Finding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting #4 Comic Book Review

Finding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting #4Erica gives this comic five starsFinding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting #4 by Justine Prado
Art: Jenn St-Onge

I didn’t realize this comic book only went to four print issues (so far), so super short post to talk about this one issue, friends.

I loved Hunter being her terrible boss at the startup. This is definitely how life goes, when you think that you’ll never see someone again and you don’t want to, they show up in your life again. Also makes sense that Hunter seems extremely unqualified for what he’s doing, and as a white dude, it doesn’t matter. Someone thinks the “sweet” boy has potential.

The house with too many cats was fun. And how Molly keeps trying to count, but then loses track. I also wouldn’t want to scoop all those boxes. But it’s no wonder that some cats snuck their way into Molly’s purse and car.

Driving for Oinker, oh the gig economy. It’s very realistic that all the artists have other jobs. That all people are struggling in this world.

Though Molly will soon need to learn how not to waste all her weekends working for someone else. And only doing it when she really needs to.

I do hope that more of Prado and St-Onge’s series is collected into books.

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Erica McGillivray is the showrunner of 6'7" & Green. I love comic books and enjoy taking a critical and a fun eye to them. If you're interested in knowing more about me, check out my main site or my Twitter account.
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