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Rue Britannia - Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie
Rue Britannia
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3.73 75
Britannia is ten years dead. Phonomancer David Kohl hadn't spared his old patron a thought for almost as long ... at which point his mind starts to unravel. Can he discover what's happened to the Mod-Goddess of Britpop while there's still something of himself left? Collects Phonogram #1-6
Britannia is ten years dead. Phonomancer David Kohl hadn't spared his old patron a thought for almost as long ... at which point his mind starts to unravel. Can he discover what's happened to the Mod-Goddess of Britpop while there's still something of himself left?
Collects Phonogram #1-6
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781582406947 (1582406944)
Publisher: Image Comics
Pages no: 152
Edition language: English
Series: Phonogram (#1)
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A Bit Bookish
A Bit Bookish rated it
4.0
Phonogram is the type of graphic novel that you feel really cool reading. At first it's a little confusing- it does that thing that a lot of fantasy books do where it just sort of throws you into the characters' world without much explanation. Pretty much all you need to know is that it takes place ...
I'm Reading Comeeks
I'm Reading Comeeks rated it
5.0 Pop Gods and Mod Gods
A while ago I picked up a new series from the library called the Wicked + the Divine and really enjoyed it. It's a series that follows the Pantheon, a group of people who have come to embody certain mythological figures. The first volume centered around Lucifer (Luci) and her arrest and subsequ...
Grimlock ♥ Vision
Grimlock ♥ Vision rated it
4.5 Turned out much better than I expected!
But there's a story to go along with that. I read the Wicked + The Divine, loved it, then bought this on sale without reading the . Started this, really did not get into the nostalgia soaked Britpop storyline, still didn't read the synopsis, hated the main character right off the bat, and still d...
coffee & ink
coffee & ink rated it
Well-done, but hampered by unlikeable narrator. Also find trippy metaphorland sequence almost impenetrable, but I'm not sure how much of that is not knowing the music and how much is not knowing contemporary England.
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