Sequential Art Volume 1
Paperback, 54 Pages
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A collection of strips 1 to 100 from the webcomic series Sequential Art (www.collectedcurios.com)
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Jun 11, 2010I'm am excruciatingly glad that I have bought this! The colorful cast of charecters make it easy to get used to, and there is a wide variaty of jokes that make you laugh every time! A wide variaty of jokes for adults, and jokes for younger people! Though you can find all of the comics online,('Cept for four speacial only-in-the-book-ones!)you get a certain sense of satisfction when you dont have to boot up your computer to laugh out loud. All-in-all, one of my best purchases, ever.
Dec 17, 2009If you're a fan of SequentialArt, the web comic. Then you know what this book's about. The best use for theses are to introduce none web surfers to one of the best comics ever drawn! They make great coffee table/waiting room books and random gifts for people.
Aug 3, 2009"That's such a Samantha thing to say" This really is work of a substantial quality, on all levels, that deserves to sit high above the run-of-the-mill crowd on Lulu, and I hope the author enjoys a huge success. HGH| fashion blog| shopping | celebrity
Apr 29, 2009"Hilariously brilliant!" This comic is an absolutely brilliantly constructed joyride of humorous entertainment! A highly recommended read, and well, well worth the money!!! 10/10
Apr 13, 2009"Classic Material" I read this from start to finish with no break, and then pined for more. What got me hooked was the humour, which is strong throughout, occasionally with mild sexual content, but as I continued it dawned on me that the exceptional strength of this work is in the characters. It was because I loved them so much that I kept on reading. They are so endearing, and Jackson manages to capture their extreme personalities in a few short panels. They are all brilliant but you just can't argue with Scarlet's appeal as the cute idiot of the bunch (or is she really so dumb? Time will tell). This really is work of a substantial quality, on all levels, that deserves to sit high above the run-of-the-mill crowd on Lulu, and I hope the author enjoys a huge success.
Jan 7, 2009"This comic is what strips in the papers should be!" The art is absolutely amazing. Mr. Jackson has a true gift at expressions that really makes this strip come alive. He also has a sense of humor that, though more geared towards adults with such subject matters as going to a high school reunion or dealing with the creepy furry fan who bought your roommate, is not overly risque in it's treatment. What really makes this comic strip shine is it's characters. It has the human straight man that is found in a lot of strips out there, but with Art you find that he's not been played as a caricature. He has not been dumbed down or played as inept and completely lacking in common sense of taste. It has a stay-at-home nerd penguin, and let's face it, there needs to be more penguins in comic strips today. There is also a catgirl who loves video games and though she's got a bit of a mouth on her at times as well as a mischevious streak, her heart's in the right place. Halfway through... More > they are joined by an overly cute and naive squirrelgirl who has a tendency to steal every panel she's in. You just can't help but fall in love with her. The ensemble as a whole makes a cast that truly makes this strip shine and will leave you definitely wanting more and wondering when volume 2 is going to come out. *hint, hint, Mr. Jackson*< Less
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- Standard Copyright License
- January 5, 2009
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Black & white
- 0.31 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 9 wide x 7 tall
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