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Installment of Phil Kaja Foglio's award winning gaslamp fantasy series and includes an extra four page story in addition to the main plotli. Set in an alternative Europe Girl Genius combines steampunk dieselpunk sci fi pulp fantasy alternate history penny dreadful schlock and comedy in a gorgeous comic about one girl and a mad spark The writing is funny itself reminiscent of screwball comedy but the sight gags in the drawings add to the atmosphere and each time you pick up a volume again something new is revealed so its always a new read The comics are brightly colored and so richly detailed you have to step back and take in everything One of the best comics ever created the Professors Foglios have outdone themselves

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Girl Genius Vol 7 Agatha Heterodyne and the Voice of the CastleAdventure Romance Mad Science Agatha Heterodyne is the last heir to the Maddest of Mad Scientist families and now she's returning home to c. Everybody and I mean everybody is heading for Mechanicsburg Pink is this season's colour for airships

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characters Girl Genius Vol. 7: Agatha Heterodyne and the Voice of the Castle ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Adventure Romance Mad Science Agatha Heterodyne is the last heir to the Maddest of Mad Scientist families and now she's returning home to claim the family castle Unfortunately iLaim the family castle Unfortunately it turns out that she's not the only one with that idea in mind This collection represents an all new. I actually started out reading the novelization of this you know the version without pictures When I went back to look at the comics I hated the art I thought it was cartoony and silly and busy and hard to understand what's going on But I'd enjoyed the novelization so I skimmed the first and second volume of the comics then skipped to volume four This series had won three Hugo Awards so I figured there had to be something to it By volume 8 I was sold I've now read the first thirteen volumes and am officially a die hard fan I think the art did get a little better as the volumes progressed but mostly I think I just got used to it I can't say I like how much Agatha ran around in her underwear in the first volumes or that all the women have perfectly globular gravity defying breasts but after a while we get a lot of shirtless princes which sort of evens the playing field