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Love Fights Volume 2 (Love Fights) [Paperback]

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The scandal surrounding the Flamer's alleged love child has left Jack out in the cold romantically. Nora's journalistic ambition has nearly cost him his job, but he's not sure that any of that matters when his heart is in such dire straits. For her part, Nora seems to have picked up and moved on, working with the Fader to get to the bottom of the superhero sex scandal she broke - and which may very well be a fake. Little does she know that Jack's cat, the furball also known as the Future Feline, is dogging her, suspicious of the girl's true motives. It's a complicated world when flying crimefighters patrol your skies...but an old romantic like Andi Watson is ready to tackle these super affairs of the heart with the usual wry wit and skillful brush strucks that earned him an Eisner nomination.



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Pages   160
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 7.8" Width: 5.51" Height: 0.55"
Weight:   0.44 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jan 5, 2005
Publisher   Oni Press
ISBN  1929998872  
ISBN13  9781929998876  


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Reviews - What do customers think about Love Fights Volume 2 (Love Fights)?

Andi Watson at his best  Apr 7, 2005
Anything nicer than curling up with the endlessly charming storyline presented in Love Fights, with a cup of tea and your kitty dozing at your feet? Not much.
 
Ah, love..  May 20, 2004
Love Fights was my first Andi Watson read, and I was a bit disappointed by the TPB (which collects #1-6 of the comic) after reading all the hype over the single issues. I really enjoyed the artwork - all around, Watson is creative and funny in his renderings. The main story line just never grabbed me. I found the "love fights" leaning on cliche too often, and the story moved forward glacially. I did like Guthrie the cat and his mysterious powers and jealousy, but I wasn't drawn into any of the other characters' situations or personalities. In the story, Watson's theme of male insecurity in a world over-populated with superheroes is well executed, though. He does a great job lampooning this theme via his main male character who is attracted to a strong, intelligent woman.

Overall, I found Love Fights to be graphically strong with a weak story and character interest. Perhaps the story kicks up in later issues? I will be reading and reviewing Watson's Complete Geisha, which I am looking forward to comparing to Love Fights, but Love Fights TPB #1 did not draw me in to continue the series.

 
Love Fights bites?  May 20, 2004
Love Fights was my first Andi Watson read, and I was a bit disappointed by the TPB after reading all the hype over the single issues. I really enjoyed the artwork - all around, Watson is creative and funny in his renderings. The main story line just never grabbed me. I found the "love fights" leaning on cliche too often, and the story moved forward glacially. I did like Guthrie the cat and his mysterious powers and jealousy, but I wasn't drawn into any of the characters' situations or personalities. In the story, Watson's theme of male insecurity in a world over-populated with superheroes is well executed, though. He does a great job lampooning this theme via his main male character who is attracted to a strong, intelligent woman.

Overall, I found Love Fights to be graphically strong with a weak story and character interest. Perhaps the story kicks up in later issues? I will be reading and reviewing Watson's Complete Geisha, which I am looking forward to comparing to Love Fights, but Love Fights TPB #1 did not draw me in to continue the series.

 

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