Fangs
Vamp is three hundred years old but in all that time, she has never met her match. This all changes one night in a bar when she meets a charming werewolf. FANGS chronicles the humor, sweetness, and awkwardness of meeting someone perfectly suited to you but also vastly different.

Fangs Details

TitleFangs
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJan 1st, 1970
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Romance, Fantasy, Comics, Graphic Novels Comics, Paranormal, Vampires, Adult, Humor, Webcomic

Fangs Review

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)
    January 1, 1970
    Decided to download this one off of NetGalley on a whim and I am SO GLAD that I did. This was so stinking cute and it warmed the heck out of my heart. If you're looking for a super fun romance between a VAMPIRE and a WEREWOLF, look no further. This was absolutely adorable.
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  • Emma
    January 1, 1970
    The ARC of this book was provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. This is very different from Sarah Andersen's previous work with her adorable scribbles, but it was still so much fun! I loved how she depicted the relationship between Elsie, a vampire, and Jimmy, a werewolf. Even though some of the jokes were kind of clichés they still made me laugh a lot. I highly recommend this quick and fun read!
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  • aarya
    January 1, 1970
    This is cute! I said last week that I wanted to read more werewolf comics. Then this showed up as Read Now on Netgalley! I don’t say no to serendipity. This is less a full-fledged narrative and more a series of unrelated/funny panels about a vampire/werewolf relationship. Very punny, morbid, and gothic humor related to vampire/werewolf lore (jokes related to silver, coffin, thirst for blood, doggish behavior, disappearance in a mirror, etc). The art style isn’t super complex (it’s not as detaile This is cute! I said last week that I wanted to read more werewolf comics. Then this showed up as Read Now on Netgalley! I don’t say no to serendipity. This is less a full-fledged narrative and more a series of unrelated/funny panels about a vampire/werewolf relationship. Very punny, morbid, and gothic humor related to vampire/werewolf lore (jokes related to silver, coffin, thirst for blood, doggish behavior, disappearance in a mirror, etc). The art style isn’t super complex (it’s not as detailed as, say, THE TEA DRAGON SOCIETY) but it suits the humor. I’d describe it as black and white illustrations with sparse, clean lines (see the cover).Disclaimer: I received a free e-ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Tanya
    January 1, 1970
    Penned by Sarah Andersen, the artist behind the popular Sarah's Scribbles, Fangs is the story of a three-hundred-year old vampire in the body of a 26-year-old goth girl who falls in love with a charming werewolf she meets at a bar one night. As such, there is more of a narrative thread than in the Sarah's Scribbles collections, but the comics are still very much situational vignettes. The two works have Andersen's signature humor and wholesomeness and a lack of coloring in common, but that's abo Penned by Sarah Andersen, the artist behind the popular Sarah's Scribbles, Fangs is the story of a three-hundred-year old vampire in the body of a 26-year-old goth girl who falls in love with a charming werewolf she meets at a bar one night. As such, there is more of a narrative thread than in the Sarah's Scribbles collections, but the comics are still very much situational vignettes. The two works have Andersen's signature humor and wholesomeness and a lack of coloring in common, but that's about it: Fangs is a little more PG-13, there is less social awkwardness, and the art style is less cartoonish, with a slight manga quality.Most of the humor and sweetness is due to how Andersen plays different vampire and werewolf myths against each other, exploring how that would impact dating life, as well as how the two characters, Elsie and Jimmy, handle their differences. It's silly, lighthearted, amusing, cute, and just plain fun—I personally prefer the semi-autobiographical Sarah's Scribbles, but these can be just as relatable and tender: Fangs essentially consists of twisty little romantic comedy portraits about two people who are great for each other despite their fundamental differences.It can be read for free here, although some episodes included in the book are yet unreleased.Note: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.—————All my book reviews can be found here · Buy on BookDepository
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  • JoScho
    January 1, 1970
    I love Sarah Andersen and have all of her other books. Her art is so fun and relatable. In Fangs, a werewolf and a vampire fall in love. We see them in their everyday lives together and it is just awww! We watch as their relationship progresses and they love and support each other despite their difference and shortcoming. This is a simple little love story and it is perfect for those that enjoy dark humor, good puns, and of course, all things spooky. Thank you to NetGalley, Andrew McMeel Publish I love Sarah Andersen and have all of her other books. Her art is so fun and relatable. In Fangs, a werewolf and a vampire fall in love. We see them in their everyday lives together and it is just awww! We watch as their relationship progresses and they love and support each other despite their difference and shortcoming. This is a simple little love story and it is perfect for those that enjoy dark humor, good puns, and of course, all things spooky. Thank you to NetGalley, Andrew McMeel Publishing, and the fabulous Sarah Andersen for this eARC in exchange for an honest review!
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  • Vaiomo ♡
    January 1, 1970
    I loved this Thank you to the publisher for giving me a free copy in exchange for an honest review. I thought this was so cute! I loved how the vampire and werewolf were together. I thought it was so fun to see their relationship blossom. I think this is such a cute and quick read and I would definitely recommend this one to friends.
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  • Anna Luce
    January 1, 1970
    With Fangs comic artist Sarah Andersen ventures into 'fantasy' territory. Similarly to her Sarah's Scribbles comics, Fangs consists in a series of vignettes depicting everyday situations...except that in this case the couple starring in these scenes is not so ordinary. She's a three-hundred-years old vampire and he's a werewolf: puns ensue.Many of the jokes allude to existing tropes/media about vampires&werewolves. So we have a lot of vignettes about blood, dogs, death, coffins, etc. Some of the With Fangs comic artist Sarah Andersen ventures into 'fantasy' territory. Similarly to her Sarah's Scribbles comics, Fangs consists in a series of vignettes depicting everyday situations...except that in this case the couple starring in these scenes is not so ordinary. She's a three-hundred-years old vampire and he's a werewolf: puns ensue.Many of the jokes allude to existing tropes/media about vampires&werewolves. So we have a lot of vignettes about blood, dogs, death, coffins, etc. Some of these were genuinely funny, some were a bit silly, and others were just cute.The simple artwork fits perfectly with this sort of structure and humour. Fangs is a very wholesome and lighthearted read. While it may not be particularly memorable or 'substantial' it's bound to make you smile.
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  • Samuel Edme
    January 1, 1970
    Synopsis: Sarah Anderson's newest webcomic Fangs is a romantic comedy of cuteness about a 300-year old Vampire named, well, Vamp dating the 20-something werewolf Jimmy.My Thoughts: While the author's previous comic, Sarah's Scribbles, was never a favorite of mine, I still do read it regularly and enjoy many of its jokes appertaining to social awkwardness and life in general which sometimes can be relatable. That being said, I am happy to see Anderson try deviating from her semi-autobiographical, Synopsis: Sarah Anderson's newest webcomic Fangs is a romantic comedy of cuteness about a 300-year old Vampire named, well, Vamp dating the 20-something werewolf Jimmy.My Thoughts: While the author's previous comic, Sarah's Scribbles, was never a favorite of mine, I still do read it regularly and enjoy many of its jokes appertaining to social awkwardness and life in general which sometimes can be relatable. That being said, I am happy to see Anderson try deviating from her semi-autobiographical, slice-of-life material to a fantasy romance series with more realistic and manga-influenced character designs in contrast to the simplistic, cartoony style present in Sarah Scribbles. I'll also give this series kudos for depicting the characters' healthy handling of their foibles and differences which is pretty cute and wholesome. For example, in one strip, we see Jimmy help Vamp zip the back of her shirt since she can't see herself in the mirror. Additionally, the comic does a good job of playing off certain stereotypes associated with both species. Some of my favorite instances of this include one comic where Vamp lighted up an incense candle by sticking her finger by an aperture and another one where Jimmy's finger burn after touching his girlfriend's hand because she had a silver ring on her one of her fingers. However, for me, the rest of Fangs falls short on the conflict department. I understand it's supposed to be a light-hearted story, but that does not mean it cannot contain a skosh of serious conflict here and there. By that, I do not imply it should be profoundly dark or existential but it could benefit from putting the two leads into various predicaments based on their differences and quirks. For instance, one storyline could center around Vamp wanting to attend, say, a comic con with her boyfriend but being unable to since it takes place during sunlight which would propel her to find a way to wear protective clothing that resembles a cosplay. Or even a plot about Jimmy finding an excuse not to make it to party taking place during the full moon without revealing to his friends he's a werewolf. These types of stories would not only make Fangs more engaging but also lead to a slew of more creative twists and jokes.Final Thoughts: Overall, though Fangs is a cute and amusing webcomic, I feel like it can be improved with more situational conflict incorporated within different storylines. If you're already a fan of Anderson's previous work and want something simple and cute to look at, you'll likely enjoy this.
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  • ℳacarena
    January 1, 1970
    Witty and lovely. This is totally different from Sarah Andersen's previous work (which I adore 😍). Jimmy is a werewolf and Elsie is a three hundred years old vampire. They meet in a bar and... boom! It seems like the both have finally found their other halfs. I love the clever and dark humor of this comic. Elsie and Jimmy couldn't be more different, but at the same time they have a lot in common!In summary, Fangs is about the daily lovely and awkward moments two people have when they start a rel Witty and lovely. This is totally different from Sarah Andersen's previous work (which I adore 😍). Jimmy is a werewolf and Elsie is a three hundred years old vampire. They meet in a bar and... boom! It seems like the both have finally found their other halfs. I love the clever and dark humor of this comic. Elsie and Jimmy couldn't be more different, but at the same time they have a lot in common!In summary, Fangs is about the daily lovely and awkward moments two people have when they start a relationship. Especially when they're perfect for each other despite their notorious differences.You can also read Fangs on Tapas. It's a daily webcomic. Although, I think reading it all at once, especially on hardcover, must be the best option. In case you want to read it online, Sarah Anderesen has published a "wicked playlist" you may listen to while reading it: Fangs on SpotifyThanks to Andrews McMeel Publishing and NetGalley for providing me with this e-arc in exchange for my honest review.
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  • iam
    January 1, 1970
    Adorable, funny and cute comic that follows Elise the vampire and Jimmy the werewolf as they start dating.I knew about FANGS already from it being on Tapas. However, I liked reading it as one comic a lot better than the short strips on their own. They are still funny one-by-one, but sequentially they form a lovely story, following Jimmy and Elise from first dates to steady relationship to moving in together.The romance between the two is lovely. The situational comedy around werewolves and vam Adorable, funny and cute comic that follows Elise the vampire and Jimmy the werewolf as they start dating.I knew about FANGS already from it being on Tapas. However, I liked reading it as one comic a lot better than the short strips on their own. They are still funny one-by-one, but sequentially they form a lovely story, following Jimmy and Elise from first dates to steady relationship to moving in together.The romance between the two is lovely. The situational comedy around werewolves and vampires living in modern times, as well as together, was spot on and made me laugh a lot.The drawing style is simple but effective and perfect for the jokes and situations it depicts. I received an ARC and reviewed honestly and voluntarily.
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  • Amanda
    January 1, 1970
    Fangs is about a 300 years old vampire who is lonely and never found a match, until she meets a lovely werewolf in a bar. In the very beginning, she's trying to figure out if she wants to date or eat the werewolf and let me tell you this was cute okay. But I'm so glad she chose to date him. I really laughed with their daily situations, things like him talking to dogs, chasing squirrels or opening the blinds and almost setting her on fire by accident, were a wise use of the cliches that come with Fangs is about a 300 years old vampire who is lonely and never found a match, until she meets a lovely werewolf in a bar. In the very beginning, she's trying to figure out if she wants to date or eat the werewolf and let me tell you this was cute okay. But I'm so glad she chose to date him. I really laughed with their daily situations, things like him talking to dogs, chasing squirrels or opening the blinds and almost setting her on fire by accident, were a wise use of the cliches that come with werewolves and vampires. The main point is: THIS IS ADORABLE and funny, the 'morbid' humor that I love. For real, I need 500 pages of them please and thank you. Just go read it you won't regret! This ARC was provided by NetGalley in exchange of an honest review.
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  • Paula (lovebookscl)
    January 1, 1970
    I loved this graphic novel. It's flirty and funny and cheeky, the romance is so cute and I loved this modern twist on what a 21st century paranormal relationship would be like.It's a very short graphic novel, but I assure you that you will enjoy every page. I can't get my mind off how cute Jimmy and Elsie are together. I laughed a lot with their "problems" as a couple, like Jimmy having to go "wolf mode" every full moon and Elsie avoiding the sun. The Arc of this books was provided by the publis I loved this graphic novel. It's flirty and funny and cheeky, the romance is so cute and I loved this modern twist on what a 21st century paranormal relationship would be like.It's a very short graphic novel, but I assure you that you will enjoy every page. I can't get my mind off how cute Jimmy and Elsie are together. I laughed a lot with their "problems" as a couple, like Jimmy having to go "wolf mode" every full moon and Elsie avoiding the sun. The Arc of this books was provided by the publishers via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Shannon
    January 1, 1970
    Fangs I Picked Up This Book Because: I love the author’s previous works. The Characters: Elsie: Jimmy: The Story: These two make me laugh. I love their banter and quips. I love their table talks. This was excellent. The Random Thoughts: 5 Stars
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  • Alex (HEABookNerd)
    January 1, 1970
    Rating: 5 stars - loved it!Ok, Fangs is downright adorable! I already really liked Sarah Andersen's humor in her Sarah's Scribbles comics so I jumped at reading this graphic novel that follows the romance of a vampire and a werewolf. It's told more through little vignettes rather than a full story and I liked getting to see those little moments in their relationship. This was cute, sweet, and also darkly funny.ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review
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  • Sophie Snow
    January 1, 1970
    This was a super fun quick read!♥ I loved that the comics had an easy-to-follow timeline and we watched the relationship progress. ♥ The illustrations were lovely, with so many fun tiny details! ♥ The comics varied from funny to serious topics and this collection had a really good balance between the two. ♥ SO MANY PUNS!♡ I didn’t connect with the characters a ton, but I’m guessing that’s because this was pretty short.*Thank you to Andrews McMeel Publishing for providing a copy, via NetGalley, f This was a super fun quick read!♥ I loved that the comics had an easy-to-follow timeline and we watched the relationship progress. ♥ The illustrations were lovely, with so many fun tiny details! ♥ The comics varied from funny to serious topics and this collection had a really good balance between the two. ♥ SO MANY PUNS!♡ I didn’t connect with the characters a ton, but I’m guessing that’s because this was pretty short.*Thank you to Andrews McMeel Publishing for providing a copy, via NetGalley, for an honest review*
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  • Leah
    January 1, 1970
    I requested this from Edelweiss on a whim, and I'm so glad I did! It was exactly the laugh I needed after a hard day. This is a very short novel with illustrations documenting the relationship between a vampire and a werewolf in small snapshots, and it is the purest thing! The bad puns and cheesy humour were spot on. It felt very creative and imaginative. The illustrations are what drew me to this, to be honest. I've followed Sarah's Scribbles for a while and was excited to see this graphic nove I requested this from Edelweiss on a whim, and I'm so glad I did! It was exactly the laugh I needed after a hard day. This is a very short novel with illustrations documenting the relationship between a vampire and a werewolf in small snapshots, and it is the purest thing! The bad puns and cheesy humour were spot on. It felt very creative and imaginative. The illustrations are what drew me to this, to be honest. I've followed Sarah's Scribbles for a while and was excited to see this graphic novel. The drawings are delightful!
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  • Mehsi
    January 1, 1970
    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.I was just flailing around when I saw this book on Netgalley. OMG, Sarah Andersen has another comic? How did I miss this one? How could I miss it? It features her great art and a werewolf and a vampire dating and all that comes with that.Review to come August 15th on blog, August 17th on Goodreads.
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  • Lukasz
    January 1, 1970
    4.5/5Fabulous. Funny. Sweet. It made me laugh multiple times. It's a graphic novel about a vampire and a werewolf who are dating. Their relationship is presented through one-page humorous vignettes. Most of them are gold. Highly recommended. ARC through NetGalley
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  • C. S.
    January 1, 1970
    So cute and clever and heartfelt, but with snarky goth vampire girls dating low-key werewolf boys. Utterly delightful.
  • M.
    January 1, 1970
    I loved it. It was so cute, funny, evocative and... different. Go read it.#quickreadThanks a lot to NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for this ARC.
  • {erika}
    January 1, 1970
    I love Sarah Andersen. The style is lovely. These are so flipping CUTE. I can't ever get tired of these little snippits into a vampire and werewolf dating life. I especially love the drawing of them curled up in her coffin.
  • Nikki5210
    January 1, 1970
    The back of the book says it all, "a love story between a vampire and a werewolf". At the basis of this book, it is a a simple story of two people falling in love, they just happen to be supernatural, It deals with the quirks of being a vampire and werewolf living a mainly normal life in the 21st century and how this affect the small, day-to-day things in their relationship. Some of the scenarios that these two get up are just plain hilarious. I counted and I laughed out loud 18 times while read The back of the book says it all, "a love story between a vampire and a werewolf". At the basis of this book, it is a a simple story of two people falling in love, they just happen to be supernatural, It deals with the quirks of being a vampire and werewolf living a mainly normal life in the 21st century and how this affect the small, day-to-day things in their relationship. Some of the scenarios that these two get up are just plain hilarious. I counted and I laughed out loud 18 times while reading this. I don't outwardly laugh while reading so this surprised me. Not only is it hilarious but this book brings a slice of life approach to the paranormal romance genre. When I first started reading this, I was surprised at first by Sarah Anderson's decision to write more of an adult romance novel with its use of sexual innuendos and adult themes. I quickly adapted and quite enjoy it. This is a great addition Andersen's bibliography, with her Sarah Scribbles roots showing but still being an original graphic novel, I highly recommend this to anyone who enjoyed her previous works,This novel is addicting and so easy digestible. The story is presented in a non-continuous manner - providing bit sized chapters. The relationship between Elsie and Jimmy is just so quirky and cute. Not only so they have great chemistry which shines off the page but they also have great banter. I love some good banter in a romance. One thing I particularity enjoyed how the story didn't focus on the grand paranormal aspect of the story, I felt the slice of life aspect made me instantly relate to the characters and like them. It grounded their romance in reality. My only complaint is that I wished it was longer. I flew threw this and now I need more. I would love for Andersen to break out of her story per page format and come out with longer chapters and more panels.
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  • Carol Flores
    January 1, 1970
    Unlike her previous works, I really loved this book. To me, it was way better because it has an improved art style and it’s about the romance between a vampire and a werewolf in the XXI century. Jimmy and Elsie are complete opposites but they understand each other because they’re creatures of the night. Ultimately, they do not hide their primal instincts around each other, and more often than not they share cute, adorable and whole-some moments that made me smile like an idiot from the very begi Unlike her previous works, I really loved this book. To me, it was way better because it has an improved art style and it’s about the romance between a vampire and a werewolf in the XXI century. Jimmy and Elsie are complete opposites but they understand each other because they’re creatures of the night. Ultimately, they do not hide their primal instincts around each other, and more often than not they share cute, adorable and whole-some moments that made me smile like an idiot from the very beginning. This book was a light-hearted reading that shows the perks of being in a relationship with someone that is good to you, that complements your personality and who accepts you for who you are. "Dogs can be leashed. But a wolf chooses to stay." If you’re already familiar with Andersen’s comics, you know she has just the right amount of humor and fluff in every page. And of course, as a vampire lover, I must add that I loved Elsie’s clothes and personality! On the other hand, Jimmy was such an easy-going guy that I can understand why she fell in love with him. Both of them are adorable and I’m sure you’ll enjoy this graphic novel if you have the chance to read it!I received an e-book copy in exchange for an honest review via NetGalley.PREVIOUS REVIEWS:Adulthood is a Myth | Big Mushy Happy Lump | Herding Cats
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  • Ailen Garcia
    January 1, 1970
    × Thanks to Andrews McMeel Publishing and NetGalley for the ARC. It was provided in exchange for an honest review ×This is the first book I read by this author and I really enjoyed it. It's a fun read about a vampire girl, Elsie, and her werewolf boyfriend, Jimmy. Is like an slice of life of them, I loved how the author depicted their relationship. It's a simple and cute love story, even a little spooky, and I highly recomend it if you wanna have a good laugh.Ya estaba leyendo esta historia en T × Thanks to Andrews McMeel Publishing and NetGalley for the ARC. It was provided in exchange for an honest review ×This is the first book I read by this author and I really enjoyed it. It's a fun read about a vampire girl, Elsie, and her werewolf boyfriend, Jimmy. Is like an slice of life of them, I loved how the author depicted their relationship. It's a simple and cute love story, even a little spooky, and I highly recomend it if you wanna have a good laugh.Ya estaba leyendo esta historia en Tapas donde la autora está subiendola de a poco pero cuando vi que estaba disponible para pedir el ARC no dudé en hacerlo porque lo que había leído me había gustado mucho. En Fangs seguimos la relación amorosa de Elsie y Jimmy, una vampira y un hombre lobo, a través de las situaciones que son cotidianas en sus vidas. En general no siguen un hilo conductor pero no por eso se disfruta menos, es una historia sencilla sobre el romance y los puntos que unen a dos personas con muchas diferencias. Sin duda es una lectura recomendada para cuando están con ganas de leer algo liviano, gracioso y que se vea bonito ;)
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  • Ashley (Red-Haired Ash Reads)
    January 1, 1970
    I am a huge fan of Sarah Scribbles so when I saw that Andersen was making a new comic about a vampire and wolf I was all over it. This comic was originally released on Tapas, a free webcomic site. So if you do want to continue following this work go check it out there. I loved this comic. It shows the progression of the relationship between a vampire, Vamp, and a werewolf, Jimmy. I loved the art style of this comic. It was beautifully drawn and each panel is packed with a lot of emotion. I could I am a huge fan of Sarah Scribbles so when I saw that Andersen was making a new comic about a vampire and wolf I was all over it. This comic was originally released on Tapas, a free webcomic site. So if you do want to continue following this work go check it out there. I loved this comic. It shows the progression of the relationship between a vampire, Vamp, and a werewolf, Jimmy. I loved the art style of this comic. It was beautifully drawn and each panel is packed with a lot of emotion. I couldn't git enough of these two! I really hope she continues to write Vamp and Jimmy’s story because I really enjoyed this. Also I think we need more paranormal daily life comics! *ARC provided by Netgalley for an honest review.*This review was originally posted at Red-Haired Ash Reads.
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  • HerOnlyTalentIsReadingBooks
    January 1, 1970
    This book's ARC was provided by Netgalley as an exchange for a honest review English rewiew Vampires and werewolves are enemies to death... But not here.This is the cutest thing in the world. My heart melted with every page, I just couldn't stop smiling.The art it's pretty nice and simple. It's not fill with unnecessary things and it's easy to read. It's got a few text vignettes and there are shorts.Elsie's a drama queen (in the good way) and fulfills the stereotypes of a vampire very well just This book's ARC was provided by Netgalley as an exchange for a honest review English rewiew Vampires and werewolves are enemies to death... But not here.This is the cutest thing in the world. My heart melted with every page, I just couldn't stop smiling.The art it's pretty nice and simple. It's not fill with unnecessary things and it's easy to read. It's got a few text vignettes and there are shorts.Elsie's a drama queen (in the good way) and fulfills the stereotypes of a vampire very well just like Jimmy, who is the cutest werewolf in life. Their couple dynamic it's everything I needed and this graphic novel it's what I really wanted.Read this, please.Spanish review Los vampiros y hombres lobos son enemigos a muerte... Pues en esta novela grafica no.Está es la cosita más cute del mundo. Mi corazón se derrite en cada página, no podía parar de sonreír.El arte es muy lindo y sencillo. No rellena las páginas de cosas innecesarias y el inglés es muy sencillo. Tiene pocas viñetas de texto y son cortas Elsie es dramática y cumple muy bien los estereotipos de un vampiro al igual que Jimmy, que es el hombre lobo más tierno de la vida. Su dinámica juntos es todo lo que esta bien en el mundo y esta novela grafica es un completo si, para mi
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  • jenny✨
    January 1, 1970
    I would say that each page depicts a scene of beautifully mundane love but there isn’t anything mundane about vamp or wolf. Hey Jimmy, why do you think we get along?Well, you let me be me. Elsie AKA vamp: If Kiki from Kiki's Delivery Service developed a taste for blood and black lingerieJimmy AKA wolf: Legolas but give him Roland Schitt's beard and a pair of beat-up ChucksThis is absolutely precious and I laughed SO HARD. I’m utterly in love right now with both vamp and wolf, and the author’s I would say that each page depicts a scene of beautifully mundane love but there isn’t anything mundane about vamp or wolf. Hey Jimmy, why do you think we get along?Well, you let me be me. Elsie AKA vamp: If Kiki from Kiki's Delivery Service developed a taste for blood and black lingerieJimmy AKA wolf: Legolas but give him Roland Schitt's beard and a pair of beat-up ChucksThis is absolutely precious and I laughed SO HARD. I’m utterly in love right now with both vamp and wolf, and the author’s wields her endearing-as-heck drawings and economical sense of humour to great effect. (Seriously, the one panel where wolf throws open the curtains and vamp goes FWOOSH had me in stitches.)Many thanks to NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for this e-ARC in exchange for an honest review!
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  • Camila Quezada
    January 1, 1970
    i love Sarah Andersen art style and thats why i picked up this one despite i was a little scared because the synopsis hinted that this book would be different from her other works and it is but just in the art style, other than that is the same, we got her characteristic sense of humor wich i love so much.we also got two amazing characters, they are really funny and cute and i love their realtionship, their internal jokes made me laugh so hard even tought they were a little cliche but i think th i love Sarah Andersen art style and thats why i picked up this one despite i was a little scared because the synopsis hinted that this book would be different from her other works and it is but just in the art style, other than that is the same, we got her characteristic sense of humor wich i love so much.we also got two amazing characters, they are really funny and cute and i love their realtionship, their internal jokes made me laugh so hard even tought they were a little cliche but i think that was the point make fun of those cliches, i dont know i just really love it! and if you haven't read any of her books i highly recommend this one and her other works.Thanks to netgalley and the publisher for providing me with this e-arc in exchange for my honest review
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  • Anandi Puritipati
    January 1, 1970
    I have been following Fangs on Tapas as Sarah released episodic panels ever week, so nothing in this book is new to me. I just want to say that I absolutely adore Sarah's art and I'm so happy that Fangs is coming out as a comic book!! I mean, we all talk about monsters falling in love, and that's exactly what this is. In vein with everything Sarah has done so far, the panels are slice-of-life, funny, and heart warming all at once. I adore Elsie, although I would be wary of her because she WILL e I have been following Fangs on Tapas as Sarah released episodic panels ever week, so nothing in this book is new to me. I just want to say that I absolutely adore Sarah's art and I'm so happy that Fangs is coming out as a comic book!! I mean, we all talk about monsters falling in love, and that's exactly what this is. In vein with everything Sarah has done so far, the panels are slice-of-life, funny, and heart warming all at once. I adore Elsie, although I would be wary of her because she WILL eat you. And Jimmy is just the cutest little good boy, yes he is, yes he is!!Any way, go check it out when it comes out. It's short, cute and super fun!We stan Sarah Anderson, obviously.
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  • Halee Denise
    January 1, 1970
    arc provided by the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewThis was a cute, quirky and entertaining read!I loved seeing the relationship dynamic between a werewolf and a vampire. I especially loved all of the puns associated with both.The art was simplistic but also adorable and definitely kept my attention.Overall, I really enjoyed my time with this graphic novel!4/5 ⭐️TW: death, blood.
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