A Game of Thrones: Comic Book, Issue 2 - George R.R. Martin
While this one was better storywise, I really didn't like the graphics when it came to the faces of the characters.

These two men are King Robert Baratheon and Ned Stark. Luckily, the king is wearing a crown, but otherwise, I'd have to look twice to see who's who due to their very similar facial features/hairdo's.

And this one pretty much speaks for the rest of the pages.

It's not that the graphics are bad in general. It's just really the facial features I got annoyed with. I don't remember having such a strong aversion to it in the first issue. They've been drawn by the same artist, so that can't explain the subtle difference. Maybe it's just my lady hormones right now...

Luckily, the storyline flows smooth here, staying true to the book and picking out the most important scenes to do so in an understandable way. It's why this one is getting a slightly higher rating from me: 3.5 stars.

I don't believe I have seen Arya or Sansa yet so far, but I definitely hope to see them in the next one!