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  • Paperback: 112 pages
  • Publisher: Titan Books Ltd (25 Sept. 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1845767632
  • ISBN-13: 978-1845767631
  • Product Dimensions: 19.2 x 0.8 x 25.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 61,166 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Starts off stupid, turns pseudo-intellectual, and ends up all stupid again" "Sheer sensual enjoyment, by jingo it's a must!" - Jonathan Ross "Sexy, psychedelic and spleen-splittingly funny." - Maxim "As much of a wisecracker as she is woman warrior." - New York Times"

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Peter Milligan has written a dazzling variety of comics for all of the major comic book publishers, including Shade - The Changing Man, Animal Man, Enigma, The Extremist and a highly successful run on Marvel's X-Statix. Jamie Hewlett is best known as the visual genius behind the award-winning, virtual pop group Gorillaz.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. Morter-laing on 7 Jan. 2010
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Tank Girl was delivered in perfect condition as advertised, and as usual, Jamie Hewlett never fails to provide bizarre whacky entertainment!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. D. H. Lowe on 27 Nov. 2009
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I think my title sums up my thoughts on this latest outing for TG and the gang. Riffing off Ulysses and every other rendition of Homer's Odyssey the writers could think of, TG: Odyssey sees the usually jumbled and non-linear TG take a direct, structured approach for once. At first I worried there might be a loss of energy as a direct result of losing the freeform style of the original strips, and of course this is a graphic novel rather than a collection of serial strips so the energy *has* to be different, but the anarchic wit and ambience survives the transformation. Indeed, I might even venture to say this is one of the best outings for TG I've read. Whilst the plot is structured, that isn't normally a problem in any kind of novel, and the writers have concocted enough twists and turns in the story that it doesn't feel the TG crew have sold out. Indeed, it's deceptively elegant, because it still feels anarchic, it's just that now we can follow a linear plot too, which makes the whole thing easier to engage with and enjoy. TG still rules, and she's keeping with the times!
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Tank Girl gets her grubby paws on the Odyssey... 8 Feb. 2010
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This comic is essentially a "Tank Girl" version of the Odyssey. We start out with Tank Girl having been at a party for years at "Troy's house," when Booga (kangaroo bf) is given an offer by a movie agent to be made a "much bigger star than Tank Girl." Meanwhile, Tank Girl assembles a crew (various cast regulars and cameos by the creators) to get back in time to slaughter Booga's suitor and must overcome obstacles such as Tankie's dead mother, a hotel that only accepts payments in eyeballs, a goth-rock band called "The Sirens" and more. What I think is admirable about this is that Alan Martin, co-creator and usual writer of Tank Girl, stepped out and was replaced with Peter Milligan for this story. Peter Milligan, with fairly limited knowledge of Tank Girl, managed to capture the essence of Tank Girl and also wove an interesting "Tank Girl/punk rock/bogjoke" interpretation of the Odyssey. This book, like the other remastered editions I've reviewed, has an introduction from the author (a different author this time) as well as an additional comic about Tank girl and Booga camping out in Arlington National Cemetery. The story for Tank Girl Odyssey isn't too bad, although there are times when you can almost tell that it's being written by someone else (mainly because it doesn't end with Alan Martin's usual "then she takes acid and blows up the planet" type of ending). As for the content, it's the usual immature substance abuse, drinking, toilet humor, femme fatale act you'd expect from Tank Girl. The Odyssey reference is also pretty interesting for those of you who aren't uncultured swine.
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Tank Girl: The Odyssey 13 Feb. 2011
By shamus - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm really glad I got this book. It's funny and the art is good and it kinda does follow "The Odyssey". It was made after the horrible movie, so there's cracks in the story about it. The staff is included as characters (poor Jamie). I guess I should add that it's not for small children. But, if you're getting a "Tank Girl" you probably know that already. For me, a 43 yr old geek girl, this was the perfect thing to unwind and lighten up after stressful days. BLOOD AND SNOT!!
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By Nikki Farris - Published on Amazon.com
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again, i love tank girl and all her crazy antics which is why i rate this so high. but fusing tank girl and the odyssey was almost as painful as reading apocalypse. i love the fact this still has the original illustrator, but you can't replace original tank girl stories
All the mutant kangaroo hijinks a girl could ask for. 3 Oct. 2013
By E. Skipp - Published on Amazon.com
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Pretty much what you should be reading your daughter for a bed-time story to grow her into the true badass she has the potential to be. Then buy her a tank. Great comic, great art.
I'm a huge Tank Girl fan and am so happy to build up my collection 1 Mar. 2015
By Heather Cargill - Published on Amazon.com
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Shipped fast! I'm a huge Tank Girl fan and am so happy to build up my collection. Thanks!
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