This week, on the Major Spoilers Podcast…

Strangers in Paradise Volume One
Writer: Terry Moore
Artist: Terry Moore

Katchoo is a beautiful young woman living a quiet life with everything going for her. She’s smart, independent and very much in love with her best friend, Francine. Then Katchoo meets David, a gentle but persistent young man who is determined to win Katchoo’s heart. The resulting love triangle is a touching comedy of romantic errors until Katchoo’s former employer comes looking for her and $850,000 in missing mob money. As her idyllic life begins to fall apart, Katchoo discovers no one can be trusted and that the past she thought she left behind now threatens to destroy her and everything she loves, including Francine. This is the first edition in the series – don’t miss it!

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2 Comments

  1. J Michael T
    August 1, 2011 at 12:32 pm — Reply

    Awesome choice this week. I grew up reading comic books and recently struggled with how to introduce my teenaged daughter to the medium. She did not really feel like the traditional comic book super-heroes were appealing to her and could not get past the “silly” super-powered beings in the stories. I was trying to find a comic book series that would let me show her what I love about comics: how the visual art adds so much to the written words (we are both avid readers). This was the series that did it! She is now an avid reader of The Walking Dead, Locke and Key, Morning Glories, and this may be the first MSP podcast she gets to listen to ;-)

  2. Andrew H.
    August 1, 2011 at 3:17 pm — Reply

    Originally, I had written S.I.P. off as a “chick flick” in a comic book form (based on what little I had paid attention to). In the mid 90’s, I owned my own comic book store (Tree House Comics, Emporia KS). When the second TPB “I Dream of You” was solicited, I ordered a copy. I thought I’d read it and then put it out on the shelf to sell if I didn’t like it. Needless to say, no one else got that copy. As I read each issue, I was getting more and more into the story. I was frakkin HOOKED when I got to the big reveal that David was with the bad guys (pg. 220-221 in this collected edition). That scene plays out like the best of movie thrillers, and my heart was beating fast. That never happens to me just reading a comic book. If you haven’t read Strangers in Paradise yet, pick up vol. 1. You’ll be glad you did.

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