Flavor Girls #2
Sara is going out of this world as the newest member of the FLAVOR GIRLS!
At an extraplanar location called “The Temple,” Sara and her fellow Flavor Girls hone their unique powers with Master Himiko as an encroaching threat looms ever-closer…
Flavor Girls #2 is the training montage you did not know you needed. Fun, light-hearted, with moments of joy and wonder.
I personally preferred #2 to #1, and found the pace to the storyline to be easier to follow. It felt easier to get to know that characters, and what motivates them, making it easier to fall in love with them. I could see lot of myself in Sara, wanting to fit in, wanting to live up to others expectations, and wanting to be liked and appreciated. But most of all, wanted to do good, and make the world a better place.
The world Loïc Locatelli-Kournwsky has created is quite beautiful, and it is hard not to find comfort in the artwork. The collaboration with Eros De Santiago is clearly a winner, and together they have created something which is a feast for the eyes. It is fun and colourful, but in no way is it overwhelming. There are some quite moving and powerful scenes, where the pages lose some of saturation, allowing for the emotions of those moments to really sink in.
I haven’t watched Sailor Moon (it is on my list, I will get there eventually) but I have watched other shows which fall into a similar genre; Winx club, Mew Mew Power and I do think that Flavor Girls stands on its own two feet among those stories. With life constantly being so stressful and overwhelming, with studies, exams, work, etc. Flavor Girls injects a bit on colour and fun into your life, and I am looking forward to seeing where it takes me next!
Flavor Girls #2 is one filled with fun, colour, excitement, with promises of action and adventures in the coming issue.
FLAVOR GIRLS #2 Run Sara, Run
- Writing - 8/108/10
- Storyline - 8/108/10
- Art - 8/108/10
- Color - 9/109/10
- Cover Art - 9/109/10
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