From the first panel I ever saw of Jessi Sheron's, I thought she had a great eye for angles. By the end of the first page of her's I read, I felt the same way about her layouts. Her artwork really takes its time to set the mood of a scene, and often uses subtle, imaginative symbolism, but never feels as if it's extraneously padding the book for length.
Am I seeing things, or do the shadows cast by those columns look like teeth inside a gaping mouth?
Jessi Sheron's The Evil Queen is no exception. It's a moody fantasy that's similar enough to Maleficent that Disney fans will enjoy it, but distinct enough to stand on its own, with plenty of suspense and sorcery in the mix.
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