Ahoy Captain Cats here and today we are going to look at the second issue of Maria Llovet’s horror story Porcelain and see if it keep up with the first issue.
We pick up where the first issue left off and we see Beryl and her black cat Raubritter running in the Dollhouse with the help of Axel, who has been there for some time, and see what has happened to the others who came in and never left. We see that the house works like The Tardis from Doctor Who in terms of a small looking building on the outside, a very huge living space, and such on the inside. We also see there are two hallways with the names “Thanatos” and “Eros” which translate to the Greek Gods of “Death” and “Love.” From here on out we see a more different aspect of the Dollhouse and we are left with another cliffhanger.
Porcelain is one of those comics that just get crazier and crazier but in a good way. It makes you want to read more and once you hit the last page you can’t wait to see what happens in the next issue. If you haven’t read the first issue got and read it, it is worth it.