Lenore: Wedgies Paperback – 26 May 2006
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"Morbid as hell, mortality has never seemed so funny." -- Zero Magazine, April 2006:
"Roman Dirge has the best imagination this side of Tim Burton" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
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The art style is utterly unique and detailed; I have never known anything like it.
The sketches are short and amusing, yet with a dark twist.
One of my favourite comic book series
An unstoppable bounty hunter named Pooty Applewater was dispatched to retrieve Lenore and restore her [once again walking] corpse to the underworld. A good plan on the part of the Dark Overlord that unfortunately failed once Pooty decided that he preferred the world above to Heck and that he really liked hanging out with Lenore. Ragamuffin was greatly displeased by this development, but the Dark Overlord was even more narked and so came up with an even more nefarious plan to thwart Lenore's undead antics. Let the killing and gory bloody mess begin...
Lenore: Cooties is the third volume of Roman Dirge's gloriously macabre creation and, while every bit as gory and outrageous as the earlier volumes, marks a departure from his previous episodic style to a more cohesive, comprehensive graphic novel format. This change in style means, happily, that there is more character development as well as more involved plots in this volume as compared to the previous two, which serves to make it a more satisfying reading experience.Read more ›
It's the first time I've read a graphic novel and I happily read it whilst sitting in my back yard with a can of lager and with the Chorley sun shining.(Which doesn't happen very often.) It's a series of silly stories in the surreal world of a cute little dead girl!
Well I couldn't think of a better way of spending a day off and it is hilarious! I kind of fell in love with the cute little dead girl and must catch up with her again at some point. Maybe again with a can of lager and a spot of sun.
If you fancy a laugh, a real laugh and not just a laugh that you get at the expense of acquiring a literary headache ( see the 100 year old man that jumped out of a window and disappeared), then read this! It's not a comic, honest, it's a graphic novel.
Ok it is a comic. 5/5
The characters are drawn so well, and the humour is just perfect for me. My husband bought me one for my birthday and I have since purchased 2 more. They feel collectible, look good, the jewel coloured spines looking good on the bookshelf. Brilliant.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love Lenore! if you like dark humor you will love this caracter, it's a cute and funny trouble maker :)Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I love all Roman Dirge's books and this is no different. Leore, I adore you! A very nice hard cover and wonderful illustrations. I wish there were more that the current 5...Published on 15 Jun. 2014 by Dyna Sund
...unless you already own it...or know that someone is going to buy it for you....Roman Dirge is a genius and Lenore is one of the funniest, weirdest little comic book cookies out... Read morePublished on 5 May 2011 by Ms. R. Gardner
brilliant book, funny from start to finish and the art work is simple yet compelling, love itPublished on 3 Sept. 2010 by dyrewl