Nice change of pace as the focus switches to Bernice. 👍🏽
I liked this volume. It feels like it‘s setting us up for bigger things. 🎃🎃🎃🎃
The focus on Bernice and the Skinless Boy in this volume was nice. There were some guest artists in this one that weren't exactly my fave. (3pts. 2 for theme, 1 for post)
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As in all classic Southern gothic stories, the history of Harrow County hovers like a dark cloud over its present-day inhabitants. While this book leaves a lot unanswered, it fills out some of the back story of the county and characters and ratchets up the suspense. Not the strongest book in the series, but definitely keeps the story going in interesting and creepy ways.
Volume 3 of Harrow County is a little more eclectic, expanding on the lives of some peripheral characters, seeding subplots and adding more depth to the setting. Normally, single-issue tangents annoy me in serialized storytelling, but I actually loved these additions, which are perfectly chosen to layer into the series' atmosphere as foreshadowing and subtext. 🖤
Cold, snowy day and a cold give me plenty of time to get through my backlog of comics. Harrow County, Monstress, Lumberjanes, 4 Kids Walk Into a Bank, Animosity, and Neighborhood Watch to check my micropress #readharder challenge.