Title: Sweeties # 1 Cheey/Skye Publisher: Charmz is an imprint of Papercutz Story by: Cathy Cassidy Written by: Veronique Grisseaux Art/Cover and Colors by: Anna Merle Price: $ 9.99 US Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Website: www.papercutz.com Comments: The first thing we see is Cherry standing up to a bully. It is great to watch Cheery stand up for herself and stand against Kirsty. Kirsty deserves what she gets and a whole lot more. It is wonderful to see it illustrated so well. Cherry is so full of life and she is illustrated as a lovely girl. She does have a vivid imagination though which can get her in trouble. The countryside is illustrated and colored beautifully. Cherry and her dad are joining his girlfriend and her four daughters as one big family. One daughter Honey is drawn as a gorgeous blonde and has a boyfriend Shay. Shay and Cherry both like each other which is easy to see will lead to problems. The other three daughters are nice. Honey though and Shay both are looking to cause trouble. This does set up for some family dynamics. Cherry does tell little white lies. They are to make herself feel better and so others do not know she is not perfect. She does not need them. Cherry is your typical young teen girl she just wants to fit in and be liked. As we learn more about Cherry you will also feel for her for the loss of her mom. Cherry finds out she is getting a new mom. Except for Honey her life is getting better. She also has learned you do not need to lie to make friends just be yourself. It is a good lesson for everyone. The twins Summer and Skye are two separate people. Summer wants Skye to be like her and Skye is starting to be her own person. This might cause problems and drama but Skye does deserve to be her own person. Skye does have an adventure without her twin. It is all hers alone. Skye and her dreams make her life more interesting. Skye's dreams may not be real but her romantic adventure with them is. This family is fully of beautiful girls and they do have such wonderful lives. It is a pleasure to read about them. This is a great comic for young girls or anyone else.