Applegeeks Volume 1: Freshman Year

Applegeeks Volume Freshman Year Jayce an introspective writer and Hawk an excitable artist and inventor have unofficially taken up residence in the home of sweet and thoughtful Alice and hard drinking hard smoking hard hitting

  • Title: Applegeeks Volume 1: Freshman Year
  • Author: Ananth Panagariya Mohammad F. Haque
  • ISBN: 9781595821744
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jayce, an introspective writer, and Hawk, an excitable artist and inventor, have unofficially taken up residence in the home of sweet and thoughtful Alice and hard drinking, hard smoking, hard hitting Gina The foursome s busy trying to figure out what to do with the rest of their lives, and how the heck to fit their college classes in around marathon video game sessions,Jayce, an introspective writer, and Hawk, an excitable artist and inventor, have unofficially taken up residence in the home of sweet and thoughtful Alice and hard drinking, hard smoking, hard hitting Gina The foursome s busy trying to figure out what to do with the rest of their lives, and how the heck to fit their college classes in around marathon video game sessions, visits to the comic shop, and offbeat road trips, but when Hawk gets fed up with constantly striking out with women and decides to create the perfect girlfriend in his basement lab, passing classes suddenly becomes the least of the group s worries If Hawk s project is a success, will his creation be content with being the perfect girlfriend, or will she have dreams of her own Anduh many things is she going to blow up

    One thought on “Applegeeks Volume 1: Freshman Year”

    1. Good, but not as good as the second volume. The series starts off roughly (as might be expected) with an uncertain art style which would quickly evolve, though by the end it picks up pretty well and you can tell the creators' confidence levels have markedly improved. A good setup for volume 2. (And, as another reviewer already noted, the binding on this is absolute rubbish--no sooner do you turn a page than it falls out in your hand. It makes me cranky and unappreciative. Whoever is responsible [...]

    2. I just couldn't get into this book. It may be more appealing to those who like manga, but it took WAY too long to get started. Some of the latter parts of the book look better, but I didn't stick around that long. And, as other reviewers have said, the binding of the book is TERRIBLE. It falls apart, even if you turn the pages ever so gently. I can't even donate it to the library, because it is in such poor shape.

    3. Fun comics & tidbits. I really enjoyed the content.However, in reading it the book fell apart on me. The binding just let loose all the pages, so I am extremely disappointed with the construction of the book itself. (It was brand new too) *sigh*

    4. Horribly bound. Felt apart before it was read one time. It's a shame. I bought a second copy in new condition which fell apart within less than one day of opening the package.

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