Published by Image Comics on February 9th 2016
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Orio and Bauble have settled nicely into the city of Cobble. But as more of Bauble's nature reveals itself they find themselves facing a much greater world outside of Cobble's walls.
I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This has not influenced my review in any way.
Hinges Book One was very confusing for me. Mcclaren’s art style takes some getting used to, and her ideas are quite abstract and slow to unfold.
Thankfully, in this installment she managed to weave in new and old plot points in such a way that my understanding of Orio’s world went from about 20% to 60%.
Setting understanding aside, Hinges is a feast for the eyes. The muted palettes add to the details in the simple line art. We see strange glimmers of a stranger world. I was enthralled. There is certainly more room for character and story development in the future installments, but I thoroughly enjoyed the mystery laid out in this book.