Even better than its predecessor. (Somehow.)
Quite honestly, I was a little sceptical about Friendly Hostility
to begin with. I was a big fan of the author's previous comic, Boy Meets Boy
, and I honestly didn't think that she could write anything better.
Luckily, though, I was proven wrong, big-time. Fox and Collin are great protagonists, and it's easy to care about most, if not all, of the characters. They're all very real, and the Character Development
From reading the main page, I had learned that the last year or so of the comic was drastically Darker And Edgier
, but oddly enough, I didn't really pick up on this. Sure, Fox and Collin's relationship does become increasingly rocky (and let's not even get into where it goes in Other Peoples Business
), but I choose to believe that the two of them make it work somehow. (Yes, against the odds and everything.)
Oh, and a tip? Take the author's advice and listen to this
song when you read the final comic. It just seems to cap off the whole thing perfectly.