From the creator of SCOTT PILGRIM! Lottie Person is a glamorous fashion blogger living her best life in L.A. at least thats what she wants you to think. CALIFORNIA SCREAMING finds Lottie putting the past behind her and trying to make the best of a bad situation her life! Lotties new bestie is an emotional roller coaster: first she died, and then she killed someone. Who will Caroline hurt next, and what is her brother Virgil doing here? What secret is Detective John Cho seeking in the desert? Why did Cutegirl ghost her sister? Is Normgirl really going to marry Ashley? And what in gods name did Sunny ever see in Charlene? These questions and many others may possibly be answered in SNOTGIRL, VOL. 2: CALIFORNIA SCREAMING! IGN calls SNOTGIRL Fresh and different! and says its sheer weirdness, creativity and heart will appeal to fans of SCOTT PILGRIM and SECONDS! Collects SNOTGIRL #6-10....
|Title||:||Snotgirl, Vol. 2: California Screaming (Snotgirl #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||136 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Snotgirl, Vol. 2: California Screaming (Snotgirl #2) Reviews
I am absolutely in love with the art in this series and I enjoy the quirkiness of the story and plot. It’s all so ridiculous lol. But honestly half the time I’m not sure what is going on. Hopefully as the series goes on more things will make sense which will make rereading the series more enjoyable.
The art and the mystery keep me coming back to this, but the overall story is so damn confusing at times. I feel like the characters were all just a blur and I spent more time trying to figure out what was happening than enjoying the story.
I really wanted to like this series, but it just keeps falling flat for me. I may continue just to figure out what the hickidy heck is happening, but I'm not as invested in the characters as I was once.
Fucked if I know.
Not as good as the first volume. Still interested-ish, but if the third volume doesn't get back on track, I probs won't continue.
The art is so amazing in this series, Leslie Hung's attention to detail reminds me of some Ai Yazawa level beauty. Every panel is so wonderful and thankfully the story usually keeps up with it. Seeing Lottie in some new locations as the story develops was interesting. It seems like there is SO MUCH unexplored here so far, but I'm along for the ride. <3
OMFG. Let me live up to the Lottie Person standard or let me DIE.
WTF just happened??!
I'm so confused. The art is is the only thing I'm positive that I like at this point.
I dig the art, the humor, and the characters, but I find the plot very hard to follow. Maybe wait until it is all done and binge it—though who knows how long that will be.
I am honestly not sure how I feel about Snotgirl, Vol. 2: California Screaming . The art style is incredible and parts of the story are thrilling, but, packaged the way it is, the story is very jumpy. I struggled at times to figure out what was happening and where things tied into the story. I also struggled to understand why some characters were necessary and what their purpose was (it's possible this will be revealed later, but it definitely hindered on my ability to comprehend the story).