Vaughan & Chiang's "Paper Girls" Builds a Familiar Yet Disconcerting World
I’ve really enjoyed your work on ASM. I plan on picking up the next part of this story, and anything else you do on the title. That said, I totally did not need to see that last panel. Although it certainly gets over the idea that you’re evil for anyone who missed the Irredeemable marketing, so good for you.
P.S.- That was still less disturbing/soul killing than Norman Osborn’s oh face, so you deserve credit for that. Somehow, I’m more okay with what you wrote than that.
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