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Tank Girl : Two Girls One Tank
by Alan Martin and Brett Parson


Overview - The first of a brand new Tank Girl trilogy from series originator, Alan Martin, and artist extraordinaire, Brett Parson

Expect a healthy dose of delirium and plenty of ball-crunching action in this high-octane cross-country skirmish that asks the question: is this world really big enough for TWO Tank Girls?  Read more...


 
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Overview
The first of a brand new Tank Girl trilogy from series originator, Alan Martin, and artist extraordinaire, Brett Parson

Expect a healthy dose of delirium and plenty of ball-crunching action in this high-octane cross-country skirmish that asks the question: is this world really big enough for TWO Tank Girls? Strap yourself in, folks; it's gonna be one helluva ride

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781785853562
  • ISBN-10: 1785853562
  • Publisher: Titan Comics
  • Publish Date: December 2016
  • Page Count: 104
  • Dimensions: 10.1 x 6.7 x 0.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.5 pounds


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Books > Comics & Graphic Novels > Contemporary Women

 
Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2016-12-05
  • Reviewer: Staff

Dont expect any narrative cohesion in a Tank Girl comic. But for its cult followers, thats part of Tank Girls charm: a punk rock romp through postapocalyptic Australia as the title character shoots, kills, and farts her way from one inane set piece to the next. Subversive when it debuted in 1988, Tank Girl burst from the minds of two Brits, writer Martin and illustrator Jamie Hewlett. In this revival, Martin gives the story the familiar madcap energy of a caper, as Tank Girl hunts for her missing tank and the imposter who stole it. Even though the comic is still chaotic, the times have caught up. Stories of women fighting against the patriarchy arent as rare today as they once were. Parsons art is clean but lacks the expected layer of snot and grit. Those looking for a bit of nostalgia may enjoy this, but new readers will probably be unimpressed. (Dec.)

 
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