Kimmie66

Kimmie66 Review

Written and illustrated by Aaron Alexovich Navigate the neon-lit corridors of an online VR lair in this high-velocity, dangerous quest to locate the world's first digital girl, written and illustrated by Aaron Alexovich (Serenity Rose, TV's Invader Zim and Avatar: The Last Airbender)! Telly Kade is pretty much your typical 23rd century teen. She's got impossible hair, misfit friends, a big sloppy brother...and a pair of VR goggles that lets her live among the vampires - online, at least. She's also got a problem: a suicide note from her best friend, Kimmie66. But if Kimmie is really dead, why is she still all over the net? Is it a ghost, prank, or something much creepier? To find out, Telly will have to dig through every dark corner of the internet and uncover the truth behind the mysterious double life and death of the girl she thought she knew best..

Title:Kimmie66
Edition Language:English

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  • Naomi Ruth

    I read Alexovich's Serenity Rose and really enjoyed it and wanted to read more by him, AND THEN I found this book when I wasn't even looking for it. I enjoyed it. I do have a thing for gothic comics, ...

  • Arminzerella

    Telly, 14, is a teen in the 23rd century, and spends much of her time in her lair – Elysium – with her two best friends, Nekokat and Kimmie66. Elysium, and other lairs, are VR (virtual reality) wo...

  • C.W.

    Aaron Alexovich is a genius.My wife bought this book for me in addition to Confessions of a Blabbermouth (both Minx graphic novels) for Christmas and let me say this: unlike Confessions, this went abo...

  • Jennifer de Guzman

    Aaron Alexovich tackles the increasingly important question of online identity, and he does it in a way that's fun and spooky, with a main character who is, oh my god, adorable. I love her hair. Her v...

  • Lizzie?

    Okay well this comic has a setting where it takes place in the 23rd century. It tells about the life of Telly Kade(shes the narrator in a way, since she talks about her life). In the 23rd century, peo...

  • Jose Moreno

    This book was good but it was too short and it kind of made no sense about kimmie dying and the end is way to plain, you ould expect something more exciting from kimmie and telly....

  • Allison

    Virtual Reality is reality? You'll have to read this one to find out!...

  • Kim

    Conceptually intriguing but it read like an outline; this book lacked meat entirely. Minimal narrative, minimal character development, flat language. Only the illustrations were compelling....

  • Jessica Manna

    Under appreciated and delightful. I adored everything about it. I sensed a flavor of JTHM in the art style, with a sort of morbid kind of 'ready player one,' atmosphere kinda! Dig it, man!...

  • Jodie Warner

    A frightening future of VR and its consequences done well and with heart....