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ISBN:1582402604
Author: Frank Cho
ISBN13: 978-1582402604
Title: Liberty Meadows (Eden, Book 1) (v. 1)
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Language: English
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Publisher: Image Comics (November 20, 2002)
Pages: 128

Liberty Meadows (Eden, Book 1) (v. 1) by Frank Cho



Ships from and sold by ShurlockHomes. But in case readers weren't lucky enough to catch Cho's strip initially, it has been immortalized in "Liberty Meadows 1," which compiles the first nine issues. Expect nothing but madness, mayhem and a bit of wistful romance, and this kooky comic will not disappoint. Welcome to Liberty Meadows, an animal preserve overseen by vet Frank and animal shrink Brandy.

Series: Liberty Meadows (Book 1, black-and-white). This strip, about a nebbish veterinarian (Frank) and a beauteous albeit naive animal psychologist (Brandy) who run an animal sanctuary with a wide variety of talking critters, tries hard to be "Bloom County". It just doesn't quite get there. The humor and situations are often stiff and contrived, and for such a gifted artist, Cho doesn't seem quite comfortable with the demands of a funny animal strip. Nevertheless the strip is sometimes charming and whimsical.

Liberty Meadows is a comic strip, comic book created, written and illustrated by Frank Cho. It relates the comedic activities of the staff and denizens of the eponymous animal tion clinic. Liberty Meadows is the evolution of University² (University Squared), a strip Cho wrote during his college years for The Diamondback, the student newspaper at the University of Maryland, College Park.

Liberty Meadows, Volume 1 book. But he's so much more than that. A great storyteller and a great humorist, Frank Cho strikes a nice balance between all different kinds of comedy: in particular, the slapstick antics of classic Looney Tu Previously read; currently playing catch-up. This is a re-read for me, and a surprisingly good one at that. I first picked up this book-I admit-because I thought the girl on the cover was attractive.

Read Liberty Meadows comic online free and high quality. Fast loading speed, unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next page. Issues 1-26 published by Insight Studios Group. Issues 27-current published by Image.

Back in print! Collecting the first nine issues of the award winning and totally uncensored Liberty Meadows with an all-new cover. Also featuring cover galleries and sketch galleries of unpublished Liberty Meadows ar. Users who liked this book, also liked. Liberty Meadows 2( Series - Liberty Meadows (Graphic Novels) ) (English).

Liberty Meadows, Volume 1: Eden (Liberty Meadows Author(S). by Frank Cho. Publication Data. nisbn: 1582402604n

This book showcases the first three years of Liberty Meadows Sunday strips, fully re-mastered and digitally recolored, as well as never-before-seen comic strips and art produced since their initial newspaper publication. Finally, after all this time, Frank Cho gets off his lazy butt and collects his multi-award winning Liberty Meadows Sunday strips in one place! This book showcases the first three years of Liberty Meadows Sunday strips, fully re-mastered and digitally recolored, as well as never-before-seen comic strips and art produced since their initial newspaper publication. rank Cho - Liberty Meadows Sundays - Book 1 (2012) (digital - 1920px) (Son of Ultron-Empire).

Liberty Meadows - Volume 1 - Eden. Author:, Date: 16 Apr 2013, Views: Italian CBR 132 pages 101 MB. Download. Liberty Meadows - Volume 1 - Eden

Image's first-ever newspaper strip book from award-winning cartoonist, Frank Cho. Liberty Meadows is an animal sanctuary where the animals run the show! There's Leslie, the hypochondriac bullfrog, Ralph the midget circus bear, Dean the male chauvanist pig (who really IS a pig), and the beautiful animal psychologist, Brandy, among others. Liberty Meadows is a bit Bloom County mixed with pop culture satire and sometimes (but never salacious) humor.
Reviews: 6
Lemana
I like Cho's art.
Braswyn
I first pick this book up thinking it was just another stupid anonymous comic book, that I'd glance at and put down immediately, but upon browsing a few of the pages I started chuckling and then laughing out loud, at one point I laughed so loud that I startled myself because I realized of course that I was in a book store and it was very, very quite except for my LOUD laughing.
A fantastic read, with realistic and believable characters that I suspect are probably taken from either the authors life or his dreams and imagination. I'd recommend to EVERYONE, however some of the jokes are aimed at older at least teenaged people, and some adult themes are weaved throughout.
The main characters are short-but-average-joe, a bunch of wierd super-smart but WIERD animal-like characters, and the tall beauty Brandy that pretty much makes the book.
I wouldn't say I'm anxiously waiting for the next Frank Cho book because I have other interests that take up much of my time, but really, I'M WAITING ANXIOUSLY FOR FRANK'S NEXT BOOK! lol
Thanks for reading, I hope this review helps you decide on whether to purchase or not.
Dolid
Frank Cho's world is delightfully twisted. I received this book as a present and read it in one sitting. I have reread it several times since. I just can't get enough of Frank, Brandy, Dean, and all the gang!
Ubrise
From University^2 to Liberty Meadows, Frank Cho has created a masterpiece. The humor is fresh and laugh out loud funny. The best part about the comics, or in this case, the trade paper back, is that the strips are unedited.

If you want to laugh about something clever this is the book for you. Oh, and the art is great, too.
Anaginn
"Eden" contains strips from the begining of "Liberty Meadow's" syndication run in 1997 and run to about mid-1998. There are NO Sunday strips included, only the Monday through Saturday daily strips. But, since Frank never had his Sunday strips included in his serials, they aren't really required.
For those who are unaware of "Liberty Meadows", this is a strip about the Liberty Meadows Animal Sanctuary. Here, several crazy animals live including a rescued midget circus bear, a LARGE frog, a hog who used to be a mascot for the University of Maryland, and other critters. You also have the shy, nerdy vet Frank, and the hot animal psychiatrist Brandy (whom Frank has a HUGE crush on but who can't seem to bring himself to ask her out). The artwork is VERY good and the humor is good but may not be for everyone. Frank Cho does a lot of parody in his strips and some of that may go over people's head.
There are a few things that set this book apart from other comic strip books. The first being the paper this is printed on. This is high-gloss, heavy paper which is very nice! Second, Frank has included some new material at the beginning of the book in which a very old Ralph and Leslie are visited by someone who wants to interview them about their days at Liberty Meadows Animal Sanctuary. From there, we are launched into the classic comic strips.
At the end of the book, Frank has graciously included several drawings from his sketchbook as well as the cover art from the various comic books (the strip went to comic book format after leaving syndication).
This is a great addition to anyones comic strip book collection.
Cobyno
I first picked this book up thinking it was just another stupid anonymous comic book that I'd glance at and put down immediately, but upon browsing a few of the pages I started chuckling and then laughing out loud, and at one point I laughed so loud that I startled myself because I realized of course that I was in a book store and it was very very quiet except for my LOUD laughing.

A fantastic read, with realistic and believable characters that I suspect are probably taken from either the authors life or his dreams and imagination. I'd recommend to EVERYONE, however some of the jokes are aimed at older at least teenaged people, and some adult themes are weaved throughout.
The main characters are short-but-average-joe, a bunch of super-smart but WIERD animal-like characters, and the tall beauty naned Brandy that pretty much makes the book.

I wouldn't say I'm anxiously waiting for the next Frank Cho book because I have other interests that take up much of my time, but really, I'M WAITING ANXIOUSLY FOR FRANK'S NEXT BOOK! lol

Thanks for reading, I hope this review helps you decide on whether to purchase or not.
Slowly writer
My boyfriend chanced upon this book at our local library where we were perusing graphic novels for a lark. Not only is Eden cleverly written but the art work is fantastic! I loved the section at the end with cover pictures and rough sketches.
The characters are endearing, its hard not to fall in love with the adorable antics of duckling Truman, and his best friend, weiner dog, Oscar. Both of the main human leads, Frank the vet, and Brandy, the psychiatrist are also likeable and I found myself rooting for poor Frank to finally get the nerve to ask Brandy out. Their relationship alone is enough to keep me reading!
Overall a very smart, very funny comic strip that I have now bought for myself and am collecting the rest. A must have for any comic fan and a must read since this book starts from the beginning of the strip.