When a boy at her school commits suicide, Skim finds herself examining her own outlook on life. Like most teenagers, she’s struggling to find her place in the world, dealing with loss and loneliness as she blossoms into adulthood.

This poignant coming-of-age story is being marketed to attract those looking for a more sophisticated, gentle read. It has a broader appeal that, its publisher hopes, might draw in some of those readers often reluctant to sample comics, because of the stereotypical misconception that they only appeal to superhero fans.

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