Daily Graphic Novel Recommendation 173

Flight Of The Raven

by Jean-Pierre Gibrat
Genre notes: wartime resistance, adventure
144 pages
ISBN: 1631407988 (Amazon)

This is light reading, probably on a level with Tintin in terms of narrative depth. A fairly hapless French underground participant during the German occupation gets nabbed for contraband (guns!) and she gets thrown in together with a professional conman/thief/rogue. The live on the lam and lie low trying to find news of her sister. There aren't many twists and turns but there are a couple. Reading this was a nice way to pass the afternoon and the art is pretty to look at, even if the heroine does look maybe a touch too pouty all the time.

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