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NO ONE EVER SAID THAT THE AFTERLIFE WOULD BE THIS WAY! Daphne Walters is loving her new life at Rycroft Manner with her ghostly roommates - but trouble is right around the corner! Rycroft’s got new resident - the musician Zola - and she’s getting close to Daphne...and causing friction amongst the residents! Meanwhile, Daphne and Kristi, best friends since high school, migh NO ONE EVER SAID THAT THE AFTERLIFE WOULD BE THIS WAY! Daphne Walters is loving her new life at Rycroft Manner with her ghostly roommates - but trouble is right around the corner! Rycroft’s got new resident - the musician Zola - and she’s getting close to Daphne...and causing friction amongst the residents! Meanwhile, Daphne and Kristi, best friends since high school, might just be the ones who can’t find their way back to each other. And since trouble comes in threes, Daphne’s former college roommate Michelle threatens to cause trouble for Rycroft....because no one said moving to L.A. would ever be easy! From GLAAD Award-nominated Sina Grace (Iceman) and illustrator Siobhan Keenan (Jem and the Holograms) comes the next chapter in the hit series about friendship, love and living your (after)life to the fullest. Collects Ghosted In L.A #5-8.


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NO ONE EVER SAID THAT THE AFTERLIFE WOULD BE THIS WAY! Daphne Walters is loving her new life at Rycroft Manner with her ghostly roommates - but trouble is right around the corner! Rycroft’s got new resident - the musician Zola - and she’s getting close to Daphne...and causing friction amongst the residents! Meanwhile, Daphne and Kristi, best friends since high school, migh NO ONE EVER SAID THAT THE AFTERLIFE WOULD BE THIS WAY! Daphne Walters is loving her new life at Rycroft Manner with her ghostly roommates - but trouble is right around the corner! Rycroft’s got new resident - the musician Zola - and she’s getting close to Daphne...and causing friction amongst the residents! Meanwhile, Daphne and Kristi, best friends since high school, might just be the ones who can’t find their way back to each other. And since trouble comes in threes, Daphne’s former college roommate Michelle threatens to cause trouble for Rycroft....because no one said moving to L.A. would ever be easy! From GLAAD Award-nominated Sina Grace (Iceman) and illustrator Siobhan Keenan (Jem and the Holograms) comes the next chapter in the hit series about friendship, love and living your (after)life to the fullest. Collects Ghosted In L.A #5-8.

30 review for Ghosted in L.A., Vol. 2

  1. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    I enjoyed this second volume, but not as much as the first one. Here Daphne is literally cut off from the world and spends all her time at Rycroft, which was interesting, but I'm glad she realized that she needs more than that. I'm curious to see how her friendship with Zola will evolve in the next volume. Also, I cannot wait to see what's in store for Ronnie and Bernard. I'm definitely going to read the third volume. I enjoyed this second volume, but not as much as the first one. Here Daphne is literally cut off from the world and spends all her time at Rycroft, which was interesting, but I'm glad she realized that she needs more than that. I'm curious to see how her friendship with Zola will evolve in the next volume. Also, I cannot wait to see what's in store for Ronnie and Bernard. I'm definitely going to read the third volume.

  2. 5 out of 5

    anna (½ of readsrainbow)

    rep: bi Jewish mc, sapphic side character, Black side character, gay side character, Persian side character i like how it's cute with just a hint of mystery (read as single issues) rep: bi Jewish mc, sapphic side character, Black side character, gay side character, Persian side character i like how it's cute with just a hint of mystery (read as single issues)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    I remember Sina pitching this at WonderCon and immediately knowing I needed it. 8 issues in and I still feel the same.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    Individual issue reviews: #5 | #6 | #7 | #8 Total review score: 3 Individual issue reviews: #5 | #6 | #7 | #8 Total review score: 3

  5. 5 out of 5

    Leighane

    I liked this one better than Vol. 1, it’s still all the things I said in that volumes review but I’m becoming more invested in these characters and their stories. And Daphnes outfits are A++++

  6. 4 out of 5

    Steven

    Consistently a pleasure to read. Super excited to see where the story ventures in upcoming issues!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Becky

    Zola 💕 The artwork in this series is stunning, the characters are incredibly diverse and fascinating, and I'm super excited to see where this story goes next! Zola 💕 The artwork in this series is stunning, the characters are incredibly diverse and fascinating, and I'm super excited to see where this story goes next!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    [This review covers all three volumes of Ghosted In LA] Ghosted In LA is the story of Daphne, a poor confused girl who moves halfway across the country to follow her boyfriend to college, only for him to come out as gay and leave her high and dry. Enter Rycroft Manor, home of a handful of ghosts who offer their incorporeal shoulders for Daphne to cry on. But ghosts come with their own problems, and Daphne’s will pale in comparison once she gets embroiled in their interdimensional mysteries. There [This review covers all three volumes of Ghosted In LA] Ghosted In LA is the story of Daphne, a poor confused girl who moves halfway across the country to follow her boyfriend to college, only for him to come out as gay and leave her high and dry. Enter Rycroft Manor, home of a handful of ghosts who offer their incorporeal shoulders for Daphne to cry on. But ghosts come with their own problems, and Daphne’s will pale in comparison once she gets embroiled in their interdimensional mysteries. There is a LOT going on in these twelve issues. There are a lot of subplots, a lot of characters, and a lot of drama, but for all that there’s going on, there also doesn’t seem to be much focus? Writer Sina Grace spends time with each character bringing their plot lines to the fore, only to either resolve them extremely quickly or to drop them in favour of another character instead. It’s very frustrating, and happens numerous times across the twelve issues, so that by the time the story ends it doesn’t feel as satisfying as it could have been. The entire character of Zola, introduced midway through, feels like she’s going to change the game, only for the game to carry on around her and she kind of just float there for a bit, while a subplot about Daphne’s roommate bubbles away for like 10 issues before being shoved to the side right at the end. It’s weird. Not that Ghosted doesn’t have things going for it – the dialogue is great, and Grace makes these characters feel real in a very short space of time. Their likes and dislikes, aspirations, and even ghostly powers are all easy to remember, and I do find myself wanting to read more about them, if just to get the closure that I don’t feel like I got here. Siobhan Keenan’s artwork is very soft, but it has an impact, a reality to it that feels out of place in a book about ghosts. Her ghosts aren’t just humans painted a different colour, even if that’s what they can appear to be at first glance; they have a weight to them that I was surprised to find. Grace himself also contributes a few flashback pages to almost every issue, and his style is just different enough to differentiate itself but not enough to ruin the visual cohesion of the book. Ghosted In LA had a lot of potential, and I’d love to see it re-explored again at some point – whether that’s from genuinely being invested in the characters or because I’m desperately seeking a conclusion, I’m not entirely sure.

  9. 4 out of 5

    N.C. Moon

    3.5/5 stars I have pretty similar thoughts about this one as the first volume. It's super nice and quick to read, and it has amazing ghostly vibes and great art. There's a potential human/ghost sapphic romance developing which is AWESOME. (The MC is queer, we don't know how she identifies yet, but she likes guys and girls.) I like the characters, I'm just not 100% invested in them. But I do feel like I liked this one maybe a little more than volume 2, even though I gave both the same rating. 3.5/5 stars I have pretty similar thoughts about this one as the first volume. It's super nice and quick to read, and it has amazing ghostly vibes and great art. There's a potential human/ghost sapphic romance developing which is AWESOME. (The MC is queer, we don't know how she identifies yet, but she likes guys and girls.) I like the characters, I'm just not 100% invested in them. But I do feel like I liked this one maybe a little more than volume 2, even though I gave both the same rating.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lane Maddox

    ⭐️⭐️⭐️! This volume was just meh for me.Over the four issues a whole lot of nothing truly happened which sucks cuz I really enjoyed the first volume. Overall might not continue series because plot is lacking and beautiful artwork isn’t enough to hold my interest. #ZolaAndDaphneIShip #MightGhostThisSeries

  11. 5 out of 5

    Celine

    Focused more on exploring character dynamics, this arc felt more subtle than the last one, but it still packed quite an emotional punch. It took a little while for me to get hooked - the first volume felt a little bit like too well-trodden ground - but as the story becomes more complex, I find myself intruiged.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jason

    Individual issues read for review. I am absolutely adoring this slice of life comic. Ghosts and college and LA mix as 2 freshmen finding their feet and navigate this transition into adulthood. Funny and heartfelt and sweet.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mohan Vemulapalli

    "Ghosted in LA" is a brilliant series that constantly keeps the reader on their toes and guessing. As a quick disclaimer I read issue 5-8, which are currently available individually. If you read these definitely check out the notes about LA in the back. "Ghosted in LA" is a brilliant series that constantly keeps the reader on their toes and guessing. As a quick disclaimer I read issue 5-8, which are currently available individually. If you read these definitely check out the notes about LA in the back.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Meghannf

    I love the plot, it drags you into their adventures. In short, you'll want to know more and more about the ghosts backstories and their present time. The art is wonderful, and don't get me started on the coloring work, LOVELY!! I love the plot, it drags you into their adventures. In short, you'll want to know more and more about the ghosts backstories and their present time. The art is wonderful, and don't get me started on the coloring work, LOVELY!!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    3.5

  16. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    yes I'm in love with Zola what about it yes I'm in love with Zola what about it

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lonnie

    This is getting weirder. I liked it but not as much as the first one, excited to see how it turns out tho

  18. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    Very quirky and diverse read. Really love the art style in this too.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Meaghann

    4.5*

  20. 4 out of 5

    Liza

    3.75

  21. 4 out of 5

    Gretal

    I'm really enjoying this and look forward to the next issues I'm really enjoying this and look forward to the next issues

  22. 4 out of 5

    Scarlett Pulsipher

    I feel the same way about this volume as I did the first. I want it to vibe, but everything just seems contrived. Also really not happy with the term "moody lez" being used. That's -- hm. I feel the same way about this volume as I did the first. I want it to vibe, but everything just seems contrived. Also really not happy with the term "moody lez" being used. That's -- hm.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Amber Nicole

    way better than volume 1 and i am sucker for ghost love stories.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Elia

    All the volumes of this are WAY too short! I want to know what happens next!

  25. 4 out of 5

    estela

    3,5 me gustó más que el anterior pero zola me tiene los huevos lacios.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rita

    3.5 stars

  27. 4 out of 5

    BookCupid

    Got my hands on this volume when it came out, and had no regrets. It picked up right where the first volume left us, allowing for further information about the haunted mansion to be revealed. It was unfortunate to see how much these ghosts miss the real world and the people they sadly left behind.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin

    Still cute, beautiful art and LGBTQIA+ rep, but I liked the first volume a little better. Still excited to see what happens in the next volume though!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Genevieve

    3.5 stars

  30. 4 out of 5

    kelsey

    i love when things get gay when ur not expecting it

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