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Sex Criminals #8: Robert Rainbow PDF, ePub eBook Jon and Suzie have had to deal with a whole lot in their time together but nothing can prepare them for...Robert Rainbow. Actually he's a pretty cool guy. And that's the problem.

30 review for Sex Criminals #8: Robert Rainbow

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    Jon’s gone a bit manic since he decided to go off his meds and Suzie’s not having it - he has to take care of himself because she’s his girlfriend, not his minder. They decide to take a break and that’s when they meet a mutual acquaintance: Robert Rainbow. Sex Crimz #8 reads a bit like a health pamphlet at times rather than the sex comedy comic it normally is. Rainbow is Suzie’s OBGYN and he’s a hottie so while he’s examining/telling her about the various forms of contraceptive on the market, sh Jon’s gone a bit manic since he decided to go off his meds and Suzie’s not having it - he has to take care of himself because she’s his girlfriend, not his minder. They decide to take a break and that’s when they meet a mutual acquaintance: Robert Rainbow. Sex Crimz #8 reads a bit like a health pamphlet at times rather than the sex comedy comic it normally is. Rainbow is Suzie’s OBGYN and he’s a hottie so while he’s examining/telling her about the various forms of contraceptive on the market, she’s imagining him doing a sexy striptease at the same time. Later on, Jon chances across a wise therapist in the strangest food court ever (“Salad Cakes - Have your cake and eat salad too!” and “Saus-Ade”) who tells him the secret to good mental health: aerobic exercise and socialising. All good to know, by the by, but still not terribly exciting to read in a comic. Rainbow relates his secret origin of being Jon’s childhood buddy when he chanced across his parents doing some S&M stuff, instantly altering his worldview. That stuff’s fine (whatever floats your boat) but why the hell were the parents doing that without locking their door? And why do it in the early evening when your two kids are still walking about the house? Hmm. Talk about setting yourself up for some awkwardness! Sex Criminals is more of a character-driven story than plot so it’s always surprising to see it when it rears its head like it does at the end of the issue. And while I usually like Suzie and Jon’s weirdness, I haven’t been feeling it in this second arc. The humour isn’t very funny (Suzie’s former OBGYN was called Dr Awfulstein - really? And “Shit on a dick”? C’mon Fraction, you were doing that dialogue way back in your Mantooth days - grow!) but I guess the new character’s not bad and having a more varied cast makes for more opportunities later on. Fraction/Zdarsky are doing a bit of pedestal talking in this issue, edumacating women who don’t already know about birth control while informing anyone with depression issues how to feel better. That’s worthwhile, and some of the other stuff in this issue is fun too, but it still doesn’t make Sex Criminals #8 a patch on the earlier issues in the series.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bradley

    Uh-oh. It's high-overhead batman wearing a maple-leaf mask. Some of the images are rather funny. Onto the next!

  3. 5 out of 5

    April Cote

    Crazy, sexy, kinky fun as usual. Love this graphic novel.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Michel Avenali

    This comic is so good, saving full thoughts for when I'm caught up, but this issue . . . the library . . . OMFG I hate that sex police woman!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Onur Y

    Serinin bir diğer en iyi bölümü. Neden iyi? Daha muzip, daha eğlenceli, daha az karmaşık olduğu için. Yalnız goodreads takipçilerime bir şeyi anlatmam gerekiyor. Her bölümün sonunda epeyce bir sayfa çizer-okur arasındaki yazışmalar eklenmiş. Okurların beyin yakıcı soruları olduğu gibi, çok zekice soruları da mevcut. Çizer de hepsine üşenmeden yanıt vermiş. Gerçekten çok ilginç yazışmalar var. Hepsini okudum mu? Hayır ama hızlıca göz attım, ilgimi çekenleri dikkatlice okudum. Başka comicslerde de Serinin bir diğer en iyi bölümü. Neden iyi? Daha muzip, daha eğlenceli, daha az karmaşık olduğu için. Yalnız goodreads takipçilerime bir şeyi anlatmam gerekiyor. Her bölümün sonunda epeyce bir sayfa çizer-okur arasındaki yazışmalar eklenmiş. Okurların beyin yakıcı soruları olduğu gibi, çok zekice soruları da mevcut. Çizer de hepsine üşenmeden yanıt vermiş. Gerçekten çok ilginç yazışmalar var. Hepsini okudum mu? Hayır ama hızlıca göz attım, ilgimi çekenleri dikkatlice okudum. Başka comicslerde denk gelmediğim bir şey bu. Comicsleri bir anlamda interaktif hale getiriyor. Okurun da bu durumdan ziyadesiyle mutlu olduğuna eminim. Ama çizer her daim bildiğini okumalı tabii, en azından serileri sürdürürken. Başkaca eserler için dikkate alma tercihi tümüyle özneldir.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Melannie Gonzalez

    I was just looking for a light reading, and then, I found this series. First, I found the theme a bit silly but very funny and... definitively love the art. Now I just cannot put it down, the story is becoming interesting and still very funny. Highly recommended ;)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Elliott

    jon is so fucking boring

  8. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Silverlance

    God I hate those three. God I hate that bitch. God I hate the sex police. God I want them to suffer a slow and painful death. I usually love villains, they're the ones that make my heart beat faster: not the heroes, not the noble princess or the handsome prince. It's the villains, it's always the villains. But these three, these three are not true villains; they are just three dickheads who think they have power, but in reality they have nothing. They lack the spirit, courage, determination most God I hate those three. God I hate that bitch. God I hate the sex police. God I want them to suffer a slow and painful death. I usually love villains, they're the ones that make my heart beat faster: not the heroes, not the noble princess or the handsome prince. It's the villains, it's always the villains. But these three, these three are not true villains; they are just three dickheads who think they have power, but in reality they have nothing. They lack the spirit, courage, determination most villains do. They are just there, moving around, appearing when you don't want them to. They appear, do nothing, screw up doing nothing and then take revenge in a very cowardly way. Villains don't do that. True villains face the heroes heads on. These three just mingle in the background like dickheads.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jason McKinney

    "Sometimes you just have to scream in the food court." This is the best issue since #2. Robert Rainbow breathes some life back into what was becoming a bit stale. I think it helped that Kegelface and her minions were largely absent from this one.

  10. 4 out of 5

    kel

    This is my favorite issue by a mile so far, mostly as a result of Robert Rainbow, who is a wonderful breath of fresh air. Hopefully he and Rachel continue to make significant appearances, as the series feels a little claustrophobic when it just focuses on Suzie and Jon.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    jon is boring, he needs to go

  12. 5 out of 5

    محمود راضي

    كم كان شيء جميل العودة لهذه السلسلة المباركة بعد فترة كبيرة من الانغماس في أدب أمريكا اللاتينية، ومع عدد خفيف الظل كهذا، سواء في تتابع العيادة، أو في الفلاش باك الخاص بروبرت راينبو.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Louise

    5 Stars!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Adam Lawlor

    The artwork alone deserves framing. But the humour and the refreshingly frank look on sexuality? AND freezing time? What more do you want?

  15. 5 out of 5

    Duc Hoang

    Best psych session ever?

  16. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Having interacted with Fraction and Zdarsky makes me love this comic even more.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ale

    It was great

  18. 5 out of 5

    Alvarex Alvarez

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. ;_;

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Rowe Palafox

    I think this was the best issue yet.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Miggie

    This is my favorite comic book. That is my review. And I fucking love that the Letter Daddies are always like 10 pages long. I just love this so much.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Nadia

    "My dad, the Bill Cosby of kink." Didn't the last issue end in a cliffhanger??? What happened to that??!! Other than that, excellent issue. (Was the mall dude a Chip lookalike or what?)

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

  23. 5 out of 5

    Syd

  24. 5 out of 5

    Donnavan Nakamura

  25. 5 out of 5

    Dan Tuttle

  26. 4 out of 5

    Aimee

  27. 4 out of 5

    Alexander Flense

  28. 5 out of 5

    Aldo Haegemans

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tasos Droulias

  30. 4 out of 5

    Tony Madden

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