Review: Oddly Normal, Vol. 1 by Otis Frampton

Screen Shot 2016-05-13 at 08.17.14This follows Oddly Normal, a ten-year-old girl with pointed ears and green hair— a half-witch who will be the first to tell you that having a mother from a magical land called Fignation and a father from Earth doesn’t make it easy to make friends at school! On her tenth birthday, she blows out her cake’s candles and makes a disastrous wish.

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Now, Oddly must travel to Fignation to uncover the mystery of her parents’ disappearance.

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I loved the look of Oddly Normal, so I picked it up and it did not disappoint. I’m still amazed with the art style, it’s so stunning with all the details and the color palettes.

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And when Oddly arrives to Fignation, she has new classmates, new teachers and bewilderment new lunch menu. Oddly enough the first day of a new school is a strange going on …

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Screen Shot 2016-05-13 at 09.23.53 I’ve been staring at all the pictures from the volume for so long because they’re just so gorgeous.

I’m excited to see what the next volume will bring.

3/5 stars

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