Curse Words, Vol. 2 (Curse Words, #6-10)
The world has realized that dark wizards fighting epic battles in the skies above our cities might actually be a bad thing, and Earth's leaders have finally agreed on one thing: they want Wizord and Margaret gone. Meanwhile, the evil Sizzajee is still gunning for them, and Wizord's ex, the lovely Ruby Stitch, is striking out on her own path. Forget it, Jake... it's Explosiontown.The second chapter of the dark, funny fantasy that's captured imaginations across the land, and refuses to let them go. From CHARLES SOULE (Daredevil, Darth Vader) and RYAN BROWNE (God Hates Astronauts).Collects issues 6 through 10, plus the Curse Words Holiday Special.

Curse Words, Vol. 2 (Curse Words, #6-10) Details

TitleCurse Words, Vol. 2 (Curse Words, #6-10)
Author
ReleaseJan 16th, 2018
PublisherImage Comics
ISBN-139781534304727
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels

Curse Words, Vol. 2 (Curse Words, #6-10) Review

  • Devann
    January 1, 1970
    The entire time I was reading this volume I was trying to thing of a way to describe the mood of this series because it's seriously phenomenal, and then it finally came to me: Wizord is exactly what would happen if Sterling Archer had magic. That's it that's all you need to know.But seriously it is great how seemingly stupid this series is on the surface, and yet it does manage to put together a great plot and characters while still being absolutely hilarious the entire way through. My main prob The entire time I was reading this volume I was trying to thing of a way to describe the mood of this series because it's seriously phenomenal, and then it finally came to me: Wizord is exactly what would happen if Sterling Archer had magic. That's it that's all you need to know.But seriously it is great how seemingly stupid this series is on the surface, and yet it does manage to put together a great plot and characters while still being absolutely hilarious the entire way through. My main problem with the first volume was that there was basically only one female character, I guess two if you count Margaret, which I do now but for a lot of volume 1 I wasn't really sure what was going on with her. This volume introduces a host of new bad guys [and girls!] and also Ruby Stitch gets quite a lot of page time as she tries to adjust to earth. I can't wait for more of this series!
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  • Kenny
    January 1, 1970
    Harry Potter for grown ups but much more fun and hilarity.
  • Juan
    January 1, 1970
    Such an odd book but I love it. Ruby Stitch begins to learn about the world around her while being narrated by Margaret, whom at this point is a platypus. Ryan Browne does a stellar job with the art and I break it down into saying I love the basic facial features of Margaret especially.The story is really cool and we get to learn quite a bit about The Hole World. I cannot wait for Volume 3.
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  • Ed
    January 1, 1970
    Volume 2 of Curse Words is still great fun, but not quite as thrilling as the first volume. Soule & Browne are setting up some interesting stuff, though.
  • Elisa The-Bookie-Monster
    January 1, 1970
    This volume didn’t grab my attention as the first one did. Still a solid series though
  • Logan Aube
    January 1, 1970
    Delightful, weird, and whimsical. Gob-smackingly beautiful art.And it's funny to boot.
  • Wim Dewilde
    January 1, 1970
    Demented fun, but my kind of demented fun.It's hard to do a short review on what is basicly a good bad trip.So I won't.
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