Liquid City, Vol. 2

Liquid City Volume 2 once again brings together creators from Southeast Asia to offer an amazing diversity of stories From Lat s vignette of a soccer game in Malaysia and Ivan Song s poignant, near future tale of childhood memories, to Vietnamese artist Nguyen Thanh Phong s account of his adventures in South Korea, this collection showcases an incredible variety of stylesLiquid City Volume 2 once again brings together creators from Southeast Asia to offer an amazing diversity of stories From Lat s vignette of a soccer game in Malaysia and Ivan Song s poignant, near future tale of childhood memories, to Vietnamese artist Nguyen Thanh Phong s account of his adventures in South Korea, this collection showcases an incredible variety of styles and genres War, fantasy, drama, road trips, and Robot Rabbits you ll find it all and in Liquid City Volume 2.
Liquid City Vol Liquid City Volume once again brings together creators from Southeast Asia to offer an amazing diversity of stories From Lat s vignette of a soccer game in Malaysia and Ivan Song s poignant near fu

  • Title: Liquid City, Vol. 2
  • Author: Sonny Liew Koh Hong Teng Vic-Mon Adrian Ngin Nguyen Thanh Phong John Weeks aks Ivan Song
  • ISBN: 9781607063117
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Liquid City, Vol. 2”

    1. One of the things I love about the Liquid Sky books is how they expand my view of the comics world. I've been a comics fan pretty much all my life. I was a dedicated reader of The Comics Journal for a long time. I read Schodt's Manga Manga and dreamed of having access to the world of Japanese comics, then cried like a baby when the flood of manga started hitting US bookstores and I realized I couldn't afford to keep up with it all (the Universe has a perverse sense of humor with regards to wishe [...]

    2. (More pictures at parkablogs)Liquid City is back with volume 2. It's a comic anthology with contributions from various Southeast Asia artists such as Sonny Liew (also editor here), Straits Times artists Miel, Charlene Chua and many others.I enjoyed this better than the first volume. The storytelling felt better. Most of the stories have influence relating to South East Asia, and these are some of the better stories compared to the others where that context isn't that strong. There are a few stor [...]

    3. Slightly better than the first volume But still it lacks good quality storytelling as well as graphic visuals Not up to the mark as the flight series. Fortunately I got to read it by borrowing it from a friend It's still a pass for me.

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