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    Brian K Vaughan(Author) Cliff Chiang(Contributor)

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From Brian K. Vaughan, #1 New York Times bestselling writer of SAGA, and Cliff Chiang, legendary artist of WONDER WOMAN, comes the first volume of an all-new ongoing adventure.
In the early hours after Halloween of 1988, four 12-year-old newspaper delivery girls uncover the most important story of all time. Suburban drama and otherworldly mysteries collide in this smash-hit series about nostalgia, first jobs, and the last days of childhood.
Collecting Issues #1-5 for only $9.99! "Along with Paper Girls, Brian K. Vaughan is the writer/co-creator of the graphic novels Saga, The PrIvate Eye, We Stand On Guard, Y: The Last Man, Ex Machina, Runaways, Pride of Baghdad, The Hood, and The Escapists. His work has been recognized at the Hugo, Eisner, Harvey, Shuster, Eagle, and British Fantasy Awards. BKV sometimes dabbles in film and television work from Los Angeles, where he lives with his family and their loyal wiener dog Hamburger K. Vaughan. After graduating from the Kubert School JARED K. FLETCHER began working at DC Comics as part of their new in-house lettering department. A few years later, he left to pursue his freelance career as the proprietor of Studio Fantabulous. He spends his long days designing logos, books, t-shirts, art directing covers, and lettering comic books.CLIFF CHIANG began working in editorial for Vertigo Comics before making the leap into freelance illustration in 2000 and he hasn't looked back. He's best known for his work on Human Target, Green Arrow & Black Canary, and Wonder Woman. Cliff lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
MATT WILSON has been coloring comics since 2003, getting his start coloring for the comics coloring studio Zylonol Studios. After a few years in the studio, Matt eventually branched out on his own to color titles like Phonogram, Young Avengers, Thor, Daredevil, Wonder Woman, Swamp Thing, and The Wicked + The Divine. In 2015, Matt's work earned him Eisner Award and Harvey Award nominations.
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  • By DC on 22 August 2017

    Love these books. Humour, crazy adventure and unexpected twists and turns. By the end of the book I'm still not sure what is happening and it may take a few books for it all to be made clear.Love the scene where one person's life flashes before their eyes, and they realise how little they've been doing.Vaughan is a major talent. I do wonder why one character is portrayed as being a groundbreaker for girls by having a paper round in the 1980s. My mum and her sisters had paper rounds in the 40s and 50s and I don't imagine they were the first girls ever to deliver a newspaper. Whenever newspapers first started and were delivered, I expect that's when the first were delivered by girls as well as boys. Don't believe all the passive stereotypes Vaughan, women have been working since time immemorial!

  • By Olivia Butcher-Chapman on 16 August 2016

    I absolutely adored this graphic novel. I thought the pace of the book was quick paced but the story still held up. The art work was just stunning, the different colours on each panels. I have already put my pre order in for the second volume!

  • By Jack P on 9 July 2017

    One of the best new comic book series' out there. Fantastic, relatable characters and the artwork is beautiful. If you're enjoying Vaughan's other masterpiece at the moment, Saga, then you will lap this up. An absolute winner from start to finish, I had to go pick up the second volume as soon as I read the last page (FYI the second volume is just as good, if not better!). The only problem I have is that I have to wait for volume 3!

  • By Jerold C on 8 August 2016

    Fine start to an intriguing series that has parallels with Stranger Things in its 20th century setting and kids on bikes turning to face the strange.

  • By Rose Quartz Reads on 20 April 2017

    Set in 1988, four girls deliver papers to a suburban neighbourhood the morning after Halloween. When the people in the town begin disappearing, the girls find themselves tangled in paranormal activity, time travel, and otherworldly creatures, the likes of which they cannot even begin to comprehend.The art style was gorgeous. Everything was sharp and crisp with a colour palette that suited the theme and story perfectly.The plot was easy to follow and the characters were diverse and sharp as knives - not stopping for anyone or anything. There was not much distinction between their personalities, so sometimes it felt as though the girls could have their speech bubbles swapped and it not make a difference, but I imagine they will be fleshed out in later volumes.With Paper Girls, except the unexpected. There are twists and turns throughout the story. Although there could have been greater clarity over the goings on of this peculiar suburban town, I am intrigued by the fact that I don't know where the story is going, and am likely to keep reading in order to find out.-Warnings: blood, violence, deathDiversity Note: black, Asian, and Jewish Protagonists


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