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Alternative(s): 아씨 ; Assi ; Mistress
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Language: English
5.0
6 votes
Alternative(s): 아씨 ; Assi ; Mistress
Language: English
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At the age of 13, Dolsoe, who blushed just looking at the youngest woman, soon grew up to be a strong young man. There is a different tension between the woman who has become more mature and beautiful and her childhood friend Yeoreum
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Lola XOXO: Wasteland Madam #4 (Preview)
The action-packed climactic ending sees Madeline fighting for the survival of not only her group of rebels, but also any hope for a future! As the battle for the airport surges to its bloodiest apex, the Wasteland Madam must make a critical choice of whether love is more important than survival-and no matter what choice she makes, someone will pay the price!
Sep 05, 2017
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Madame Frankenstein #3
From its setting to its storylines, “Madame Frankenstein” shows a real knack for adding layers and complications — to everything except its title monster. Though the combination of fairies, family drama and mad science is developing into an interesting world, the recently resurrected Courtney still shows a disturbing lack of agency. While on some level I understand that her treatment is supposed to bother the reader, she’ll need to show at least a glimmer of self-awareness for the story to get moving. I’ll start with the good: “Madame Frankenstein” has taken a unique blend of elements and made a many-angled, multilayered plot out of a straightforward Frankenstein story. Jamie S. Rich has crammed a whole lot of character development and backstory into only three issues, and he has a beautiful ear for vintage dialogue that doesn’t sound hokey. Getting to see past Courtney in this issue was a treat. With her snappy lines and command of a room, it was easy to understand how Vincent and
Sep 05, 2017
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Madame Frankenstein #2
Jamie S. Rich and Megan Levens’ “Madame Frankenstein” #2 finds Courtney/Gail being educated (and physically repaired) by an emotionally damaged and drug addicted Vincent. Events that began badly are poised to end even worse thanks to the emotional abuse Vincent is both deliberately and inadvertently heaping onto Gail. The best thing Rich has going on for “Madame Frankenstein” is the way it feels like he mixes ideas together to create something with a bit more nuance and intrigue than just a typical Frankenstein-based tale. The book feels as much like “The Great Gatsby” as it does “Frankenstein” with its period setting and central female character that men project all their own emotions and desires onto. However, Rich has also weaved in an element of magic and real history through his use of The Cottingley Fairies myth. In 1920, the world was debating the existence of fairies thanks to two young girls that reported seeing them and offered up photograph evidence, which was later debun
Sep 05, 2017
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Madame Frankenstein #1
When a fatal car crash robs him of his beloved, Doctor Vincent Krall turns to science, making a desperate move that is unmistakably foreshadowed in the title of Jamie S. Rich and Megan Levens’ “Madame Frankenstein” #1. With solid character building, Rich leaves readers with an enjoyable — if enigmatic — protagonist and a handful of accessible allusions to both literature and film while Levens contributes a beautifully clean and expressive style to the book with thick, dark inks. From the get-go, Rich spins Krall into a complex character with many layers — which is more than appropriate, since he doesn’t leave much time or space to dwell nearly as long on Krall’s assistant Irene and the creation. However, this tactic works well in that it decisively splits Rich’s characters away from the source material; Krall’s motives are emotionally — instead of intellectually — driven, and Rich quickly establishes some sort of prior relationship between Krall and his creation pre- and post-mortem
Sep 05, 2017
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Madame Xanadu #29
Books come and go, and with the comic book market more fickle than it has ever been before, I figured it wasn’t long before “Madame Xanadu” disappeared from the regular monthly pile. After all, “Madame Xanadu” is a critically acclaimed series and one that I quite enjoy. Traditionally, those books just don’t seem bound for longevity. This issue, like many before is a magnificent read. It balances Madame Xanadu’s past with the promise of a heroic age in the future, an age that will bring, “a new speedster, and a green guardian. A micronaut and a sea king. An archer and his siren. Even. . . a Martian.” Rather than dredge along as the final issue of this series, it floats about as though it were the inaugural issue. It’s far from being a light-hearted tale, but it also isn’t a total downer. Wagner’s story has run its course, for now, and this issue is simply the final chapter in this volume. Part of the problem with Madame Xanadu is that the character – in many of her appearances outsi
Sep 05, 2017
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نجمة و ريشة الانامي
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Por que no puedo tener VIP para mi telefono y como quiera esta todo los anuncio quiero cancelar mi compra VIP por que voy a paga si no la puedo utilisa
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