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Ame-Comi Girls Vol. 1 [Kindle Edition]

JIMMY PALMIOTTI , JUSTIN GRAY , AMANDA CONNER , Various
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AME-COMI GIRLS is based on the best-selling product line from DC Collectibles that brings the distinct Japanese influence of anime and manga to DC Comics' female heroines and their foes.

In the new series the heroines must unite to stop an invasion by the female Braniac, who is aided by a group of "bad girl" super villains including Duela Dent, Poison Ivy, Catwoman and Harley Quinn.

This volume collects issues #1-5 of the original series.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Jimmy Palmiotti is a multi-award-winning comic book creator with a wide range of experience in advertising, production, editorial, film writing and production, media presentation, and video game development. He has created and co-created numerous series and characters, including The New West, THE MONOLITH, 21 DOWN, THE RESISTANCE, Gatecrasher, Beautiful Killer, Back to Brooklyn, The Tattered Man and Painkiller Jane. Currently he is co-writing DC’s ALL-STAR WESTERN with Justin Gray.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Interessanter Ansatz 13. Oktober 2013
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
Comicheldinnen im Animestil weckten bei mir schonmal ein neugieriges Interesse.
Heraus kam eine Art Parallelwelt in der alle Helden weiblich sind, im gesamten Buch konnte ich nur einen männlichen Bösewicht finden (2-3 Seiten) und dann wäre da noch Steve Trevor zu nennen.
Andere Helden wie zum Beispiel Flash, Thor usw werden hier als weibliche Version dargestellt (Flash = Spitfire, Thor = Steel) ob das einem gefällt muss man für sich selbst entscheiden.
Die Geschichte beginnt mit einem Angriff auf die Paradiesinsel wo Wonderwoman mit ihren Amazonen lebt, gefolgt von Batgirl und Robin (Robin ist hier weiblich) und schlussendlich Powergirl (die wohl die Rolle von Superman übernimmt) und Supergirl. Schliesslich verbinden sich diese einzelnen geschichten zu einem gemeinsamen Strang.

Zeichnungen: Die Zeichnungen fand ich durchwachsen. Von sehr gut (Supergirl) bis hin zu eher nicht so gut (Robin, Cheetah). an manchen Stellen beeindruckend, an anderen hatte ich den Drang schnell weiter zu blättern.

Es gab an manchen Stellen Ungereimtheiten, für mich insbesondere was Catwoman anging und an wenigen anderen Szenen.

Zusammengefasst hat es mir Spaß gemacht diesen Comic zu lesen, auch wenn dieser seine Schwächen hat.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Love it but had to dock 1 star 24. Januar 2014
Von Andrew L - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Let me start off by saying that I am a HUGE Power Girl fan. I had stepped away from comics for quite a while until my wife started collecting the Kotobukiya Bishoujo figures. Being a comic book fan (had several subs when I was younger) I naturally got into the statues with her. This is how we came across the Ame-Comi series was because we found the super cute anime style figures/statues.

I was very intrigued by the 'starting from scratch... so to speak' nature of this series. The premise is cool, all girls heroines, and we were both looking for something we could start fresh in. Now on to the book.

Possible light spoilers ahead.

The art style varies dramatically throughout. The last section being by far my favorite, which is very anime/manga inspired. Also, the Wonder Woman chapter is very well done. The others, meh... Your mileage may vary. The writing is very fast paced. They want to introduce all the characters and get you up to speed in just a couple pages it seems. This is where I have to take a star off. I really wished they would have spent some more time on the characters. Wonder Woman and Joker get a decent amount, but Power Girl and Super Girl get the fast forward button. Being a PG fan, I loved that they made PG the Superman equivalent however! I hope she becomes a permanent part of Earth Prime in the new 52, but I digress.

A nice read, just a little shallow in the character development pool but looking forward to the next volume and hoping they flesh out the girls a little more!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Overall the book was very good. The idea to remove the male superheroes and ... 17. Dezember 2014
Von Clark - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Overall the book was very good. The idea to remove the male superheroes and fill their role with females who are well written was inspired. Placing the women of DC up front rather than being objects of distress or attraction is refreshing and while the costumes are often revealing it is believable and not to the point of exploitation and Amanda Conner's take on the female form is always amazing.

Delivery of the book is a different story altogether. The book was delivered in a "padded" envelope, meaning very lightly padded with bubble-wrap and upon opening the envelope, the top of the book's spine was damaged. Not to the point of making the material unreadable, but displeasing to display with the rest of the collection.
4.0 von 5 Sternen A good read with solid artwork 8. Januar 2015
Von Evan Kane - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A good read with solid artwork. Generally an inexpensive and fun read, I'm looking forward to reading vol. two and three.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen About girls but not for them 20. März 2015
Von Tattoogirl Reads - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I did not like this. I wanted to. But I didn’t. I love the statues and I thought that they were inspired by the comic. Not true. The comic was inspired by statues. At least that means I can continue buying the statues when I run across a cool one in good conscience.

So check out that cover. Doesn’t it look like it’s totally supposed to be a girl-power inducing cover? The back of the trade even says “Who Runs DC Universe? Girls!” Incorrect. Girls are drawn as the main focal point in a comic that is clearing meant for mean who appreciate the feminine physique more that a good story.

It has a good start. Wonder Woman is nothing but Princess Diana and she’s got a tough as nails attitude even though she needs to learn some humility. I was okay with the majority with her outfits even though they were little because Wonder Woman never wears very much. But there was one point when how she was posed plus what she was wearing made me very aware that I was not the target audience. It was all breasts and thigh. Then from there on her outfit just got smaller.

The amount of skimpy outfits and s*** talking from one female to another gets rather overwhelming. I’m used to women not wearing much in comics and men having unrealistic muscles but this was ridiculous. I wanted so much from it when all I got was being put out. After Wonder Woman the art changed and wasn’t as high of quality as the first installment. Robin actually called Ivy a “slutty salad.”

Just as a side note: Harley Quinn has some major boob action going on even though she’s wearing her harlequin outfit. I had to check and see if it was the same as my statue. It turns out that Harley’s cleavage is not on display on the statue but they just had to boob it up for the comic. Why?

If you like women in small outfits fighting bad guys and cat-fighting with each other than this is for you. If you want a good storyline and consistently good art then this is most definitely not for you. You can buy stuff with hot chicks and a good story just not in this book. I’m really glad I didn’t buy this.

I checked out other reviews, it seems like I’m the minority on this one but if a comic makes me feel isolated I’m entitled to that opinion. I’d rather people like it and enjoy their read than be miserable like I was.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Girl Power 28. Mai 2015
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Love the series
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