I still remember the randomly hooking up with Kris Hornett on twitter, and finding out that he was writing a Comic/Manga and I thought it was a cool as hell concept, and I felt like a fool asking him some Manga 101 questions, and he took the time to educate me, and share his first chapter of Grey with me and I was blown away. AND TO LAND AN INHYUK LEE COVER FOR BOOK 2 ON TOP OF A FIRE STORY!!!!! GOOD LORDY!
I'm here to let you know that pre-orders for Chapter 3 opened on September 25th, and you are going to want to pick it up NOW!
Grey: Chapter 3-Deja Vu
This series of panels is on page 5 amidst our immersion into an episode of Deja Vu. In several other books that use a flashback tactic normally has some sort of box text explaining the events of the past or present. You see someone unpacking the events on a follow-up page. You see the creators create how you should interpret the events.
I like what Arollado and Hornett have done here. Across 12 pages with next-to-no text offered, your mind is left to interpret these events amidst what you've learned about Shuyin in the first two books, and each time I've read it, I come up with a new theory. I derive a new interpretation of what we experience. This style of freedom for the reader is a great way to keep us engaged throughout the series. We'll keep seeing images similar to these, and we will constantly keep thinking and interpreting until we get an answer.
Why do I like Kale? No real reason...I just look at him and smile and laugh. He looks like a "Kale" to me. He looks like the embodiment of Whole Foods....He looks like a dude who would work with technology.
Regardless, he becomes a large vehicle in giving us enough information to keep us hooked to what could be coming for us in Chapter 4. As for the final reveal.....what happened at the fashion show could look like child's play in the near future.
Also, they've got some dope merchandise up on the website now, and all I'm sayin Kris is that I bet that hoodie would look real good on a certain reviewer in a 2XL.
The journey of a 30-something father of three who's trying to break into the world of reviewing comics after a loooooong hiatus...
Rimmey is a high school history/government teacher & speech and debate coach in Kansas. He has slowly been rediscovering his love for comics since June of 2019.
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