Friday Fitzhugh spent her childhood solving crimes and digging up occult secrets with her best friend Lancelot Jones, the smartest boy in the world. But that was the past, now she’s in college, starting a new life on her own. Except when Friday comes home for the holidays, she’s immediately pulled back into Lance’s orbit and finds that something very strange and dangerous is happening in their little New England town.
I really enjoyed both The Private Eye and Barrier, which were also released by Panel Syndicate in the same “pay what you want” model, with artists Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente joined by writer Brian K. Vaughan.
For books like this to appear out of thin air at any price you feel is fair, it’s amazing, especially with incredible talent like Ed Brubaker and the previously mentioned Martin, and Vicente onboard. I’m looking forward to giving this a read as soon as possible.