Who is Lottie Person?Is she a gorgeous, fun-loving social media star with a perfect life or a gross, allergy-ridden mess? Enter a world of snot, blood, and tears in this first collection from New York Times Best Seller Bryan Lee O'Malley (Scott Pilgrim, Seconds) and dazzling newcomer Leslie Hung!Collecting: Snotgirl 1-5 ...
|Title||:||Snotgirl, Vol. 1: Green Hair Don't Care (Snotgirl #1)|
|Number of Pages||:||136 pages|
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Snotgirl, Vol. 1: Green Hair Don't Care (Snotgirl #1) Reviews
So my newfound love of graphic novels may have led me a bit astray here. I'm definitely not the target audience for this one, but I went into it knowing very little, since I've had such good luck in the past, and to be honest I'm surprised it took me this long to find one that I didn't connect with.
Lottie Person is a 20-something fashion blogger living in LA. She has glamorous and intolerable friends, an ex-boyfriend who pops up practically everywhere she goes with his new girlfriend who accordi ...more
It seems like this Graphic Novel is not that popular, but hey, I really liked it. The art is gorgeous and I thought the plot was very interesting and easy to follow - a lot of Graphic Novels I read seems like the story is very rushed, but I didn't have that problem with Snotgirl, Vol. 1: Green Hair Don't Care. I'll definitely read the next volume. :)
Lottie Person has a secret. Well, she has plenty of secrets. But her biggest one is that she's a snottie behind the glamourous social persona she puts on. "Snotgirl" is superficial, facetious, one-dimensional, and honestly unfocused and unlikeable - adjectives with negative connotations but used in the best possible way.
If you give it enough time, it will actually stick to you like the pesky booger you were trying to pick at but eventually can't be bothered, and perhaps even grow to like it? Plu ...more
I liked the artwork, and I liked the concept. The whole she's-supercute-and-looks-like-she-has-it-all-together-but-is-actually-insecure-and-has-problems-just-like-the-rest-of-us. I dug it. It was very ala-real-life. We all take selfies and pick out the best looking one right? We all have bodily functions and secretions we pretend don't exist. We all stalk our exes and our ex's new girlfriends, and her friends, and her family and her exes right?! Lol (or wait, is that just me?)
So I was diggen it ...more
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First off, I love the fact that she has green hair! I am definitely a fan of that. As far as the story goes, it was interesting. I am not 100% sure if I am a fan or not, but I am willing to read the next one to see. I honestly cant tell exactly what is going on with her yet. She sees a new friend die early on, but then this person continues to be around like she didn't actually die and I don't know if her new allergy meds (which are experimental) are causing her to see hallucinations or if the g ...more
Surprisingly, I liked this one. But, probably, the air of mystery in this comic had the highest percentage why I ended up liking this book.
The main character is fine. The minor characters are okay, too. They aren't annoying. I've expected them to be, but they are not.
The colorful arts are cool and pleasing to the eye.
Hoping for more meat on the sequels.