Tank Girl, Jet Girl, Booga and Barney accidentally summon the gang’s evil counterparts, fronted by ANTI-TANK GIRL! They’re going to have to draw on their most screwed-up powers to eliminate their nemeses!
Tank Girl is back and more puerile than ever!
Originally created by Martin and one half of the critically-acclaimed virtual band Gorillaz, Jamie Hewlett, Tank Girl remains one of the greatest counter-culture comics anti-heroines, driving her attitude-laden tank straight into the face of bland, spandex-wearing simpletons!
Tank Girl, Jet Girl, Booga and Barney are back and on a mission to save their favourite little radio store. Things are going according to plan, too, but somewhere along the line Booga manages to electronically summon the gang’s evil counterparts, fronted by the darkest bitch on the planet – ANTI-TANK GIRL! The fight is to the death, as each gang member draws on their deepest, most screwed-up powers to eliminate their own personal nemesis. Things are about to get very dark, very bloody… and very stupid!
The new series has Martin teaming up with debut artist, Warwick Johnson Cadwell. Cadwell was forced to hand-wash eighty-six pairs of Tank Girl's soiled underpants, scour Jet-Girl's air-intake and lick Booga's salty b*******s while dressed as a Glaswegian nun before he was even allowed to submit his art samples. Imagine what he had to do in order to gain Alan Martin's approval and become the new official Tank Girl artist!
(We'll give you a hint: it involved a plunger, an oxygen tank, seven mini-tubs of quick-drying hair-gel, the cogs of an antique watch, the spleen of a goat, and four kilos of body-chocolate.)
Check back soon for some great art from #1!
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