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With great graphics, interesting but somewhat confusing story, and lots of grrrrl power, Monstress packs a big punch The story is kind of similar to Amulet and the monsters and such reminded me of Saga Okay I m only going to put a few pictures because you can all scroll through the other reviewers and seepictures I don t like reviewing graphic novels because I never know exactly what to say This novel is about Maika Halfwolf and she has been trying to find her way for some time She lost her mother and friends to a war She lost one of her arms, but she has some kind of powers and she has a symbol on her chest that may or may not be the cause of thisThis novel is very dark but I Okay I m only going to put a few pictures because you can all scroll through the other reviewers and seepictures I don t like reviewing graphic novels because I never know exactly what to say This novel is about Maika Halfwolf and she has been trying to find her way for some time She lost her mother and friends to a war She lost one of her arms, but she has some kind of powers and she has a symbol on her chest that may or may not be the cause of thisThis novel is very dark but I still loved it I mean you have all these peo READ EBOOK ⚖ Monstress, Vol. 1 (Monstress, #1) ♃ Set In An Alternate Matriarchal 1900 S Asia, In A Richly Imagined World Of Art Deco Inflected Steam Punk, MONSTRESS Tells The Story Of A Teenage Girl Who Is Struggling To Survive The Trauma Of War, And Who Shares A Mysterious Psychic Link With A Monster Of Tremendous Power, A Connection That Will Transform Them Both And Make Them The Target Of Both Human And Otherworldly Powers Collects MONSTRESS 1 6 Readalong for the BooktubeSFF Awards which is being hosted by Adriana from Perpetual Pages, Chelsea from TheReadingOutlaw, Samantha from Novels and Nonsense, Connor from Connor O Brien, Elizabeth from Books and Pieces, Kaitlin from Kitty G, Sam from Thoughts on Tomes, Elena from Elena Reads Books, and Thomas from SFF180 I loved absolutely everything about this graphic novel To date, it is by far the best graphic novel I have ever read, and even surpasses my love for Saga I am completely blo Readalong for the BooktubeSFF Awards which is being hosted by Adriana from Perpetual Pages, Chelsea from TheReadingOutlaw, Samantha from Novels and Nonsense, Connor from Connor O Brien, Elizabeth from Books and Pieces, Kaitlin from Kitty G, Sam from Thoughts on Tomes, Elena from Elena Reads Books, and Thomas from SFF180 I loved absolutely everything about this graphic novel To date, it is by far the best graphic novel I have ever read, and even surpasses my love for Saga I am completely blown away, and will count down the days until Vol 2 releases June 6th, 2017.This story follows a seventeen year old girl named Maika, whose story starts out where she is being sold as a slave The reader will immediately notice that Maika has a very strange tattoo of an eye on her chest, and she is missing an arm Yet, it becomes very clear very early that Maika is much stronger than what she seems Maika is str Here s something awesome for you I m a TOTAL pushover for great art, great nasty story, and MONSTERS INSIDE US.I mean, I ve read the whole Naruto series twice and that whole story arc of the kid with the nine tailed demon fox living within him was all kinds of awesome So why do I love Monstress The demon living inside her, of course SOOOO COOL Really, though, the artwork is all kinds of amazing and the story kicks me in my bollock WINNER OF THE HUGO AWARDS 2017 for best Graphic Story Monstress, Vol 1 Awakening was weird, but dark and pretty good There s no hiding that the plot is convoluted at best, and if there was such thing as a CONFUSING ALERT , I would raise it instantly Indeed Monstress, Vol 1 Awakening doesn t burden itself with simple details like chronological order and basic knowledge before throwing you in the meat of the epic fantasy like action Keyword being HUH And then, there are these WINNER OF THE HUGO AWARDS 2017 for best Graphic Story Monstress, Vol 1 Awakening was weird, but dark and pretty good There s no hiding that the plot is convoluted at best, and if there was such thing as a CONFUSING ALERT , I would raise it instantly Indeed Monstress, Vol 1 Awakening doesn t burden itself with simple details like chronological order and basic knowledge before throwing you in the meat of the epic fantasy like action Keyword being HUH And then, there are these cat ish info dump pages at the end of every chapter issue Oh my GOSH MY EYES Too long, too tiny, too much However, despite the general confusion and slowness, in the end I m eager to know where the story will go e Beautiful art, a unique world with gods, humans, and something in between, fearsome magic, political intrigue to rival any epic fantasy, a plethora of formidable female characters oh and magical talking cats whatcould one possibl This is a graphic novel with elements of fantasy, feminism, violence, and diversity.The main character is a teenager named Maika searching for a past she doesn t remember On her path she finds people, some are friends, some are enemies and she doesn t know who to trust Maika is also struggling with a powerful and mysterious thing inside of her which threatens to take control The art is beautiful and very detailed, just look at the image below, it s one of my favorites in the book.In the sto This is a graphic novel with elements of fantasy, feminism, violence, and diversity.The main character is a teenager named Maika searching for a past she doesn t remember On her path she finds people, some are friends, some are enemies and she doesn t know who to trust Maika is also struggling with a powerful and mysterious thing inside of her which threatens to take cont If, prior to reading this, someone said to me,Wanna read a comic that s loosely classified as a Steampunk Fantasy Well, I would have politely and slowly backed away from them while turning the offer down in no uncertain terms Because no I mean, is Steampunk even still a thing I remember it was all the rage there for Gorgeous epic steampunk fantasy done in graphic novel form.I don t usually post reviews for graphic novels unless I found something special Monstress is definitely special Both manga and graphic novel are a form of storytelling materials that required pictures, they may be similar in this regard but they re actually very distinct fro