PVP: Awesomology Vol. 1

October 19, 2009 | Trades

Scott Kurtz might call it lowbrow meets high class.

The creator of the popular web comic, PVP, is always quick to mock the perception of his work by graphica elitists, but the fact is this Eisner Award-winning strip rarely fails to bring the laughs with its fine mix of pop-culture observations and off-the-wall action.

And the series has never looked so good as it does in PVP: Awesomology Vol. 1 (Image Comics, $100 U.S., 600 pages), a massive, slip-cased hardcover collection of most of the first six years worth of strips, along with concept sketches and bonuses galore.

(This review first appeared in the Toronto Star)

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