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Girls with Slingshots, Vol. 1 by Danielle Corsetto
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Jun 11, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: comics-graphic-novels, short-story-collection-or-anthology, magical-realism, female-protagonist, humor-comedy, relationships, owned
Read in January, 2008

The first 200 strips of Girls With Slingshots collected in a print edition with a smattering of extras and archival prehistory. The comic itself is gleefully frank about the cast's ideas about life, love, sex, alcohol, and acceptable underwear, with a stupidly endearing (and ridiculous and hilarious) talking cactus thrown in. The print version is visually... different than the online version: smaller, slightly muddier color quality. It was worth buying pretty much because I like the comic enough to want to support the artist.

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