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SuicideGirls, Vol. 1

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Sexy, subversive, and seriously bad ass, the SuicideGirls bring their unique brand to comics! Caught in a near-future defined by its rigid conformity and persecution of women, the SuicideGirls are the last hope for freedom. Can they take down the techno-religious cult, Way*of*Life, or will they die trying?
Paperback, 120 pages
Published October 11th 2011 by IDW Publishing
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Sebastien
Jun 11, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: my-comics-bd
better than I was expecting.
Kelly
Worth every penny!*

So I was clicking through Steve Niles's Amazon page, trying to decide whether I should give his 30 Days of Night series a try, when I happened upon this gem. The summary sucked me in from the first ("Caught in a near-future defined by its rigid conformity and persecution of women, the SuicideGirls are the last hope for freedom. Can they take down the techno-religious cult, Way*of*Life, or will they die trying?"), and with used copies going for as little as one cent, I just cou
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Mar 16, 2013 rated it liked it
Author Steve Niles brings us a dystopian tale of the future, one that requires tattooed beauties with special skills to save the planet from an all-controlling corporation. The Suicidegirls franchise is depicted as a band of female freedom fighters, seeking to prevent the ultra-conservative Way*of*Life organization from homogenizing people into droning slaves. Fan-favorite girls from the site are re-imagined as swordswomen, techno-geeks, get-away drivers, and explosive experts; naturally, scenes ...more
Grace
Dec 21, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: graphic-novels
A fun and lively storyline with stunning illustration. And lots of boobs.
Anna
Jul 03, 2018 rated it did not like it
Shelves: comics
Flimsy plot, cardboard characters- there's no substance here, only bewbs : / Skip this one, it's not worth your time.
Maya
Feb 29, 2012 rated it liked it
Absolutely gorgeous artwork, and a decent story but the art definitely held most of my interest. Bright colors and dynamic poses with some snappy one-liners, it's definitely a comic to be enjoyed.
Karen Chong
The art was amazing, and the story was very good. The only thing I didn`t quite like was the fact that there were so many topless scenes. ...more
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STEVE NILES is one of the writers responsible for bringing horror comics back to prominence, and was recently named by Fangoria magazine as one of it's "13 rising talents who promise to keep us terrified for the next 25 years."

Niles is currently working for the four top American comic publishers - Marvel, DC, Image and Dark Horse. He got his start in the industry when he formed his own publishing
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