Scullion: A Dishwasher’s Guide to Mistaken Identity

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Scullion: A Dishwasher’s Guide to Mistaken Identity is a great book if you’re in the mood for a lot of laughs! The art style adds to the fun due to everyone’s hilarious facial expressions. The bright colors and added effects in the background (when characters are having some strong emotions) make it really fun to look at.

All the characters are fun in their own way. I think most readers will find that they enjoy one or more of them. Mae is an adorable character, her loyalty and attitude toward things make her really fun. I relate to her most closely because she doesn’t quite know what she wants to do yet as a career. Darlis is adventurous and silly. He wants what’s best for his friends and knows what he wants to do in life…and it is not washing dishes.

Petey and Grubs, our two troll friends, are really cool together and their brother/sister relationship is really cute, even if they try to kidnap people! Petey seems a lot like a typical older sibling, always trying to look out for Grubs. Since Grubs always has terrifying and yet amazing plans, this keeps things interesting. And lastly, I think everyone will agree that Terron is a pain in the butt, but you’ll have to read the book to find out why!

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Author Jarad Greene
Star Count 4/5
Format Trade
Page Count 160 pages
Publisher Oni Press
Publish Date 2020-07-07
ISBN 9781620107539
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Issue July 2020
Category Sequential Art


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