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    Reviews - Emily the Strange - OGN HC

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Emily's fantasy - wingyee
The comic contained thirteen short stories and it is in hand-draw format. The creator draws the comic with fine strokes and the readers can see it clearly. The readers have the feeling of seeing someone’s hand draw pictures. There is really less conversation in the comic (nearly none). The comic is focus on the pictures and the movement of the characters. The main characters, Emily and five of her cats dominate the whole comic book. The main color of the comic is red and black that give the feeling of strange and the feeling match the characters perfectly. Therefore, the readers fall into the fantasy world of the comic.




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