Bitch Planet #7

Bitch Planet #7

Kelly Sue DeConnick Valentine De Landro Taki Soma / Dec 11, 2019

Bitch Planet Makoto arrives on Bitch Planet Whitney has to answer for Meiko s death

  • Title: Bitch Planet #7
  • Author: Kelly Sue DeConnick Valentine De Landro Taki Soma
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Makoto arrives on Bitch Planet Whitney has to answer for Meiko s death.

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      • Kelly Sue DeConnick Valentine De Landro Taki Soma

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    1. I know I'm pretty harsh on this series sometimes- rightfully so- but I DO like the storyline, some characters are growing on me, I like the world building (done very well FYI) and I think the artwork is very creative.BUT the political and social undertone/agenda is just ridiculous. My review for issue #6 explains my problems for this series completely.

    2. Some nasty things continue to stirI have to say I love the cover art on this issue! It echoes propaganda posters from WWI. They were used to procure men and money during wartime. A time when countries were sedat aye for aid and needed to fight not just the people but the ideals that were threatening them. The choice style for seems so fitting giving the current situation. It's time for the women to start procuring allies as they stand up to fight the men threatening their human existence. I may [...]

    3. One of the things I love about graphic novels is the lettering. A slight bold emphasis on a word affects the rhythm and tone of the script. This issue has a great script. I'm a big fan of the series, from the exposure of chauvinistic jokes to the thoughtful articles and celebration of fans in the back. And there's a podcast too? I'm nerding out right now, and it's a beautiful thing.

    4. This issue sets up for so much heartache. This is easily my favorite comic book series. Can't wait for issue 8.

    5. This comic makes me angry, fearful, and proud all at the same time. I love it. Feminist, multicultural, inclusive, and goddamn exciting. I'm rationing the next couple of issues so I don't have to wait so long for the next issue once I am caught up. Bitch Planet is just that good.

    6. Initial review thoughts: when I got this issue in the mail, I couldn't wait to get home and read it. Somehow though, it ended up sitting on my desk for nearly a month. I think I wasn't ready to get back to BP. I've been avoiding it. Sometimes I start filling up with inexplicable anxiety and seem unable to do anything, including read my favorite comic. This comic forces me to face all things I repress, and I usually have to be in a pretty healthy space to face them. For the last month, for variou [...]

    7. Bitch Planet continues to be good in both writing and art. Stylistically it sets itself apart from other comics on the shelf. I regret owning the first 6 issues in a TPB. The content in the back gives color and context to what KSD is trying to convey and the viewpoints and essays are refreshing reads that paint feminism in many different contexts. I will be buying the single issues from here on out.

    8. I like this one much better than #6. I think cause it went back to the original story, not that I mind the backstory, but eh. Anyways, this issue was more interesting to me, and I also like the article in the back about the Strong Black Female Archetype. I like this comic, and I already know, that because of who I am, I'm a Non-compliant too. *kanye shrug* 3.5

    9. I loved this issue as well - I think the standalone issue 6 was stronger and I have a special affection for it because of the amazing response to a letter in the letters page - but this is great too.This whole series is great.

    10. Excellent, every issue is enjoyable. This story arc adds some interesting new layers that I'm excited to see explored, can't wait!

    11. Loving the world-building and behind the scenes. There's humanity in everyone, from the protagonists to their enemies. How DeConnick shows that through her choice of scenes is consistently impressive.

    12. the essay in back from deconnick felt a little odd- am i supposed to feel empathetic towards violent white terrorists? otherwise, the comic is excellent as usual.

    13. Back on track with the main story! The essays in the back are still my favourite part, but I really want to see how this whole thing turns out.

    14. Cannot say enough good things about this comic. I continue to want a noncompliant tattoo, but haven't worked up the nerve.

    15. This was such an emotional issue! From rage at Father what's his face to heart break seeing a grieving Penny! Things are starting to heat up and shit is gonna hit the fan sooner rather than latter!

    16. This series is angry, feminist, kind, and amazingly educational. I learn something and am always left thinking.

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