Jennika #2 is a great read that has betrayal, moral decisions, and a Monopoly game that goes wrong. Another fun read in this limited series.
Poor Jennika. Not only is she still struggling to find who she is, but now she is still being led astray by the same crowd she used to hang out with. Silas commits the ultimate betrayal and breaks her fragile heart when she finds out that she was just a patsy so he can repay a debt with stolen money. The cure was just snake oil that is being planned to be shopped around… or is it? Ivan shows Jennika and Silas a video of a woman who has supposedly taken the cure and transforms back into her human form.
Ivan then tries to recruit Jennika into helping him sell this cure. Brahm Revel does a marvelous job in capturing her drive to not only find herself but find her place in the world. Now that Ivan has come back around, she finds herself in an all too familiar predicament. Wreckreation shows a lighter side of Jennika, more along the lines of the current TMNT run. The story opens up with Jennika, Mona, Alopex, and Sally in Alopex’s shelter, just hanging out and talking about wanting a world free of drama where we can all live amongst each other and be content. There’s a panel were Jennika asks the others what they do, and in true to form turtle humor the three answer according to heir personalities that we have been introduced to in the main title.
Alopex answers “weapons training”, Sally “reverse engineering alien tech” and of course Mona replies “fighting oppression and liberating food for the hungry”. All I could do was shake my head up and down with a huge smile and say to myself, “yep, this is why I love TMNT books” the humor is always unique and on point to the characters. The humor continues when they decide to have a ladies’ night and have a little fun. From making a mess in the kitchen cause they don’t know how to bake, or when Sally flips over the Monopoly board, Wreckreation is a great cousin to The Cure.
Brahm Revel and Ronda Pattison continue Jennika’s story with a rock-solid foundation. The way these stories work together is magnificent, they completely complement each other, I know that we are only two books into the series but this is beginning to look like a cannot miss series.
Jennika #2: Girls Just Want to Have Fun!
Writing - 9/10
Storyline - 9/10
Art - 8/10
Color - 9/10
Cover Art - 10/10
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