Review: Public Relations #1

Cody Tromler Cody Tromler
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October 1st, 2015

A comic loving guy from Omaha, Nebraska. Also host of Dan Dashly Discusses, the internet’s 2,368th most popular youtube comic review show.

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While Public Relations has an interesting setting and a number of great one liners the main characters and plot fail to keep one's interest and the book suffers as a consequence.

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On October 1, 2015
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Summary:

While Public Relations has an interesting setting and a number of great one liners the main characters and plot fail to keep one's interest and the book suffers as a consequence.

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Public Relations is a tale of monsters, magic and marketing, with maybe a little bit of romance thrown in. While one of these themes doesn't sound like the others, Public Relations attempts to bring the mundane and the magical together into one sleek, snarky and sexy package. While it isn't always on the mark, it's an intriguing effort and therefore worthy of a ComiConverse review.

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Public Relations tells the tale of Dan Clover, mild mannered middle manager, who's whole world changes because of a simple wedding invitation from his estranged father. Dan uses the opportunity to ask out the girl of his dreams, Threnody Dark, a graphic designer with sensibilities to match her name. The two set off for Sardonia, which is apparently as magical as it is obscure. While there Dan

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While Public Relations has an interesting setting and a number of great one liners the main characters and plot fail to keep one's interest and the book suffers as a consequence.

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