Not Drunk Enough - Vol. 1 (Not Drunk Enough, #1)

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Artist Writer Draws all sorts of nonsense, varying from horror to bubblegum romance It s kinda gross.

[[ KINDLE ]] ✽ Not Drunk Enough - Vol. 1 (Not Drunk Enough, #1)  Author Tess  Stone –
  • ebook
  • 170 pages
  • Not Drunk Enough - Vol. 1 (Not Drunk Enough, #1)
  • Tess Stone
  • English
  • 10 May 2019

10 thoughts on “Not Drunk Enough - Vol. 1 (Not Drunk Enough, #1)

  1. says:

    An arresting title, yes I thought so, too I read it, a kickstarter first volume yay by Stone, who says she s a fan of comedy, horror, and really bright colors Check, check, and check in Not Drunk Enough which might point to the comedy interest, as a title Also, you ve heard of silent or wordless graphic novels This is the opposite of that, not in that there are too many words, but because it is LOUD in every respect, splashy, angular, colorful, lots of action It is really neither scary not hilarious, really, but it was good, amusing, interesting manic fun Not Drunk Enough, Vol 1, does not particularly feature alcohol abuse, you will either be relieved or disappointed to hear, depending on your perspective on stoner drunk comics I was not disappointed, actually It does feature a lot of good looking men, which is noteworthy,...

  2. says:

    Stellar Really really good I read it in one sitting, the pages demanded to be turned Amazing storytelling and fantastic use of the comic medium I especially love the character designs and the colors Really high recommend to anyone who enjoys a bit of horror.

  3. says:

    I m not blindly clinging to Tess Stone s works as a way to fill the empty void in my heart left behind by Hanna is Not a Boy s Name This story is really good I promise do I still sound bitter about HiNaBN, because I will die bitter about HiNaBN Admittedly I was first attracted to this series because it was something New from Tess and I needed to rebound to something after the loss, and the bright saturated colors and dynamic angles are very reminiscent of his previous work But I gave it a chance, and honestly, I love it based on its own merit.Color Admittedly we re in an abandoned research lab and it s crawling with monster so to stick with that vibe, most of the borders are black, and the palate incorporates darker colors and shadows, but there s still the utilization of really bright splashes of color for emphasis among the regular palate, which is something I fell in love with way back when Sure it s a lot of black and red, but there s a lot of colors in between if you pay attention.Art The art is still distinctly his, from the way he draws hands, to the sharp...

  4. says:

    Amusing, but not laugh out loud funny Not scary, either Granted, I probably wasn t in the right mood for it The storyline was interesting enough, though it seemed a bit contrived I liked it enough that I d be interested in reading volume 2 I should have loved this book Levity in the face of horror is my kind of thing There were several parts that got a smirk out of me, nothing that even came close to creeping me out I may have a high tolerance for that and I...

  5. says:

    I m not a comic book fan, but I am doing a reading challenge and one of the tasks is to read a comic written and illustrated by the same person another challenge has a task to read a book with song lyrics in the title this comic worked for that, too Of the few comics that I have read for these challenges, this one is the first that I liked well enough to consider reading the next volume The story was sl...

  6. says:

    2.5 Buffyesque in tone, this has an electrician discover the corporate offices he s come to repair are crawling with monsters, and he and a handful of others must work together to get out, or at least stop the monsters It starts off well but somewhere along the way I j...

  7. says:

    I received a complimentary copy at BEA 2017 While the art is very good, the story was not as funny as promised Mad scientists, a genetically engineered Little Shop of Horrors plant virus, and a random group of survivors fighting for their lives all round out the story However...

  8. says:

    A bit confusing, felt like there were time jumps at page turns I liked how the characters were introduced with little blurbs for example Name, Self Important CEO Asshole, Fave Drink Wine You Can t Afford, Greatest Fea...

  9. says:

    Enjoyed it by the end, when it felt as though a story was actually forming, but the artwork and character arcs were a bit too convoluted for me Although the artwork was beautiful, it was extremely difficult to follow during action scenes Just a jumbled mess Fresh fun story, just not my favori...

  10. says:

    This is really good No, really, it s r e a l l y good Visceral, electrifying art grabs hold of your gut and pulls you into a meaty, grisly rich story, and the rest is a mad scramble of horrifying snarky monsters, snarky humans , and a whole lot of blood best served while drinking.

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