I found Wendy Pini at precisely the right time in my life. I was probably about 13, and was utterly STARVING for anything fantasy related but couldn't get into Robert Jordan or Michael Moorcock. I adored her comics, checked the collections out from the library, and would devour them within a day.
I honestly don't get why people are coming out to say they didn't like the art style. The genre was so small- besides her, the two others that spring to mind are Drew Hayes' Poison Elves and Dave Sims' Cerebrus and both of them have odd art styles and are entirely unfettered works by their creators, and you can see them growing in their skills as they progress.
I mean, I kinda do get why people gotta come out to crap on her, but I don't like it --nor am I here to make people question their internal prejudices against romantic literature aimed at a female audience (or at least a more female audience than is typical for comics or fantasy works).