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HASH(0x9ac0c708) von 5 Sternen I dedicate this review to...Bela Lugosi ;p 29. Mai 2005
Von Narcissa-Mae - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Having read the previous reviews here prior to buying Gloom Cookie, I wasn't expecting much in the way of plot or artwork. Perhaps due to this, I was very pleasantly surprised. Hell, I think everyone who has ever ventured into the Goth subculture has met a Vermillion. This book is brilliant both for the subculture mickey-take and the fairy tale undercurrents.

The only qualm I have is the complete lack of editing. This book is worse than Laurell K Hamilton in places, there is an abundance of 'your' instead of 'you're' and completely basic spelling errors that a five year old would know, I think Ms. Valentino needs introducing to the Apostrophe Protection Society.

*Just hopes that 2 and 3 are better edited* I look forward to hearing the rest of the story though.
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HASH(0x9aa93198) von 5 Sternen Couldn't put it down 3. Dezember 2001
Von Liz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
When I started this graphic novel, I wans't at all sure that I would enjoy it. Having read the comics of Jhonen Vasquez (I Feel Sick, et al) and Neil Gaimen (Mr. Punch and Sandman), I was Gloomcookie's target demographic, but it was the commnets of another customer that sold me. He told me that he never cries and that he cried numerous times while reading Gloomcookie. Then, he said he was usually laughing while he cried; the humor was so dark. Although I shed not a tear throughout my reading, I am at the comic book store every Wednesday to see if they got the new issue in.
So, why is it good? As another reviewer pointed out, there is a lot of catty, 6th grade conversations with rather purile behavior. That, to an extent, is true. Valentino is satirizing goth culture: the silly poems, the silly outfits, the silly cliques. If all the characters talked and behaved like mature adults, there would be no power in her punch. But the comic also shows good writing in not so much character dialogue, but plot formation. In one series there is a love story (that seems to stem from past lives and a recurring dream--I don't know that hasn't been completely reveled), an evil witch (who is also a monster), a benevolent monster under the bed, a cannibalistic girlfriend, a circus for a family and role players for whom the game is never over. While this may seem 200 pages of goth knocks and jokes, it simply shows the capacity of the sub-culture to laugh at itself (assuming that someone besides me laughed). But you don't need to be familar with Goth culture/comics/music to laugh. We all know people like this and sadly, will recognize someone in every character.
And, as have been covered in other reviews, the art is spectacular. However, beyond Issue 6 (the last issue in the novel), John Gebbia illustrates, not Ted Naifeh. Gebbia has a different style and there are minute changes in the features of the characters, but the comic doesn't lose its dark feel.
Just so you know, this comic is in black and white for those of you addicted to slick production.
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HASH(0x9aa9bf24) von 5 Sternen A+ for the art, D for junior-high-school level writing 8. November 2001
Von nycgirl - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The visuals for Gloomcookie were so overwhelmingly beautiful that i ordered every single issue based on the covers alone, hoping this would be the next "Lenore" or "Johnny The Homicidal Maniac." My mistake.
The storyline and writing, supplied by Serena Valentino, is just horrible. The entire series reads like a junior-high-school level book: puerile, overwhelmingly basic, lack of character development and depth, dialogue that reads like a bad soap opera or after-school tv drama. The characters use very simple, 6th-grade level speech and resort to using the F-word to express emotion--a clear sign that the author cannot properly express anger/hurt/frustration with true writing skills, so the easy way out is to use the F-word. The plot is anticlimactic, and definitely not the sign of a good writer. Take a look at anything by Jhonen Vasquez or Roman Dirge and you will see how they properly craft ingenious characters and dimensional scenes of humour, anger, drama, and imagination. Their writing is by far 100x more witty and intelligent than Gloomcookie and will stimulate you to no end. And by the way, they don't need to use curse words because they CAN write.
Gloomcookie's one saving grace: Ted Naifeh. His illustrations blow me away. Exquisite, rich, and emotionally illustrated, Naifeh's art does not subscribe to comic-book-art guidelines--it's modern, sharp, graphically astounding. Think "Batman the cartoon series" a sort of dark art-deco type of feel but more gothic.
Gloomcookie will not amuse you in terms of content--it bored me so much that i stopped reading it and just admired Naifeh's art. In fact, it is Ted Naifeh who keeps Gloomcookie from floundering--it's the only redeeming thing that makes me give this an extra 2 stars (otherwise, I'd only give it 1 star). He needs to do his own project with another person--preferably one who knows how to write.
Gloomcookie is all style, no substance. I'm not even inclined to order the rest of the issues.
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HASH(0x9ac1118c) von 5 Sternen Excellent Parody of Gothicism! 10. März 2002
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
For anyone who wants to approach the Goth lifestyle from an aloof perspective, search no further! Gloomcookie manages to incorporate all the tragic, yet inescapable aspects of those of us "Dark" individuals -- love gone wrong, revenge, and yes, even **BAD** Goth poetry. The characters really are interesting and fresh, particularly the love sick Vermilion and the sassy, taunting Chrys. Definitely worth your time and money.
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HASH(0x9aa890f0) von 5 Sternen Not that bad... 4. Januar 2012
Von Victoria H. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
When I re-read this, I soon learned it's not as bad as I had thought it would be. True, Serena Valentino's writing can use some polishing, there are typos galore in the lettering, and the characters could be a little more distinctive in terms of characteristics, but other than that I just found the book to be enjoyable.
The characters' personalities really do pop thanks to Ted Naifeh's beautiful art. Speaking as an artist/animator, he did a great job with gestures and facial expressions. The lovely art is the reason I give it 4 stars instead of just 3.
Even though the fantasy element doesn't make total sense, I still find it all right because it's kind of in a similar vein as the fantasy in the original "Sailor Moon" manga.
I enjoy this book in the same way I enjoy "Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland"; it may not be a masterpiece of its medium, but it's just plain fun and I'm glad I read it.
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