Angora Napkin #1
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Angora Napkin #1

Writer: Troy Little Artist: Troy Little Publisher: IDW Publishing Critic Reviews: 1
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    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Oct 5, 2009

    Angora Napkin is akin to Josie and the Pussycats, if Josie, Melody and Valerie drank absinthe, were promiscuous and longed to act as heralds of a revolution. At first, it seems simply like an oddball, goofy study in excess, but the louder side of the plot and characters hides the fact that Little has hidden some clever but twisted thinking and worldviews in the script. the topsy-turvy notion of the girls trying to convince a zombie that death is worth living is smart and entertaining, and their jubilant diatribe about everything that's wrong with the world of the living is quite relatable. Mind you, the characters are so extreme, it's difficult to relate to them. Really, what the band (and its unrestrained enthusiasm) represents is the reader's id. The reason it's so easy to delve into their exaggerated, over-the-top adventures is that similar fantasies, frustrations and foolishness are all unfolding in that small corner of our brain to which we confine our own Mollies, Beas and Mallo Read Full Review

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