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  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Image Comics (28 Jan. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1607068486
  • ISBN-13: 978-1607068488
  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 16.5 x 25.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,768,071 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Although Marvel and DC are still the big sellers on the market, it is maybe Image Comics that edits the most interesting comic books these days. One of those is “I Love Trouble”, a limited series of 6 issues by talented newcomers Kel Symons and Mark Robinson collected in this trade paperback.
You cannot really subsume this book to a genre. (Mild spoilers cannot be avoided.) 24 years old Felicia is a crook. A runaway at the age of sixteen that has done several minor jobs for the mob and has pissed off her former employer. When her plane explodes during flight she finds out that she is a teleporter. She pretends her death and returns to her lover, crook mate Johnny, who is a foul penny. Soon after she is contacted by one blind Thomas, mysterious agent of an international corporation with ambiguous ethics. They want to recruit her as an assassin.
The story is sophisticated, definitely of mature content as the cover says and - I have to admit - so complex, that I had to read it twice to get at least most of the finesses. The art is something else! Robinson is a stunning talent, his physiques are in a strange way disproportionate, but in a way that just fits esthetically. I just love it! By reasons unknown Robinson had to be replaced in issue six by Nathan Stockman although the last issue shipped months delayed.
This is one of the most stunning graphic novels of the last years. Highly recommended.
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queer super crook mobster parody drama 25 Jan. 2014
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Format: Paperback
Although Marvel and DC are still the big sellers on the market, it is maybe Image Comics that edits the most interesting comic books these days. One of those is “I Love Trouble”, a limited series of 6 issues by talented newcomers Kel Symons and Mark Robinson collected in this trade paperback.
You cannot really subsume this book to a genre. (Mild spoilers cannot be avoided.) 24 years old Felicia is a crook. A runaway at the age of sixteen that has done several minor jobs for the mob and has pissed off her former employer. When her plane explodes during flight she finds out that she is a teleporter. She pretends her death and returns to her lover, crook mate Johnny, who is a foul penny. Soon after she is contacted by one blind Thomas, mysterious agent of an international corporation with ambiguous ethics. They want to recruit her as an assassin.
The story is sophisticated, definitely of mature content as the cover says and - I have to admit - so complex, that I had to read it twice to get at least most of the finesses. The art is something else! Robinson is a stunning talent, his physiques are in a strange way disproportionate, but in a way that just fits esthetically. I just love it! By reasons unknown Robinson had to be replaced in issue six by Nathan Stockman although the last issue shipped months delayed.
This is one of the most stunning graphic novels of the last years. Highly recommended.
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