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Paper Girls, Vol. 2 (Paper Girls #2)

Brian K. Vaughan, #1 New York Times bestselling writer of SAGA, and Cliff Chiang, legendary artist of WONDER WOMAN, return with acclaimed colorist Matt Wilson and innovative letterer JAred K. Fletcher for the second volume of PAPER GIRLS, as the hit series continues with a bold new direction.After surviving the strangest night of their lives in the Cleveland suburb of Stony Stream, intrepid young newspaper deliverers Erin, Mac, and Tiffany find themselves launched from 1988 to a distant and terrifying future... the year 2016.What would you do if you were suddenly confronted by your 12-year-old self? 40-year-old newspaper reporter Erin Tieng is about to find out in this action-packed story about identity, mortality, and growing older in the 21st century.Collects PAPER GIRLS #6-#10...

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ISBN : 9781632158956
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 128 pages
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Paper Girls, Vol. 2 (Paper Girls #2) Reviews

  • Bradley

    The story is moving super-fast. I love that about it. :) From doppelgangers to gigantic maggots, riding dragons, to portals through folded space, we're firmly in a very different SF than what I'm used to.

    And I love it.

    Case in point: Multiple worlds theory is crap. There's only one time, one world, but it can be rewritten. Repeatedly. Chaotically. Catastrophically.

    And it's a war between the adults and the kids. Only, no one seems to have their s*** together and the battle is raging on for 63k ye

  • Whitney Atkinson

    4.5 stars

    This continues to be very strange but very enjoyable! I find that when I read time travel books I get reeeeally disoriented because I hate how many loopholes arise and all the scientific timey wimey stuff just loses me really fast, but this managed to keep my interest most of the time, and I understanded most of it!

    The art continues to be wonderful and I love Erin as a main character. (She has anxiety!! Yes!!!!) There were still a lot of really cool references and I wanted to crey when

  • David Schaafsma

    What is Past is Epilogue

    "When are we?"

    Well, I know even less what is going on than I did at the end of the first volume. But sometimes when you are on a rollercoaster going over the crest of that hill you just put your hands in the air and go with it. This is something like ET with badass girls and pterodactyls and iPhones and smart cars and esperanto. It began in 1988 in Cleveland with four "papergirls" (instead of paperboys!), but we are now in 2016. And in one thread, somewhere much farther i

  • Chad

    Paper girls goes all Back to the Future 2 as they wind up in 2016. They soon realize KJ is missing and that becomes the focus of this volume. Erin meets up with her future self and is all "Woah, what happened? I'm a loser" Then a third Erin shows up in a space suit, but it's all good, because we find out her deal before the end of the book. The Paper Girls also battle some giant maggots and figure out how to get to KJ.

    This book while bringing up some new questions is more focused and easier to f

  • Sarah

    WOW! I am so glad I gave this comic series one more chance to impress me because I loved this volume! It was SO much better than Volume 1 and now I'm really happy that I found another comic series that I really like!

    I thought the first volume was really confusing and bland (I gave it 2 stars!) but this comic has stepped its game up! Volume 1 was all about setting the story up but in my opinion it didn't do a great job of reeling me in. Volume 2 completely reeled me in. It's exciting, mysterious

  • Artemy

    What a mess.

    I'm in the minority here, because I thought this volume was even worse that the first one, and the first wasn't good to begin with.

    So the time-fuckery continues, three girls out of four get straight outta the eighties and into 2016, Erin immediately and conveniently meets her future self, and another young clone-Erin from another future appears, too. There are also some giant tardigrades from the future fighting each other for no reason, an Apple product from — you guessed it! — the

  • Philip

    4ish stars.

    Three or four questions answered from volume 1, approximately eleventeen more added or left unanswered, give or take. But... I like it? Art good. Colors ooh pretty. Girls cool.

    Posted in Mr. Philip's Library

  • Kevin Kelsey

    Still no idea wtf is going on, but it's kind of fun so whatever.