certain, but the way Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon shapes him up every month is how they can make more people relate to Bras.
Never have I read a comic book that justifies extra character jabber within the next few pages.
The book is Poetic Irony in graphic form. It uses Death to show the beauty of life and everything in it, like work, friendship and love.
Yes, the art is no Jim Lee nor David Finch, but the art stylings of the twins is perfectly enough to service the tone of each story and the book as a whole. It emphasizes the story in a very, very subtle way, thus, not overpowering but is very inviting.
I was so excited for this I accidentally rated it 4.
But I digress.
On that note, I give this:
Art: 5 - Excellent