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by Scott Kurtz

ePub PvP Volume 2: PvP Reloaded (v. 2) download
Author:
Scott Kurtz
ISBN13:
978-1582407777
ISBN:
1582407770
Language:
Publisher:
Toonhound Studios LLC (February 19, 2007)
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Subcategory:
Graphic Novels
ePub file:
1613 kb
Fb2 file:
1135 kb
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
792

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Cole and Brent are locked inside a comic book shop and trapped under a pile of long boxes, Francis prepares to direct the greatest fan-film of all time, the cat tries to take over the world, and the entire PvP crew heads to the San Diego ComiCon. and you! Yep, it's ather collection of the Eisner-minated comic strip that kicks the funny pages straight in the groin. The yuks never stop comin'.

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PvP is the pop culture infused, office comedy, slice-of-life comic strip that, with the help of a truly fantastic readership .

PvP is the pop culture infused, office comedy, slice-of-life comic strip that, with the help of a truly fantastic readership, has been published online daily for over 18 years. Written and illustrated by Scott Kurtz, the Eisner and Harvey Award winning comic strip continues to be and will forever remain free to read everyday at pvponline. Until now PvP has been entirely supported by advertising and merchandise.

In a world where nerds evolved from man, the staff of PvP Magazine rule as kings. Join Brent, Cole, Francis, Jade and Skull the Troll as they chronicle the world of video games, movies, comics and pop-culture. Hormonal teenagers, super-intelligent trolls, employees in custody and monkeys! Just your average day at the offices of PvP Magazine. Includes sketches, cover gallery and a look behind the scenes of creating a daily comic strip.
  • Beautiful comic book. Another fantastic collection of stories from PVP Online! by Scott Kurtz

  • Great item. Scott Kurtz is hilarious. I had the pleasure of meeting him. He is a great guy.

  • Scott Kurtz creats PVP daily online, and monthly for Image comics. But, if you can't get to either or those, or even if you can, you should grab ths compilation.
    As a follow up to "PVP at Large", this book collects PVP issues 7-12 from the Image Comics run. In side, you find storylines dealing with: Francis thinking he is in the future, Jade leaving the group and returning, Star Wars-Galaxies, John Edwards, Cole's love of Swedish 70's Pop bands, and even more.
    Scott's obvious love of pop culture helps elevate the comic to another level, and make it worth a read even by people who don't play games, read comics, or know Wolverine's real name. Because you don't have to.

  • I've said it before and I'll say it again: PvP is a wonderful comic strip! If you're an 80's child, gaming nerd, or even just a fan of well produced and genuinely funny comics...you should find a lot to like here. This is another wonderful collection of great strips. If you're followed the comic online, you may run into some storylines that you've gone through before. Personally, I think I've enjoyed reading through them again in the collected format more than I did getting the daily "zing!" comics (not to say that I don't still read it online...).

  • Scott Kurtz is a very funny and very talented individual. His mirth and ability to point out oddities in gaming culture is perfect! I, of course, am an avid reader of his online comic and am usually quick to purchase these compilations. Even if you are not into gaming, you'll learn to love the characters of PvP.

  • When i first meet PVP webcomic i fell in love with all the staff, i could easily identify myself with every one of them in diferent levels, then i became a complete fanboy of Kurtz's work.

    This PVP Volume is as good as the first volume was, and a easy way to own the comics that i in my country would never find in a local store.