This issue, Mini Kus! #13, marks the last in the latest round of offerings from the publisher, and it’s a strong note to end on that punctuates the general sensibility of their line. In what seems to be inspired by true events, we learn that even in the face of state sponsored censorship, art lives on eternally as an abandoned house becomes more than the sum of its parts. Baeza’s erratic and energetic lines establish what ideas can be to young minds, “giving shape to their emotions,” as a stray line of dialogue offers. The book posits on page one that “This is a sad story,” but it’s also unapologetically hopeful through the symbolism it puts forth. Grade A+.