Mae #1

Mae #1

Gene Ha / Feb 24, 2020

Mae The Kickstarter sensation continues in comics When she was just a girl Abbie discovered a portal to a fantasy world and for the last couple of years has been having great adventures there defeating h

  • Title: Mae #1
  • Author: Gene Ha
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Kickstarter sensation continues in comics When she was just a girl, Abbie discovered a portal to a fantasy world and for the last couple of years has been having great adventures there defeating horrible monsters, power mad scientists, and evil nobles She was a celebrated action hero But when she turned twenty one it all came apart and she decided to return home HThe Kickstarter sensation continues in comics When she was just a girl, Abbie discovered a portal to a fantasy world and for the last couple of years has been having great adventures there defeating horrible monsters, power mad scientists, and evil nobles She was a celebrated action hero But when she turned twenty one it all came apart and she decided to return home Her sister, Mae, has had no idea what happened to Abbie all this time Her tales are too hard to believe that is, until the monsters and other terrible creatures start to cross over to our world A new series from four time Eisner winning artist Gene Ha

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    782 Comments

    1. Really liked the opening to this series and the art is WONDERFUL :) About a young girl who goes missing and turns up to meet her sister years later saying she's been living in another world! Quite an exciting beginning to the story and it looks like it has the potential to be really good. 4*s


    2. I like the premise of this but the actual story is not for me. I found the story too simple and rather underdeveloped. The main characters acceptance of everything happened way too quickly and I found the main characters annoying. I also didn't really enjoy the art style. Not for me, won't be carrying on.


    3. This was the first of three #1 issues that I read today and also the least impressive (I also read The Hunt and Once Our Land).I didn't find anything here that compelled me to come back for #2. Fables writer Bill Willingham praises Mae writer/illustrator Gene Ha effusively in a long foreword and notes his love for portal fiction, which this is.But a piece of work isn't compelling simply because it IS portal fiction. There are thousands of examples of portal fiction out there at this point, many [...]


    4. Liked this way more than I expected to. Drug my feet for awhile on reading it. Now so glad I did. Not perfect but good. I really want to know more about the sister. Kinda of puzzled that she's not the main character at first but I think I get it. Going out to get the next one soon I hope.


    5. I know it's just the first book of a longer arc. I know that the whole thing was done on kickstarter or some other crowdfunding platform. But I gotta say, it didn't grab me. The art on the cover didn't even match the story inside.



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