Jennifer Wilde by Karen Mahoney and Stephen Downey

I’ve been meaning to read more in the way of comics/graphic novels for a wee while. Partly because I’m aware that there is a truck load of story-telling talent in this area, and partly because my daughter loved Anya’s Ghost and I’m on the look out for stuff to recommend to her…

So, when YA author Karen Mahoney mentioned on her blog that she’d written her first comic and that it featured the ghost of Oscar Wilde, I was keen.

Here’s a little bit about the series protagonist, Jennifer Wilde (taken from Kaz’s blog):

Jennifer is actually called Jennifer Chevalier. She is a young French artist, based in Paris in the 1920s. She also has an affinity for the spirit world (including the ability to see and speak to ghosts), although to begin with she’s more interested in pursuing her talent for painting.

Kaz Mahoney

Look what arrived this morning… Intriguing!

signed comic

Kaz has even signed it for me. Squee!! Thanks, Kaz!!

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