Aim (Vol. 2)
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Kesh L’echo is a short tempered but well-meaning girl on the lower East Side of New York City. Her friends are a bunch of backstabbing losers, and her love life is almost non-existent. A little girl has been kidnapped from her hometown, and no one listens to Kesh’s theory about alien abduction. And to further complicate matters, Kesh has to watch her friends get their butts kicked on national TV. This black-and-white series picks up where the original five-issue mini-series left off.
While somewhat humorous, Aim is crudely drawn and lettered, and the subject matter is definitely not for children.
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