(E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2]


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  1. says: (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2]

    (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2] download × eBook or Kindle ePUB ¼ Emi Lenox review EmiTown, Vol. 2 Liked this better than EmiTown v 1 mainly because it had a consistent storyline and didn't jump around as much Took me forever to get through v 1 because it was so random jumpy and half the time I didn't know what she was talking aboutreferring to My mind tended to wander Also the characters had been established so there wasn't that awkward

  2. says: (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2] Emi Lenox ¼ 3 characters review EmiTown, Vol. 2

    (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2] Featuring open emotion and something resembling a narrative through line this batch of diary comics is significantly stronger than the first volume

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    download × eBook or Kindle ePUB ¼ Emi Lenox (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2] One of the things that I’ve really enjoyed about the webcomics world is that it’s given rise to a great number of young artists many of whom write autobiographical comics These comic artists tend to be primarily young writers and artists and webcomics allow them a chance to share the highlight of their day or those split second funny moments with the rest of the world And even interesting to me is that s

  4. says: Emi Lenox ¼ 3 characters download × eBook or Kindle ePUB ¼ Emi Lenox review EmiTown, Vol. 2

    (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2] This is the second volume of Emi Lenox's autobiographical sketch diary It is even better than the first one Her talent kindn

  5. says: (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2]

    review EmiTown, Vol. 2 (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2] Emi Lenox ¼ 3 characters Now that I have read both volumes of Emitown I feel comfortable telling you that I am in love with these books  I don't know what it is about

  6. says: review EmiTown, Vol. 2 Emi Lenox ¼ 3 characters download × eBook or Kindle ePUB ¼ Emi Lenox

    (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2] I'm gonna sound like a supertwerp here but uhhh why is Emi Lenox a big deal She's great and all and a pretty good illustrator but her shy cuteness and ooh boys attitude wears on me pot kettle black here maybe BLAH like is there not plenty of this out there Or is she a trailmaker for other lady cartoonists Orwhat While I was not in love with her personality which I feel like one has to be to do really connect with a diary comic I

  7. says: (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2]

    (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2] Emitown by Emi Lenox is a bio comic that deals with her life The first volume which I read last year was personal entertaini

  8. says: (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2]

    download × eBook or Kindle ePUB ¼ Emi Lenox (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2] Emi Lenox ¼ 3 characters Volume 2 of Emitown Emi Lenox's page a day autobio comic goes into great and heart wrenching depth about what it's like to fall in and out of love and how the relationship touches every part of our lives She also does uite a lot of interactions with friends how to deal with job loss and what fun living in Portland can be

  9. says: Emi Lenox ¼ 3 characters download × eBook or Kindle ePUB ¼ Emi Lenox (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2]

    (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2] I enjoyed these strips I wish I'd read them when they were going up daily online as they run together a little bit when read all at once But I am looking forward to Lenox's future projects She is a very talented cartoonist

  10. says: (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2]

    (E–pub READ) [EmiTown, Vol. 2] 3 stars for me but the book might have resonated if I was younger or still navigating relationships or an artist or lived in Portland Not a bad book but I'm a little outside the target demographic

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EmiTown, Vol. 2

EmiTown, Vol. 2 review Þ 3 Emi Lenox's day by day autobiographical sketch journey continues in the second volume of EmiTown Life gets ser One of the things that I ve really enjoyed about the webcomics world is that it s given rise to a great number of young artists many of whom write autobiographical comics These comic artists tend to be primarily young writers and artists and webcomics allow them a chance to share the highlight of their day or those split second funny moments with the rest of the world And even interesting to me is that some of the big name publishers such as Image are starting to pay attention to these artists and publish their works I m excited to have a chance to review EmiTown 2 by Emi Lenox Emi shares with readers a day by day account of her life spending time with friends new relationships a break up her own doubts and self reflections and those uiet moments where she grows It s a work that is easy to relate too and at times heartbreakingWhile a number of the comics share the seemingly trivial aspects of the day Emi allows us to take a close look at who she is what drives her and makes her who she is and at times giving us deeply personal glimpses into her life as a young woman making her way in the world And to me that s the best thing about this work Unlike other artists Emi isn t afraid to show those moments where most of us would be hiding under the covers such as a breakup or the moments of self doubt and wondering Emi instead lets us in and see her life and allows us to be a part of it And its these types of moments that help the reader connect even to her And yes there are days where it feels like nothing has happened or that the moment she shared with us is less than interesting but that s what makes this such a great work It feels like we re friends being invited in to share Emi s lifeEmi has a very distinctive style not only in her artwork but to how she lays out her panels Unlike most autobiographical artists that take a large panel and divide it into multiple frames Emi often divides the panel into three different sections sharing different moments and thoughts from the day The layout of the panels change based upon what is being shared during that day which keeps things interesting to the reader especially since this is a 400 page volume Another thing that separates Emi is that she doesn t hesitate to use words to describe the day where pictures wouldn t always work In many ways Emi has created an illustrated diary and allows us to see her world Emi s artwork itself is stylized often leaning towards a animecartoonish style but keeping people and places instantly recognizable For me this type of style makes it easy to read the work because the people and places are instantly recognizable from month to month even if their clothes and hairstyles change I also really like Emi s linework in many ways it reminds me of Yuko Ota s style a nice controlled line that creates the world yet remains expressive and emotive It keeps the characters living and breathing on the page My favorite part of Emi s art though are the cats that she draws They show up many times when Emi s about to face a battle or struggling through a low point and they re there to help provide support to her on the page Overall I really enjoy her artAlthough you can read some of the entries on Emi s site it looks like it s running a year and six months behind I really recommend that you just go ahead and buy the book Emi s style and prose makes her an artist to keep an eye out for

review EmiTown, Vol. 2

EmiTown, Vol. 2 review Þ 3 Ious in year two with complications of a relationship the loss of a job and the excitement of a blooming caree I m gonna sound like a supertwerp here but uhhh why is Emi Lenox a big deal She s great and all and a pretty good illustrator but her shy cuteness and ooh boys attitude wears on me pot kettle black here maybe BLAH like is there not plenty of this out there Or is she a trailmaker for other lady cartoonists Orwhat While I was not in love with her personality which I feel like one has to be to do really connect with a diary comic I nonetheless appreciated her skill as an illustrator and her loyalty to recounting both the mundane and moving moments of her year I can t hate on a diary comic too hard

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EmiTown, Vol. 2 review Þ 3 R Widely acclaimed for her different approach to diary comics Emi illustrates each day with humor and brillian Volume 2 of Emitown Emi Lenox s page a day autobio comic goes into great and heart wrenching depth about what it s like to fall in and out of love and how the relationship touches every part of our lives She also does uite a lot of interactions with friends how to deal with job loss and what fun living in Portland can be

  • Paperback
  • 400
  • EmiTown, Vol. 2
  • Emi Lenox
  • English
  • 26 October 2018
  • 9781607065074