Cursed Pirate Girl Annual #1

Cursed Pirate Girl Annual #1

Writer: Jeremy Bastian Artist: Jeremy Bastian Publisher: Archaia Studio Press Release Date: October 14, 2015 Cover Price: $9.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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What's to Love: Jeremy Bastian's intricate artwork is unlike anything in modern comics, and his first Cursed Pirate Girl graphic novel has garnered wide critical acclaim. Now he's back to bring readers the next chapter of the Cursed Pirate Girl's adventures in this over-sized annual in the vein of Alice in Wonderland meets 19th-century political cartoons.

What It Is: The fiery Cursed Pirate Girl and the young Apollonia continue their search for the pirate girl's father, one of the pirate captains of the dreaded Omerta Seas. This is the first annual installment of Volume 2 of Cursed Pirate Girl with 52 pages of all-new story.

  • 10
    Comic Spectrum - Bob Bretall Oct 19, 2015

    This was one of my favorite comics of 2015. It carries a $9.99 price tag for its 52 pages, but it took me a really long time to read, in a good way. There was so much story packed into the are and writing I spent as much time basking in this one issue as I spend on 6-8 standard superhero comics. Given the amount of actual entertainment value I got out of this issue, it was worth every penny it cost me. I cannot recommend this highly enough, it's well worth a look. Open it up, flip through it. I think you'll agree this has the “different from every other book on the racks” factor in spades. If you like what you see, BUY IT! Then get the hardcover. Then settle down and get ready for a long wait for Chapter 5, but I think however long the wait is… it will be well worth it! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Florida Geek Scene - Brian Reed Oct 21, 2015

    All this brings me to my conclusion, which may not be what you expect. Do I think this is a good comic book? No, I don't. Do I think there are much better books to buy this week? Of course. But am I happy to have this book? Yes. Do I think you would enjoy it if you bought it? Absolutely. It is more a work of art than just another comic to bang through this week. Each page is strikingly beautiful, and even if you have to plod through reading it once, I bet you'll still come back to just look at the images and remember what you read. This is easily a case of the whole being greater than the sum of its parts, and if anything I've said about it interests you at all, you should seek this book out immediately. Read Full Review

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