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Moonstruck Volume 2: Some Enchanted Evening (edició 2019)

de Grace Ellis (Autor), Shae Beagle (Artist), Kat Fajardo (Artist)

Sèrie: Moonstruck [Comic] (Trade Vol. 2)

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Werewolf barista Julie and her magical palstry to unwind at a party, but a conniving fraternity of fairy bros has otherplans for our heroes. With one of their friends trapped in the frat house andthe winter solst
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Títol:Moonstruck Volume 2: Some Enchanted Evening
Autors:Grace Ellis (Autor)
Altres autors:Shae Beagle (Artist), Kat Fajardo (Artist)
Informació:Image Comics (2019), 136 pages
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Considering how much I enjoyed the first book in this comic series, I found this one a bit underwhelming. The premise this time around is based on the classic trope of two warring factions of faerie, which the authors relocate to the more appropriate setting for their universe as two warring (faerie) frat houses. If this story was just about the conflict I think that the story would have been very strong, but it got muddled and overcomplicated by continuing to set the story around the already established protagonists who have much less to do with this conflict. I guess the point of the story is that through their muddling into the middle of a faerie-frat conflict they develop as individuals and learn to trust their relationships more, which is valid, but I would have been way more entertained by a story about the faeries from their point of view! ( )
  JaimieRiella | Feb 25, 2021 |
This art is SO unreal, it just keeps getting better ( )
  Chyvalrys | Aug 5, 2020 |
Cute and fun series continues to be cute and fun. 🙂

Okay, fine. While I wasn’t quite as charmed by this as the last one, that’s almost certainly down to already knowing the world and the characters and nothing else because everything I liked in the first volume is also in this one. Off-kilter fantasy college campus? Diverse cast? Supportive friends getting each other through low-stakes conflicts? Adorable couples? Lovely art? (Chet continues to be my favourite character.)

Plus I feel like the villains were better written, that the book-in-the-book was woven in a little better as well, and that Ellis balanced more subplots than the last book and did it well. Even the advice columns work a little better! I enjoyed the jokes and references too, and the running gags, and there’s one punchline/reveal that … nice.

If I say any more, I’m going to veer into plot points and spoil something, so I’m going to leave things there. A good read, definitely. Over neither too fast nor too slow. Just the right amount of zaniness and fluff for my taste. Now to wait for the next volume…

To bear in mind: Contains those sorts of frat bros and sorority girls. And drinking.

7/10 ( )
1 vota NinjaMuse | Jul 26, 2020 |
can the next volume have julie and selena NOT fighting please? ( )
  hexenlibrarian | May 19, 2020 |
Werewolf barista and (secretly) aspiring author Julie and her friends score an invitation to a fairy frat party. It’s one of the hottest parties of the year–literally. The entire frat house is bespelled to be a little piece of summer in the midst of Blitheton winter. Fortunately, Julie’s girlfriend Selena is smart enough to keep their entire group from eating or drinking anything. Julie’s friends, the idiot band that the run into at the party . . . not so much. Two of the band members manage to get themselves stuck in the frat house, unable to leave unless the entire band performs at the fraternity’s next party–which would be a lot easier if Mark would get his scrawny vampire butt back to the fraternity instead of refusing to go anywhere near. Naturally, because they’re way too accommodating, Julie, Selena, Chet, and Manuel somehow find themselves trying to sort this all out, only to find themselves caught in a bigger plot–a party war between two separate fairy fraternities. As if they didn’t have enough drama and complications to sort out between themselves already!

I really love the cute fluffiness of this graphic novel series. If you’re in the mood for epic, intricate plots and high stakes, this isn’t really the story you should be picking up. But if you want sweet relationships where the characters are trying to make it work, even as they deal with real struggles like trust issues, then Moonstruck is perfect. Of if you love casual urban fantasy, where all sorts of magical/supernatural beings live normal lives playing computer games, working in coffee shops, playing in bands, and hanging out with friends. Some Enchanted Evening does a good job of showing the growing relationships between this group of friends while providing some solid humor (Mark is an idiot–the whole band are idiots–and Chet’s whole Newpals thing is ridiculous but also amusing). Again, the plot isn’t so much a high-stakes, intense thing, although it does push the characters to deal with some of their issues, which is nice to see. It really does seem like it’s setting us up for something major in the next volume or two, though, especially Cass’s ominous and untold visions being thrown into the mix. The art is consistently super-cute–lots of pastels and fun extras thrown into the background. Recommended. ( )
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