Hopeless Savages, Volume 1

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Oni Press, 2002 - Children of celebrities - 128 pages
31 Reviews
Family ties are the earliest ties that bind, setting the tone for the paths we will take in our future. So what if your father is Dirk Hopeless and your mother Nikki Savage, a superstar couple from the days of punk rock? When you're born a rebel, what can you possibly do to make yourself stand apart? For Rat Hopeless-Savage, the answer is to leave home and become a normal citizen with a nine-to-five job!

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User Review  - greeniezona - LibraryThing

My sister lent me this book ages ago and I adored it, so as I mentioned in a previous post, when feeling guilted into spending money at the local comic book store, I knew it was a safe bet ... Read full review

Review: Hopeless Savages Volume 2: Ground Zero (Hopeless Savages #2)

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Twitch though!!!! Read full review

Contents

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3

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About the author (2002)

Christine Norrie is the comics illustrator for the Spy Kids franchise, Redbook's "You and Him" comic strips, and is currently at work on DC Comics' new young adult mini-series Bed Girls. She lives on Staten Island.

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