Brian K. Vaughan, #1 New York Times bestselling writer of SAGA, and Cliff Chiang, legendary artist of WONDER WOMAN, return with acclaimed colorist Matt Wilson and innovative letterer JAred K. Fletcher for the second volume of PAPER GIRLS, as the hit series continues with a bold new direction.After surviving the strangest night of their lives in the Cleveland suburb of Stony Stream, intrepid young newspaper deliverers Erin, Mac, and Tiffany find themselves launched from 1988 to a distant and terrifying future... the year 2016.What would you do if you were suddenly confronted by your 12-year-old self? 40-year-old newspaper reporter Erin Tieng is about to find out in this action-packed story about identity, mortality, and growing older in the 21st century.Collects PAPER GIRLS #6-#10...
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Paper Girls, Vol. 2 (Paper Girls #2) Reviews
Nope. I don't have time for this. If you thought there were too many mysteries in the first volume you'll be even more confused with this second installment and... I just don't care to be honest.
When this series is finished and IF we get all the answers that I'm not seeing anywhere right now I'll continue, but now I don't have the energy to read something that only adds confusion with every issue. Nah, not worth my time.
There are few moments here that I enjoyed and I feel like the writing is no ...more
There are much better graphic novel series's out there, but that doesn't mean that this one isn't worth reading. There's something singularly special about this, and I can't quite put my finger on it.
This is a sweet series about a group of young girls, sorta wrong end of the track young girls but still so young that this 'wrong side of the track' is more of a purposely put on face than an actually lived-&-learned persona. It's 1988 and they're "Paper Girls," hence the title, and our heroine ...more
Still no idea wtf is going on, but it's kind of fun so whatever.
It had been a little while since I read volume 1, but I was able to jump right into this volume no problem. The second I started reading, I was able to jump right back into the story. I loved the element of time travel in this volume. I know it was introduced in the first volume, but it really went all Back To The Future in this one. We saw multiple versions of one of the characters which was pretty awesome! I still have a few questions, especially about the extreme future timeline and what the ...more
2 volumes in and they still haven't explained anything and just keep throwing weird things at us in the hopes we won't notice? I'm unimpressed.
What is Past is Epilogue
"When are we?"
Well, I know even less what is going on than I did at the end of the first volume. But sometimes when you are on a rollercoaster going over the crest of that hill you just put your hands in the air and go with it. This is something like ET with badass girls and pterodactyls and iPhones and smart cars and esperanto. It began in 1988 in Cleveland with four "papergirls" (instead of paperboys!), but we are now in 2016. And in one thread, somewhere much farther i ...more
So I mentioned in my review of the original Paper Girls that I had actually read this one first, which might explain why I enjoyed volume one so much, while a lot of my friends were so bewildered that they were on the fence about it. I also think it says something for this volume that I was able to read and enjoy it without being so confused that I couldn't understand it, and liking it so much that it probably made me more enthusiastic than I would have been about the first one.
So at the end of ...more
Paper Girls Vol. 2 superó al primer volumen y me encantó.
Esta vez, la historia fue un poco menos confusa, pero igual mantiene el interés. Me gusta que mantenga el suspenso y hayan situaciones inesperadas. Creo que la historia está muy bien construida.
Por otro lado, las chicas son demasiado geniales. A veces pienso que están locas, pero son personajes muy interesantes. Aún no me decido cuál me gusta más, si Erin, Mac, Tiffany o K.J.
Además, el arte es muy cool.