The thing that makes this comic some next level shit — that makes it surely worthy of inclusion among Jonathan Bogart's Comics Everyone Should Know and Love series — is the Hermione character’s sassiness and hip lingo. This page demonstrates it most densely: “No diggity! It’s some kind of a library about magic!” she enthuses. “Ari! Quit buggin’!” she scolds later. And on other pages she spouts “Freaky!,” “Don’t get all ‘weenie’ on me,” “Wicked cool!,” and “That is off the chain!”
What’s not off the chain, however, is that to read the whole thing you have to send TheTruthforYouth.com $2.50. Clearly, my soul cannot be saved by mere jpegs. According to Wikipedia (SPOILER), Ari ends up being saved by prayer. Well that’s all very good for people being attacked by evil wizard authors, but what can Jesus do for me?

The thing that makes this comic some next level shit — that makes it surely worthy of inclusion among Jonathan Bogart's Comics Everyone Should Know and Love series — is the Hermione character’s sassiness and hip lingo. This page demonstrates it most densely: “No diggity! It’s some kind of a library about magic!” she enthuses. “Ari! Quit buggin’!” she scolds later. And on other pages she spouts “Freaky!,” “Don’t get all ‘weenie’ on me,” “Wicked cool!,” and “That is off the chain!”

What’s not off the chain, however, is that to read the whole thing you have to send TheTruthforYouth.com $2.50. Clearly, my soul cannot be saved by mere jpegs. According to Wikipedia (SPOILER), Ari ends up being saved by prayer. Well that’s all very good for people being attacked by evil wizard authors, but what can Jesus do for me?