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Teenagers from Mars Summary ↠ 2 å Max is a grave robbing 13 year old who gathers relics to pawn for comic book money Macon works at the local Mallmart by day and publishes his comic book manifestos by night Madison is a punk beauty who just might be able to fly When Macon gets badly beaten in a fight with his boss over comic books Macon and MadisoGers From Mars a chaotic comics extravaganza in which three teens strive against censorship and adults to protect the comics they love Originally published as a series of comics Teenagers from Mars shows what happens when people who love comics enough to fight for them are forced t. I've read some very compelling interesting thought provoking comics in my day This is absolutely not one of them

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Max is a grave robbing 13 year old who gathers relics to pawn for comic book money Macon works at the local Mallmart by day and publishes his comic book manifestos by night Madison is a punk beauty who just might be able to fly When Macon gets badly beaten in a fight with his boss. Just finished reading another graphic novel Took about 2 hours to read which seems about right Rushed through the ending a little bit as I had to pee but whatever My ex girlfriend when she was still my girlfriend lent it to me as it is her favorite book I can see why as the heroine shares than an uncanny resemblance to her at least as far as looks go anywayIt was very funny very touching The artwork was amazing and the whole book was extremely cinematic especially all the “sound effects” There was good pacing throughout good character development when it was cliché it basked in its clicheness enjoyed it fully I can understand after reading this why “tongue in cheek” stuff can be fun and appealing if it also depends on likable and believable character situations I thought I would hate the “nerd revenge fantasyhappy ending to Columbine” ending but it worked for me Subjectively This book made me feel old It captured perfectly what it’s like to be a teenager in blah burg America I have difficulty nowadays empathizing with fanboy youth culture as the rolling in from the million comic book movies show they are really no longer even “subversive” consumerist and I have come or perhaps have always hated the trite Tromafied idea of mad fat Christian slobbos with pitchforks burning comic books How morally superior can you get Showing the rest of the world to be ignorant suares has always disgusted me and this book bestows an almost Ayn Rand like elitist saintliness to the protagonists But is such entitlement of moral and intellectual superiority what being an “outsider” teenager in America is like You betAnd this book made me feel old When you are young it is easy to rebel against “society” to “stick it to the man” in whatever form hesheit takes There is school There are your parents There are your peers etc When you get older it becomes harder There is no “society” any There is no “establishmentmachine” to stick it to I grew up sticking it to the man until about halfway through college when things became complicated than that If you continue trying to stick it to the man after a certain age it becomes really sort of pathetic witness me who has dropped out of society Who am I “sticking it to” but myselfAnd again subjectively I can understand why my ex girlfriend would love this book and I projected a great deal of her into the story Part of our troubles was she wanted to get to the fanboy inside of me but the fanboy inside of me died a couple years ago Which really really sucks because we would’ve been perfect for each other in high school or collegeSometimes I feel it’s lame that I still think I’m at the age where I have time to worry about things like thisGreat book overallHave to remember not to return this one to the library

Review Teenagers from Mars

Teenagers from MarsOver comic books Macon and Madison take revenge by smashing the front of the store They leave their calling card graffitied across the wreckage Comic Book Liberation Army The next day Max joins in the mayhem and soon the town has declared all out war on comic booksThus begins Teena. Instant fave of mine A punkcomix story following two violent teens who meet fall in love and fight the cops to defend their comics Super entertaining and pulpy and as always I'm a huge fan of Rob G's black and white illustrations