Published on March 19th, 2014 | by Richard Boom
Review: Secret Life Of Crows #2
As Nei Ruffino sets the stage for the second issue to Secret Life Of Crows, she introduces the search for love to add to the search to one self, from the first issue. Acceptance be the key that holds this story together as the crow resembles the night, to meet in its twilight a being of light, representing the male aspect of the sun.
The transformed crow-now-girl as well as the transformed ‘solar flare’ are both looking for the same answers, for kinships, for kindred spirits, for something more, then the borders of their existence might have them discover. Both are eager to find the other, keen to discover more then meets the eye, dedicated to make a mark in existing.
Nei Ruffino’s art is easy on the eye, especially where it concerns birds, feathers, nature and girls and a tad less magic is felt with drawing males, but the impeccable poetic value of this second volume speaks ‘volumes’. This is something else and something new and exciting and I would like everyone to check out this adventure Nei and Raven Gregory are setting up.
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