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Paper Girls, Volume 6

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Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang’s Eisner Award winning series Paper Girls is coming Amazon Prime Video in July 2022!


After surviving adventures in their past, present and future, the Paper Girls of 1988 embark on one last journey, a five-part epic that includes the emotional double-sized series finale. Featuring a new wraparound cover from Eisner Award-winning co-creator CLIFF CHIANG, which can be combined with the covers of all five previous volumes to form one complete mega-image!

Collects PAPER GIRLS #26-30

144 pages, Paperback

First published September 25, 2019

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Brian K. Vaughan

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Brian K. Vaughan is the writer and co-creator of comic-book series including SAGA, PAPER GIRLS, Y THE LAST MAN, RUNAWAYS, and most recently, BARRIER, a digital comic with artist Marcos Martin about immigration, available from their pay-what-you-want site www.PanelSyndicate.com

BKV's work has been recognized at the Eisner, Harvey, Hugo, Shuster, Eagle, and British Fantasy Awards. He sometimes writes for film and television in Los Angeles, where he lives with his family and their dogs Hamburger and Milkshake.

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Profile Image for Federico DN.
357 reviews624 followers
December 27, 2022
So Long Madness!

Tiff, KJ, Mac and Erin are scattered in various points in time, past, present, future and whatnot, trying desperately to get back together to attempt god knows what. Grand Father still following their trail and trying to kill them, because apparently that is the only thing he does. Whatever.

This last volume was the messiest of all. It was hard enough trying to follow the girls travelling through time barely making enough sense of it, to now follow all them four at different times, relentlessly changing pov’s with every new caption, and still trying to make some sense of wth is going on. Girl power was present, I guess. Not that it made much difference anyway. And to culminate this fantastic series a kind of ending. Great.

So long Paper Girls! Will miss you dearly! Not.

Am I still going to watch the cancelled TV series (2022)? Of course I will, I love wasting my time.

[2019] [144p] [Comic] [Not Recommendable]

¡Hasta Luego Locura!

Tiff, KJ, Mac y Erin están esparcidas en varios puntos del tiempo, pasado, presente, futuro y que no, tratando desesperadamente de reunirse para intentar dios sabe qué. Gran Padre todavía siguiendo su rastro y tratando de matarlas, porque aparentemente eso es lo único que hace. Lo que sea.

Este último volumen fue el más desordenado de todos. Ya era bastante difícil tratar de seguir a las chicas viajando a través del tiempo apenas teniendo el suficiente sentido, para ahora seguir a todas las cuatro en diferentes tiempos, cambiando incesantemente de puntos de vista con cada nuevo cuadro, y aun intentando tratar de sacar algún sentido de qué demonios está pasando. El poder femenino estuvo presente, supongo. No que hizo mucha diferencia de cualquier modo. Y para culminar esta fantástica serie una especie de final al estilo . Genial.

¡Hasta luego chicas de papel! ¡Las voy a extrañar mucho! No.

¿Pienso aun ver la cancelada serie de TV (2022)? Por supuesto que sí, amo perder mi tiempo.

[2019] [144p] [Comic] [No Recomendable]
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Author 6 books31.3k followers
August 5, 2022
“So, who are you?”—Boy having his arm pinned by his back by Erin Tieng, in 1958 Cleveland, having traveled back there from someplace else, 1988.
“Still figuring that out”—KJ

“The amount of time we’re given is irrelevant”—Erin

“We’re not only paper girls, we’re. . ."

I was very moved by this concluding volume and a bit of a mess, truthfully, but I know that I would definitely have been reading the comics series Papergirls at sixteen if it had been available and feeling much the same. Okay, my 16 year old self would not have had available a comics series highlighting joyfully the whole girl on girl kissing thing, because that was not a widespread literary phenomena in the sixties, but that was my loss, and the loss of all glbtq readers at that time. Even in the eighties, which this series focuses on, was not a queer-comics-centric time, of course. You'd need some weird time travel device to help you understand the extent and depth of homophobia and silence in the last several centuries, I guess.

My wife’s uncle that I loved very much died last night and that is part of my emotional landscape as I finish this powerful and sweet and sad series this morning. You read when you read and that "when" affects your memory of the book possibly permanently. But oh, Brian Vaughn (and the amazingly inventive Cliff Chiang and the amazing colorist Matt Wilson), you get me. Maybe you just get humans.

“What does it matter? Life existed on this rock for less than a blink of the universe’s eye, and somehow, against astronomical odds, you and I got to be part of it!”
“Man, for a terminal cancer patient, you’re like a living Bobby McFerrin song.”

That! I mean both of those sentences, from both perspectives, the sentimental and the smart-ass! Augh! This guy (Vaughn)!

And maybe all time travel films and books are always about nostalgia and the sweet sad passing of time. Probably. Because this last volume is all about love and friendship but also about the passing of time and that sweet sadness.

Paper Girls, Volume 6, yes, completes the instant classic YA sci-fi time travel series. It features a cover with the four paper girls, and one of them an older self, tougher, more determined, facing real challenges, not just Halloween spooks. Like the possible loss of friendship and memory and the inevitability of death. The next image is of a smashed pumpkin (oh, good, just in time for Halloween! This is where the first volume began, and it is a time travel series, so here it must end). The next image is a two-page spread of one of the girls holding a knife, the windows in the houses behind her bearing Halloween decorations. When she is transported through time to her street (before holding said knife), she is truly frightened by a Donald Trump mask (heh).

I won’t tell you what happens, it would be too complicated to do that, but we begin the volume in multiple years that involve multiplying nostalgia effects via year-appropriate references (or, call it product placement, as the Stranger Things production crew knows has to happen in an eighties tribute, which this also very much is). And we know from the last volume that all the girls are in different times and places, so we at one point for several pages read about them through a series of four-panel pages where we see each of them in same time experiences.

So I loved loved loved the finish, sort of because of and in spite of all the geeky reflection about how to deal with the fact of time travel and memory. But here’s some random stuff I also dug:

One of them says that time is degradable, like a cassette tape. Ha!

I like all the references to: Moonwalking, Walkmans, walkie talkies. Yellow punch buggy (where you punch someone when you see a yellow Volkswagon, though we called it slug bug and it was for any color)

Charlotte, to Jude: “Hey, Jude.”

“Our dreams are secret messages from our future.” (oh, just go with it. . .)

“Tiffany! You’re not dead yet!”

One of them talks about daylight savings time as time suspension/travel: "You get to relive sixty minutes every year!"

Mac, sitting on a rock far into the future, with the woman who invented time travel, as they both realize how it is they both may die, with the only thing that really matters to her at the moment: “I kissed a girl.” Because yeah, you are going to die, but at least you have this, and isn't that so true?!

The ultimate goal of the girls, ala every eighties kid film: Peace on Earth, natch. We'll see how that works out.

Also it's obviously about friendship, and friendship across differences since all the girls are unlike each other, and since it’s a YA texts set in the eighties:

“It’s like Mr. T says, ‘You gotta follow your dream.’”

Must read series. One of the best YA series ever. Ever! Me, oh, I'll be all right, thanks, as long as I have books to comfort me. And am now watching the much-anticipated Amazon Prime series, and like it, though it will never be this comics series.
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339 reviews137 followers
May 23, 2020
A bittersweet ending to a wonderfully beautiful, weird and confusing series
Profile Image for Chad.
7,735 reviews869 followers
June 23, 2022
A somewhat bittersweet ending to a wonderful series. As the book draws to a close, it's clear this series was as much about burgeoning friendships as it was about time travel. It reminds me how easy it is to make close friends at that age in a matter of days and how it becomes so difficult as you become an adult.

Oh, don't worry, Vaughan still sticks the landing when it comes to time travel and all of the swirling plot lines. They all come together quite nicely. I do think this is a series that benefits from bingeing. There is a lot to keep track of a quick run through makes that much easier to juggle in your head.

The art, by Cliff Chiang and Matthew Wilson, is just terrific. It's full of panel structures that sell the story and vibrant pastel colors that sing off the page. Other artists should take note.

A great ending to a great series.
Profile Image for Dennis.
659 reviews269 followers
August 8, 2022
Right in the feels. I may have even cried a little at the end.

Truth be told, I came into this with still a lot of questions.


No, I didn’t get all the answers. And considering this is the last volume of this series, it doesn’t make a lot of sense to go into much detail for this review. Pretty much everything I could say about the plot at this point would be a spoiler. And you don’t want to hear that.


What I can say is that I was torn about the way Vaughan un-spaghettied that tangled time-web he had woven over the course of the previous volumes. It made all the plot stuff seem less significant. But it also made for a very emotional ending. Ultimately this whole series was probably less about the intricacies of time travel, and more about friendship.

'I never had any friends later on like the ones I had when I was twelve. Jesus, did you?'
- Stephen King “The Body”

I almost gave this 5 stars. The very last issue was amazing to read. It had some of the coolest panels of the whole series. My favorite I have to spoiler tag, unfortunately. Even though it isn’t really a spoiler, it might confuse those who have already started to read the series. Just come back here when you’ve finished and tell me if you loved that one as much as I did. :)

That was one of several Ha! moments in this one. There was also a not very subtle nod to my favorite movie ever. Loved that! And if you remember my review of the first volume, the guys I made up for that one actually showed up here. Ha! Okay, kind of showed up here. But still. Ha!

Overall this series had exactly the right mix of humour, sadness, fun, nostalgia, angst, action, craziness, and profoundness to make it a real hit for me. I will miss these girls.


But honestly? I might just read it for a third time. Ha!

Hugo 2020 nominee for best Graphic Story.
2020 Hugo Award Finalists

Best Novel
The City in the Middle of the Night by Charlie Jane Anders
Gideon the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir
The Light Brigade by Kameron Hurley
A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine
Middlegame by Seanan McGuire
The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow

Best Novella
• Anxiety Is the Dizziness of Freedom by Ted Chiang ( Exhalation)
The Deep by Rivers Solomon, with Daveed Diggs, William Hutson & Jonathan Snipes
The Haunting of Tram Car 015 by P. Djèlí Clark
In an Absent Dream by Seanan McGuire
This Is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone
To Be Taught, If Fortunate by Becky Chambers

Best Novelette
• The Archronology of Love by Caroline M. Yoachim (Lightspeed Magazine, April 2019)
• Away With the Wolves by Sarah Gailey ( Uncanny Magazine Issue 30: Disabled People Destroy Fanatsy! Special Issue)
• The Blur in the Corner of Your Eye by Sarah Pinsker ( Uncanny Magazine Issue 29: July/August 2019)
Emergency Skin by N.K. Jemisin
For He Can Creep by Siobhan Carroll
Omphalos by Ted Chiang

Best Short Story
• And Now His Lordship Is Laughing by Shiv Ramdas (Strange Horizons 9 September 2019)
As the Last I May Know by S.L. Huang
Blood Is Another Word for Hunger by Rivers Solomon
• A Catalog of Storms by Fran Wilde (Uncanny Magazine, Issue 26, January-February 2019)
• Do Not Look Back, My Lion by Alix E. Harrow (Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #270)
• Ten Excerpts from an Annotated Bibliography on the Cannibal Women of Ratnabar Island by Nibedita Sen (Nightmare Magazine, Issue 80)

Best Series
The Expanse by James S. A. Corey
• InCryptid by Seanan McGuire
• Luna by Ian McDonald
• Planetfall series by Emma Newman
• Winternight Trilogy by Katherine Arden
• The Wormwood Trilogy by Tade Thompson

Best Related Work
Becoming Superman: My Journey from Poverty to Hollywood by J. Michael Straczynski
Joanna Russ by Gwyneth Jones
The Lady from the Black Lagoon: Hollywood Monsters and the Lost Legacy of Milicent Patrick by Mallory O’Meara
The Pleasant Profession of Robert A. Heinlein by Farah Mendlesohn
2019 John W. Campbell Award Acceptance Speech by Jeannette Ng
• Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin, produced and directed by Arwen Curry

Best Graphic Story or Comic
Die, Volume 1: Fantasy Heartbreaker by Kieron Gillen and Stephanie Hans, letters by Clayton Cowles
LaGuardia, written by Nnedi Okorafor, art by Tana Ford, colours by James Devlin
Monstress, Volume 4: The Chosen, written by Marjorie Liu, art by Sana Takeda
Mooncakes by Wendy Xu and Suzanne Walker, letters by Joamette Gil
Paper Girls, Volume 6, written by Brian K. Vaughan, drawn by Cliff Chiang, colours by Matt Wilson, letters by Jared K. Fletcher
The Wicked + The Divine, Volume 9: "Okay" by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie, colours by Matt Wilson, letters by Clayton Cowles
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Author 3 books703 followers
June 13, 2020
Seriously?! THAT'S the end??

At first I was like aw that's a nice end to the arc, and now shit's really gonna get wild! But nope. This is the End End. To which I say, kindly fuck that.

Real spoilers here.

Profile Image for Rod Brown.
5,302 reviews174 followers
November 28, 2019
A fine ending -- if a bit of a whimper -- to a pretty darn good series. I think it will definitely reward a re-reading.

In thinking about Vaughan's many series, I wonder if he has ever truly stuck the ending. Offhand, I can't really recall how any of his books ended. It seems they are most memorable and thrive in the middle, where his characters are established and they interact in interesting ways.
Profile Image for Fatma Al Zahraa Yehia.
440 reviews489 followers
March 13, 2023
عمل رائع ومبهر وشديد التميز، فلو حد تكرم وفهمني هو كان ايه اللي بيحصل بالضبط طول السبعميت صفحة اللي قرأتهم، هاكون شاكرة جدا :)))))

كيف يمكن أن تُعجب وتنبهر كقارىء بعمل لم تفهم الصراع الرئيسي الذي قام عليه؟

فكل ما فهمته أن تلك القصة المصورة تنتمي لأدب "ما بعد الكارثة" والذي يقوم بشكل رئيسي على الروايات الدينية عن نهاية العالم. وفهمت أيضاً أن هناك أربع فتيات مراهقات يتورطن رغماً عنهن في القيام برحلة مجنونة عبر الزمن يقمن خلالها-مرغمات ثم مخيّرات-بمحاولة انقاذ العالم.

ما لم أفهمه-وهو أساس الحكاية-من كان الطرف الطيب ومن كان الطرف الشرير؟ من بدأ كل تلك الدارما الأخاذة التي أجبرتي على لصق وجهي بشاشة الهاتف ليومان حتى أصل للنهاية؟

تنقلت مع الفتيات الأربع خلال أزمنة مختلفة، ولكل زمن هناك كائناته/عصاباته/مجانينه/علماؤه التي تتصارع مع اطراف صراع اخرى من نفس الزمن أو من زمن أخر أو حتى الفتيات أنفسهن.
هناك "الجد" أو "جابو تابا" الذي يقود معركة الزمن القديم-التي لم أفهم سببها-مع الأجيال الجديدة والذي لم أفهم أيضا ما الذي يتصارعون عليه معهم. حاولت الاستعانة بوكيبيديا لفهم تلك الفوضى التي عشت داخلها، فللأسف دماغي "ادشملت" اكتر واكتر.

طيب كما تساءلت في البداية، ما الذي "أخذني" لتلك الدرجة بعمل لم أفهم منه أي شىء تقريبا، وانا في تلك الحالات أقرر انهاء القراءة من الصفحات الأولى؟
ربما للصورة القوية للفتاة أو المرأة التي صادفتها بشكل استثنائي ��ي تلك العمل. فالبطلات رغم صغر سنهن يواجهن كل الجنون الذي يحدث لهن بشجاعة ورباطة جأش واحيانا لامبالاة تنتقل تلقائيا لمن يقرأها.
وربما ماربطني أيضا لتلك العمل رغم عدم فهمي لقصة الصراع الرئيسية، هو "الحدوتة الصغيرة" التي كان يصنعها المؤلف بمهارة داخل كل قسم أو جزء من أجزاء السلسلة. والفضول الذي خلقه المؤلف في من يقرأ باللحظات الخاطفة من ماضي أو حاضر الشخصيات.

من الصعب كقارئة حديثة العهد بتلك النوعية من الروايات/القصص المصورة أن استطيع الحكم على مدى جودة وتفوق هذا العمل-حتى من الناحية البصرية-بدون أن أكون على خلفية ودراية بالأساس الذي قام عليه وهو أدب الأبطال الخارقون لمارفل ودي سي. ولكن لا أملك سوى أن أُقر بانبهاري الذي سيدفعني لمحاولة دخول تلك العالم-عالم أدب ما بعد الكارثة أو أدب الخيال العلمي-والذي كنت اتجنبه تماما فيما مضى.
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545 reviews271 followers
May 12, 2021
i'm so sad to see this series end!!

it's rough to have the girls split up into four different timelines for much of the volume, it's handled brilliantly. beautiful formatting shows their concurrent adventures. it's a little hard to read, but i still enjoyed the creativity involved.


‣ KJ acknowledges that she's still figuring out who she is... but damn, it's clear she's a badass.

‣ much of mac's development has been about her confronting her own mortality. very moving to see her facing death in a different way, by bearing witness to the slow passing of a fellow time traveler with the same illness.

‣ mixed feelings about KJ and mac's relationship. they are adorable bby gays, but

‣ also kind of yikes: the meant-to-be-empowering line about how the bible was written BY MEN. uhh, so was this comic.

‣ elderly tiffany affectionately calling young tiffany "sweetheart" and "beautiful" is absolutely heartwarming.

‣ at the end of their time travel adventures, the focus is that the paper girls not have their memories wiped. they want to retain the bond they've formed. is saving their friendship the most important struggle of the story? because that's painful, but lovely.

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1,288 reviews96 followers
October 9, 2019
Time travel is not my favorite, and it confuses the bejesus out of me, but I like this band of badass young 1980s papergirls and their many iterations. This collected volume is the conclusion of the “The Battle of the Ages” (it’s a time travelers’ war, y’all). I’m still slightly unsure what transpired, but it’s clearly unique a story of friendship. Above all, I freaking love the artwork and coloring. It’s goddamned beautiful.
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3,563 reviews862 followers
November 28, 2020
The final volume of the incorrigible Paper Girls. Brian K Vaughan whilst writing the supreme series that starts with Saga, Vol. 1 manages to create, write and finish Paper Girls, a 30 part speculative-fiction time travelling drama starring four Paper Girls that at no point have discussions about boys! Yassss BKV!

The final volume really plays with your mind and you have to focus and concentrate to get the story and the genius of it; which I didn't really get, having quite a few months gap between the penultimate volume and this one. This is one of those books (possible like Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned and Saga that needs to be devoured over a shortish period of time to take in all the sub-plotting and multi-layered ensemble cast.

The last issue is a little understated masterpiece, much in the vein of The Sopranos, leaving the reader to decide what actually happened; accompanied with the great art it is a pretty slick finish. 8 out of 12. And now this GIFt to you Paper Girls reader :)
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1,947 reviews3,405 followers
August 17, 2022
And this completes the series for which Vaughan supposedly paused Saga. Can't say it was worth it. Sorry, not sorry.

The girls finally travel to the end of the line and the start of it. The few important hints we got amongst all the other babbling come together and there is a resolution ... kinda.
If you think about it, it's bloody stupid. I mean, sure, people make stupid choices and then either refuse to or can#t back down, but THIS was the solution to EVERYTHING???

Also, can't say I appreciated the ad for cancer sticks (cigarettes).

Most disappointing, though, was the way this story just ... peetered out. Sadly, that kinda sums up the whole damn thing.

I've read a number of time travel stories and really like the exploration of time (travel), but this was really one of the less good ones (not least because of what was shown in part but never really explained, kinda like a cop-out). :/

Therefore, I've decided I probably won't watch the show that prompted me to read this series after all.
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986 reviews130 followers
October 30, 2019
A great finish to a great series. The wrap up was nicely done. I’m a little sad that it’s over.
Profile Image for Kyriaki.
428 reviews185 followers
August 1, 2019
We 're not just paper girls, we 're friends.

Τελευταίος τόμος!!
Και μετά από πολλά πίσω-μπρος στο χρόνο, συναντήσεις με μελλοντικούς εαυτούς και κλώνους, μετά από συμμετοχή σε συγκρούσεις μεταξύ χρονοταξιδιωτών και περίεργων πλασμάτων, μετά από πολύ τρέξιμο και προσπάθεια να καταλάβουμε τι τελος πάντων συμβαίνει φτάσαμε στο τέλος!
Πολύ μου άρεσε σαν σειρά, μου άρεσαν οι χαρακτήρες, είχε πολύ δράση, συνέβαιναν συνέχεια πράγματα, είχε και ένα μυστήριο γύρω από αυτή τη διαμάχη μεταξύ των χρονοταξιδιωτών και πολύ ωραίο σχέδιο και χρώματα. Γενικά διασκέδασα πολύ διαβάζοντας τη!!

(Ντάξει τώρα αν κάτσω και το ψειρίσω σίγουρα θα βρω θεματάκια και τρυπούλες, ειδικά όσο αναφορά τα ταξίδια στο χρόνο, αλλά δεν με νοιάζει για να πω την αλήθεια!)
Profile Image for MaryJane.
310 reviews75 followers
October 2, 2019
Beautiful artwork and a fun plot but honestly the conclusion felt very underwhelming after such a strong build up.
To be fair, I spent most of the series confused and maybe reading the whole thing over before finishing it could have clarified some things for me, but I honestly don't think it would have done much. Might revisit this later, but honestly I was kinda let down.
March 1, 2023
I feel so empty. I’m sad. I wanted more. We deserved to know and see more.

“The amount of time we’re each given is irrelevant. It’s what we choose to do with every second that counts.”

Oh, these girlies will stay in my heart for a long time.

Mac, you’re not as tough as you look, and I mean this as a compliment. You deserve the world.

Erin, it’s okay to not have it all figured out. You’ll be more than fine.

Tiffany, you are a true badass, and you’re more than capable of accomplishing anything and everything.

And Kaje, I’m sooo proud of you for being your real self. Keep glowing, love!

Thank you for letting me accompany you on this wild, emotional, and fun journey of time travel and saving the world! 🫶
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618 reviews111 followers
August 1, 2019
*Read as single issues*

Grand finale...sad to see it end...but it was handled well and gave me the closure that I wanted.

Its almost as if the series ended with a satisfied sigh rather than a big bang. Which I am okay with.

Thanks for the adventure, Paper Girls!
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1,350 reviews820 followers
June 30, 2020
Bullet Review:

The end is definitely bittersweet - also kinda makes me wonder if there was really a point to this whole damned thing. But the world sucks so I’m just gonna hold onto the fond memories of this.
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2,434 reviews134 followers
October 3, 2019
I don't know ...this was interesting and the ending was cute but I still feel like I'm not 100% sure what happened. I have always been a bit more unsure about this series than most people seem to be and I think it is one where I would have to reread the whole thing in a few days to really try to piece everything together and see if all the time travel plot pieces 'check out' so to speak. I like the characters and the art is great but I'm just so picky about time travel so that's why I'm still a bit on the fence.
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266 reviews19 followers
July 29, 2022
Me gustan muchas cosas de Paper Girls: las protagonistas y su relación de amistad, la confrontación con sus versiones adultas, el dibujo de Chiang, el color de Wilson o el que dejen cabos sueltos y no nos torturen con una explicación para todo.

Pero en general a partir del tercer tomo he ido perdiendo el interés y se me ha hecho una lectura un tanto cansina. A pesar de haberlos leído seguidos, al empezar un tomo no recordaba casi nada del anterior y he descubierto más cosas sobre la historia en la entrada de la Wikipedia en inglés que durante la lectura.

Si tuviera que hacer un diagnóstico sería: hace mucho calor, necesito más horas de sueño, me hago mayor y tengo problemas para fijar la atención. Paper Girls muy bien, creo.
Profile Image for Michael Finocchiaro.
Author 3 books5,546 followers
January 29, 2023
I thought this was one of the better conclusions to an epic and incredibly creative comic book series. I felt that it gave a punchy and satisfying ending to many of the outstanding questions and gave us closure on the destiny of our protagonists. Well-done!
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