So I pretty much fell in love with this character while watching Jessica Jones.
If you go into this thinking you are going to see more of Patsy and Jessica in this one, you are not. Or at least not so far. We have Patsy as different from her t.v. counterpart as possible.
She's employed by She-Hulk and living in a storage closet. While doing work for She-Hulk she is still doing what she can to help out others.
I think that since this is the first comic in the series I am going to give it some leeway. There's obviously some plot points to be followed up after this first one. We hear mention of Patsy's not that great of a mother. We know that she is known because her mother used to write comics about Patsy (shudder) and she's still dealing with the fallout from that years later. She now has a new roommate who she plans on teaching about how to be a hero, and she's working retail.
I really liked the fact that the Kindle allows you to zoom in on the panels. So that way you can right click on it which makes panel one large enough to read and you just right click and it continues with the other panels. I was worried about how this was going to look on my computer/IPAD and now I am not so worried.
The graphics are pretty good. They really remind me of old school comics though. Just the way the colors are and some of the faces that Patsy makes.
The writing though pushes this comic through the roof. We have an acknowledgement that the rest of the world knows about inhumans as Patsy and some other people are known as and we even get a shout out to female Thor.
I did love how Patsy doesn't bat an eyelash when one character explains about an ex-partner. Most books would have made a very big deal about this person being gay.
I am going to get #2 for this series just to see what's going to happen to Patsy next.