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Wooden Rose

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Genre: Fantasy
Date Added: 2 October 2009
Last Update: 2 October 2009
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Current Comic Ranking: 14022/26237
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A full-color fantasy graphic novel about love, loss and betrayal set in the Victorian Era. Inspiration drawn from Jane Austen and the Brothers Grimm. Updates Mondays.

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eworewoija 2/5
I started reading this comic lured by beautiful cover art and... quickly got disappointed. Torought most of the comic the art seems stiff and unpolished. The situation with characters and story is quite similar: there was a lot of potential but something went seriously wrong in the creative process. Characters who could have ended relateable with some good exposition, development and a tad more originality instead turned out two dimensional and cliched, much like their designs. The enjoynenment of the story is laregly spoiled by mistakes in pacing and panelling. Still, there are some things that went right: there\'s a fair dose of suspense, a well choosen color-palette and occasionally a beautiful background.

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