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Skin Deep By Kory Bing


... Read It Now
This ongoing graphic novel presents a unique blend of familiar myth and modern settings as the stage for very 'real' characters that you can identify with. Wonderful art and great stories.

This ongoing graphic novel presents a unique blend of familiar myth and modern settings as the stage for very 'real' characters that you can identify with. 

I stumbled onto Skin Deep several months ago, and once I read a few pages I was hooked.  It took a while to go through all of her back panels, but it was well worth the time.  What is funny is that I don't even like one of her main characters - but it's because she comes across as a real person to me who would be annoying in real life.  (You have to figure out who I am talking about on your own.)

Kory manages to make each of her characters a complete person - they have histories, personalities, quirks, and both good and bad points.  Her art style is clean and colorful, and very distinctive.  I highly recommend her sketch book - lots of neat drawings for cheap.

In any case, if you aren't reading Skin Deep regularly, you are missing out on some great storytelling.

... read it now!
Review Posted by: Bob Stein


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