Rub me the right way
The ongoing story continues here as Rapa tries to put together more answers and gets only more questions. Indeed the entire series is still somewhat confusing as the stories do not necessarily ever really converge. That is not to say that this issue is bad in anyway, in fact it is pretty good. This issue takes a stronger look at other underlying themes in this series - xenophobia, friendship, and morality, and it deserves full praise for doing so. In terms of this particular issue though, the problem is that it is more action focused than previous ones, with two battles breaking out somewhat at random. Despite that there are still some strong moments here, both for Rapa and for Heinrich (even though he was only introduced in the previous issue.) As there are numerous fairy tales based series on the comic market at the moment, this one still proves that the market is not flooded with them, as it puts its own take on the classic stories and makes its own clean and concise concept.