Dykes to Watch Out For: The Sequel

Dykes to Watch Out For: The Sequel

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Grin, giggle, and guffaw your way through this celebrated cartoonist's graphic commentary of contemporary lesbian life.

Title:Dykes to Watch Out For: The Sequel
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781563410086
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    Dykes to Watch Out For: The Sequel Reviews

  • Mel

    I'm liking the full version so much more than the "essential" added storylines, particularly the shrink, are great. I also really like how it gives you much more of a sense of place and time with all ...

  • HeavyReader

    There was a time in my life when I spoke about the characters in these comics--Mo, Toni, Clarice, Sparrow, and all the rest--as if they were real people, as if they were my friends. That fact speaks t...

  • Ricky

    I'm probably going to give the same review to all of Bechdel's Dykes to Watch Out For.hilarious, relevant, and political...

  • Emily

    By this book, Harriet is having a seriously bad time as Mo seems to be falling in love with either therapy or her therapist and they haven’t had sex for a month. Is it fear of growing apart? Mo’s ...

  • Taylor Leatrice Werner

    Highly entertaining. In my opinion, this serial doesn't hold a candle to the flame that is Bechdel's masterpiece, Fun Home, or its follow up, Are You My Mother? That said, it's been fun to lose myself...

  • Ananya Garg

    I always enjoy Allison Bechdel's work, and this volume of Dykes to Watch Out For didn't disappoint! funny & engaging, I want to read the entire series. This volume touched on interpersonal plot as wel...

  • Nicole

    I love these comics. And I like that I'm reading them 25 years after they were originally published - it's a time capsule into the politics of 1992. I kind of want to tell them - just wait!!...

  • Julie Rylie

    I've been reading DTWOF in a totally random way, first from the middle, then from the end, then to the beginning. It just have to do with their availability in the library. but it looks like I'll neve...

  • Misha

    Really enjoying this, but it is depressing to read about the politics of 1990 and see that little or nothing has changed. Here is an example of a political harague that the character Mo goes on: "...A...

  • Leah Horlick

    So I own the Collected DTWOF, but I found this in a used bookstore in Saskatoon and have vowed to collect as many of the original comics as possible -- there are some strips that were left out in the ...