Strangers in Paradise, Volume 5: Immortal Enemies

Strangers in Paradise Volume Immortal Enemies Strangers In Paradise Immortal Enemies is the ongoing tale of three friends Katchoo Francine and David This volume finds Ktachoo leaving her beloved Francinie to look for David the only male friend

  • Title: Strangers in Paradise, Volume 5: Immortal Enemies
  • Author: Terry Moore
  • ISBN: 9781892597045
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • Strangers In Paradise Immortal Enemies is the ongoing tale of three friends, Katchoo, Francine and David This volume finds Ktachoo leaving her beloved Francinie to look for David, the only male friend she s ever had, but finds his wicked sister Darcy Parker instead Given an offer she can t refuse, Katchoo is forced to return to work for Darcy in the sordid world of sexStrangers In Paradise Immortal Enemies is the ongoing tale of three friends, Katchoo, Francine and David This volume finds Ktachoo leaving her beloved Francinie to look for David, the only male friend she s ever had, but finds his wicked sister Darcy Parker instead Given an offer she can t refuse, Katchoo is forced to return to work for Darcy in the sordid world of sex and politics, or lose Francine forever When Francine enlists the aid of Det Walsh to help find Ktahcoo, she soon discovers the horrible secrets her friend has been hdiding secrets that may destroy them both

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    1. YAS! On top of the ongoing relationship turmoil, this volume gets deeper into the political intrigue and espionage touched on in the earlier volumes. A quick glance at this series and you might think it is only about the wacky adventures of our suburban heroines Francine and Katchoo. But, in every closet, there are a few skeletons, and sometimes those skeletons come back from the dead.With this volume, Terry Moore returned his creation to his own private studio – Abstract. The first few issues [...]

    2. "Mercy, please! We always cry, just before we have to die.But no hope drives the raven wild, that comes upon the godless child"Immortal Enemies, Elegant Waste, twists and turns. Wunderbar!

    3. Going to have to rate this one lower. Plot didn't make much sense or at least it didn't have much weight with me, and it wrapped up pretty weirdly. I'm not much for fictional conspiracy theories and espionage, so I am most likely biased. I prefer the everyday life stories of Katchoo and Francine. The prose sections felt out of place (If I want to read paragraphs I'll just pick up a book!), and I found the music notation parts distracting. It made the comic amateurish to me, but I guess I can see [...]

    4. Hot diggity dang! In volume 1, I was led to believe that that of characters we were introduced to had ordinary stories but ohh it goes much deeper than that! Friendships and loyalties are pushed and tested.

    5. morethansuperhumans.c Immortal Enemies is a return to the Mafia-driven storyline from volume 2. The love triangle that connects Francine, Katchoo, and David gets more complicated, which eventually forces David to return to his sister in Los Angeles. But when it becomes clear that Francine's coworker, Rachel (who has disappeared), is one of Mrs. Parker's girls, Katchoo heads out to L.A. to bring David home. Instead, she gets drawn back into Mrs. Parker's most recent ploy for control over the nati [...]

    6. Paste from my review of Volume 1. I've read most of the series and feel the same review overall applies to everything:The series has beautiful black and white line art throughout. It's the main reason I ever started it. Terry Moore is a masterly graphic artist and a riveting storyteller. I suspect I'll read anything he puts out. That said, I prefer Rachel Rising (horror) and Echo (science fiction), personally. SiP (as fans tend to call it) is a work focused almost entirely on how people relate t [...]

    7. This is the last of the stack of these that mythfish has given me so far, although I understand he has more that he will loan us. Yay for that.However, this is the end of one particularly intense story arc and I thought it was handled well. I really loved that the story appears to have finally come to a place that - while I get that it probably won't work out based on some of the foreshadowing in the piece - I've thought all along was a natural solution to the love triangle. It's always good to [...]

    8. This series gives me goosebumps. The great thing about this series is how Terry Moore thinks nothing about changing the format a little & switching between prose, comics, and a one panel page. This volume has been very well described so far & to say anything more would give away too much. Needless to say, this is a pivotal point in the series & is definately a must-read of Terry Moore's! (Just make sure that you read everything prior to it beforehand.)

    9. Fifth paperback collection of the series, including issues 6 through 12 of Volume 3. It concludes the "Big Six" conspiracy arc, which I had mixed feelings about. On the one hand, it took much of the focus away from Katchoo's and Francine's relationship; on the other hand, I can see that these elements brought in readers more accustomed to the traditional tropes of comic books. A satisfying end to a chapter in the lives of our two protagonists.

    10. 2012 Reread: I got lost in this for a month. My very first full reread since the series hit its ending. Since I knew where it would start and go and end up. It was just as terrible, wonderful, painful, heartbreaking, heart healing, amazing as every other read. I never stop knowing my heart belongs to this.

    11. With the death of Darcy Parker, the main antagonist up to now is gone. Katchoo, Francine, and David still have a lot of ground to cover, though.

    12. I could and have re read this series over and over. It has made me laugh out loud, cry and just come to understand how powerful comics can be.

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