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Comic Book Tattoo by Rantz Hoseley
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May 01, 2010

really liked it
Recommended for: Tori Amos fans and comic book lovers
Read in March, 2009 — I own a copy

I was able to get one of the limited edition copies, signed by The Goddess herself. I think there is some audience for the book if one is not strictly a Tori fan. When the story more closely matched what I felt the song was about, then I loved it (like Merman or Girl) but when they were too experimental or only riffed on one line of the song I didn't like them so much. I think if you are a true comic book fan or a EWF (and if you are one, you know what that means) then, by all means, buy it. I think just as much satisfaction can be derived from the paper copy than the expensive leather-bound copy at over $300.

Good paper copies can be had used for very little money.
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