Trees Volume 1

Trees Volume 1 - Warren Ellis, Jason  Howard Diversity features heavily in Trees, Vol 1.: In Shadow. There are some male to female and female to male transgender characters, as well as some homosexual characters. There is also diversity in terms of races represented. This is not a book where the white people rule, by far. (But there is a crack about rich white men that had me snorting!) And there is a good chunk of the book that focuses just on one of the LGBT relationships that was nice to read.

Trees, Vol 1: In Shadow was weird, but it was also well-thought out and thought-provoking. The only thing I didn’t like, really, was the art style. Even after I finished the volume, I wanted to keep reading. I wanted to know about the Trees. I wanted to know what it was like when they first landed, I wanted to see them speak beyond the little bit that we see at the end. I thought the premise that’s laid out in the very beginning was super interesting and… well, yes, I just need to know more!

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