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  1. Michael Benavidez Michael Benavidez says:

    Reviewing each issue is rather hard It s like reviewing a chapter of a book at a time Sure we can say this and that about what happened, but how do you REVIEW it Give those about to read it a sense of what s there and what s not there All thewhen this is barely the second chapter in a still going graphic novel Well you can and can t I can say that I am impressed with the art, I think it s something pretty new to me but probably not to others, i m not sure if there are others who use Reviewing each issue is rather hard It s like reviewing a chapter of a book at a time Sure we can say this and that about what happened, but how do you REVIEW it Give those about to read it a sense of what s there and what s not there All thewhen this is barely the second chapter in a still going graphic novel Well you can and can t I can say that I am impressed with the art, I think it s something pretty new to me but probably not to others, i m not sure if there are others who use this style I think the atmosphere is something to really get swallowed in, it s dark, it s covered fully in something not really abstract, but not really sketched out Kinda like there s enough to leave room for the reader to imprint upon If that makes sense I can t say how the story is because this is the build of the mystery and characters As a second chapter we follow the main character who seems to know, but not know what he s getting into As a second chapter, we getcharacters who are a bitscrewy and probably a bitcolorful than our mysterious main character he has a charm to him, but nothing to really give us a footing on who he is The mystery of who is who what is what, and just what the hell is going on is intriguing, but I can t say where it s going Even if I could, I wouldn t spoil it But it s something that draws you in Something that kinda keeps you hooked and anticipating The wait is worth it, I d say


  2. Kevin Cole Kevin Cole says:

    This is part two of the on going graphic novel supernatural thriller Cottonseeds I had to go back and re read part one because I d forgotten what was going on The gap between parts has been cruelly long, Miss Lily.In part two the weirdness begins to accelerate Sam the paralegal visits the home of the accused whom he s representing The family live in a big house out in the middle of Tennessee nowhere Are the kin of the Knoxville Killer psychologically stable and socially well adjusted Let s This is part two of the on going graphic novel supernatural thriller Cottonseeds I had to go back and re read part one because I d forgotten what was going on The gap between parts has been cruelly long, Miss Lily.In part two the weirdness begins to accelerate Sam the paralegal visits the home of the accused whom he s representing The family live in a big house out in the middle of Tennessee nowhere Are the kin of the Knoxville Killer psychologically stable and socially well adjusted Let s hope not.Standing out is raven haired Misty, whose curves and quotes spell trouble But who can resist a woman who kisses you within two minutes of introduction A kiss that takes up damn near a whole page Hell, I m in love I m even writing in a Tennessee state of mind.The other characters are expertly drawn, especially the belly of the gun toting hick It s interesting to me that such people, if they re modestly wealthy, are perceived as Southern Gothic If they ain t got no cash, they re jes trash Perhaps that s an overreaction This series is opening the door to the basement where I left in darkness my years spent growing up in the South.What will part three reveal


  3. Kat Kat says:

    Just like No 1 it s so awful it hurts Still the same horrible graphics, still the same poor attempt of a plot Still not worth it and I won t even wait for No 3 Two issues arethan enough to realize how untalented the author is.The worst comic book I ve ever seen.


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Cottonseeds No. 2 ❆ Cottonseeds No. 2 kindle Epub ❤ Author Lily Neon Vagabond – Thomashillier.co.uk Sam discovers interviewing The Knoxville Killer s family is a dirty job When Misty, Frank s daughter, breaks Sam s world apart, he s forced to choose between appearance and finding the Raven Mocker th Sam discovers interviewing The Knoxville Killer s family is a dirty job When Misty, Frank s daughter, breaks Sam s world apart, he s forced to choose between appearance and finding the Raven Mocker that haunts him.

  • ebook
  • 25 pages
  • Cottonseeds No. 2
  • Lily Neon Vagabond
  • English
  • 17 May 2019

About the Author: Lily Neon Vagabond

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