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As a lover of the romance genre, Lucky Penny felt to me like a pretty light read that also managed to include dramatic fight scenes, comedy, and some serious heart throb moments between two pretty likable characters.The story starts with the stubbornly optimistic Penny losing her job and her apartment.But when she agrees to go on a date with the slightly dorky and quiet Walter in exchange for free showers at the gym, will her luck begin to turn?What about the rumors of middle schoolers causing trouble, does that have anything to do with the sounds she’s hearing outside her shed door?All of these probably wouldn’t have had the impact they did if its pages and panels were planned differently.Aside from all the technical details, what makes Lucky Penny a great graphic novel is its story.I saw a lot of his influence in both Ota’s style and the story overall, a story that follows the lives of two very flawed but passionate people trying to come together and grow into adulthood while facing some seemingly unlucky events.If you haven’t had a chance to take a look at Lucky Penny, here’s a quick synopsis: Penny Brighton is a woman down on her luck.
She’s embarrassed about a tattoo she got on a whim when she was younger, is unsure of herself even as she runs headlong into her problems, and is inexperienced in love even as she puts herself confidently out there and boasts about her stash of sexy romance novels.
She manages to convince herself that living in a storage shed is a good idea and finds a job at a laundromat her friend’s family owns.
Through all of this she manages to look at everything in a positive light.
And I think we can see half or all of this in both main characters.
Penny has always been an outspoken lover of romance novels, especially the ones with the shirtless, bustier-ripping men on the covers.
However, I think this was also made clearer through their use of values and panel pacing.