Free eBook Squee download

by Jhonen Vasquez

Free eBook Squee download ISBN: 0943151244
Author: Jhonen Vasquez
Publisher: SLG Publishing; New And Improved edition (September 14, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 144
Category: Comics
Subcategory: Comic Strips
Size MP3: 1685 mb
Size FLAC: 1818 mb
Rating: 4.6
Format: mbr lrf lit txt


Read Squee! comic online free and high quality. Fast loading speed, unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next page. Squee! Genres: Fantasy, Horror. Publisher: SLG Publishing. Writer: Jhonen Vasquez. Artist: Jhonen Vasquez

Read Squee! comic online free and high quality. Artist: Jhonen Vasquez. Publication date: April 1997 - May 1998.

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Jhonen C. Vasquez (/'d͡ʒoʊ. kɛz/) (born September 1, 1974) is an American comic book writer, cartoonist, and music video director. He is best known for creating the comic book Johnny the Homicidal Maniac, its spin-off comics Squee!. He is best known for creating the comic book Johnny the Homicidal Maniac, its spin-off comics Squee! and I Feel Sick, and the Nickelodeon animated series Invader Zim. Vasquez was born on September 1, 1974, in San Jose, California.

Squee is a fictional character in Jhonen Vasquez's comic book Johnny the Homicidal Maniac, who was later featured in his own four-issue series, published by Slave Labor Graphics. This was eventually collected as a Trade Paper Back (TPB), titled Squee's Wonderful Big Giant Book of Unspeakable Horrors

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Jhonen Vasquez is a cartoonist who created the animated series ‘Invader Zim’. It revolved around an introverted and bullied kid called Squee. This biography provides detailed information about his childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline. Four issues were published which were collected as a trade paperback book called ‘Squee's Wonderful Big Giant Book of Unspeakable Horrors’. He wrote a doubleshot, full-color comic book, I Feel Sick’ which revolved around the character Devi D. The book was coloured by his friend Rosearik Rikki Simons. Devi is a tortured artist who tries to maintain her sanity in an insane society.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. by the creator of Johnny the Homicidal Maniac and the animated Invader Zim.

This series features familiar faces from Johnny, the Homicidal Maniac, but focuses on poor little Squee, Johnny's little trauma magnet neighbor. Squee reminds us all of what childhood was all about: witnessing vicious dog attacks, being abducted by aliens, and having dinner at Satan's house.
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Wenaiand
Squee is essentially a follow-up to the Johhny the Homicidal Maniac comics, but not in a traditional sequel-type way. Squee was a character that appeared in JTHM, but was not the main focus. This volume focuses directly on Squee, though, so it can't really be seen as a sequel to that book – it's more of a spin-off really. That being said, I thoroughly enjoyed “Squee.”

“Squee” still has Jhonen Vasquez's usual dark humor, but it feels like a slightly lighter, more fun collection compared to JTHM, and I'd have to say I found “Squee” to be funnier than JTHM overall. Not to say I didn't enjoy JTHM, it's just that “Squee” is my favorite out of the two. I really love the humor of Squee, and, additionally, for fans of Invader Zim it's super fun to see strange little precursors to characters and alien designs that appear in Invader Zim. Aside from the main Squee-related stories, this collected work also includes the “Meanwhiles” and “Wobbly Headed Bob” side-stories, so if you get this and the Director's cut of Johnny the Homicidal Maniac, you'll have the whole collection of side stories.

So, if you like JTHM, then you need to pick this up. If you haven't read JTHM yet, then you should start there since that's the origin of Squee as a character. The best option of all, though, is to get both!
Whilingudw
This book is basically just a compilation of previously released Squee comics released by Jhonen Vasquez, so if you're looking for something different then this book isn't for you. Either way, for a person who loves comic collections all in one bundle this is a great buy. Even if you haven't read all of the Johnny The Homicidal Maniac's comics (which is where the character Squee originally derived from), it's fun to read and well worth the money. And of course, if you aren't aware of this already, this is most likely not a comic you want to give to your little brother or sister of whatever.
(I bought mine used, and it still came in impeccable quality!)
Goll
I like Squee. I like Squee a lot. But, I have a problem with Squee. Squee is a precursor to Invader Zim, and even has some of the same characters in it (the moronic aliens, the evil elementary school teacher, etc.), and in Invader Zim these characters and jokes seem much more fleshed out and far more entertaining than in Squee's Big Giant Book of Unspeakable Horrors.

I also have another problem with Squee. While Jhonen's previous work in JTHM was philosophical and thought-provoking (albeit, in a very messy way), Squee seems to have been created almost entirely for entertainment value. Also, in JTHM I had no problem laughing while Johnny brutally tortured and murdered people, because not only did Jhonen make it funny, but also much of the time the people (even if only in a small way) deserved it. In Squee, the audience is meant to laugh at a perfectly innocent little child going through "unspeakable horrors," which I simply have a more difficult time in doing. Don't get me wrong, Squee is funny, and disturbingly funny at that, but I think JTHM was much funnier while at the same time the audience has less guilt for actually laughing at the horrors he caused, as opposed to the horrors Squee goes through which are entirely out of his control.

If this book only had the Squee comics, I would probably have given it a 3/5. It was funny, but not as funny JTHM or Invader Zim, and many of the jokes reappear in ZIM are actually funnier. (The moronic aliens were especially funny in Invader ZIM. They desperately tried to convince everyone their technology was supieror by "fusing" things together with duct tape).

BUT, there is a saving grace for this book, which bumps it up a star. Squee's Wonderful Big Giant Book of Unspeakable Horrors contains random mini-comics (such as the Meanwhiles, Fillerbunny, Adventures of Wobbly Headed Bob, and so forth), many of which used to be in JTHM but were cut out of the "Director's Cut." These random comics are ridiculously funny, and I found far more entertainment in them than in the issues of Squee. Wobbly Headed Bob, in particular, makes me laugh hysterically in every strip. His comically oversized cranium amuses me, as does his pain because it is always caused by his own provocation, and despite his "superior" intelligence he always fails to realize this. The Meanwhiles, Fillers, and Happy Noodle Boy strips are also very entertaining, and these mini-strips will provide me with far more lasting value than Squee will (especially Wobbly Headed Bob).

I still think Squee would be worth buying without all those extra mini-comics, but it is exactly those mini-comics which sets this collection over the edge and gives it its true value. I definitely recommend this book, but much more-so for the mini-comics than for the Squee issues.
Terr
The book came mildly damaged, as it is a very thin, flimsy paper back and was not packaged quite as well as it needed.
The story told of a familiar character from the JTHM series, continuing the dark twisted perception through another characters eyes, Squee, and the things he faces in an everyday life. The book includes cuts taking a brake from the story, interesting deep short comics within the book. Overall a great, interesting, disturbing piece of work, just what you'd expect from Jhonen Vasquez. I recommend this book to anyone who has read the JTHM series or any other one of Jhonen's work. :) I give it five stars, ignoring the fact it was mildly damaged, the book was exactly what i expected from this artist. Surprising!
DABY
If you're deciding to get this book, don't wait. GET IT. THis book is will blow you away--amazing storyline, developed and dimensional characters, superb detailed art---you don't need to worry, it's all here and 100x more worthy than you'd ever expect. Squee is a cute little boy who has the unfortunate luck to always bump into homicidal slayings, aliens, blood, gore, animal mutilation, etc--all of which traumatize him to such a degree where his eyes are permanently frozen wide. Altho this sounds gory, you will just FALL IN LOVE with squee b/c of his innocence and pure adorableness. You will LAUGH, sympathizing with Squee b/c you too, were once a child, and you too, were scared of monsters and murderers hiding under your bed... sleeping against the wall to maintain a "forcefield"... only with Squee--it's REAL! now can you just imagine what crazy adventures come next? Also included in this book are a series of strips called "wobbly headed bob" which is just genius! Intellectually brilliant and insightful it will just amaze you to no end. The author, Jhonen Vasquez, is a brooding genius with skyrocketing IQ and untamed imagination that is boundless. Ever meet anyone like that? No? well then, read SQUEE, what are you waiting for?