When Jessica is mistaken for the vigilante taking out the Ambidrex 20, Addison disobeys her grandfather's order to save her friend. The event leads Addison down a dark path from which she may not recover, however, as her attempt at heroism leads to a monstrous conclusion instead....
|Title||:||Tomboy Vol. 2: Absence of Good|
|Number of Pages||:||128 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Tomboy Vol. 2: Absence of Good Reviews
I received a free copy of this book from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest reviewThis should be a pretty solid book but there is something about it that just isn't really clicking for me. Genre-mashing is great when it is done well but there's something that is stopping me from completely connecting the crime-drama and magical-realism aspects of this series and it's making the whole thing seem very choppy to me. Also there have been literally no answers to any of the magical stuff and more and more weird things keep popping up so I'm getting a little bit frustrated with that aspect. It has a lot of potential but has been kind of disappointing so far.
I wish the covers for this weren't so goofy-looking, because I probably would have picked it up WAY earlier. I got lucky when I stumbled into the first volume and had high hopes for this one, which were well met. It's an interesting story of conspiracy, vigilante justice, family legacy, and one deeply troubled teen (who is that way through no fault of her own).
For some reason, I had a hard time liking any of the characters :(
This is the best comic series I've ever read. So demented and well written, I can't stop reading!
I liked it but at the same time it felt disjointed at times. I loved the art and the story was unique enough to keep me interested.
I found this one to have more action, and telling the story more. I can't wait to see who is going to get killed next, and if Addison is going to be caught.
If you are looking for some violent, creepy and exciting graphic novels, I definitely recommend Tomboy Vol. 1: Divine Intervention and Tomboy Vol. 2: Absence of Good by Mia Goodwin. Divine Intervention begins with Addison, whose best friend is killed leading her down a path of vigilante justice murder, cover-ups, and family secrets. There's also a bit of a supernatural twist to the story. The plot is really engaging and the art is well done. I really don't feel like the covers--especially Volume 1--are representative of the books, but I though the art inside was great. In Absence of Good the action picks up even more, and I am definitely hoping my library gets Volume 3 so I can pick it up soon!