Shadoweyes Volume 2: Shadoweyes in Love

Shadoweyes Volume Shadoweyes in Love In the futuristic dystopian city of Dranac moody teenager Scout Montana is an aspiring vigilante but her first attempt to beat up a mugger is halted when she s hit in the head with a brick and knoc

  • Title: Shadoweyes Volume 2: Shadoweyes in Love
  • Author: SophieCampbell
  • ISBN: 9781593622084
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Paperback
  • Shadoweyes Volume 2: Shadoweyes in Love

    In the futuristic, dystopian city of Dranac, moody teenager Scout Montana is an aspiring vigilante, but her first attempt to beat up a mugger is halted when she s hit in the head with a brick and knocked unconscious When she awakens, she discovers that she s able to transform into a strange, blue, clawed, superhuman creature In this new body she becomes the vigilante ShaIn the futuristic, dystopian city of Dranac, moody teenager Scout Montana is an aspiring vigilante, but her first attempt to beat up a mugger is halted when she s hit in the head with a brick and knocked unconscious When she awakens, she discovers that she s able to transform into a strange, blue, clawed, superhuman creature In this new body she becomes the vigilante Shadoweyes This is the second volume in Wet Moon creator Ross Campbell s refreshingly offbeat and authentic teen superhero story.

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    One thought on “Shadoweyes Volume 2: Shadoweyes in Love

    1. Jennifer

      Am I the only one who did not know about this comic yet? I came in part way through and am going back to the beginning. It is an amazing, futuristic dystopia comic with a vigilante-bi-sexual-teen-girl-alien who was once human. It features a largely blackcast including an intersex main character. These are teens living in some tough times seeing some bad shit without much clean water. It is not that far off from some of the projects these same teens would be living in now, except maybe not the wh [...]

    2. Mel

      Ross Campbell is one of my favourite writers and artists. He is absoultely lovely and actually manages to write about a "superhero" and I still love him. Shadoweyes is just beautifully drawn, futuristic scifi dystopia which is still very much filled with real people having problems and real conversations. This is the superhero comic where the superheros best friend tells her that being a vigilante isn't really going to solve the cities problems and they need to start some grassroots activism to [...]

    3. Angela

      Probably Ross best work to date! The characters are so wonderfully flawed and so easy to identify with. The part where Shadoweyes passed gas in front of her crush and cried about it particularly thrilled me, as I remember being a teenage girl too (though I wasn't a blue mutant) and how emotional that time can be in someone's life. Shadoweyes angst and and aggression about her situation in life, and her relationships with her friends are particularly poignant. Loved the part where she saved the a [...]

    4. Lauren

      Not nearly so good as the last one but still a decent enough read. The story just kinda waffles around moral questions, going in circles and never getting anywhere, instead of a) REALLY diving into the moral questions in depth or b) resolving them in some way. I also didn't care for the love triangle element or cliched friend betrayal semi-associated with it, but without going into spoilers I can't say much more. I'll definitely be picking up the next one still.

    5. Nnedi

      This is Ross' best graphic novel yet. All the characters really come into their own in this one and the art is gorgeous. The story is addictive and has a lot to say without beating you over the head with it. Finally a superhero with super powers who FEELS real and is TRULY conflicted. Easily the best graphic novel I've read this year.

    6. Jocelyn Lee

      Ahhhhh!!!!I finally got around to checking this out from the library after the site went down and the ending of this book. lkjsdfwe it's a cliff hanger. orz

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