From the great Dan Schaffer (DOGWITCH ; THE SCRIBBLER): Two psycho supermodels wreak havoc on the lifestyles of the rich and fabulous. Vacuous, mink-wearing celebutantes beware: NOMI and TALULA are here to make sure you're gone when your fifteen minutes a...
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|Number of Pages||:||488 Pages|
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This book is a satirical look at celebrities. Tallulah and Nomi are Ultra models. Their view of reality is very skewed. They kill people who they do not like. Naomi eats the victims and her world is seen without color when she loses touch with reality. Tallulah sees the kills almost as robotic commands. She also has a deep hatred of and gets migraines when listening to manufactured boy band music. She explains that it is not an art form.This book is a strong comment on how celebrities can lose touch with reality. It also speaks volumes about how the world views certain celebrities. Even with evidence mounted against them these women are not convicted by their adoring public. They are seen as victims.Satirical comics can be hit or miss. Some like the Bomb Queen series are brilliant insights into the government, police, and superheroes. Other books miss the mark by being to sarcastic and/or to wordy and boring. This book's look at celebrities and how they are worshipped is good. However, not everything works in this book. The scenes of the women speaking about and painting with their period blood is unnecessary to the plot. The art fits this unusual and shocking story well.