Strange Academy’s second story arc wraps up neatly as Young and Ramos weave a tale of loss and forgiveness in which teen angst ultimately wins the day.
The art is, as ever, sublime. If you like Ramos’ style you’ll love this, if you don’t then it’s not for you. But, then, if you don’t like Ramos and you’re still reading after twelve issues then maybe you need to take a long, hard look at yourself and your life choices, eh?
Young and Ramos have created an engaging cast of characters that I’m enjoying getting to know, and there are enough dark pasts and secrets here to keep the book going for many years to come.
Get early access to all my reviews and read them a week before everyone else over on my Patreon!