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Previously unpublished short stories rounding out last year's smash hit Box Office Poison More Box Office Poison stories from Alex Robinson There were s. A great little coda to Box Office Poison kind of the extras on a DVD set

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Bop AUTHOR Alex Robinson

Stories including all of the SPXExpo Anthology shorts the Box Office Poison Kolor Karnival seen here in glorious black and white and some extra goodies. Short story length comics with the characters from Box Office Poison It skips around in time seuence and a lot of it focuses on Caprice a minor character from the original BOP who I didn t have much of a strong connexion with However certain stories such as Jane s High School Reunion are amazing I read the 600 page Box Office Poison in four days at 88 pages this took two hours

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Everal short stories featuring Sherman Ed and friends which were not collected in the giant Box Office Poison collection BOP reprints all of those short. Side stories and such that don t uite fit in nice revisiting of the characters I like having Caprice but there s one bit of ambiguity that calls a lot of her ending into uestion


10 thoughts on “Bop AUTHOR Alex Robinson

  1. says:

    A great little coda to Box Office Poison kind of the extras on a DVD set

  2. says:

    I loved Box Office Poison and it's great to have contentThe characters are familiar and I really like the realism of the stories3 stars not because it disappointing but I think I won't remember much of it It might not be fair but for my use of Goodreads I've decided to rate based on my reading experience instead of what I think of the book i

  3. says:

    Wish there were

  4. says:

    Side stories and such that don't uite fit in nice revisiting of the characters I like having Caprice but there's one bit of ambiguity that calls a lot of her ending into uestion

  5. says:

    Perhaps since this is the only Box Office Poison that I've read I may not be the best judge of itbut overall I felt this collection of short comics was somewhat bland Not very funny or insightful Which is somewhat strange to me since I absolutely loved his book Too Cool to be Forgotten Although this book has some similar themes it's just no comparison to Too Cool which I really enjoyed reading I wasn't too impressed b

  6. says:

    I enjoyed the experience of getting another peek into the lives of some characters I was already very familiar with It was as though their lives weren't complete just because I finished reading Box Office Poison BOP They lived on elsewhere here was to them and their lives I was glad to see them again however this collect

  7. says:

    Short story length comics with the characters from Box Office Poison It skips around in time seuence and a lot of it focuses on Caprice a minor character from the original BOP who I didn't have much of a strong connexion with However certain stories such as 'Jane's High School Reunion' are amazing I read the 600 page Box Office Poison in four days at 88 pages this took two hours

  8. says:

    Most of these reprints of early Box Office Poison short stories vignettes are a little too cute and pithy not to mention dull Absorbing soap operas really shouldn't be chopped into discrete short stories The one exception here is the cyclical Flat Earth Caprice's Story which strikes those same icky and visually hilarious

  9. says:

    BOP is terrific However Box Office Poison is far far far far terrific I think everyone should read them both On

  10. says:

    A companion piece BOP is filled with short vigenettes not included in the main volume As such its existence provides a peek into what Box Office Poison might have been had less emphasis been put on a continuing storyline What we get is a approachable and humorous while still retaining character development