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Alan Martin

Tank Girl

Alan Martin Tank Girl Bad Wind Rising
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A brand new graphic novel from the exciting new Tank Girl creative team: Alan Martin and Rufus Dayglo!

A holiday. A hold-up. A murder. A car chase. A very large vodka. A fistfight. An earthquake. A mutant surfer. A lorry heist. A tiny moped. The return of a much loved secondary character - and a gang of killer kangaroos after Tan Girl's scalp.

Don't miss Tank Girl's latest twisted action adventure!

""This collection is classic Tank Girl all the way and I loved every page."" - Ain't It Cool

""A funny, enjoyable oddly sexy read."" - Under the Radar

""Tank Girl is goofy, crazy, romantic fun, and Bad Wind Rising is all these things and more."" - Comics Cavern

""If you like indie comics knee deep in chaos and anarchy you need this book in your collection."" - Giant Fire Breathing Robot

""With a fist-sized dollop of time machines and mad scientists this hardback edition will show your coffee table you like your women as mad as they are strong."" - Knave Magazine

""The choice to do monochrome here seems to be motivated not by economic factors but artistic ones, and it’s one of the coolest uses of a limited color palette I can think of in monthly comics."" - Nerdy Nothings

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