In Visions of Booga, we join Tank Girl and her marsupial hubby Booga as they find themselves the victims of the worst run of bad luck ever. Their tank has been lost in a wager and the Australian Mafia are after their pelts. Their only hope seems to lie on the other side of the country, with Booga's estranged little brother....
|Title||:||Tank Girl The Collection|
|Number of Pages||:||136 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Tank Girl The Collection Reviews
I started this book on my initial trip to Korea, and I finished it on the bus to Seoul to leave Korea. And I hated it.
Tank Girl is essentially a rough handbook on Australia. Tank Girl herself embodies the attitude of Australians, at generalization that is accurate for the majority. This version is beautifully colored so that the full effects of the speed chase, the landscape, and characters from kangaroos to koalas are vibrant and engaging. Notably Tank Girls outfits, which change from chapter to chapter if not sooner, are fantastic in their eclectic yet attractive style. An easy read, an even easier one if you have heard or know the Australian accent.
Although I was sort of enjoying this book, it ultimately just got too tedious. Plotlines never quite manifest. Instead, there a bunch of random stories which always leave me feeling like I've missed a few issues. Tank girl is fun, and the chaotic writing is sort of charming, but it ultimately just didn't make me want to keep reading.
ultimate awesome. tank girl is my hero.
It was like taking a bunch of really good drugs, all at once, and I mean that in only a good way.