Graphic Novel Review: Miranda in the Maelstrom

Miranda in the Maelstrom, Vol. 1 by Riley Dashiell Biehl

Miranda in the Maelstrom, Vol. 1: Enter the Maelstrom
by Riley Dashiell Biehl

4 out of 5 stars

Miranda was caught in an interdimensional storm and separated from her parents. She learned to survive all alone on a barren planet, until another storm lifted her onto the decks of a pirate ship. She travels to different worlds, looking for her parents and having adventures with her trusty dog, Noodles. Sometimes, she makes friends, but Miranda has learned to be wary of who she can really trust.

I loved this exciting plot! There are so many imaginative worlds and dimensions with crazy stuff happening. The characters are all so different and weird-looking. It’s really imaginative and fun!

Miranda is such a strong character. She has a soft side to her that she learns to ignore, and she tries to pretend that she is battle-hardened. But truthfully, she is always ready to help those in need. I loved her character arc and her complex personality!

Each chapter has a different artist, and it was really interesting to see how they each imagined Miranda and her world a little differently. I loved all the unique art styles, and the vibrant colors!

Warning: These is some violence in this book. A couple of guys get beheaded, and one guy is split right down the middle; another guy has his arm cut off. But there is very little blood or gore, so it didn’t gross me out.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.

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