Octopus Pie Volume 2 (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
176
Utgivningsdatum
2016-04-05
Förlag
Image Comics
Medarbetare
Gran, Meredith
Illustratör/Fotograf
Meredith Gran
Illustrationer
illustrations
Volymtitel
Volume 2
Dimensioner
163 x 226 x 15 mm
Vikt
340 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781632156914
Octopus Pie Volume 2 (häftad)

Octopus Pie Volume 2

Häftad Engelska, 2016-04-05
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The Brooklyn stories of love, madness, nostalgia, and displeasing music continue in this second OCTOPUS PIE collection. Eve and Hanna have each other's backs as they navigate the emotional pitfalls of twenty-something life, but there's chaos and confusion to spare. "It's hard to say where the strength of OCTOPUS PIE really is because Meredith can juggle so many things so well-the humor, the natural touch in the dialogue, the relatability of the characters in the world that she has created. There is a complex, empathetic sort of quality to that world and you feel rather at home in it."-Kate Beaton, Hark! A Vagrant
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BOOKLIST -- Roommates Eve and Hanna have finally come to somewhat understand each other, but their lives are still chaotic. Eve and her boyfriend, Park, are navigating tricky relationship waters as he thinks about moving to Chicago for a job. Meanwhile, Eve still has feelings for Hanna's drug-dealer friend, Will, who is dating Marigold, and Hanna is caught up in the drama. Gran's second volume of her webcomic about slacker, stoner, and hipster twenty-somethings in NYC is slightly less random than volume one, as the stories deal more with the growing pains of young adulthood and focus less on odd-ball occurrences. Because of this, the characters' struggles are more relatable than earlier in the narrative, and readers familiar with the characters will find themselves a bit melancholy by the end, though new readers may be lost. Gran's figures-all big heads and wide eyes-are satisfyingly cartoonish, which in a strange way makes their antics ring more true. A nice addition to graphic novel collections needing realistic comics that aren't nonfiction or memoirs.