Tank Girl Takes a Trip by Alan Martin
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The eponymous character Tank Girl Rebecca Buck — later revealed to have been born as Fonzie Rebecca Buckler drives a tank , which is also her home. She undertakes a series of missions for a nebulous organization before making a serious mistake and being declared an outlaw for her sexual inclinations and her substance abuse. The comic centres on her misadventures with her boyfriend, Booga, a mutant kangaroo. The comic's style is heavily influenced by punk visual art , and strips are frequently deeply disorganized , anarchic , absurdist , and psychedelic. The strip features various elements with origins in surrealist techniques , fanzines , collage , cut-up technique , stream of consciousness , and metafiction , with very little regard or interest for conventional plot or committed narrative. The strip was initially set in a futuristic Australia , although it drew heavily from contemporary British pop culture. One of their songs was called "Rocket Girl".
Tank Girl and all the gang are back, in this, the first of four brand-new, epic, stand-alone stories! This is Tank Girl on true classic, chaotic, idiotic form! Alan Martin continues his reign with new stand-alone one-shots featuring our favorite characters: Booga, Jet Girl, Sub Girl Barney and of course, the girl we all came to see, Tank Girl. Martin can do no wrong when writing Tank Girl. Tank Girl Strikes Again is no different.
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