Author/Artist: Sarah Anderson
Released: July 2nd, 2020
I received a copy of Fangs in exchange for a fair and honest review.
Are you a fan of Sarah’s Scribbles? If so, then you should be checking out Sarah Anderson’s latest piece of work; Fangs. First released on Tapas, it’s the story of a vampire and a werewolf falling for each other and dating.
It is every bit as chaotic and entertaining as you might expect. Their entire relationship is told through a series of short panels. If you read the story on Tapas, you received segments on a regular basis. But if you’re reading this collection, you get them all at once (along with several bonus panels).
Fangs is adorable and endearing in the best of ways. Fans of Sarah Scribbles will surely enjoy every moment of it – as will any new fans. Especially those that are fond of vampire and werewolves acting cute and irreverent.
This is a collection full of sweet moments – and dark humor. It’s a perfect combination if you ask me, but then I’ve always been a fan of things like this. There are a lot of tongue in cheek moments – teasing at the expense of pop culture and the like. It’s funny and entertaining. In short, it is everything that I was hoping to see from Sarah Anderson.
The artwork is different from Anderson’s usual style. The characters could not, in any form, be described as scribbles. Now they’re more accurately drawn, with better proportions and more details throughout. The choice to change styles here was a smart one, making her series distinct. It also suits the material better.