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Coming Up Violet Written by Brian Daniel, drawn by Misty Caldwell, kid tested and mother approved

You want a description? Read the comic and write it yourself. What am I, your mom?
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John Mann's Review of Coming Up Violet
Coming Up Violet has many of the things I look for in a comic. Humor, relationship based stories and... talking squirrels. That last part is important.

I really enjoyed reading the sister comic to this one - Fur Will Fly. This comic has all the same things going for it. The star of the comic is Violet who has grown into a teenager from her FWF days and is in high school now dealing with all the maddness that brings. What is surprising is that in FWF, the plots revolved around very strange sci-fi and fantasy occurances. Violet does not need this in her life as just one date can cause more stress and random occurances than her neighbor turning into a werewol (this happened).

Art - Violet has decent art with a good variety of species used in the cast and the background characters. Good color too.

Plot - This comic does not have a long, complicated plot that unlolds over hundreds of issues. That's a good thing. The plots are light and refreshing, designed to keep you interested and does not force you to read all the back issues though you will likely want to anyway... cause its funny.

Level - Violet is not an adult comic in that it has no nudity or extreme violence but the subject of sex does come up a lot in conversation. Only natural as making a comic that is set in the character's high school and the subject of sex not coming up should be impossible. 

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