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Jungle Girl Omnibus, Volume 1

Jungle Girl Omnibus Volume Taking you all the way from the genesis of the original series to the stunning conclusion of the first season to the exciting opening of the nd season of stories and Jungle Girl delivers action exci

  • Title: Jungle Girl Omnibus, Volume 1
  • Author: Doug Murray Frank Cho Adriano Batista
  • ISBN: 9781606903179
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Paperback
  • Taking you all the way from the genesis of the original series to the stunning conclusion of the first season to the exciting opening of the 2nd season of stories and Jungle Girl delivers action, excitement, twists, thrills, and the finest illustrations of dinosaurs and the female form found in comics today Cho and Murray take the action underground and underwaterTaking you all the way from the genesis of the original series to the stunning conclusion of the first season to the exciting opening of the 2nd season of stories and Jungle Girl delivers action, excitement, twists, thrills, and the finest illustrations of dinosaurs and the female form found in comics today Cho and Murray take the action underground and underwater as clues regarding Jana, the undisputed Queen of the Jungle, finds out about her mysterious past, and the mysterious island she calls home Clocking in at over 230 pages, this omnibus collects issues 0 5 from the original Jungle Girl series, and issues 1 5 from Season Two And let s not forget all the amazing Frank Cho and Adrian Batista covers

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    1. Jungle Girl Jana lebt in einem Dschungel, in dem alles ins Riesenhafte wächst: Muskeln, Brüste, Schlangen, Dinos…äh, Dinos? --- Ja, Dinos also, Würmer, Egel, Käfer und natürlich auch (der Klassiker:) Kraken.Den Gegenpol zu dieser Gigantomanie stellt Janas Garderobe dar, ein Mikrobikini mit ständing pittoresk zurseite wehendem Lendenschurz, alles zusammen komfortabel im Quadratzentimeterbereich zu messen. Und wie jede junge gutaussehende Frau zieht sich Jana gelegentlich um, auch wenn di [...]

    2. The artwork is off the hook. Frank Cho has to draw the sexist women in comics. I've also been a sucker for jungle adventures since I saw my first Johnny Weissmuller Tarzan at age 4. The story starts off really strong and love the Edgar Rice Burrough's influence but it just got a little over the top for me.

    3. The most important thing you need to know about this title is that it is pure, unadulterated pulp. It is cheesy in a throw-back sort of way and it celebrates that. I’ve been getting a lot of pulp and neo-pulp from Dynamite for some time now. For the time being, they seem to be the undisputed masters of the revival in pulp comics. Jungle Girl is an older pulp than the one that gave us Batman, The Shadow, and detective stories. Jana, the eponymous jungle girl, traces a direct line back to Tarzan [...]

    4. First off, this is the Cheesecake Factory of comics - every three or four pages minimum, Jungle Girl is featured in some action position in a bikini of fur or leather. It's embarrassing to read. But if you can get past the sheer prodigious amount of glorified female anatomy on display, there's actually a decent story. Not so much Volume one, which is the trope 'airplane crashes in world with extinct animals' plus a female Tarzan, with the additional 'persons in the party aren't who they seem, an [...]

    5. This omnibus volume collects the first two Jungle Girl comic miniseries (or "seasons," as they're labeled in the book). I enjoyed it a great deal, but potential readers should be warned that this series pushes style over substance. The artwork is gorgeous and the characters fun, but there doesn't seem to be much of an overarching plot. The eponymous Jungle Girl Jana and her companions instead plunge from one dangerous scrape to the next, with only the flimsiest overall mission guiding their cour [...]

    6. This is the most tiresome thing I've read in a while. It manages to perfectly channel all of the really annoying part of the pulps with none of the fun. Every issue is the same: fight monster/walk around/splash page when a new monster rears its head. There is no character development, never even an inkling of danger because Jungle Girl can beat anyone, anywhere, nonsensical plotting, and the least-fun lost world I've ever encountered. The art is good, but come on! that outfit is ridiculous. Over [...]

    7. Prendi una tarzanide che cambia bikini ogni 20 pagine (seriamente, questa ha cambi disseminati per tutta la foresta), aggiungici una troupe televisiva (il cameramen voleva girare video porno ma l'hanno reindirizzato sui documentari naturalistici). Amalgamare il tutto con un tocco di LOST e un L'Isola Misteriosa (quanto basta, giusto per insaporire). Mescolare il tutto e legare con un disegno davvero bello che fa dimenticare la trama piatta e troppo ricca di fanservice.Poteva essere meglio, ma an [...]

    8. Got this in Dynamite Comics Humble Bundle.I kind of liked this comic. Lots of action, interesting turns of plot, and intrigue. However, also a bit of noticeable Tarzan-esque cliches and jungle adventure cliches and tons of bloody cheesecake. I'm not saying it's a BAD comic, in that it managed to be quite entertaining and not very annoying at that, but it also didn't really rise above it.

    9. The storyline was a little wonky here and there and the comic never seems to take itself to seriously. I guess that's also kind of the point. No one reads a Frank Cho comic solely for the plot. All of his spectacular good girl art more than makes up for any shortcomings.

    10. I really respect Cho's talent as an artist, but he needs to stick to drawing! The dialogue was awful and the plot lost track of itself several times throughout. I'd only give it a star but the art was pretty good.

    11. In a lost valley, a gorgeous amazon in a thong fights dinosaurs.The art is beautiful and the plot is paper thin, but entertaining.Not pretending to be anything more than a fun, pulpy adventure by a guy that likes drawing naked chicks and dinos.

    12. I'm sorry, I don't think I could say anything really positive about this one other than it's just for drooling over some beautiful Frank Cho covers.

    13. Really trashy, plus really stupid story. I actually regret reading through this one, despite some cool dinosaur art.

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