NEMI COMIC BOOK
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There is the Metro website, but they don't have a back catalogue, and a lot of the best Nemi strips were in the past, just like the dragons. So I will post some strips. Meet Nemi Montoya, the vegetarian, cynical/romantic, hilariously honest twenty- something I love this comic sereis, and you should also get the second book!. Nemi - Vol. 1 book. Read 38 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Nemi is a Norwegian comic strip, written and drawn by Lise Myhre.
Read more. The creator of the series, Lise Myhre, debuted in an open arena and found the form when Nemi was suddenly there on paper. And the form is still there. Together they have moved from strength to strength; not only regarding alignment and comic timing. New readers are meeting them and being captivated every day.
With around stages to perform on, Lise and Nemi are still developing. And the arena is getting larger and larger. Nemi stands out in the medial noise. She is a woman, chick and girl at the same time — but refuses to let herself be classified based on gender! I prefer comics that are novel-length, amazingly artistic, compellingly innovative, or have a solid narrative. Nemi is more like the Sunday newspaper funnies I read as a kid.
She's a character that I fell in love with, but I don't think it would ever work out between us. Jun 08, Janet added it Shelves: This comic strip is a delight! The Nemi character is pure Id, in the finest possible way. She wants what she wants, and she's incredibly funny about getting it. She rather reminds me of a cat.
Self-centered and lazy but fastidious with it, with grace and a moral code all her own. She's rather underemployed when she's working at all , showing up variously working in a clothing store, a music store, or baby-sitting.
The baby-sitting is wonderful. Pas toujours hilarants, mais toujours vrai! Aug 18, Aless rated it it was amazing Shelves: Nemi is my favourite comic. Nemi Montoya is a 20 something goth girl who loves fantasy, dragons, metal, magic and fairytales, while hating navigating the adult world. Essentially she is me. She's so funny and relatable and with childlike enthusiasm about the things she loves.
Lise you are awesome and Metro newspaper you bastards for stopping printing Nemi at the start of Oct 01, Ana rated it it was amazing Shelves: Some aspects are really british but I was still able to get into it. Her love of fantasy and dragons and creepy stuff was just too fun to read about.
And some of her situations we can all relate to. The art is crisp and vibrant but doesn't detract from the strips. I can't wait to read the next volumes. Jan 02, Rosa rated it liked it Shelves: Nemi is a collection of daily newspaper strips.
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I love the artwork and I really like Nemi, although sometimes I wish she was just a little bit less harsh to other people. I also kind of wish there was more of a long term story line, but only because I think it would be interesting; the short daily strips are pretty funny. Dec 07, Rachael rated it did not like it. Theres definitely something lost in translation here.
I like the character and the drawing style but I really never laughed. There's a few funny skits where she's babysitting but other than that I just didn't love this comic. Aug 13, Jess rated it it was amazing. I love Nemi and her ambitions. She's a cynical, love obsessed goth who loves boys, dragons, and chocolates. I adore her bad assary and sarcastic remarks among her peers.
That comic is definitely a must read for those who is goth or undergoing it. Jan 20, Lauren rated it really liked it. I am loving this book, this comic is the main thing I read in the metro, if I have no time to look at anything else I skip to the comic page.
Its funny and so accurate on how life is, I just love it. Having bought it at the weekend I have been reading bits before I go to sleep. Sep 14, Farhin rated it really liked it Shelves: Nemi is a well-known character to anyone who reads the free UK Metro newspaper!
Fun, quirky, sarcastic and witty, you'd have to be pretty dull not to like her.
This compilation of comics was a quick and fun read - recommended to anyone who's up for a laugh. Jun 26, Tina rated it liked it. A lot of fun!
I hadn't read these comics before, but I can now understand why many of my friends are fans of Nemi. Oct 20, Shadowjac rated it did not like it Shelves: Standard unfunny newspaper strip style comic. Maybe it was lost in translation. My soul mate. She despises hunters, fur coats, and is one of those annoying people who try to make you feel guilty for eating a burger.
Nemi's contempt for human life, however, knows no boundaries. Among Nemi's many lost jobs was one at the music store.
A customer came in asking for a musical recommendation for her daughter. Nemi suggested Alice Cooper, but the customer was thinking more along the lines of Christina Aguilera. Upon hearing those words, Nemi proceeded to pounce upon her and beat her senseless. Nemi has asked to borrow people's CDs so she can "burn them," the borrowers never realizing she usually means that literally.
Even if Batman had enough time to prepare, he still couldn't defeat Nemi.
Humor in Comic Strips: A pragmatic Analysis of "Nemi"
The strip was originally very dark hence "The Black Page" and Nemi's sometimes frightening appearance and tastes in things have led some to call Nemi a "goth strip. Lyse sees Nemi as more of a creation for misfits and those who refuse to be defined by any particular category.
The bulk of the strip still remains untranslated, and it has never been reprinted anywhere in the Western Hemisphere.
Now that you know about Nemi, do you like her? Tell others. Maybe something'll happen; otherwise this is probably all the Nemi you'll ever get.
It runs several times a week in the Metro. You can even buy a book. Normally I correct errors sooner than this, but this one negated the tone of the entire page and to properly fix it I'd have to rewrite the whole thing.The strips in which they appear can be said to mirror the strips that only feature Cyan and Leo. Other books in the series.
Nemi (comic strip)
Nemi, with a circulation of more than 70, copies, is now one the two most popular cartoons in Norway, next to Pondus.
Who said Goths aren't funny? Nemi once had a nightmare where she was one of these. Nemi loves black clothes, heavy metal, and dragons.
Growing up poor also affected her ability to manage money as an adult, as she would rather spend her money than save it or pay her bills. Aug 13, Jess rated it it was amazing.