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Bitch Planet Volume 1 - Community Reviews back

by Kelly Sue DeConnick, Robert Wilson IV, Valentine De Landro
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Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 3 years ago
I'm having trouble connecting with this: it's not bad, I just don't care for it as much as I expected to, especially when reading two volumes one after another. There's a lot to unpack in this, but I just wasn't feeling up to it, so my feelings may change if I read this later on; I remember lovin...
I Live in Many Worlds
I Live in Many Worlds rated it 4 years ago
Bitch Planet is one of those graphic novels everyone seems to recommend. And I can see why! It's about a group of women who are deemed "disobedient" from the male-dominated government and are sent to a distant prison planet called "Bitch Planet" to be "straightened out." There they have to do what t...
Tower of Iron Will
Tower of Iron Will rated it 5 years ago
Bitch Planet is a graphic novel set in a seemingly near future in which the Patriarchy has taken over the world overtly rather than behind the scenes. Leaders are addressed as "Father" and non-compliant women are shipped off-world to a prison planet. DeConnick plays with the various tropes of "women...
Malin
Malin rated it 5 years ago
"In the beginning, God created the Heavens and the Earth. Mother Earth, we used to say, before we understood. Space is the mother who receives us, you see? Earth is the father. And your father has cast you out. For your trespasses, your gluttony, your pride, your weakness, and your wickedness are su...
Folding Paper & Spilling Ink
Folding Paper & Spilling Ink rated it 5 years ago
Created with a retro 70s feel Bitch Planet has never felt more topical than now. From the art style, world building, narrative arc, characters, and even the fake ads at the back of each issue this graphic novel makes itself heard. Every panel calls attention to the misogyny inherent in our culture. ...
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt rated it 5 years ago
Fantastic!I have heard a lot of good thing about this comic and it really lived up to all of my expectations.I have a soft spot for DeConnick, because Pretty Deadly was what got me into reading comics, and this is a great continuation of her work.The storyline is intriguing, although a bit confusing...
some nice word
some nice word rated it 5 years ago
The art and the characters are great, but I couldn't quite get into the story. I wasn't in the mood for detailed views of a fictional version of patriarchy. Idk.
Muccamukk
Muccamukk rated it 5 years ago
I initially found this a bit didactic (though it's not like I don't agree), but then the plot kicked off, and I'm happy to ride along where ever it goes. Great art.
Libromancer's Apprentice
Libromancer's Apprentice rated it 6 years ago
I don't even know where to start with this review. I'd been aware of Bitch Planet for some time, and it totally seemed like my jam from what I heard, but I just didn't get around to reading it. And then I did. Holy shit. GO READ BITCH PLANET NOW Embracing the outrageousness of 70's exploitation...
I'm Reading Comeeks
I'm Reading Comeeks rated it 6 years ago
Are you too fat, too thin, too loud, too shy, too religious, too secular, too prudish, too sexual, too queer, too black, too brown, too whatever-it-is-they'll-judge-you-for-today? This comic has it all, substance, style, characters, messages worth taking home to the parents. I loved every bit of ...
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