In Woman World, Aminder Dhaliwal imagines a quiet apocalypse. The reader is lulled into a world of bold and simple lines, of stark black-and-white against pastels. In the world of Woman World, men have slowly died out and the generations that knew of men firsthand are dying as well. This is a society where women are refocused at the center of life and the comic is at its absolute best when it delves into the personal, intimate lives of these women, truly living to their fullest at the end of days. Surprisingly, this comic is full of happiness and humor, of intimate moments and quiet reverence. It’s deeply philosophical, but at the same time eminently enjoyable throughout.