YU+ME

YU+ME After Finding Out That The Girl Of Her Dreams Really Was Just A Dream, Fiona Makes Her Way Back To The Dream World To Find It Ruled By The Tyrannical Queen Sadako Making Her Way Through The Surreal Landscape, Fiona Encounters Friends To Aid Her And Monsters Bent On Her Destruction Can She Stay Asleep Long Enough To Make It To Lia Should She Stay Asleep Of Course Nothing Is Ever What It Seems That S How Dreams Go. As I said in my review of the first omnibus book, the second half of Yu Me is a shock It takes a fairly sweet, but standard romance but with lesbians , and turns it into a creative, weird, bizarre fantasy that plays with tropes in ways that are utterly delightful.In book 2, Fiona figures out how to get back to the Dream World where she spends the rest of her time trying to find Lia She meets a variety of strange, fascinating people, and runs into a series of fantastical problems that require As I said in my review of the first omnibus book, the second half of Yu Me is a shock It takes a fairly sweet, but standard romance but w
The fantastic second half of this series Unlike the standard coming of age anime esque style of the first half, this part utilizes the setting to its full potential We see characters fleshed out in a variety of art styles and get plenty of revelations regarding the overarching plot Featuring the compelling premise of chasing one s dreams literally and fantastic world building, this part solidified my love of the comic Yu Me Dream is by far one of the most mindbending, creative, and touch The fantastic second half of this series Unlike the standard coming of age anime esque style of the first half, this part utilizes the setting to its full potential We see characters fleshed out in a variety
A few years ago a friend of mine suggested the comic It was during a hard time in my life so I basically binge read the whole thing over period of a few days The first half feels like a high school shoujo manga while the other half Turns it all on its head I honestly think that the second half should be read first while the first part fills in the references that it gave You need both The whole comic isn t just about the plot of the characters, but the artists journey as she develops her A few years ago a friend of mine suggested the comic It was during a hard time in my life so I basically binge read the whole thing over period of a few days The first half feels like a high school shoujo manga while the other half Turns it all on its head I honestly think that the second half should be read first while the first part fills in the references that it gave You need both The whole comic isn t just about the plot of the characters, but the artists journey as she develops her own style First half she s getting her drawing sea legs, second she s exploring different styles and dear god all of the bright beautiful colors Most likely why I m biased towards the second half I love it because you re watchin
This review is meant to encompass the entire You Me Dream Two book omnibus set You absolutely should not buy one without the other Book One, on its own, reads as a fairly conventional, if well done, coming of age story, and ends with a plot twist that flies beyond the realm of mere audacity into the rarefied, nitrous filled air of chutzpah Picking up Book Two, without the benefit of the background to explain that p
I was so happy to be able to support this kickstarter And this was one of the first webcomics I ever discovered and read and luckily for me, by that time, the series was complete and thank god for that because I probably would have gone crazy with waiting for updates, since this is such a riveting read I think what I love so much about this comic is the subversion of so many tropes, whereas some are just played straight, but in a wonderfully innovative and thoughtful way Of course, the se I was so happy to be able to support this kickstarter And this was one of the first webcomics I ever discovered and read and luckily for me, by that time, the series was complete and thank god for that because I probably would have gone crazy with waiting for updates, since this is such a riveting read I think what I love so much about this comic is the subversion of so many tropes, whereas some are just played straight, but in a wonderfully in
This was certainly interesting I liked watching Gedris abilities develop and change, and I loved the commentary she included in this print volume It was also fascinating to see so many types of art included in a single comic The story itself was less than impressive, to me, but I can understand why so many people love it, and I might have enjoyed itwhen I was younger and I think I might also have enjoyed itin a slow
Gedris employs a wide variety of gorgeous art styles to tell this breathtaking story of love and dreams.