Red String Volume Published by Strawberry Comics this volume contains chapters twenty seven through thirty three Treat yourself to the high quailty of a printed edition of your favorite series You also get some cool e

  • Title: Red String Volume 5
  • Author: Gina Biggs
  • ISBN: 9780615336015
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
  • Published by Strawberry Comics, this volume contains chapters twenty seven through thirty three Treat yourself to the high quailty of a printed edition of your favorite series You also get some cool extras including a foreword by Jennie Breeden of The Devil s Panties, character confession booths, inner monologue theater, notes, and eight bonus comic pages extending a scePublished by Strawberry Comics, this volume contains chapters twenty seven through thirty three Treat yourself to the high quailty of a printed edition of your favorite series You also get some cool extras including a foreword by Jennie Breeden of The Devil s Panties, character confession booths, inner monologue theater, notes, and eight bonus comic pages extending a scene from chapter thirty three BW, 224 pgs.

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    1. This webcomic series by Gina Biggs turns the romance genre on its head. The three main characters are young independent women who want to grow into adults, not simply marry. What is also nice is the same-sex relationship shown by one of the girls, Fuuko, where the relationship is healthy and has equal time with the other two opposite-sex relationships. Besides the leads, storylines include family, friends, and acquaintances who go through their own struggles and triumphs. Themes include family p [...]

    2. This, I think, is around the time when the story is reaching its apex, where the story-telling is spot-on, the characterization is on point, and the art is fantastic. But it goes downhill from here, honestly. The more this story goes along, the more and more it becomes clear that Biggs no longer invests as much care and interest into the story as a whole, to the point where the entire last volume will simply not be worth purchasing, due to the compression of the story to reach an arbitrary deadl [...]

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