Liberty Meadows Volume 2: Creature Comforts Info

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  • This is the second collection book of the award winning
    comic book series, Liberty Meadows. This volume collects issues 10
    through 18 of the wildly popular comic book, Liberty Meadows. All
    the comic strips are completely remastered and uncensored. With cover
    art gallery, extensive sketch and illustration section. Plus a complete
    never been published Liberty Meadows short story.

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Reviews for Liberty Meadows Volume 2: Creature Comforts:

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Jan 23, 2019

This volume has Frank go on a couple of disastruous dates, a good opportunity to make some sexist jokes. Tragedy strikes when a forest fire threatens the camp and the animals have to spend an extended time on a boat. Brandy and Frank must take the animals in their homes. Worse, government funding is cut, so they organize a wiener dog race.

Frank's dreams come true when Brandy asks him to be her boyfriend, but only because her mother is visiting. Her mom is almost hotter. The camp reconstruction This volume has Frank go on a couple of disastruous dates, a good opportunity to make some sexist jokes. Tragedy strikes when a forest fire threatens the camp and the animals have to spend an extended time on a boat. Brandy and Frank must take the animals in their homes. Worse, government funding is cut, so they organize a wiener dog race.

Frank's dreams come true when Brandy asks him to be her boyfriend, but only because her mother is visiting. Her mom is almost hotter. The camp reconstruction effort is hampered by beavers which bring with them some classic jokes I remember seeing in Looney Tunes. The volume ends with a cookout Dead organizes to bring Frank closer to Brandy, but he still chickens out. ...more
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Jan 01, 2019

Separate volumes of collected comic strips are never that distinctive but I can say that the quality of the artwork and humour has remained just as high as it was with book one. Admittedly, this can get a little risque for children, so Ive had to edit or quickly pass over certain panels. We all enjoyed this one. Separate volumes of collected comic strips are never that distinctive but I can say that the quality of the artwork and humour has remained just as high as it was with book one. Admittedly, this can get a little risque for children, so I’ve had to edit or quickly pass over certain panels. We all enjoyed this one. ...more
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Jun 19, 2018

Like the first volume, this one is full of goofy jokes and beautiful linework.
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Mar 21, 2016

decided to do a sort of group review of four of the last graphic words i have read: The Best of The Spirit- https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3..., Two Brothers- https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2..., Patience- https://www.goodreads.com/review/list..., and Liberty Meadows vol. 2- https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2...

i am trying to figure out what exactly i want in a graphic work, and to some degree these are emblematic, if only one is a favourite (The Spirit) decided to do a sort of group review of four of the last graphic words i have read: The Best of The Spirit- https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3..., Two Brothers- https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2..., Patience- https://www.goodreads.com/review/list..., and Liberty Meadows vol. 2- https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2...

i am trying to figure out what exactly i want in a graphic work, and to some degree these are emblematic, if only one is a favourite (The Spirit) https://www.goodreads.com/review/list..., the only one i got on sort of impulse buying (needed a break after reading some philosophy), one a gift (Patience) from my friend the comics illustrator, the other two just saw at the library...

i had read the novel by Milton Hatoum (The Brothers)- https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/9...
so i knew the story, i knew it was brazilian, i knew it was exotic, i knew it was translated. i actually prefer the graphic to the novel, the style of art with black/white, compositions often tilted, figures and landscapes often blended together, the images tell the story with representational focus but abstract, immediate, the plot driving through Manaus from the wealthy bourgeoisie to the criminal underworld, the characters particularly of the brothers well-delineated, foreshadowing and thematic intensity work well... mainly i liked this more than the book because it was a swift, easy read, and the artwork made me think of Tardi...

Liberty Meadows vol. 2, well, i liked it but the story, being mostly episodic, mostly comic, mostly familiar from the last time i read Liberty Meadows, do not know what i expected: do know that the artist is very good on smooth, curving lines, the animals are cute, goofy, the humans perfect for each character- and Cho must really like big-breasted women cause he draws her from many expressive angles and the nebbish character seems a stand-in for an assumed straight male reader, which is fine i guess but limits her role, his plot, his misfortunate inability to talk to her, to ask her out... i suppose i would have liked some plot, some complexity, something more than antics of the animals and relentless sexism...

Patience- friend gave it to me liked the plot, wondered how i would take it: yes the plot is cool, is intriguing, is a good mix of romance and 'sci-fi' and revenge and action, moves through well-defined eras with strong characterization, the thug as well as the narrator, the art?... i guess it is just my tendency to find plots in written work and go to graphic work for the art, and this art did not work for me like Ghost World by Clowes, if it was deliberately flat, simple, stiff characterizations and postures, then maybe i need to look at it again. as is, this made me wonder if the artist for Liberty Meadows had drawn this work, i might have liked it more... but would the story work as well?

The Best of The Spirit- i had heard of Will Eisner, had glanced through Contract... but was always put off by the artwork, so here i was pleasantly surprised by what i imagine is only graphic technology of the day, of the solid blocks of colour, of the simple figures, none of this detracted from the remarkable and concise plots of each adventure- i was amazed, i think i have to look at his other work, i enjoyed how he tells the story in images, how swift, how direct, with just the right amount of comic and satiric moments... definitely my favourite of these four works... ...more
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Mar 23, 2011

Liberty Meadows is an animal sanctuary for some very special animals. Watched over by the beautiful Brandy and the geeky Frank, this strip is a a chaotic joyride of laughs. Cho's artwork is beautiful and his humor is both laugh-out funny and peculiar enough to strike my funny bone (I especially enjoy his sliding in other cartoon characters as well as breaking the third wall with his "Monkey Boy" character :) ) As an added touch, I really liked seeing the sketches at the end of this book!
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Mar 15, 2011

I read this as my nightstand book. And every night that I did, Josh would hear me laughing. Some of these strips had me in stitches. Who would have thought three or four-panel strips could be so funny. And yes its true, Frank Cho really knows how to draw beautiful women. Its what hes known for in the industry. Oh, and there are several references to Xena, which I am of course not opposed to I read this as my nightstand book. And every night that I did, Josh would hear me laughing. Some of these strips had me in stitches. Who would have thought three or four-panel strips could be so funny. And yes it’s true, Frank Cho really knows how to draw beautiful women. It’s what he’s known for in the industry. Oh, and there are several references to Xena, which I am of course not opposed to ...more

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