Toxic Comix #7 by Barry Southworth
Itâ€™s been a while since the last issue, which means that the overall story here is incredibly hazy for me. That being said, this issue had significantly less of the problems that I bitched about last time, so aesthetically I have almost no complaints at all. The one thing I can still bitch about is the spelling as, while there are fewer errors, the ones there are really change the meaning of the sentence. Still, itâ€™s greatly improved overall. As for the story, this one is mostly about Trinity (as you may have guessed from the cover), a goth girl whoâ€™s just trying to get by at her local school, along with her only friend, a devout Christian. That particular relationship isnâ€™t explored all that much, as most of the book is devoted to some creepy boys from her school trying to convince Trinity to take a ride with them and the consequences of that ride, in this world and the next one. A pretty solid issue that makes me wonder where this is all going, and where on earth I put my back issues for this so I can check that out.