I finally burned through Felipe Smith’s Peepo Choo the the other day. I thought the sex and violence was a bit oversaturated in the early chapters but I thought after around the first half of volume one the book really started to hit its stride tonally. I never found myself “liking” any of the central characters, but I did find myself caring about them which is an admirable accomplishment.
However, that’s not the point. I’m making this post because Felipe Smith is one of the most promising cartoonists I’ve seen pop up in recent memory and it seems like hardly anyone is talking about him. 

I finally burned through Felipe Smith’s Peepo Choo the the other day. I thought the sex and violence was a bit oversaturated in the early chapters but I thought after around the first half of volume one the book really started to hit its stride tonally. I never found myself “liking” any of the central characters, but I did find myself caring about them which is an admirable accomplishment.

However, that’s not the point. I’m making this post because Felipe Smith is one of the most promising cartoonists I’ve seen pop up in recent memory and it seems like hardly anyone is talking about him. 

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