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Rivers of London: The Fey and the Furious

Friday, April 3, 2020

Rivers of London: The Fey and the Furious (2020) Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel, Lee Sullivan

The Fey and the Furious coverI find the comics for this series frustrating.

I found the story interesting, but the execution wasn’t all I wanted it to be, I mean, why precisely, were the fey doing all this? It didn’t make a lot of sense to me, unless the answer was they were bored and fucking around.

Which I suppose is possible.

And I don’t love the art as much as I did on earlier volumes.

I mean, I believe that Peter is fit.

They Fey and the Furious

I do not believe that Peter has six-pack abs.

He’s just too much of a geek who spends too much time going down research rabbit holes to work that hard.

Also, I can’t remember whether Peter took the driving course that Nightingale had ordered him to.

He was supposed to, but I don’t know if it happened, and I don’t know how that would have affected all the bits with the cars.

So: disappointing.

Publisher: Titan
Rating: 6/10

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