The Wonderful World of Tank Girl #1

The Wonderful World of Tank Girl #1

Writer: Alan Martin Artist: Brett Parson Publisher: Titan Books Release Date: October 18, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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The Wonderful World of Tank Girl #1 - Tank Girl Strikes Again!
Tank Girl and the gang are back, in this, the first of four brand-new, epic, stand-alone stories!
In Tank Girl Strikes Again, our anti-heroes try to pull off their biggest caper ever, but, thanks to Booga's gormless plotting, they barely escape with their lives. This is Tank Girl on true classic, chaotic, idiotic form!

  • 8.0
    Capeless Crusader - Jeremy Radick Nov 7, 2017

    With co-creator Alan Martin handling the writing duties and Brett Parson on art, The Wonderful World of Tank Girl #1 is just as much insane, vulgar and gleefully provocative fun as the character has always been. Look, there's no point in really talking too much about narrative and plot when it comes to Tank Girl. This world has never been about conventional structure. Rather it's about energy and non-conformity and embracing a stream of consciousness style of mayhem. Things aren't supposed to be conventional. And though I wouldn't put this issue near the top end of Tank Girl's craziest and most unhinged tales, it does embrace a balls-to-the-wall sense of energy and total disregard for anything other than hi-jinks and taking the piss out of anything nearby. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Graphic Policy - Logan Dalton Nov 8, 2017

    Even though it relies a little too much on bathroom and fart jokes reminiscient of late period Dana Carvey or Adam Sandler movies,The Wonderful World of Tank Girl#1 fully embraces its new anthology style, genre spoof format, and Jamie Martin and Brett Parson cut loose with the outrageous personalities of Tank Girl, Booga, Jet Girl, Sub Girl, Barney, and a character whose only purpose is to randomly quote Shakespeare. Also, Parson is a dirty, sexy, funny, and violent artist, and his mastery of all these characteristics makes this book worth picking up even if you're not a die hard Tank Girl fan. Read Full Review

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