Twig #5 is in stores and digital shelves today.
I don’t want to say that the LAST page was the most exciting one…because the whole issue was freaking amazing…but it’s VERY exciting. Congrats to the entire team. Once again everything—writing, art, colors, lettering, editing—works together seamlessly in producing a visually stunning, emotional resonate, wildly entertaining story. And yes, every page demonstrates that Jean-Francois Beaulieu is a genius—his colors are mesmerizing. Seriously, it’s impossible to look away. My eyeballs just want to drown in them each and every time I open one of your comics and start reading. Thanks for another great story!
Can’t believe Twig is over, it was such a great read really enjoyed.
Congrats to the whole team for the great work! I indeed felt warm fuzzies after finishing it :). Can't wait to see what new trouble Twig, Splat, and Lobee get in to!
Read it! Loved it! Posting it on my IG!!
This has been such a fun and unexpected series to pickup! I've loved the writing, the art, the colors, etc. Can't wait to pickup issue #5 and see what lies in store for Twig!
One of the most beautiful stories I’ve seen in the medium! Can’t wait to grab #5! And hope it carries on!!
So, I’m 35 and never bought a comic until this series came out. I saw it and thought is that Jim Hensons last fever dream on paper, needless to say it was love at first sight. The story telling grabs your heart and takes it for a roller coaster. The characters and and critters bring the entire world to life as your reading, and the backgrounds are a story in them selves. This story has turned me into a comic collect as an adult, and I am thankful for it. Mr. Young, if you are reading this comment I want to say thank you for making something that really brings back my childhood and it is a story I can read to my son. I truly hope you decide to keep this story and characters going for much longer then the miniseries. Thank you again!
Big fan of Twig! I love this series.
Not going to lie. I'm sad. From the first time I saw that little face, I knew he was going to be something great. This has been a bit like being a kid again excited over Labyrinth, Dark Crystal, or Neverending Story and telling all my friends about it. Kind of weird as an adult. But being inspired so much by a character I was compelled to draw him, that's never a bad thing. I hope he'll come back one day and we can all share in his journey again.