The third comic book of the Garfield series is all about your all time favorite orange chubby cat Garfield teaching you how to always embrace yourself no matter who you are. Whether you are very small or a little bit big, this cat will help to motivate you that you should be yourself because life has a really big obstacles coming your way in so many interactions and other ways. This typical comic strip would show you examples of ways how Garfield may not enjoy his life at home sometimes because of his peers such as Lyman and his dog Odie living with him and Jon.
In my opinion, I thought that while looking over this comic strip didn't really make much of a difference between this sequel and the first one. I mean it is true that they can be both humorous but I just think they all seem the same. On the bright side, I kind of thought these comics are enjoyable at some point. I find some of them a bit too long though but that' s okay. I don't like the fact some of the graphics drawn are kind of repetitive. Maybe if the illustrator could have more of a variety in their imagery, the reader would probably not get too bored from reading future comics. And also, anyone of all ages can read Garfield comics since they are considered family friendly about most of the time.
Reviewed by Hannah Rachel, Grade 10