James B. Willard and Patrick K. Beavers do not disappoint.
We’ve yet another instalment of Penny Palabras, and this one gives us a deeper glimpse of Penny, a better understanding of her family and past, and then we get a classic comic book plot twist to blow the mind and make this already delightfully surreal read even more so.
We meet Penny’s father, we learn just who the librarian is/was. And Penny’s already completely bizarre life gets just a bit weirder.
Now, I will say, Penny is given a bit of a dysfunctional family and the tone of this episode is possibly, due to that, a bit darker than most of the books before. It fits wonderfully with the overall dark tone and look of the series.
So far the story continues to be something recommendable even to those who don’t normally like the dark, paranormal, psych-thriller sort of story.