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@Read Epub ⚣ Hopeless Savages: Break  All the Hopeless Savages are back in this fourth volume of the critically acclaimed series Zero s in college and hating it , though a tour with the Dusted Bunnies promises to rejuvenate her spirits at least, that s what she s telling her therapist But a rival band threatens to end the tour early, and without her family, Zero s in no position to fight back Meanwhile, the rest of the Hopeless Savages are dealing with their own problems, including babies, contracts, and drug addictions But if there s one family who can pull it all off, it s this one Stunningly illustrated by Meredith McClaren Hinges , with flashbacks by original series artist Christine Norrie, this is one volume fans won t want to miss out on another fantastic installment of this incredible family story the art is just perfect for the speed and mood, deftly communicating the ways all my favorite punks emote maybe i cried part from the power of the story, the honesty, the well done moments of dramatic irony but part from the history i have with these characters, how their stories have filled me with hope for my own gay punk life break is a masterpiece and i m so proud it has finally gotten a chance to be shared thanks to all i another fantastic installment of this incredible family story the art is just perfect for the speed and mood, deftly communicating the ways all my favorite punks emote maybe i cried part from the power of the story, the honesty, the well done moments of dramatic irony but part from the history i have with these characters, how their stories have filled me with hope for my own gay punk life break is a masterpiece and i m so proud it has finally gotten a chance to be shared thanks to all involved in creation So This book I read the first three volumes of Hopeless Savages a couple years ago Ground Zero was my favourite I ve enjoyed some other work by Jen Van Meter And I love artist Meredith McClaren s webcomic, Hinges So I ve been looking forward to this one for pretty much this whole year And I was not disappointed The wait was worth it, even with the unfortunate delay This is a damned good comic Van Meter s writing is fantastic She can do fun and funny, she can do sweet and touching, an So This book I read the first three volumes of Hopeless Savages a couple years ago Ground Zero was my favourite I ve enjoyed some other work by Jen Van Meter And I love artist Meredith McClaren s webcomic, Hinges So I ve been looking forward to this one for pretty much this whole year And I was not disappointed The wait was worth it, even with the unfortunate delay This is a damned good comic Van Meter s writing is fantastic She can do fun and funny, she can do sweet and touching, and she can do heart wrenching and painful She does it all here, and it s all done wonderfully.The story follows Skank Zero Hopeless Savage as she goes on tour with her band, the Dusted Bunnies They find some rivals on the road, and run into a lot of problems Meanwhile, the rest of her family is also having their own problems But even with all the troubles, we still get to see love and friendship and family And it s really, really nice.The art is fantastic There are flashbacks done by Christine Norrie, who s been with this series from the start, as the primary artist on the first volume, and sectional artist on the other two The flashbacks are some of the sweetest moments of the comic The primary artist here is Meredith McClaren, and her style is a perfect match for Van Meter s writing It s really good at conveying emotion, and gets very intimate It also does motion and energy well, which works especially well for the musical scenes She gives the feel of a bad delivering an awesome performance And then she also does a great job showing people going through serious emotional moments It s a very odd style, very unrealistic, and she exaggerates eventhan usual at moments a panel of Zero with massive eyes was both creepy and hilarious , but it works great for the book, which is odd and exaggerated as it is.This is an amazing comic and you should totally buy it Just leave me here to die This is everything I wanted inHopeless Savages Loving family who absolutely support one another even if they re trying not to show their cracks to one another More of Zero just being Zero, and wonderful emotion and positivity and growth and trust and love, and look, at this point, it s just a high pitched whine coming out of my throat, so yeah Jen Van Meter proves again that happy families are just as interesting and layered and engaging as unhappy families, a Just leave me here to die This is everything I wanted inHopeless Savages Loving family who absolutely support one another even if they re trying not to show their cracks to one another More of Zero just being Zero, and wonderful emotion and positivity and growth and trust and love, and look, at this point, it s just a high pitched whine coming out of my throat, so yeah Jen Van Meter proves again that happy families are just as interesting and layered and engaging as unhappy families, and I love it so much I loved Hopeless Savages as a teen This, I did not I found that the artist s style made it hard to differentiate between charcters, and having EVERYONE show up in the edition made it even harder to keep them all straight Beyond that, Zed s quirky linguistics seemed likeof a contrivance than a dialect this time around, and the whole thing just felt loose Maybe HS just doesn t hold up to my memories of it, or maybe this was just a weaker version of it, I m not sure.