The Li’l Depressed Boy 13 Review
The Li’l Depressed Boy 13 Review Short Version:Li’l Depressed Boy 13 is the first issue of the series I’ve picked up. After reading this issue, however, I’ll definitely be going back to check out the previous 12 issues. This issue finds the Li’l Depressed Boy starting to find some relationship happiness, only to *spoilers* have it taken away from him at the end. I got from the beginning of the issue (and the title) that things don’t tend to go well for LDB, and they certainly don’t appear to be going well this time, either.
Li’l Depressed Boy 13 Writer: Steven Struble
Li’l Depressed Boy Artist: Sina Grace
Li’l Depressed Boy 13 ReviewLi’l Depressed Boy 13, starts with LDB looking back at his failed relationships from the past. Look, I’m a new read, so I’m probably not the best judge of these things, but his romantic track record certainly looks . . . shaky. In any case, LDB seems to believe that he has, this time, found love with his boss at the movie theater. Li’l Depressed Boy 13 is well-written and extremely nice to look at thanks to Grace’s characterizations, particularly of LDB himself. I may be new to the story, but – by the end of Li’l Depressed Boy 13 – I didn’t feel left out or completely baffled, although I certainly intend to pick up the previous 12 issues. Thoroughly enjoyable, bittersweet and heartfelt, Li’l Depressed Boy 13is a great read.
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