Part One: "Life is Very Long When You're Lonely"
Written by Alan Martin
Art by Brett Parson
Tank Girl finds that she is now missing something incredibly important in her life; her tank. Unbeknownst to Tank Girl, her tank has somehow come into the hands of a gallery owner named Magnolia Jones. While Tank Girl is out looking for money to buy a new tank, thinking her last one is gone for good, Magnolia Jones has become enamored with the fabled tank and the legend that is Tank Girl.
Tank Girl: Two Girls One Tank #1 is filthy and wacky fun. The first issue in this mini-series sets up the story well and is also an enjoyable read. I haven't read the original Tank Girl comics in some time, but I can say that anyone can pick this up and enjoy the ride.
The art looks great in this book. There is an edgy feel to it but it still has the element of cartoon that makes it wonderful to look at. Tank Girl: Two Girls One Tank #1 has color as well and it's done extremely well as there are bright colors but still looks like a dusty wasteland.
I received this book in the Comic Block subscription service. You can read my review of the entire box here.
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