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Frontier #7: SexCoven

Frontier SexCoven Frontier features the story SexCoven which revolves around IRL and online relationships the seductive and secret world of early internet file sharing and life inside a commune cult

  • Title: Frontier #7: SexCoven
  • Author: Jillian Tamaki
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Paperback
  • Frontier 7 features the story SexCoven which revolves around IRL and online relationships, the seductive and secret world of early internet file sharing, and life inside a commune cult.

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      Published :2018-09-09T15:48:40+00:00

    1 thought on “Frontier #7: SexCoven

    1. Huge Jillian Tamaki fan but I just don't get this. The art is wonderful. The set up and treatment of early internet file-sharing is fascinating. Then halfway through it switches gears to tell us a brief story about characters we don't care about in a way that leaves you very confused who you are even supposed to identify with. Wish it had ended in the middle.

    2. If you like reading about communes, weird internet mysteries, and the early 2000s, you will like this. Jillian Tamaki creates a world with her usual boatload of talent.

    3. SUPER WEIRD, but really intriguing. this is Skim/This One Summer-style art, not like the quick sketches of SuperMutant Magic Academy. so of course it's astonishingly pretty and intricate.

    4. So I really love this. It's an exquisite comic. The art, of course, is amazing, but it's also a great use of comics language. The balance of words and illustration is just right for the story, as is the amount of world-building for this ever so slightly sci-fi tale. Definitely one to study and look over. And think over. READ IT.

    5. I really enjoyed the beginning of this volume and the sort of anthropological discussion of the SexCoven phenomenon, but I did think it went off the rails a bit at the end. I understand that focusing the story on actual people helped humanize the phenomenon and let us understand why SexCoven was so important, but I did find it jarring.

    6. Tamaki delivers again. Great art, strange story, real people, sci-fi theme, all in there, all smartly told and executed.

    7. Love her artwork, plot was wierd to me but that just goes with the story.And Thanks to Youth in Decline from San Francisco I've got my coolest shirt ever!

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