My Rating: 4 Stars
Another great story from Lady Mechanika and her adventures, but a bit short.
In this volume, it is brought to Lady Mechanika’s attention that some children have gone missing under mysterious circumstances around the mechanical toy shop. She teams up with the Inspector to get to the bottom of the occurrences and, in between witty exchanges and action-packed situations, Lady Mechanika begins to remember her dark, forgotten past.
The story-line is very good and interesting and action-packed and the characters are as amazing as in the previous comics. The artwork is gorgeous: from the steampunk machines and setting to the Victorian style of dressing, everything brings together an incredible but very dark and dangerous world.
I usually give five stars to this collection but this time I was a bit disappointed to see how short it turned out to be since usually it’s around 120 pages and this one is around 60 pages. Maybe because I’m a fan I wanted to read a more complex story.
I’m looking forward to the next comic, hopefully with more pages than this one!
Thank you NetGalley, the publisher Benitez Productions, and the author for allowing me to read and review a digital copy of this book.
Hope you find an idea for your next reading here.