Written by Jamie S. Rich. Drawn by Mike Norton. Colored by Allen Passalaqua.
The zany misadventure of It-Girl continues when the do-gooder ditz streams into a odd reality. In her new surroundings, matter phases through her. This being a comic book, she can stand on solid ground. Someone resembling the Skunk, shown to be reformed in issue #1, appears to run to away from her at the scene of a bank robbery committed by Hedgehog and Otter. Actually, it’s villain Ferret who shoots her but It-Girl escapes back home.
Back in reality, It-Girl convinces the Atomics that the Skunk is up to no-good again. Meawhile, a shadowy figure slithers through the lab. The final scene has It Girl’s Dark Streets game starting up again.
This look inside the Michael Allred’s creations is supposed to be off-the-wall but the most creative part in this issue is the standard cover, where It-Girl somehow flies with just two feathers and Madman snacks on an apple. It-Girl is inoffensive and breezy, but a bit of a letdown from the charming first issue.
Tags: Image Comics