You can always count on hilarious comedic moments entwined with a backdoor approach to storytelling. The story is everywhere at times, going off the tracks only to wrap it back around perfectly. That sorta style could dive bomb quickly. But Alan Martin seems to know how to juggle such off the wall ideas to tell a dynamic story. Reading this series gives you the feeling you're on this gonzo vacation with the cast. Next month the team will pick up where we leave off with its new series.Bits and Pieces:I can't recommend this series enough! Both art and storytelling is a unique approach you don't see often done this well. Although the miniseries has ended, Alan Martin has left it open to explore again. That's once we get back from their next adventure. Can't wait to dive into the new series next month. Read Full Review
Being a long time Tank Girl fan, I might be biased when I say that everyone should read this issue. However, it's much better to have read the series before starting at issue #4, so head out to your local comic shop and catch up! Tank Girl is a character that we can relate to, envy, hate, love, and everything in between. It's going to be interesting seeing her team deal with World War II"this is going to be good, so make sure you keep reading along! Read Full Review
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