Story & Art: Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba
Cover Date: March 2010
Early on in issue 1 of Daytripper, Bras (the main character) is talking with his best friend and mentions the trip they took to Salvador when they were 21. This month we see the story of that trip.
The story focuses on a woman that Bras meets at a local festival. It contains a few surreal moments that is appropriate for a story about falling in love in a strange land. At times it almost seems like it could be a dream. Vacation romances can take on a dream like quality. Based on the end of this story, I did not think we would see the woman again.
The storytelling continues to be outstanding. The art does a fantastic job of sequential storytelling.
There is no denying that this series has the potential to be a classic comic. I think the subject matter will appeal to more than the regular comic readers.
This issue did not rank quite as high as the first one. The ending of the first story pushed it over the top.
4 out of 5 stars.