[Book Review] Paper Girls, Volume 1

Paper Girls (Volume 1) / Brian K. Vaughan

Pre-dawn, November 1, 1988.  The hour of the paper boys.  Or in the case of this small town, the paper girls who have stood up and grabbed a place for themselves.  November 1st carries its risks, the tricksters and vandals still running amok from their Halloween revels, bringing the four paper carries together for strength in numbers.

Then things start getting strange as the girls are caught up in a time-traveling, inter-generational conflict from a surrealist future.

A brilliant and inventive, with gorgeous color, fast pacing, and a dash of Sci-Fi.

Advance Reader Copy courtesy of Image Comics in exchange for an honest review; changes may exist between galley and the final edition.


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