Charm School Graphique Volume #1 Charms Readers

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CS-Graphique1Charm School Graphique Volume #1 features a young kindhearted witch named Bunny. Dating the beautiful vampire Dean, Bunny is already being watched carefully by her bizarre witch aunts. However, Dean isn’t the only one on Bunny’s mind. Fairer Than is a beautiful fairy who is also at odds with her people. The two meet at a gathering of mystical folk. The book also introduces a voodoo priestess named Blanchette, a devil girl and a whole cast of warlocks and fellow students at Bunny’s high school. Bunny finds herself unable to concentrate in class and confronts Fairer Than to find out just what spell she must have cast. Fairer informs her there is no spell.

Elizabeth Watasin tells a sapphic and adorable love story. The art is cutesy black and white, facilitating and air of innocence. It is evident from both the art of Charm School and the story that Watasin clearly loves her characters and had a wonderful time putting this book together. The story puts together two female characters in a way that feels innocent and lovely, without being overly lusty or heavy handed. The breaks in between stories and side stories are also sweet and it would be a great deal of fun to cosplay the side characters alone.

Charm School #1 is lighthearted and enjoyable. Bunny and Fairer Than light up the pages of biker vampires and high school creatures. The book is lovingly LGBT friendly and fun.  Also, as a special note, look out for the animated flip corner in the hard copy of this book!

Charm School features a young witch named Bunny. Dating the beautiful vampire Dean, Bunny is already being watched carefully by her bizarre witch aunts. However, Dean isn’t the only one on Bunny’s mind. Fairer Than is a beautiful fairy who is also at odds with her people. The two meet at a gathering of mystical folk. The book also introduces a voodoo priestess named Blanchette, a devil girl and a whole cast of warlocks and fellow students at Bunny’s high school. Bunny finds herself unable to concentrate in class and confronts Fairer Than to find out just what spell has been cast. Fairer informs her there is no spell.

Elizabeth Watasin tells a sapphic and adorable love story. The art is cutesy black and white, facilitating and air of innocence. It is evident from both the art of Charm School and the story that Watasin clearly loves her characters and had a wonderful time putting this book together. The story puts together two female characters in a way that feels innocent and lovely, without being overly lusty or heavy handed. Watasin is wonderfully talented.

Charm School #1 is lighthearted and enjoyable. Bunny and Fairer Than light up the pages of biker vampires and high school creatures. The book is lovingly LGBT friendly and fun. Also, as a special note, look out for the animated flip corner in the hard copy of this book!

Charm School Graphique Volume #1 is now available.

 

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