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Girls: Survival (Girls #3)

3.83 of 5 stars 3.83  ·  rating details  ·  299 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Ethan's girl troubles just seem to keep multiplying... and multiplying and multiplying. The clones, spawned from his one-night stand with a beautiful woman, continue to prey on the women of Pennystown, taking their bodies to a mysterious giant sperm-shaped vessel. In order to find a way out of this nightmare, everyone must stand as one. But when temptation beckons, can the ...more
Paperback, First Edition, 152 pages
Published November 15th 2006 by Image Comics
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Mikael Kuoppala
The third volume of ”Girls” takes the Twilight Zone premise of the series (a town isolated by an energy field as it’s being taken over by identical naked women who multiply by having sex with human men) and the conflict that has been growing (a war between the sexes as the invading women kill all females and seduce the males) and finally utilizes their potential fully.

I’m a sucker for stories- real or fictious- of groups of people abandoning civilized behavior while threatened or just isolated f
Volume 2 may be my favorite one in the four-volume run.
It really gets tough in this one. Not only do the people have to worry about the aliens/clones.
They have to worry about their neighbors now too. It's women against men.
Everything that is happening in this little town brings a lot of suppressed feelings to the surface.
There's a lot of misogyny and misandry going around.

The women are fed up with the men, who are (at least some of them) having sex with the aliens, creating more of these women-
David Frank
I feel dumberer.
Wa Conner
The Luna Brothers, Jonathan and Joshua, do an excellent job of providing beautifully rendered art, and above average character development and realistic conversations and engagements among the populace of a small town who experience and discover something frightening and troubling about themselves, and by extension ourselves.
This series about an alien invasion has been really good. I absolutely hate some of the characters in it, which is a sign of great characterization on the part of the creators. They really capture the feelings of paranoia and dread that surely would rule people when in such an insane situation.
Gore. I like gore.
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