OK. I just finished #2 and man it was powerful. Absolutely not political, but certainly #metoo.
Aurelie’s predicament and everyone’s lack of understanding is on display for all to see. Without spoilers, I can’t say much more.
But powerful? Wow.
As I said in the Female Furies #1 thread I read comics soley for entertainment. I hate to be preached to, or have someone try to press political opinions on me. This book is not that at all but is a moral lesson wrapped in entertainment and is easily an exception to the “only entertainment” rule. I’m not easily moved by comics, but this one moved me.
If you haven’t started this series, it is extremely worthwhile and a great read with great art.
On the lighter side watch for a couple of Easter Eggs that foretell the future of this part of the DCU.