Writer – Marty Legrow
Artist – Marty Legrow
Publisher – Action Lab
Review by Jeremias de Leon
A quick summary of the story is as follows. After getting their accessories the aspiring toy models come to grips with what it means to be essentially stuck in the roles they’re given. Some are ready to accept it, some are questioning it, and others are flat out refusing it.
One thing about the writing that I have to give credit is that the characters all have their personality and charms to them that make them very intriguing. Even if they don’t say much.
Just like before the art keeps up it’s very cute unique style that’s like a blend of cartoony and realistic. It’s one of the strongest points of the series at the moment.
If there’s one word to describe this series so far, it’s “charming”. It’s quite a joy to read about these tiny characters getting into hijinks and learning about themselves as they grow up. Toyetica # 3 gets a 9 out of 10.