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4.3 out of 5 stars
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4.3 out of 5 stars


on 25 January 2017
As a fan of Milligan in other contexts it a shame that, much like Alan Grant's approach in Apocalypse, he fails to really hit the right notes writing Tank Girl. Indeed at one point he goes so very wrong that this verges on travesty (specifics impossible without spoilers). The Odyssey narrative works (especially if you know Ulysses well) but this feels like fan fiction rather than cannon and (like Apocalypse) can easily be skipped.
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on 29 August 2017
love it
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on 27 November 2009
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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on 7 January 2010
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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on 8 October 2015
love the art work in this graphic novel
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on 11 September 2016
Great
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