Beyond all the art, Reeder also does the lettering in this book, and she brings a degree of looseness and experimentation that you won't often find in books from bigger companies. It's a nice departure from the normal, but there are a few instances where this results in unclear or ambiguous balloon placement that slows down the reading experience. There were a few times on my first read through or so that I had to stop to make sure I was following the scene properly. It isn't a dealbreaker either, but it does bear mentioning.
Speaking of bearing mentioning, this 40-page story finishes off with some nice little extras in the form of an afterwrod from our two creators, some mini-character bios, and the lines and inks of the two cover images. It's a nice little addition that gives a small sense of some of the work that went into the making of the comic. And it all looks quite nice on the shiny and sheeny paper they printed this comic on. There's an awful lot of quality in between this book's covers.