Pink White or Blue is a powerful narrative experience with horror elements, in which you spend some time in the shoes of a transgender person as the try to cope in a binary world.
You start Pink White or Blue as a feminine character in a beautiful country ranch, picking flowers and spending time with the horses that roam there. It’s an idyllic life, full of beauty and happiness, but you find pages of a comic book that tell a story of someone having a much worse time than you – and then you start to have visions of their life. There visions are dark and full of pain and physical abuse.
Pink White or Blue goes to some very dark places, but it’s also full of beauty. The artwork is fantastic throughout – whether depicting the beauty of an imagined world or the harsh reality of a real one. There’s lots of clever imagery throughout that alludes to how binary the world is and lots of clever hints as to who the protagonists are.
It’s a powerful experience that approaches some heavy subject matter and deals with it in a thoughtful and thought provoking manner. Highly recommended.