Synopsis: Lil Depressed Boy and his chick plan a
Thereís not much to say about the art here. Itís
pretty dull. It doesnít grab. Itís not merely the mundane colors
that lack vibe; itís also the artwork itself. Itís pretty sketchy;
it lacks a kick. I guess thatís supposed to make it compliment the
lackluster story. I can go on and on about how the art didnít move
me. Itís time to get to the story.
If the story was real effective at touching me,
the review might be longer. However, itís just a plain, basic story.
The characters donít stand out in any way. Granted, thereís a mix of
hipsters, scenesters, wanna-be punks, and maybe an emo or two, but
thatís hardly anything worth raising an eyebrow over. For the most
part, there is minimal dialogue. The story really lacked emotional
effectiveness and, I guess, for that reason the effectiveness of the
dialogue is lacking too.
Lil Depressed Boy
doesnít get much of a rating from me. Itís low because I donít think
the author wanted to show anything special. Maybe the author was
merely going for a mediocre rating. Itís hard to get into these
types of alternative comics. Many of them lack force or drive. They
are merely stories. I canít go anywhere with this.