RICH REVIEWS: Barbie # 2 Big Dreams, Best Friends

RICH REVIEWS: Barbie # 2 Big Dreams, Best Friends

Title: Barbie # 2 Big Dreams, Best Friends
Publisher: Papercutz
Writer: Sarah Kuhn
Artist: Yishan Li
Cover: Alitha Matinez
Colorist: Laurie E. Smith
Letterer: Janice Chiang
Price: $ 7.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Website: www.papercutz.com
Comments: Barbie is helping with designing clothing for a band. The band and designers are all having fun hanging out. These girls are all illustrated so lovely.
Now Barbie is excited about the band tour and she gets Designer’s block. She is not the only one the new drummer has stage fright. It’s Barbie and friends to the rescue.
Drea is so talented but in front of a crowd, she loses it. This girl needs confidence. Her character is written so you will feel sorrow for her.
Barbie does not give up she knows she can help Drea. Barbie helps her find her own style and Drea looks gorgeous. Barbie realizes it’s not about trying to be like others it’s about being yourself. The story is truly inspiring.
This issue is emotional as we see how Barbie and her friends support each other. Girls stick together and work through anything. Girl power rules.

Richard Vasseur

Richard Vasseur is a Canadian who has had a love of comic books his entire life. I started out as just a fan reading comics every chance I had. This evolved into writing reviews for a small newsletter which evolved into having my own column at Jazma Online and doing interviews. I also worked briefly as a columnist at Comic's Buyers Guide. Everyday I am involved with doing something comic book related and I love the hobby.