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I heard about the Sharknife books from a few friends online, and saw the preview of Double Z on the kotaku site, and was pretty excited to get the books, and upset that I never knew about them before. So I figured out how to order books from this amazon website and waited a few days and got both Sharknife 1 & 2 and then, sadly my eyeballs melted from the awesomeness. But with the help of our modern technology I was quickly able to find a cheap pair of robot eyes and finally got to read the books. The first Sharknife was really nice, introduced us to Ceaser (aka Sharknife) and his world of monsters hiding in the walls of his workplace, and his girlfriend, and left me wanting lots more. The second book (Double Z) was even better! More pages, more fighting monsters and more eyeball melting awesome sauce. As action filled as both books are, there is a story running throughout that doesn't slow down and make you think you're reading a talking heads book, but it's also not just throw-away text either. Everything fits perfectly, and makes a book that can be replayed and enjoyed over and over again. You need these books in your hands! Get them!
Superior to its predecessor ! I gave volume 1 a horrible review... but second stage? 10/10 Get this book! dont even bother with volume 1. This volume works as a retelling and has more story in the first 15 pages than the entire first volume.
This was completely enjoyable. Im glad i bought both volumes because had i didnt i would have never of bought the second volume after having read the first.
Those who enjoyed Corey Lewis' "Sharknife: Stage First" and have been waiting for the conclusion can rejoice. There is twice as much plot craziness, twice as much wacky muy thai inspired action. The line work can be nigh-incomprehensible and the composition of pages is purposefully ridiculous. If you like Peng or any of Lewis' other works, this volume is worth your time and money.
Our favorite Red Rocket Hero is back and bigger and better than ever! I mean it. After reading the first book I was completely blown away by the story, the characters and the action that Corey Lewis (Reyyy) has cooked up in this delicious meal for my eyeballs, and after my second helping I'm still craving more. Our hero Ceasar Hallelujah returns, itching to fight even more powerful monsters than before as Sharknife, and finally confront his archenemy Ombra Revenga in a battle that can only be described as "Awesome". Filled with amazing artwork, unique and hilarious writing, one of a kind characters and a truck load of video game references, what's not to like about Sharknife?