Review: Luna #2

By Maria Llovet

After a night with the Family of the Sun, Teresa begins to discover the shocking truth behind the seemingly normal hippie cult and their leader Lux.

The dark secrets of Teresa’s visions collide with divine revelations – and send her on a path she never expected.”

Another wild issue that feels a lot like (I assume) a trip. Further diving into what exactly is going on, why all these women are here with Lux, and what Teresa has really gotten herself into. It’s unsettling in a subtle sort of “something is wrong here” sort of way.

The art is beautiful. The realistic characters paired with the visions and otherworldly things really elevates that feeling of a trip. Especially with the colors used in both this and the first issue.

Grab issue two of Luna this week!


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