Publisher: BOOM! Box So another year has passed and somehow it is already December. In a matter of weeks we will be saying goodbye to 2016 and hello to a… Read more »
Elizabeth’s castle is in ruins, and neither her nor Penny Dora can find the Wishing Box – that they plan to use to fix the mess Elizabeth made.
On the one hand, the mellow nature of Lil Depressed Boy is what makes it so likeable and gives it character; while on the other, it makes for slightly dull reading. Thankfully the characters are amiable and the art work is tremendous.
Lil Depressed Boy isn’t a laugh-a-minute, blink-or-you’ll-miss-it romp; but it is an endearing read, as always, there is a cliff-hanger that threatens the very existence of comics’ cutest couple and the naturally funny dialogue ensures that Lil Depressed Boy is as pleasant and enjoyable a read as usual.
Penny Dora’s friend Elizabeth borrowed the wishing box and made herself a princess. Penny tries to make her act sensibly, but her job won’t be easy.
Penny Dora decides that her friend Elizabeth can have the wishing box for some hours. Was it the right choice?
It was two days after Christmas, and Penny’s first thought was “If you can’t trust your best friend, who can you trust?” So she gave the Wishing Box to her best friend Elizabeth. Or…PRINCESS Elizabeth, as she was soon known in her kingdom of Southern California where she ruled over all the dragons and beasties and even Penny herself.
Issue 3 of Lil Depressed Boy proves to be another consistent outing of an endearing protagonist to whom we can all relate. At least emotionally if not physically.
Penny Dora got a box for Christmas. It might just be a magic box that makes her wishes come true. She’s scared, but her friend Elizabeth wants to experiment.
After his sort-of-ex-girlfriend Jazz threatened to ruin his night, Lil Depressed Boy is soothed by Spike and makes a pretty big life decision.