Quantum Teens Are Go #2 Review
By Ezekiel McAdams
March 29 2017
I love this series like a pizza. Gooey, messy and unabashed love.
Vissagio has this ability to make the characters feel alive, nuanced and distinct that they they ooze with personality. Her penchant for sharp dialogue also continues as Nat and Sumesh feel like real teenagers, with real problems. You relate to them and you want them to succeed.
The story arc continues at a brisk pace. It’s careful not to rely heavy on exposition or jargon, instead flowing naturally like a river.
The art by Donovan sparkles off the page with detailed characters and a world intermixed with bright colors and tones.
My only complaint with this issue, is that there weren’t more pages for me to consume.
Can’t wait to see what happens in the next issue.