Ok, I'll bite
Art quality is high - like, really high - this is very well drawn.
That said, then the first ten pages of the comic is a mess of shitty introductions... I mean, the setting seems to be a contemporary real world - but then... suddenly skeleton?
and its first at page 10 we're told that only the girl can see the skeleton. I would have pointed that out a bit earlier... and apparently the skeleton can pick stuff up, its just invisible to others...
how the fuck could it move around in a densely packed club? Seriously - throughout the comic its repeatedly pointed out that the skelly is invis to normies. All the other magic creatures appear as normal humans to normies because... shitty writing that doesn't explain shit. How can the skelly move about in normal society without bumping into people!? one of the biggest plotholes in the comic.
that said, then the comic does present the girl in a very nicely "not perfect" form - she gets tired, she's a mess in the morning, so on. Works with me, but fuck if this comic is slow about introducing anything that even smells of a plot.
I can't even tell from the first twenty pages if this is a slice of life comic, or if its meant to actually have a longer overarching plot. Fuck it - binge mode:
Page 25 - ok, big points for pointing out hipster music bullshit. Like, big points.
150 pages in, ok - the comic takes a look at how messed up the girl's childhood was with growing up with an invisible skeleton. Only complaint I have is that we're supposed to be believe that nobody ever saw it move stuff around? No, that's just too far out. Still, it reinforces the idea that the main character is flawed - and that works well.
Though... fuck me - 150 pages in - and its not just slice of life, its slice of life with no sense of progression or anything really happening. Hell, 150 pages in, issue 5, we're still being introduced to new things like her past or the fact that the skeleton apparently eats thing. Like, for real. It doesn't just fall down through the rib cage either.
Does the skeleton poop?
page 213 - so... she's bisexual? Well that came out of nowhere. We've only seen her date/flirt with men so far into the comic, which had been going for over a year at this point. Lazy writing, but its a minor nitpick
Here the comic finally seems to get into gear and get interesting:
275 - some random joker shows up who can hear the skeleton? no explanation how... ah ok - suddenly we're shown all the magic shit living in the real world, via some magic veil or bullshit.
300 - ok, so the rap try-hard moron is a little more than that. that's a nice twist
332 - santa is real apparently
352 - magic bug infestation? the cure is apparently dank nugs
and more random shit
It took me about 2 hours to power-binge through the archive of this.
Its in-offensive not-harry potter "human in a magical realm" type slice of life. Short mini arcs, very little if anything that even smells of a long-term arc. There is the occational scare, but five pages later its pretty much all forgoten.
ARound page 500-ish there are hints of a long term sub-plot about shadowy somethings that might be working to wipe the main character girl's mind so she can't see magic creatures anymore - because normie humies aren't supposed to be able to do that to begin with. But fuck, that sub-plot only seems to get maybe a page or two every 80 pages or something.
I bookmarked it for the M-W-F comics I watch - the art alone is worth keeping tabs on this for. The plot? meh, its bland and inoffensive, but with a reasonably unique twist, though comics like skindeepcomic.com does the "secret magic world that exists in parallel to normie humans" much better, and even has long overarching plots, though it updates much slower.