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Honeydew Syndrome (Honeydew Syndrome #1)

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There’s no better introduction than a fist to the face. That was how Metis, a high school ‘emo,’ first interacted with the local jock, Josh. Afterward the small pummeling, Metis figures he’s was out of dodge. That is, until he’s paired with Josh for a class project. Drama, geekery, and all-around dorkiness ensue as the two find they might just get along better than they ha...more
paperback, 139 pages
Published 2008
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Book one is amazing, but don't even bother with two. I suspect the creators got sick of their characters and it really shows. A lot of lazy storytelling and unresolved story arcs. That being said, book one is still definitely worth a read. It stands alone well.
I really like stories that have multiple story lines from different characters points of view and this one had a nice variety of characters that I enjoyed. I happen to find this by chance and just like most the artwork bothered me at first but then when the story began to delve deeper it doesn't become an issue. I love all the characters and anyone can find a character in this series to relate to. The only thing that I didn't like was that they left the story line between Charles and Jay in my o...more
Read this by chance. The art bothered me at first because of the disproportion, the lack of backgrounds, and the sheer sketchiness of the drawings but it all improves dramatically as the story progresses. Actually even the sketchiness becomes more quirky than annoying. The humor is fantastic, I love the chapter titles. The characters are also very likable.
I read this online a while ago but didn't know the authors would be at NYCC 2012. Imagine my surprise when I saw their booth in Artist Alley!
One of my favorite webcomics. I love the art!!
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