21st Century Tank Girl #1

21st Century Tank Girl #1

Writer: Alan Martin Artist: Jamie Hewlett Publisher: Titan Books Release Date: June 3, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Jamie Hewlett returns to Tank Girl! After a break of 20 years, artist extraordinaire Jamie Hewlett (GORILLAZ) is leaping back on the Tank Girl wagon, re-teaming with series co-creator Alan Martin to bring you a whole new take on the foul-mouthed, gun toting, swill-swigging hellion! Featuring riotous 100% original content from Hewlett & Martin along with contributions from a host of series stalwarts and newcomers, get your head down, put your hands over your private parts, and prepare for a chaotic collection of strips, pin-ups, and random carnage!

  • 8.2
    Comic Crusaders - Adam Cadmon Jun 9, 2015

    Titan is the perfect home for it and now is the perfect time for a Tank Girl book. The character has always been unapologetically amoral, outspoken and brash. 21st Century TG isn't my favorite Tank Girl book, and admittedly I've only just begun to explore the Tank Girl Universe, but it is great at doing what it sets out to do " gives readers a compelling reason to get interested in the anti-heroine again and have some fun with the casual mayhem that undergirds her world. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    All-Comic - Dan Pennacchia Jun 11, 2015

    In each chapter of this first issue, Martin features Tank Girl in some very strange and very entertaining missions. Despite the book being no longer than a normal monthly single issue, 21st Century Tank Girl feels packed with material thanks to its anthology format. For long time fans of the character, this new issue will be a lot of fun. For new readers, there is certainly enough in here, from the varying art styles to the crudeness of the characters to keep most entertained. Tank Girl is likely to have a very specific audience, but it still manages to be enjoyable. Read Full Review

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