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by Frank Cho

eBook Liberty Meadows Volume 4: Cold, Cold Heart (Bk. 4) download ISBN: 1582405026
Author: Frank Cho
Publisher: Image Comics (February 14, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 144
ePub: 1660 kb
Fb2: 1652 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Comics
Subcategory: Publishers

Cold, cold heart, indeed. One can only hope that this special feature will be offered in a reprint at some later date, so we humble fans may possess the full body of Cho's "Liberty Meadows" work.

Cold, cold heart, indeed. The main story in "Cold, cold heart" is the unresolved love connection between Brandy and Frank.

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Liberty Meadows, Volume 4: Cold, Cold Heart. Back in print! Collecting nine more issues of the award winning and totally uncensored Liberty Meadows with an all-new cover. Also featuring cover galleries and sketch galleries of unpublished Liberty Meadows art. Liberty Meadows, Volume 3: Summer Of Love. Back in print! As the summer approaches, Brandy secretly falls in love with Frank.

Book in the Liberty Meadows Series). Jen is a woman on a mission. She has her eyes and claws set on Frank, while Brandy watches helplessly from the side. Select Format: Hardcover. This hot love triangle goes nuclear when new emotions emerge from all parties.

She has her eyes and claws set on Frank while Brandy helplessly watches from the side. To complicate matters, the Cow is released from jail and seeks terrible retribution from Ralph and Leslie who had him locked away years ago. Specifications. Diamond Comic Distributors.

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Jen is a woman on a mission. She has her eyes and claws set on Frank, while Brandy watches helplessly from the side. This hot love triangle goes nuclear when new emotions emerge from all parties. To complicate matters, the Cow is released from jail and seeks terrible retribution from Ralph and Leslie who had him locked away years ago.
Comments: (7)
Fast Lovebird
did not know about this comic strip as it never ran in newspapers where i lived. pursued it due to its high ratings as one of the best comic strips by some resouces. Mr Cho is a talented artist and a developer of some funny concepts and story lines, but does tread the same pathways at times, and has a specific focus that becomes obvious in the first few pages and which some may find tiresome, offensive, or demeaning. Mr Cho is at his best with his animal characters. almost all of the artist's work is available, but be careful to research which book contains which strips so that you don't get redundant reprints. unfortunately the strip petered out before resolution of the prime story line, so be prepared. overall the pros of the strip outweigh the cons, but the world of liberty meadows may not be for everyone.
fabscf
With vol. 3 Frank Cho veers from the mostly G rated shenanigans of the first 2 volumes and starts to get into fan service. Since I got this for my 11 year old daughter who loved the first 2 volumes we were both a little disappointed at the adult soap opera turn, still no more risqué than PG-13 fair but not what we really wanted. This is more representative of where Cho ended up going with his later career and if you are an adult you will like it assuming you like his other stuff, but for me it lost a little of that Pogo style magic he captured with the earlier works. It's a quality volume, the artwork as always is outstanding.
Maridor
Frank Cho's continuing tale of the happenings at Liberty Meadows is, I believe, the first "comic" that has ever made me feel something for the characters. It's hilarious, crude, sexy, heartbreaking, awkward, suspenseful, and "I can't turn the pages fast enough", all at once. This is the first and only series that has made me want to follow the characters, just to see what happens next. As per usual Frank Cho, the artwork is stunning. Mr. Cho knows how to draw women. Not in a perverted way, but you can tell he appreciates the female form, and his pen speaks to that appreciation. Great series. 5 stars.
blodrayne
This reviewer first was introduced to Liberty Meadows when she was spending one of her many hours at a Barnes and Nobles.

The plotline, she had to admit, was a little strange, but seemed to work: a dorky vet by the name of Frank working at an animal shelter for some of the most eccentric animal characters known to man.

There's Leslie, the hypochondriac bullfrog. Dean, the obnoxious pig who smokes, drinks, and fancies himself a ladies man (ladies pig?). Truman, the duck who cannot fly. Ralph the midget bear inventor. And so on.

The comedy is often of a slapstick nature. Dean the pig's attempts to woo the ladies usually end up with Dean getting hurt (in one memorable instance, Frank has to remove a high-heeled shoe from where the sun don't shine after one of Dean's many attempts).

Ralph and Leslie are constantly either pulling pranks on each other or the other inhabitants and trying out one of Ralph's cockamamie inventions. Not to mention owner Julius' obession with outsmatring Khan the catfish, Frank's clumsy pursuit of Brandy, the animal psychologist, lots of sight gags involving other comic strips, and the occasional appearance of cartoonist Frank Cho, in the form of a chimp. You have been warned.

All and all, this writer doesn't know what drugs Frank Cho was on upon creation, but she wants it.
Kulalbine
Until Frank returns from his current lucrative assignments, these books (this and the four daily collections) are all we have. I miss Liberty Meadows, and hope for its return. The book is quite lavish, printed on heavy, glossy stock; it feels more like an "art" book than a "comic strip" book.
VariesWent
Frank Cho's "Liberty Meadows" is an ongoing project which has delighted me for years. His use of simple animals and one very pretty girl to make observations about the world we live in is simultaneously humorous and tragic. There is no broad strokes here, the dialogue is precise and pointed. No flowery phrases, no skirting the issues, just flat-out 'here's the problem, and this is what we should do to make it right' solutions. it's not always a pretty solution, but this author/artist speaks 'truth to the heart' in ways we can all understand.
Wafi
PvP and Liberty Meadows are awesome comics that will make anyone have a great day after reading them!
I stumbled upon the Liberty Meadows series while looking at another book portraying the work of Frank Cho. This is some of his early work and I have gotten more than a few laughs over it. If your a Frank Cho fan, pick these books up.