Mute's Moments Volume One

Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Mute is a young elf who cannot speak, ironically living in a world where even a door might have a voice.The alarm clock may criticize your sleeping habits and the T.V. remote might sprout legs and run away. That's just Mute's daily life. These are little stories about an ordinary elf and his abnormal surroundings.
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Review by: J.M. Swan on Aug. 12, 2015 :
Really nice artwork and a good flow in the story. Truly enjoyed reading it and will look forward to what will come next.
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Review by: Mary Blackwell on Aug. 02, 2015 :
I loved the feel given these short tales by the artwork, so much expressed and humourous too. It is very short and no plot so like the other reviewers, for me it feels like it is an introduction to a character and world but having said that I felt an emotional resonance with a number of the characters despite the lack of storyline per se.
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Review by: Hobbe Noxious on July 28, 2015 :
Very cute. Light and fluffy little snippits of our main character every day life. Absolutely lovely watercolour artwork throughout.

I look at this as a teaser for things yet to come, and look forward to possibly seeing a storyline with more meat on it's bones eventually. As it stands, however, it's very palatable and I don't have a single real criticism.

Also, Miss Chow: we, your audience, demand more Dark Lord!
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Review by: Ryan Lee on July 27, 2015 :
The artwork is very colorful and well done, and the characters' expressions where capture in each frame.

As of now this first volume appear to show some promising development that might concur in future volumes. That is the reason why I am not writing it off, and did not rate this as a half one star rating. The reason I am saying that is because the basic story plot seemed very sound, where slapstick comedy and heart-warmth moments can occur in this well illustrated children comic. However, in this first volume it lacks conflict, humor too dry, and there was at least one grammatical typo.
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