Friday, April 20, 2012

The 2D Life of Poly Gon, by Jacee Ismay

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1 comment:

  1. I enjoy the disconnect created between the (seemingly) kid-friendly imagery and the honest (and troubling) storyline. The ending is also a nice twist: the irony here is great - that such a sweetly drawn and simple shape does not learn from her giant mistake (which we might expect in a moralistic tale that is actually made for kids), but instead embraces it makes her a much more three dimensional character than the name of the comic implies. It feels very much like the first in a series of comics that will show Poly’s downfall and maybe (hopefully not!) redemption. Well done!