MBQ Volume 2 by Felipe Smith

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"A dynamic read that will entertain anyone." -Ain't It Cool News Big "Bro" Brodie is the biggest, meanest, ugliest fighter in the business--and he ain't none too happy about his little brother Ritchie getting a beat down by Dee, who is trying to move a shipment of hot electronics. Across town, Omario has finished his comic submission and presents it with brim and bluster to Jeff, who is too nice to say what he thinks about the work--he is also too nice to remind Omario about the rent!Felipe Smith has "created an over-the-top, outrageous, slice-of-L.A. portrait that combines the best of manga. It's a wonderful glimpse into the future of original English manga." -Publishers Weekly, Starred Review

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Published April 11, 2006 by TokyoPop. 208 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels. Fiction

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Smith wraps up his bravura lampoon of Los Angeles's ethnic and class stewpot in much the same way that it began—with a procession of singularly entertaining characters ripped from the fabric of multicultural urban life.

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And there's our hero, Omario, a self-proclaimed comics genius whose own pages feature a hilariously offensive combination of cheesecake manga, tongue-in-cheek mecha, fantasy and superhero comics, and a bit of dopey science fiction for good measure.

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