Tank Girl: The Odyssey (remastered Edition) by Peter MilliganTank Girl: The Odyssey (remastered Edition) by Peter Milligan

Tank Girl: The Odyssey (remastered Edition)

byPeter MilliganIllustratorJamie HewlettForeword byAlan C. Martin

Paperback | November 10, 2009

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A demented take on Homer’s classical Greek epic, The Odyssey, brought to you by the twisted genius of Peter Milligan (X-Statix) and Tank Girl co-creator and artist, Jamie Hewlett (Gorillaz).

Booga, Tank Girl’s husband, is being wooed by Hollywood agents but Tank Girl is missing and his resolve is crumbling, fast! Tele, their TV-headed son, sets out on a mercy dash to find his mother... in the process triggering a chain of events that will see Tank Girl, not only, face death itself, the siren call of Goth rock and a cyclopean hotel proprietor, but also a host of other scenes and characters based on The Odyssey... give or take the odd — ahem — “idiosyncratic” Tank Girl twist. With a new introduction from Alan Martin.
Peter Milligan has written a dazzling variety of comics, including Shade, The Changing Man, Enigma and The Extremist. He is the current writer of Marvel’s X-Statix.Jamie Hewlett has worked on a wide variety of comics projects, including Fireball and 2000 AD’s Hewligan’s Haircut, and is now a household name owing to his design of the vi...
Title:Tank Girl: The Odyssey (remastered Edition)Format:PaperbackDimensions:112 pages, 10.16 × 7.75 × 0.29 inPublished:November 10, 2009Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1845767632

ISBN - 13:9781845767631

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