I’m so happy that I was able to read this second volume so close to the first. If you can, I highly recommend getting your hands on both and binge reading them!
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My Thoughts on Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again by Kate Leth, illustrated by Drew Rausch
Just like volume one, I enjoyed the simple and straightforward plot. The artwork remained the same with all of it’s lovely strangeness.
In this volume, I really enjoyed that we learned a bit more about Megan’s mom and why she is so bitter toward her mother, Kim Boggs. The use of flashbacks was a great touch, but I do wish they had just a little bit of context.
I found the tone in this one to be much more creepy, which I really enjoyed! However, most of it was still upbeat and fun.
My Final Thoughts on Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again
I would definitely recommend giving this one a read after you check out Volume 1.
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