1 edition of Bitch planet found in the catalog.
Kelly Sue DeConnick
Written in English
A few years down the road in the wrong direction, a woman"s failure to comply with her patriarchal overlords results in exile to the meanest penal planet in the galaxy. But what happened on Earth that this new world order came to pass in the first place? Return to the grim corridors of Auxiliary Compliance Outpost #2, to uncover the first clues to the history of the world as we know it... and meet PRESIDENT BITCH.
|Other titles||Bitch planet., Bitch planet., President bitch|
|Statement||Kelly Sue DeConnick, script/co-creator ; Valentine De Landro, art & covers/co-creator ; Taki Soma, art (issue #6) ; with Kelly Fitzpatrick, colors ; Clayton Cowles, letters|
|Contributions||De Landro, Valentine, illustrator, Soma, Taki, illustrator, Fitzpatrick, Kelly, 1988- colorist, Cowles, Clayton, letterer|
|LC Classifications||PN6728.B4995 D43 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 volume (unpaged)|
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: Bitch Planet, Vol. 1: Extraordinary Machine (): Kelly Sue DeConnick, Valentine De Landro: Books/5(). This is just the first issue of bitch planet and it explains a little bit about what women are facing in this repressive futuristic society.
The authors send A very relevant message about how women are treated and how they are repressed/5(23). Officially the Auxiliary Compliance Outpost, Bitch Planet is an off-world penal colony for women convicted of "non-compliance"—criminal and/or aesthetic.
Shortly after newbies Kamau and Penny arrive, the state adds a team of women inmates to the popular and deadly Megaton world games/5(3).
Welcome to Bitch Planet, gals, where it seems you'll spend half your life walking around nekkid. (At least you'll be allowed to have pubic hair - I found that surprising.) This i Imagine a society where men make all the rules regarding women's rights and behaviors and they want all women to be seen and not heard.4/5.
From this awesome Flavorwire roundup of great comic series to read this summer: Easily one of the most exciting comic series in recent history, Bitch Planet is a modern, feminist take on the women-in-prison exploitation genre. The dystopian series is about non-compliant women who are sent to /5.
There is a real mix of women on Bitch Planet; different socio-economic backgrounds, body types, races, sexualities and tempers, and their crimes range from assault and murder to disobeying their husbands, so for them to work together to survive is not necessarily going to be easy.
Every third issue works as the biography of one of the /5(). KIRKUS -- Bitch Planet is a brilliant dystopian comic series written by Kelly Sue DeConnick with art by Valentine De Landro/5(29).
Bitch Planet. Read the First Issue Online. Best Writer Eisner Award nominee KELLY SUE DeCONNICK (PRETTY DEADLY, Captain Marvel) and VALENTINE DE LANDRO (X-Factor) team up for the very third time to bring you the premiere issue of BITCH PLANET, their highly-anticipated women-in-prison sci-fi exploitation riff.
KIRKUS -- Bitch Planet is a brilliant dystopian comic series written by Kelly Sue DeConnick with art by Valentine De Landro/5(46).
Instead Bitch Planet: Triple Feature is a collection of short stories set in the Bitch Planet universe each one written and illustrated by different authors.
They were interesting but I think they would make Bitch planet book sense if I'd read the main Bitch Planet storyline first/5. Best Writer Eisner Award nominee KELLY SUE DeCONNICK (PRETTY DEADLY, Captain Marvel) and VALENTINE DE LANDRO (X-Factor) team up for the very third time to bring you the premiere issue of BITCH PLANET, their highly-anticipated women-in-prison sci-fi exploitation riff.
In the near future, troublesome women are marked “noncompliant” and trucked off to a space age Auxiliary Compliance Outpost – aka Bitch Planet – which is also the name of a Author: Johannah King-Slutzky.
Bitch Planet, Volume 1: Extraordinary Machine by Kelly Sue Deconnick, Valentine De Landro, and Robert Wilson IV available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews.
Eisner Award-nominated writer Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine de. Bitch Planet #1 chooses to favor world building over character exposition, New York Comic Con, and Comic Book City Con, wants to get a Batwoman tattoo and write a graphic novel, and one of her. Bitch Planet is such an abrasive name.
Naming a new comic book is a tough decision to make as an author. You think, while people are perusing the new arrivals, the vast majority will be judging whether to pick something up or not based on the title and /5.
Bitch Planet #3 book. Read 71 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Too Big to Fail reveals the specific events leading to zaftig Pen /5. REVIEW: Bitch Planet, Book One "Extraordinary Machine"Overall ScoreBitch Planet Book One: Extraordinary Machine words: Kelly Sue DeConnick art: Valentine de Landro Image My vote for best comic series of goes to Bitch Planet by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro, gathered together in this first volume, Bitch Planet Book One: Extraordinary Machine.
Bitch Planet, as DeConnick has stated, is a subversive twist on exploitation films. It makes sense, then, that the insidiously talented and pop. Bitch Planet comic book review.
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KIRKUS -- Bitch Planet is a brilliant dystopian comic series written by Kelly Sue DeConnick with art by Valentine De Landro. Set in a terrifying futuristic world (but with visuals/art that remind me of 70s pulp/5(K).
Read Bitch Planet Issue #1 comic online free and high quality. Unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next page. Artistically the book is drowning to depict its script. Bitch Planet takes place in the future, but all of the fashion is pretty much what you would expect from a comic set in the present day.
Men mostly wear the same suits they’ve worn in comics for 50 years. Comic book writer Kelly Sue DeConnick's Bitch Planet is a sci-fi tale about gladiatorial ladies in space prison that takes some of the most exploitative tropes about incarcerated women, tears out.
Bitch Planet Vol 1 #1 December, Cover Artists Valentine De Landro, Rian Hughes Writers Kelly Sue DeConnick Pencilers Valentine De Landro Inkers Valentine De Landro Colourists Cris Peter Letterers Clayton Cowles Editors Lauren Sankovitch Country United States of America Original Price: Previous Issue Next Issue — Bitch Planet #2 Appearing in the 1st Story Featured Characters:.
So DeConnick started writing another, very different comic called Bitch Planet. The story is about a futuristic world dominated by men, where women who.
Limited 1 for 15 Retailer Incentive Variant Cover. Written by Kelly Sue DeConnick. Art and Cover by Valentine De Landro. Best Writer Eisner Award nominee KELLY SUE DeCONNICK (PRETTY DEADLY, Captain Marvel) and VALENTINE DE LANDRO (X-Factor) team up for the very third time to bring you the premiere issue of BITCH PLANET, their highly-anticipated women-in-prison sci-fi.
Bitch Planet is the best kind of fucked-up: a comic that entertains, breaks hearts and wields the power to change the way you look at the world around you. Bitch Planet #5 Comic Book by A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.
All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Rating: % positive. Bitch Planet: Extraordinary Machine - Ebook written by Kelly Sue DeConnick.
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[Kelly Sue DeConnick; Valentine De Landro; Robert Wilson, IV; Cris Peter; Clayton Cowles] -- In a future just a few years down the road in the wrong direction, a woman's failure to comply with her patriarchal overlords will result in exile to the meanest penal planet in the galaxy.
Bitch Planet is so kinda huge that people, young women, are getting NC tattoos. DeConnick has tapped into something, a smoldering anger that’s way beyond the comic book world, part of both the feminist movement(s) and #BlackLivesMatter, and I think (I mean, prove me wrong, please) that this is the only comic series that’s even touching this 5/5.
Statement of responsibility from book 1. Originally published in magazine form as Bitch Planet "Content Advisory: The following is a flashback issue, covering the events that led to Meiko Maki's incarceration. It contains plot elements and images relating to sexual assault."--Book 2, page 5 of cover.
Target Audience: Rated: M, mature. Description. Bitch Planet is seeming less like a far-flung fantasy, no product of wild imagination, and more like very imminent comic attractions. The first collected volume covers issues #1–5.
Issue #1 sets up the basic premise of “non-compliant” women being sent to a prison in space, introducing many of the regular characters.
Bitch Planet: Triple Feature, Vol. 1 TP Bitch Planet, Vol. 2: President Bitch TP Bitch Planet, Vol 1: Extraordinary Machine TP Oct 7, Bitch Planet #1 came out earlier this month from Image Comics, introducing us to dystopian future created by writer DeConnick (Pretty Deadly, Captain Marvel) and artist Valentine De Landro (X.
Bitch Planet may at first glance seem like sex/blaxploitationbook. But take another look. From the cover alone you get the tagline “Are You Woman Enough to Survive” which goes someway to both setting the overall feel of the book as well as hints of the idea of the tortures women are put through, in this case whilst in prison, although this metaphor can be stretched into the real world/10(11).
Get this from a library. Bitch Planet. Book One, Extraordinary machine. [Kelly Sue DeConnick; Robert Wilson, IV; Cris Peter; Clayton Cowles; Valentine De Landro] -- In a future just a few years down the road in the wrong direction, a woman's failure to comply with her patriarchal overlords will result in exile to the meanest penal planet in the galaxy.
Bitch Planet Comic Books: Show Covers only: Sales Rank #7, See Top 2, Publisher Image First Issue #1 - December Last #10 - April For mature readers only. Bitch Planet comics is a women-in-prison sci-fi exploitation riff.
Think Margaret Atwood meets Inglourious Basterds. With its deliberately shocking name and over-the-top imagery of scantily clad women fighting in prison, Bitch Planet looks like the comic book version of a s exploitation movie.
Bitch Planet is a book that is making up for lost ground. Like most mandatory school reading lists, Comics have become a society of white guys.
Its nice to see something different, something that challenges our familiar world, and something that is also worth reading. This is a book to pull/10(28). Bitch Planet might no longer be absurd enough to effectively comment on the state of sexism in America today.
The three-year-old comic book, from Author: Alex Abad-Santos.Bitch Planet, Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro's feminist, sci-fi twist on the prison exploitation genre, is only four issues in, but it's already.