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I Feel Sick #2 (I Feel Sick #2)

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I FEEL SICK is the first full-color comic book written and drawn by the comic artist Jhonen Vasquez and colored by Rosearik Rikki Simons.

It revolves around Devi d. from Johnny the Homicidal Maniac (JTHM), and her dealings with the same supernatural and/or psychological forces that drove Johnny to lunacy.
Paperback, Sixth, 32 pages
Published 2008 by SLG Publishing (first published May 2000)
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Jan 08, 2014 Swankivy rated it really liked it
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Yes, this is just "A Book about a Girl," in which Devi, a minor character in JTHM, recounts her bizarre failed relationships and slowly goes insane, in the clutches of an empty-eyed painting she's named Sickness. "I HUNGER FOR ASSMEATS, BITCH!"
Aug 21, 2015 Nick rated it it was amazing
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For anyone who has felt the double edged sword of creativity. Anyone who's felt that the work they have slaves over is equally responsible for the creation of the creator. I Feel Sick is hilarious, but only on surface layer, it's a dark labyrinth that only goes to show that the work some of us create to give us purpose and to express oneself in a suffocating world, is the very thing tightening the rope.
Eve Kay
Jun 22, 2015 Eve Kay rated it it was amazing
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Part one ended in such a place that a sequel was necessary.
This is also one of my favs so I wouldn't mind it going on for longer than.
I love her crazy life, I hope she never grows up!
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Jan 08, 2014 Tabitha rated it it was ok
Is it fair to give two volumes of the same series the same review? As I said in my review of the first volume, I bought and read these two knowing nothing about them besides the author.
The art in the two books was nice, I liked the variation in line weight, something I hadn't seen so much of in Vasquez's other comics. The color choices were fun too.
Overall though the story was just too dark to be enjoyable. I'm so used to Vasquez injecting some levity into his commentary and satire, and it seeme
As far as I'm concerned, much as I like Jhonen Vasquez's other stuff, this is the only thing that he's done that compares to Johnny. It focuses on Devi, Johnny's love interest, whose paintings seem to get inhabited by the same creativity-sucking, tenticle-inducing evil force that attacked Johnny. It's short, and I suppose derivative, but the humour is spot-on and amongst the funniest he's done. Also the artwork is great. Definately recommend.
Julie Decker
Aug 16, 2014 Julie Decker rated it really liked it
Devi slowly goes out of her mind in the thrall of her own artwork--a doll named Sickness. She recounts her terrible, terrible relationships (some of which were maybe a little bit homicidal?) and discusses her incredible lack of luck. Still, she'd rather be a raving artist than a retail worker again. Art is dark, character is charming and compelling, writing is atrocious in the best way possible.
Roby Cazden
Jan 08, 2014 Roby Cazden rated it it was amazing
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Devi is a brilliant character ans I am so glad that Vasquez developed her past her initial appearance in the "Meanwhiles." The writing is excellent and silly all at once. It's even better than the I Feel Sick #1.
Apr 03, 2015 Tasha rated it it was amazing
Fantastic follow up to the first one and the ending does not disappoint. Not to mention artwork is still phenomenal.
Aug 02, 2010 Morgan rated it it was amazing
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I can't remember, but I think I liked this one better than the first, but I don't remember why. Whatever, they're still both amazing.
Sam Valladolid

El humor de Jhonen no es para cualquiera. Por eso lo amo. Me ayuda a elegir mis amistades con más cuidado.
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