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Sinfest: Viva la Resistance Paperback – Jan 4 2011

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Sinfest - always worth reading Sept. 12 2011
By SerbianWolf - Published on
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Since it started, Sinfest captured attention of many with its wit and humor. This is one of longest going web comics and I must admit that I enjoy reading it quite often. Characters are interesting (although after so many years it would be nice to shuffle things a bit as stereotypes can go only so far), story is developing (slowly, but...) and although it is increasingly difficult to keep adding new, fresh ideas into something running this long Mr. Ishida is doing a good job.

I must admit that, although newer comics are much more polished technically speaking, I find myself going back to the roots and admiring that witty humor and not-so-hidden poking at political/religious/sexual/other issues. Mr. Ishida's ability to identify and make fun of issues that we humans find essential and/or intriguing is "non plus ultra". Somebody might get offended with some of the strips but hey, you can't please everybody.

I know for sure that I will always be going back to Sinfest and my goal is to have them all safely stored somewhere so my kid can read it and enjoy Mr. Ishida's work too. It's worth having, make no mistake.

On a side note, do pay attention to Mr. Ishida's signature phrase in top right corner as well as many changing little details in the comic. You will find it highly amusing :)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
One of the best web comics around July 31 2011
By Ewen Roberts - Published on
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Sinfest is one of the best webcomics around, with an eclectic cast appearing in strips that are by turn thoughtful, hilarious, and sweet (but never cloying or maudlin). Tatsuya Ishida combines sharp humour and intellect with great art to produce a strip that is appealing in a way most mainstream comics are not. This book brings together strips from 2003 to 2004 in an conveniently non-electronic format that will be still be readable (like all great classics) once civlisation has finally extinguished itself. Viva la resistance, and Mr Ishida.
0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
just a print of the online comic Aug. 1 2011
By John - Published on
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it's the same comics you find online but now you have the luxury to own a 214-page book full of them!