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  • Joined Feb 23, 2019
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This isn't storytelling, it's poetic musing on choice and consequence and adolescent passions. Fireworks are used as membranous imagery, holding the narrative together as it gets more and more abstracted and detached from reality. It ends in a suicide. Well, I'm pretty sure the author didn't intend to imply mortality--and would probably rather hope be gleaned from its final panels--but I will misinterpret it as a suicide anyway, because it makes me happy to do so.

7/10 story
8/10 art
7/10 characters
7/10 overall
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