Author: Brian K. Vaughn (writer) & Fiona Staples (artist)
Published Date: December 17, 2014
Publishing Co.: Image Comics
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Spoiler Alert. Stop here if you haven’t read this far in the series.
I’ll admit when I picked this up and the first page said, “This is the story about how my parents split up” I almost threw the book across the room. Marko and Alana are NOT allowed to split up. EVER. As I read on though, I did enjoy the relationship flaws and how they handled things. It gave another angle to their personalities that we haven’t seen before. The stress of raising a child is enough on it’s own. Raising a toddler while being in hiding and a heightened sense of paranoia, just takes the cake. I imagine that should their relationship survive this mess, it will be even stronger.
That bat girl was about to get hit in the mouth though for hitting on Marko.
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Aaand there’s the machete… That last comment made my night 🙂
Ha! I would definitely cut her for Alana. 😉
I shared your reaction to that line, haha. I just finished Vol 8 of this today, actually. This series is so good! 🙂
People keep telling me it’s good all the way through and that makes me very happy. 😀
Love the shoulder pads. The world needs more big arse (ass) 80’s style shoulder pads dammit!
Leg warmers made a come back for awhile, shoulder pads could too!
And maybe one day even snap bracelets will be back yayyyyy
Haha I felt very much the same regarding “the bat hussy”. 😛 I was talking to someone about her before and they said they had been rooting for her for some insane reason. Fuck. That. NO!
You need to kick that person out of your life. 😛