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Lost Girls is a graphic novel written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Melinda Gebbie, depicting Moore is one of the most critically acclaimed writers in the field of comic books, and the release of this work received widespread coverage in the. Read Lost Girls comic online free and high quality. Fast loading speed, unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next page. Lost Girls 01 - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. erotic graphic novel written Comic Milo Manara - Erotic - Click 1 Lost Girls Book 1.


Lost Girl Comic Book

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Now, like us, these three lost girls have grown up and are ready to guide us .. Alan Moore is the writer with more balls in the comic books' business and the. Reader Q&A. To ask other readers questions about Lost Girls, please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Lost Girls .. Shelves: comic-books. Lost Girl: Prologue is a limited edition comic book distributed at the San Diego International Comic-Con as an introduction to the Lost Girl TV show before .

Not to mention, the foundation makes NO sense. They all feel they have a secret, but it's just the idea of a child's imagination and secret worlds. Which most people have, sexual fantasy or not. I'd contemplate reading a free copy if I'm bored, otherwise I think I can leave it here.

Jul 04, Steven rated it liked it Shelves: This is a difficult graphic novel to rate - lyrically written by Alan Moore and beautifully illustrated, it is a work of art but it is a work of art about lesbian sex and teenage sexual exploration between Alice in Wonderland , Dorothy Wizard of Oz , and Wendy Peter Pan. There are deep and dark insights to be told about the less than innocent minds of JM Barrie or Lewis Carroll and the rather creepy, pedophillic undertones of their private lives and stories, but Lost Girls comes across more a This is a difficult graphic novel to rate - lyrically written by Alan Moore and beautifully illustrated, it is a work of art but it is a work of art about lesbian sex and teenage sexual exploration between Alice in Wonderland , Dorothy Wizard of Oz , and Wendy Peter Pan.

There are deep and dark insights to be told about the less than innocent minds of JM Barrie or Lewis Carroll and the rather creepy, pedophillic undertones of their private lives and stories, but Lost Girls comes across more as a 'just how shocking a pornographic comic about iconic fairytale girls' can we get away with.

Jun 20, Aurora rated it liked it. Pretty, but it doesn't really work for me. At first I thought I was being offended, but then I realized: I'm not bothered by this being obscene.

Lost Girls

And I don't object to sexual readings of kid's stories. I think it's that I don't think the stories he's chosen to sex up seem like really awkward choices. Peter Pan, especially, is fundamentally a story about childhood, right? There's no sex in Never-Neverland. And you can try and smush sex in there somewhere, but it never seems natural to me. I see wh Pretty, but it doesn't really work for me.

I see what Moore's going for, but I really wish he'd just made up new characters to start with.

View 1 comment. Jun 14, Emilia P rated it liked it Shelves: Thanks, the undergrad. Of course, I have a little bit of trouble with our old pal Al making something obscene out of Wendy and Dorothy I don't really care that much about Alice..

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But I think I vaguely appreciate the musing on the sexual aspect of magic. Just as a musing. Not for real because that would be lame. The pacing was pretty great as in--not trying to cram tons and tons of stuff into not that many pages ala LOEG and the style of the art was wonderful.

I'd definitely read somethin Hm. I'd definitely read something with the colors and brushwork in this that wasn't so unabashedly pornographic. Jul 10, Ala'a rated it really liked it. Mar 27, Christian McKay rated it it was amazing Shelves: I can't describe my sexual state while reading this book. Was I turned on? The third volume is not for the faint of heart. After my friend Kat read it, all she could say was "Oh my god" over and over again.

She isn't easily shocked. Errm, this was definitely raunchier and smuttier than I expected. Coming into this only knowing that it was Alan Moore's work, I thought it would be more along the lines of Fable, fairy tales retold in a more adult way.

Instead this is far more explicit. However some of the twists in the tale are quite imaginative. Apr 07, Michelle Morrell rated it liked it Shelves: What I learned from this book: You can get pr0n at the library!

Oh, and there was a story: Alan Moore, you've shocked me! Feb 17, Kate Davis rated it it was ok Shelves: It takes half the book to even meet the characters who are never all that well developed. And really, the big reveal at their end was their first names as though we didn't figure that out half a book earlier? Jan 07, Fabian rated it did not like it.

Dec 02, Kirk Incer rated it liked it. Dec 02, hissi rated it liked it. Jul 23, Elena rated it liked it Shelves: George Thomas Bracey rated it liked it Mar 04, Linton rated it liked it Mar 29, Kylyssa rated it really liked it May 19, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The books are in great condition and have not been read.

Lost Girl: Prologue

Product information. Publication date 1 Jan Rare issue and very strong sexual content, so strictly an adults only comic.

Comic still in very good condition. Australia and rest of the world outside. Adult content. For more than a century, Alice, Wendy and Dorothy have been our guides through the Wonderland, Neverland and Land of Oz of our childhoods. Exquisite, thoughtful, and human, Lost Girls i Condition is Used.

Lost Girls: Book One

Dispatched with Royal Mail 2nd Class. A little wear and tear on the box but generally in excellent conditi It vindicates Alan Moore's belief in and defence of artistic freedom. Through the looking glass Doubtless there will be those who insist the authors have gone too far in their reimagining of these characters, but in actuality they've done nothing more than reappropriate their lost sexualities from the dustbin of literary history. Frank Baum, J. Barrie, and Lewis Carroll may be rolling in their respective graves, but that shouldn't dissuade us from finally admitting that their characters did indeed possess genitals beneath their billowing bloomers and constricting corsets, and, perhaps, the desire and willingness to use them.

This admittance is not made solely for the sake of titillation, however.

We did not want to travesty them. So we have these girls all grown up and having sexual adventures — what human beings actually do. Rare is the page where there is no sex or sexuality depicted, and rarer still are the pages depicting sex acts one might consider to be "vanilla" in flavor.

Although there are many instances of one-on-one couplings between young, conventionally attractive men and women, their inclinations toward promiscuity, sodomy, and unusual fetishes serve to make them every bit as potentially taboo as the many instances of group, gay, lesbian, interracial, and intergenerational sex to grace the book's pages.

Add to this a healthy dose of incest, sex between minors, and ephebophilia, with a pinch of rape and bestiality thrown in for good measure, and there are enough transgressive images between these covers to make even the most sexually adventurous reader blush or pale, or perhaps both alternatively. This tendency to censor images more strictly than words has been a characteristic of our culture ever since Moses supposedly stepped down from Mt.

Sinai with the Second Commandment, which, when taken literally, seems to prohibit images of any kind.

In the realm of the sexual image, however, censorship has been even more virulent. In both cases, however, the motivating force behind the censorship was essentially the same: moral pressures of the time simply did not foster a very high tolerance for sex or sexual imagery. The moral pressures of his time were what destroyed Oscar Wilde and everybody and every publication that Oscar Wilde had been associated with.Uncharitably, you could say this is a relatively flimsy excuse for three volumes of hardcore sex.

Moore currently resides in Northampton, England. You're a total radical.

I usually love Alan Moore, but just can't get on board with rape or incest. The artwork is stunning, shifting from fin-de-siecle decadence to Tijuana Bible with the turn of a page. I love the concept of this book, using your most classic children's characters and having them shown in a new light.

Jul 02, Justin rated it it was amazing. Through their familiar fairytales they share with us their most intimate revelations of desire in its many forms, revelations that shine out radiantly through the dark clouds of war gathering around a luxury Austrian hotel.

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