If turning 16 isn’t sufficiently awkward, try doing it as a half-demon, motherless vagabond with an aloof father too protective to tell you that a hellish being is set on annihilating you. Really, Misfit is understating the case just a bit.
Catholic schoolgirl Jael picks up some significant allies in her plunge into self-knowledge, most notably thoughtful skater Rob and her newly discovered Uncle Dagon, an astonishingly cuddly demon. Here, Jon Skovron touches on religion, celebrity and the staying power of Sigourney Weaver.
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