Empty Zone, Vol. 2: Industrial Smile

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Empty Zone, Vol. 2: Industrial Smile

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  • Title: Empty Zone, Vol. 2: Industrial Smile
  • Author: Jason Shawn Alexander
  • ISBN: 9781632157195
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Paperback
  • Deadly bounty hunters, doomed lovers, and sharp teeth Corinne and Hank come to Berlin targeting another of Oni s laboratories They find than they were bargaining for when they encounter they city s bloody subterranean secret Collects EMPTY ZONE 6 10 See at

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    One thought on “Empty Zone, Vol. 2: Industrial Smile

    1. HFK on said:

      I fell in love with the first volume of Empty Zone. It was a perfect combination of industrial and diseased atmosphere, cyberpunk at its best. Our heroine, Corinne, was a perfect presentation of an individual who is shattered inside as much as is broken on the outside, too. A character that was miserable to the core, treating that misery with intoxicants while facing the tragic past, and many dark demons that came within, more ways than just one. Sounds a lot like something to make me go over pi [...]

    2. RedL. on said:

      3,5 You Didn't Brush Your Teeth StarsI am not sure what happened here. The plotline from the previous volume has become secondary and it has been hardly developed, so gone is also the wonderful pathos that came with it.Corinne seems in this almost an afterthought, she certainly is not the main character anymore and the depth of her character, with her palpable pain, PTSD but also incredible skills and determination, is diluted, scattered, unrepresented. She keeps seeing ghosts but there's no rea [...]

    3. Frédéric on said:

      After an excellent first volume this one leaves a bad taste in my mouth.Semi-cryptic plot, poor pacing, barely legible action, lousy cast-pathetic Bodie and autistic Vik both get an award on that one-and poor dialogues, you name it!Even Alexander's art-still great, mind you- feels kind of dimmed compared with the previous arc. Starting with a nice idea and good characters (Corinne was amazing in vol. 1 whereas she's the shadow of herself here), JS Alexander obviously gets lost in his own story a [...]

    4. Chad on said:

      Interesting storytelling technique in this volume. We don't see Corinne or Hank for the first few issues. Instead, we're introduced to a married couple on holiday in Berlin. They get themselves into some trouble and Corinne and Hank accidentally come across them while trying to destroy one of Oni's labs. The couple's story gets really dark but original.

    5. Ryan Shoemaker on said:

      I suppose I shouldn't be surprised that this doesn't live up to the first volume, but I am massively disappointed. On it's own without the original as a comparison it probably would rate better, but after having been totally taken by that one this just seems a bit of a mess. I'll certainly do the third volume if there is one as I really like the main characters, but my expectations are lower.

    6. Spencer Hughes on said:

      Very cool stuff. Gorgeous, gritty art; pulpy dialogue; reprehensible villains; slick anti-heroes; and, of course, graphic and well-illustrated violence. Calling it a "lovely" read may be a stretch, but it really is quite a fun one.

    7. Mathew Duncan on said:

      Couldn’t even finish it. I just didn’t give a shit about it. It was so scattered and I never figured out the storyline. I LOVED the first volume. LOVED IT. This just felt scattered and thrown together. So disappointing.

    8. Brian Dickerson on said:

      BCDER: 67Of course, the art is style awesome. I love Vik! I could see loving a standalone volume about Vik's past. I didn't dig the "30 days of night"-like sections of the storyline.Jason Shawn Alexander should still be worshipped for his art.

    9. Brian on said:

      Another great story in the dysfunctional life of a PTSD afflicted ex-military elite warrior in a dystopian future.

    10. Paul Allard on said:

      Science fiction series about a bounty hunter with one arm continuesThis intelligently-written story takes place in the future and our heroine, Corinne, is a bounty hunter of sorts. She has one mechanical arm and is plagued by bad dreams and ghosts from her chequered past in this post-apocalyptic world. Her new mission, pursuing Oni (from Volume 1) takes place in Berlin where kidnappings are taking place and she meets up with some interesting characters, including ghosts and vampire/cannibals.Nic [...]

    11. Ryan Viergutz on said:

      This is such a ton of coolness. Corinne and Hank, going to Berlin to take out another of Oni's labs, ends up finding a whole bunch of creepy supernatural monsters roaming around it, get in contact with one of their contact's friends, and get some good gothic revenge on the beasts. In doing so the series change a lot more than I'd expected and I'm much eager for the next volume.

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