Barbarella and The Wrath Of The Minute Eater #1
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Barbarella and The Wrath Of The Minute Eater #1

Writer: Jean-Claude Forest, Kelly Sue DeConnick Artist: Jean-Claude Forest Publisher: Humanoids Publishing Release Date: February 18, 2015 Cover Price: $34.95 Critic Reviews: 2
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Jean-Claude Forest's timeless erotic Sci-Fi classic, from which the cult-favorite movie of the same name stems from, is now available featuring a brand new, contemporary English-language adaptation by writer Kelly Sue DeConnick (Marvel's Captain Marvel, Avengers Assemble, Dark Horse's Ghost, Image's Pretty Deadly). Published in black & white, this edition includes both the original Barbarella graphic novel and its never-before-published-in-the-English-language sequel, The Wrath of the Minute-Eater.

  • 10
    All-Comic - Alex Mansfield Feb 18, 2015

    Barbarella and The Wrath Of The Minute Eateris not for everyone and at the same time, it almost needs to be seen by everyone regardless.Bringing Kelly Sue DeConnick on board to instill new life and perspective into an occasionally problematic work is a stroke of obvious brilliance and, especially in Book Two, she doesn't disappoint in her ability to both match the original tone from whence it was borne while empowering its character with new-found relevance and perspective. Forest's original art and story are well-preserved and everything that made this a masterpiece is on full display.The insanity is inexorable and intoxicating, the new adaptation is energizing, and the art is brutally addictive. An absinthe-infused, teasingly erotic journey into the unknown via a determined and sanguined heroine, Barbarella stands tall on this and any other planet as nothing short of stellar storytelling. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Geeked Out Nation - Jess Camacho Apr 13, 2015

    “Barbarella” is a very good read that should appeal to any science fiction fan, especially those looking to get into classic works. This is fun and full of huge sci fi concepts. It's a book very much worth your time and money. Read Full Review

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