Sweet Tooth

Sweet Tooth

[2], In Captivity

Graphic Novel - 2010
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In this second volume, Lemire explores the heartbreaking story of Jeppard and how he went from a devoted husband to the ruthless mercenary he is now. Meanwhile, Gus is captured in a camp with other hybrid creatures where he meets Dr. Singh, a scientist studying the plague that's wiped out so much of the world. By traveling more into Gus' past, Singh will learn more about the plague, as well as clues at how some of it might relate to Gus and his father.
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, 2010
ISBN: 9781401228545
Branch Call Number: LEMI
Characteristics: 140 : chiefly ill
Additional Contributors: Brosseau, Pat
Villarrubia, José
Alternative Title: In captivity [graphic novel]


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Jul 01, 2015

I finished this graphic novel in the wee hours of morning on July first, so I'm counting it in this mash-up review even though I technically didn't read it in June. Although I didn't like this one quite as much as it prodeceaser, I still really enjoyed it. I like how we got the two different perspectives - Gus and Jepperd (Jepperd's part even had flashbacks to them). I was amazed at how I didn't get confused through all of the changes.
As before, the idea is compelling and interesting, however in this instalment I found myself less intrigued about the story. I'm not quite sure why, but it just didn't stick with me like that of the previous volume.
I was also wishing that In Captivity we would get new animal-creature characters, which is unfortunately not the case. Sure, there is a few that Gus meets, but most of them cannot talk. Further, if they did talk, their scenes were very short and I just wish that they could have been longer! Alas, maybe the next volume will hunger my thirst.
All of that being said, Sweet Tooth continues to be a great graphic novel series with interesting ideas and a compelling story. If you like apocalyptic stories and science, this graphic novel series will definitely be a read for you!
4/5 stars.

Borrowed the first one, would love to have the others from the series

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Jul 01, 2015

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