"The problem with the story isn't just that it's been reduced to a puzzle, but that there was so little else there to be reduced. (Graphic mystery. 6-12)"
The mystery has always been a strange type of story. It often takes a terribly traumatic moment—a murder or kidnapping or theft—and turns it into a puzzle to be solved. Happily, the crime in this graphic novel isn't particularly traumatic.
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