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COMIC BOOK REVIEW: Itch

 
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Story by: Mich Cervantes
 
Art by: Mich Cervantes
 
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4.5/ 5


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Nice points of view on sexual discovery; art looks fun


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The best way to describe Itch, by Mich Cervantes, is that it’s powerfully honest. The story tells of Aya Estrada, a girl struggling with her sexual curiosity in an environment where such a thing is considered as THE bad thing of all bad things. The way Mich writes here is brilliant as she focuses on […]

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The best way to describe Itch, by Mich Cervantes, is that it’s powerfully honest.

The story tells of Aya Estrada, a girl struggling with her sexual curiosity in an environment where such a thing is considered as THE bad thing of all bad things. The way Mich writes here is brilliant as she focuses on the environment Aya lives in, the exact environment where sexual curiosity could be shunned. Another great part about the writing is how Aya has less dialogue than the other characters that surround her but makes up for with what she does when she’s alone and away from the restrictions of her own environment.

As for the art, chances are that just by looking at the cover page you’ll be misled once you see Mich’s art style could possibly be associated with something more casual. This is another reason why the komik stands out so much.

Overall, Itch is a brilliant and powerful komik about sexual discovery that starts off with the main character’s environment and then finishes by focusing on the main character last with art that’s so good that it’ll mislead you at first.


Carlos Alcazaren

 


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