After reading Saga, I felt I had to get my hands on Vaughan’s other series. However, I wasn’t as drawn into this world as I was with Saga. The supernatural/science fiction elements were not the most exciting to me, and I’m not even sure I’ll give the second one a try. I didn’t really connect with any of the four main girls, and the other characters in the story were not exciting to me either.
Set in the 80’s, this is the story of four paper girls, running their paper route on Halloween. One of their walkie talkies is stolen, and they go on a quest to find it. When they run into some people with bandages covering their faces, they begin to feel like something weird is going on. The rest of this volume is them beginning to discover the weird things that may be going on around them, and then ending up returned to their regular lives.