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Listen at Home with Octopus Pie

Listen at Home with Octopus Pie The second huge collection of Octopus Pie features over a year s worth of comics that have never been in print pages of comics artwork and chapter commentary

  • Title: Listen at Home with Octopus Pie
  • Author: Meredith Gran
  • ISBN: 9780981860046
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Paperback
  • The second huge collection of Octopus Pie features over a year s worth of comics that have never been in print 180 pages of comics, artwork and chapter commentary

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      Posted by:Meredith Gran
      Published :2018-08-04T18:14:33+00:00

    1 thought on “Listen at Home with Octopus Pie

    1. I've been reading Octopus Pie online since it first started, so I had read these stories before, but reading them all together, back-to-back and with Gran's commentary between chapters made the experience even richer. Octopus Pie is a serial web comic that is primarily about Eve (short for Everest) Ning and her friends and family as she lives through early adulthood adventures and pitfalls in Brooklyn. The series overall has some of my favorite elements, namely being comedic and self-deprecating [...]

    2. This book covers chapters 14 - 24 of the story. It feels like thicker paper, not the semi-gloss or matte of modern comics or the green pages that were in the first collection. It's black and white although the comic I have the black looks more really dark purple to me but hey, shit happens. The stories are good, the art is good, and I especially love the little talk [sort of] before each chapter about where the inspirations came from, that was a really nice addition to each chapter and I wish we [...]

    3. After thoroughly enjoying Octopus Pie: There Are No Stars in Brooklyn, this one left me wanting. In There are No Stars, I felt a strong connection to the character of Eve Ning, and her struggles with work, friends, and relationships. In this volume, those vibes are still there, and more deeply rooted by Ning's struggle to accommodate a partner who is not always on her side. I've been there, and I was touched by seeing it fleshed out panel by panel, albeit in a fictionalized account. At the same [...]

    4. Hanna quickly hbas become one of my favorite comic green-baker. I honestly can't wait to read more about her and Eve.

    5. More great, poignant stuff. I liked the focus shifting from Eve-and-Hanna to becoming a more ensemble cast.

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