Wet Moon Vol. 1: Feeble Wanderings #2020

Wet Moon Vol. 1: Feeble Wanderings By Sophie Campbell Wet Moon Vol Feeble Wanderings As Cleo Lovedrop heads off for college at the local art school she s haunted by her melancholic past a lost love a lost child Friends and enemies live their lives around her as trouble and dissent
  • Title: Wet Moon Vol. 1: Feeble Wanderings
  • Author: Sophie Campbell
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  • Page: 198
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  • Wet Moon Vol. 1: Feeble Wanderings By Sophie Campbell As Cleo Lovedrop heads off for college at the local art school, she s haunted by her melancholic past a lost love, a lost child Friends and enemies live their lives around her, as trouble and dissent brews amongst them an unseen social assailant spreads slander about Cleo, she is forced to deal with her two brusque roommates, and discovers unsolved mysteries about the gAs Cleo Lovedrop heads off for college at the local art school, she s haunted by her melancholic past a lost love, a lost child Friends and enemies live their lives around her, as trouble and dissent brews amongst them an unseen social assailant spreads slander about Cleo, she is forced to deal with her two brusque roommates, and discovers unsolved mysteries about the girl who lived in her room previously Elsewhere, Trilby deals with unsettled emotional and sexual issues, and keeping her secret habits hidden from everyone And Audrey comes to the realizationthat, despite all her efforts, she always causes her friends distress, while Fern, a peculiar, deformed girl who lives in an isolated mansion in thebayous, begins to notice Cleo and her friends As the moon grows full andlunar rays shine down, lunacy and moon calves run free.Goths, friendship, romance, sex, betrayal, gossip, cats, murder, guilt, a squirrel monkey, and all the terrible and wonderful things people do to each other.
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      AKA Ross Campbell

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    1. I was first introduced to Sophie Campbell formerly known as Ross Campbell through newly launched Jem comics I was kind of digging her illustrations, and found myself scrolling through her portfolio in case there would be something for me to find interesting enough to read.There was I found me a Wet Moon that was highly recommended series that has some sort of college university cult reputation, and has some ingredients that seem to resonate with many The cover was too delicious to pass by, so he [...]


    2. It felt like I was reading about middle school kids in college student bodies putting their dysfunctional notions about how things work on full display The art is gorgeous The characters are whiney, unlikable, and over dramatic I was a goth This was not my world Campbell does have an interesting degree of subtly when depicting things like why Cleo is so shy and overwhelmed around Vincent The reader gets the impression of sexual ties and loss with nothing said, the art alone expressing it It make [...]


    3. I have no idea where to even start with this graphic novel It was based around a few young goth girls that were in college Not a whole lot happened, which isn t a big deal except none of the characters were that fantastic to make this remotely enjoyable The art is great, it s what kept me going but overall this one just wasn t for me It seemed to go on an awful lot of stereotypes of the goth community and there was nothing really new here I probably wouldn t personally be one to run around recom [...]


    4. I originally picked up this graphic novel because I liked the art style The story is dark, flat and senseless The characters are depressing, morbid and dry All in all I d say it s a miss but I was left with curiosity about Cleo and her mystery guy The rest of the characters are easily dispensable And I absolutely hated that to be continued last illustration Oh and Fern is a spaz.


    5. A Lack of a Title for a Lack of WordsI just came back from a weekend in Copenhagen Most of the plans I d had never came off so I ended up in my hotel room reading Wet Moon which I had just bought by chance , a testament to the fact that adventure might as well be found in a book as on holiday I consumed the first volume almost in one go, lying on the bed munching potato chips, totally absorbed like Trilby watching Star Trek.I loved Cleo from the first moment, her insecure posture, her little rou [...]


    6. Ok, I just read this one again The first time I read it was when it was brand new and Ross had just come out with it At the time I was so in love with his art I just had to own it right away, but once I read it I kinda felt like nothing happened in the book Reading it again, I was totally wrong On the face, not much happened physically Cleo ran into Myrtle head first, and mostly people gossiped about other people and fought about things that seemed trivial But yea, things did happen and all the [...]


    7. 3 I mean I didn t really get it There was so much that was just really confusing and the story didn t really flow Like they would open up a scenario and then just abandon it and never return to it which was weird especially when some of these scene seems to have been important to the development of the story I wish it was better than it was, classic case of the cover pulled me in and the book itself just couldn t really deliver.I might read the next volume solely for the facts that they re graph [...]


    8. What I did highly enjoy about this graphic novel was the artwork All the characters had different body types and looked refreshingly realistic But I honestly had no idea what was happening in this book There was a lot of random and quite boring scenes in it that lead to nothing Was there a plot hidden in there There might have been It was just too well hidden that it does not do its job of luring me in to read I will look into of Ross Campbells art, but I don t know if I will continue this ser [...]


    9. A lot of Wet Moon concerns itself with the dreariest bits of late adolescence the pointless squabbling, the anxiety and paranoia, the sheer amount of hanging around not quite knowing what to do or who to be This is the dark matter of youth, the bulk of it that memory makes invisible So recapturing it makes for great drama, right Well, not really Much of it is just as tiresome to read as it was to live And Goth protagonist Cleo is so awkward that the comic gets hard to parse when a character s de [...]


    10. cleo walks through a world filled with garbage is it really a college campus sometimes she s even barefoot she feels inadequate, overwhelmed, alone, but she seldom says so, except in her journal where she s talking to herself everyone she knows seems so self absorbed they never notice she s drowning yet she feels a connection to everyone around her, has a fear of losing them, because in some inarticulate way with magical thinking she s tied their fates together, tuned to a bogus fortune cookie m [...]


    11. Cleo is beginning college and dealing with her two new roommates, who she s convinced hate her Cleo and her friends deal with the daily angst or love and friendship, as someone begins spreading rumors about Cleo.I had the same reaction to Feeble Wanderings that I had to the other graphic novel by Ross Campbell I read Hardly anything actually happens, and I dislike every single character I can t care about a story if I don t care about what happens to at least one of the characters And just like [...]


    12. While I love Ross Campbell s artwork his depiction of pseudo goth girls is dead on I find his story to be boring I find myself not caring about a single character also find them to be complete losers I know, I know maybe he s writing about losers Maybe he always intended them to be losers Well, there s interesting losers aka, beautiful losers then there s just L O S E R S Boring, uninteresting, cruel, waste of space losers that s what we find populating this Oni Press title meant for the hipster [...]


    13. It strikes me that of all the books I ve read on , this one has the most uniform reviews what varies isn t really the perception of the book, but how much the style appeals to a particular individual.The art gets three stars from me, mainly for the great character design The storytelling is weak Does Cleo actually leave a conversation with her friends to take off her clothes and examine her body in the bathroom mirror, then go back to them Because that s the way it s drawn , and the plot s virtu [...]


    14. This is a very slow, quiet book, told most often in facial expressions and actions instead of dialogue or narration The mood is thick, the art is beautiful, and the characters are intriguing and realistic than I m used to seeing in graphic novels They re beautiful and quirky and fascinating.Set in the southern town of Wet Moon, the story follows Cleo and her band of friends as they begin college Cleo tries to adjust to her dorm room, her new roommates, and the sad slipping feeling of her friend [...]


    15. I ve only read up to the first two volumes The artwork is phenomenal and that s why I gave this 3 stars Ross Campbell draws queers in all different shapes, colors, sizes and even non ableists I felt like this book had great potential and it would have been great to read about the many stories by these characters could tell about themselves However the story was non existent I didn t connect to the characters at all There didn t seem to be much character development mostly because the dialogue wa [...]


    16. A dumpy, nervous goth and her friends bicker, try to get dates and occasionally attend their classese intended vibe is presumably a darker and less kooky Blue Monday for which someone s wearing a t shirt in the first issue , but unlike that, or Octopus Pie, or Giant Days, the characters never quite come alive they re not your new fictional best friends, just the people at the next table who won t shut up with their bullshit dramas Gorgeous art, mind.


    17. Re read 6 22 17 Still enjoyable I loved Wet Moon, Volume 1 Something about Cleo Lovedrop speaks to me The graphics are amazing, but the typography could be bigger I also love how inclusive the cast is I can t wait for Volume 2.





    18. Ugh I really wanted to like this book, to fly through this series Now, I m unsure if I ll even pick up the second one Let me start with the positive I very much enjoy the graphic black white gray format it goes well with the story I like the artwork The artist certainly has talent Most importantly, the diversity of the characters is outstanding race, body type, sexual preferences from what I can tell , even gender presentation or lack thereof in some cases.Now the not so good stuff It feels so i [...]


    19. RATING 2,5 starsThe art is very pretty to look at.Campbell has a very good grasp of the proportions of the human body and her art is polished and clean Her characters stand out against the backgrounds though, which at times look too large and off scale She also has a tendency to draw all of her characters with the same kind of pouty lips and round eyes, which makes them look very alike, which is not good in a graphic novel series that really tries to be diverse with its cast.The story in this fi [...]


    20. Feeble Wanderings is an apt title I reaaalllyyy wanted to like it I guess I was hoping for an edgier story, but, sadly, there is no plot and no real character development All we get is a bland story about slightly whiny college freshmen with a tinge of melancholy It s not that I think college freshmen or seniors are mature, enlightened specimens I went to college I know that college students can be irritatingly immature and boring Butis is a comic book, so I was hoping for something interesting [...]


    21. I try to think of things I genuinely liked about this book except for the art work and I m coming up empty There is so much going on, without any background information given I found out that the main character lost a child through the summary, it wasn t mentioned anywhere in the book it s hard to make sense of the storyline The characters aren t great either, and the girls who Cleo is supposedly friends with, do nothing but fight with her and with each other There had already been 3 fights 20 p [...]


    22. 4.5i loved the art so much that i wanted to give this 5 but you can t start that many plots at once and only give us about 2 pages of each one why is fern crawling around in a swamp why do you keep showing what appears to be a homeless girl for no reason yet idk i think i d have really loved this is they d focused a little on one thing for now and introduced some other stuff in the next issue still boss though, extremely men these lasses stop calling people fat bitches though, had quite enough [...]


    23. Really enjoyed this surreal gothic slice of life Always impressed with Sophie s grasp of style and character design One of the most visceral and immediate representations of menstrual cramps I ve ever seen in any medium.


    24. Really enjoying this series so far It s the right amount of spooky what s coming next, and sad slice of life The art is wonderful, and I m stoked to get to read another trans lady s work Hells yes to graphic novels with depth and character development Hells yes to a mostly female cast.


    25. I love everything about this The artwork, the hair, the clothes The perfect capturing of that late teens early twenties miserable melancholy and anxiety Such complex characters developed with so few words.




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