Flutter, Volume Two: Don't Let Me Die Nervous

Flutter Volume Two Don t Let Me Die Nervous In Flutter Volume Don t Let Me Die Nervous Lily learns that even a year old shape shifter can t run away from her problems With her loved ones in danger she returns to St Charles to live as Je

  • Title: Flutter, Volume Two: Don't Let Me Die Nervous
  • Author: Jennie Wood Jeff McComsey Chris Goodwin Jeff McClelland
  • ISBN: 9780692510551
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Paperback
  • In Flutter, Volume 2 Don t Let Me Die Nervous, Lily learns that even a 15 year old shape shifter can t run away from her problems With her loved ones in danger, she returns to St Charles to live as Jesse and protect them But knowing what she s capable of, can Lily be content as a popular high school varsity quarterback Comments about Flutter, Volume 2 from the VirginiaIn Flutter, Volume 2 Don t Let Me Die Nervous, Lily learns that even a 15 year old shape shifter can t run away from her problems With her loved ones in danger, she returns to St Charles to live as Jesse and protect them But knowing what she s capable of, can Lily be content as a popular high school varsity quarterback Comments about Flutter, Volume 2 from the Virginia Library Association Diversity Award Judges An original concept to frame the superhero genrearound a LGBTQ story with elements of the spy genre Flutterhas enough components to warrant discussion of the characters and storytellingelements Overall this is an exciting story with lots ofpotential Although it reveals itself to be a superhero origin story, it alsomanages to embody a spy thriller, a high school romance, and a noir crime storywithout losing itself It also takes the time to meditate on the nature ofgender and sexuality and the influence of society in how we shape ourperceptions of self and others, and inspires us to consider what we could be ifwe defined ourselves This graphic novel tackled sexuality and gender in acreative manner using science fiction , but the issues were real for manyyoung people and they were handled thoughtfully and respectfully.

    One thought on “Flutter, Volume Two: Don't Let Me Die Nervous”

    1. Great comicGraphics are alright but the coloring was very well done. A lot of interesting viewpoints Can't wait for the next one

    2. Love this volume - even more than the first volume and I liked the first one a lot. Loved seeing Lily come into her own, explore what she can do and own up to her actions. Loved the pace of the story. Also, the color work in volume two by Chris Goodwin is amazing. Cannot wait for volume three!

    3. Love this volume - even more than the first volume and I liked the first one a lot. Loved seeing Lily come into her own, explore what she can do and own up to her actions. Loved the pace of the story. Also, the color work in volume two by Chris Goodwin is amazing. Cannot wait for volume three!

    4. I received the graphic novel through in a giveaway. Flutter Volume's 1 and 2 are about a girl that can physically change her form into a boy. The government is searching for her and her father. They want her because of her powers. They want him because she was an unexpected part of an experiment and her father took her. The girls mother can also change forms and helps to hide them. They move to a new town and Lily falls in love with a girl. The girl is straight so Lily becomes a guy and enters [...]

    5. My thoughts on Volume Two were very similar to those on Volume 1. A decent read with decent art that occasionally got sloppy. However, through the first four parts, the story flowed much better this time, however, it did lose it's way in the fifth.Worth the read, but was hoping it would evolve a bit more.

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