A review by rodica_b
Invisible Kingdom, Vol. 1 by G. Willow Wilson


A sci-fi setting for this gorgeously illustrated story about an amazon-like interplanetary retailer and a religious order of nuns dominating the political scene of this world.

Pro: - the premise is super interesting, in the right hands, this could be an amazing story about politics, consumerism, self sacrifice, religion
- it’s superbly illustrated, I would not mind to have a couple of prints hanged, that’s how good they are
- it has potential to become a more powerful and complex story

Come: - it’s jumbled and underdeveloped, the story needed more time and framing
- we are not given enough time to care about most of the characters
- plot holes and unconvincing explanations

It’s worth a read, but it could have been so much better