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    IGNOU books 2019 In Hindi Online PDF Free is a mystery, and he burdens a hidden pain that becomes apparent when you look at him directly in those big puppy dog eyes He s also got a sort of Jesse James or Billy the Kid reputation killers seem to be popping out of the woodwork just to see if they can take a crack at the infamous Pug Davis."/>
  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • Pug Davis
  • Rebecca Sugar
  • English
  • 10 May 2017

Pug Davis[BOOKS] ✸ Pug Davis Author Rebecca Sugar – Essayreview.co.uk Pug Davis takes place in a sort of retro future, a world envisioned by dreamers in the Eisenhower Era and spurred on by the developments of the Kennedy Era The hero of the comic is the titular Pug Dav Pug Davis takes place in a sort of retro future, a world envisioned by dreamers in the Eisenhower Era and spurred on by the developments of the Kennedy Era The hero of the comic is the titular Pug Davis a defender of Earth with an American flag emblazoned on his chest A bare knuckles brawler A man of action with a puppy for a head He s basically Buck Rogers if Buck was a surly old marine He makes no attempt to hide that he s a grizzled sourpuss, tossing about politically incorrect epithets that he may or may not mean Pug s past is a mystery, and he burdens a hidden pain that becomes apparent when you look at him directly in those big puppy dog eyes He s also got a sort of Jesse James or Billy the Kid reputation killers seem to be popping out of the woodwork just to see if they can take a crack at the infamous Pug Davis.


About the Author: Rebecca Sugar

Rebecca Rea Sugar is an American animator, composer and director She is best known for creating the Cartoon Network series Steven Universe, which has made her the first woman to independently create a series for the network.


10 thoughts on “Pug Davis

  1. says:

    Cute It s really interesting to see the foundations for artist i feel I know so well.

  2. says:

    After a few eBay battles, I finally managed to get my hands on a copy of old Pug Davis As a raging Steven Universe nerd, I was curious to see what types of indie comics Rebecca Sugar wrote back in the day especially after enjoying the online piece Don t Cry For Me, I m Already Dead, her student film Singles, and the little random sketches from Margo in Bed that were published in an issue of Frontier Everything she writes has a life juice that speaks to me, so I assumed this would as wel After a few eBay battles, I finally managed to get my hands on a copy of old Pug Davis As a raging Steven Universe nerd, I was curious to see what types of indie comics Rebecca Sugar wrote back in the day especially after enjoying the online piece Don t Cry For Me, I m Already Dead, her student film Singles, and the little random sketches from Margo in Bed that were published in an issue of Frontier Everything she writes has a life juice that speaks to me, so I assumed this would as well.I was not disappointed.First, let s get this out of the way It s not very similar to Steven Universe, but there are some shared elements queer characters, space adventures, deep and catastrophic trauma, and lots of feelings The differences are pretty stark for anyone who was expecting her comics to be like her cartoons the feel is much darker and bleaker than SU, and there are some brutal illustrations that depict fatal wounds and burns, violent battles, and catastrophic transformations The characters situations encourage the reader to consider the implications of body horror such as Pug Davis s dog s head grafted onto a cyborg body , violent homophobia Pug s sidekick has a history of experiencing gay bashing and parental rejection , and mental invasion brain hijacking aliens figure into several of the stories, swiping traumatic memories for fun and forcing the victim to relive them, or injecting foreign memories into people so they can enjoy the reaction There are also multiple depictions and implications of sex, some slurs and swear words, and quite a few triggery consent violating situations This is a pretty dark universe for something with a goofy looking doggie on the cover.I am not a please give me the gritty darkness type comics reader, and actually I d rather not deal with anything on the horror spectrum if I can help it, but I make exceptions for good writing I even like Stephen King, for instance And the fantastic, layered, complex emotion in this weird lump of tales is well worth the slight creep factor The actual type of adventures Pug and Blouse go on aren t even heavily focused upon we see their legacy in all the tall tales about the infamous Pug Davis that follow wherever he goes, and we see evidence of battle and space travel and alien encounters, but mostly what we get is the space between the emotional conversations, the meeting of equals, the characters with little in common finding common ground Emotion is evident in every choice of expression, every careful rendering of a hand, every stance presenting or confronting or cowering or begging It feels like real people having conversations even though it s a freaking space dog taking a space leak outside a space bar.Every character is formed by a history It is so refreshing to meet characters who lived before page one, who have complex motivations besides romantic relationships and killing bad guys, who are still discovering things about each other and revealing multiple layers of their existence It s so good to meet characters as we meet people part way through their lives, not as they begin them or end them I couldn t bepleased with the honesty and authenticity of these characters, and I so much appreciate how relatively simple they are about presenting just enough for us to know so muchI just adored this And yes, if you re curious, it s pretty funny sometimes too I laughed out loud at least twice

  3. says:

    Pug Davis is a space adventurer and Earth defender who inexplicably has a dog head on a man s body He has a story, and his sidekick Blouse has known him and supported him and been rescued by him for some time before he finds out what that story is Pug Davis s reputation precedes him he s infamous, feared, and respected, and he does what he s gotta do whatever that is We follow Pug Davis and Blouse as they confront crafty enemies, deal with mechanical and physical setbacks, and get harassed Pug Davis is a space adventurer and Earth defender who inexplicably has a dog head on a man s body He has a story, and his sidekick Blouse has known him and supported him and been rescued by him for some time before he finds out what that story is Pug Davis s reputation precedes him he s infamous, feared, and respected, and he does what he s gotta do whatever that is We follow Pug Davis and Blouse as they confront crafty enemies, deal with mechanical and physical setbacks, and get harassed by memory stealing brain aliens On the way, we learn about both their pasts, and watch them explore who they are to each other.Really incredible work here, if pretty goshdang weird I m a Steven Universe fan coming to Rebecca s indie comics after the fact, so obviously I am unable to avoid comparing, and I ve got to say it s wonderful to see how the soul of Rebecca s style is untarnished in this set of stories too I love that Blouse, the sidekick, isof a perspective character than Pug is, and that his homosexuality is sometimes wrapped up in something funny happening but it isn t a vehicle by which he becomes the joke The horrors of both of their pasts strengthen their bonds though Pug seems a little shirty about admitting it , and even though their adventures are weird and sort of directionless, there s a feeling of emotion and groundedness throughout all these wild happenings a feeling of recognition of the realness in people who couldn t exist, so far away, in a backwards reality I was captivated by these characters and this soulful way of balancing words with gestures, actions with ideas I m so glad I was able to find a copy of this treasure and enjoy this weird and wonderful story

  4. says:

    Quite rare and random, but interesting and deep enough to make you feel for the characters and their stories My only comment is that it feels incomplete, but maybe it was never meant to be a full story.

  5. says:

    This small collection of comics about Pug Davis and his sidekick Blouse is amazing The art is very unique, just as much as the storylines and characters It looks like a fever dream, but it doesn t get too crazy It is actually just the right amount of crazy to hold the readers attention.

  6. says:

    Kinda rough around the edges since it s an earlier work of hers, but it s weird and interesting and definitely worth a read if you re curious about what Rebecca Sugar did before Steven Universe

  7. says:

    Bello e poi io seguo Steven universe e voglio vedere altre cose che crea Rebecca sugar

  8. says:

    Queria ter uma pontinha do talento da Rebecca Sugar aaaaffffff

  9. says:

    This is an incredible book Rebecca Sugar s ability to build characters worth investing in is a big part why she gets away using a fairly stock sci fi setting The adventures Sugar writes for her two heroes are catalysts for layering their personalities over time, and although the book isn t quite long she is capable in planting those seeds in ways that pay off immediately.Sugar uses her experience in animation to draw the entire face as a living shape By doing so she is able to present subtle This is an incredible book Rebecca Sugar s ability to build characters worth investing in is a big part why she gets away using a fairly stock sci fi setting The adventures Sugar writes for her two heroes are catalysts for layering their personalities over time, and although the book isn t quite long she is capable in planting those seeds in ways that pay off immediately.Sugar uses her experience in animation to draw the entire face as a living shape By doing so she is able to present subtle and obvious feelings at once, and it is an integral part in the way Sugar can build so much character in so little space.The best example for this would be her short online story Don t cry for me I m already dead Easier to find, but employs the same technique in an even shorter amount of space Pug Davis is in no way a large comic, and is definitely not a comic with overarching narrative Instead it took the approach of the self contained story, and focused the natural growing arc of vignettes on character rather than narrative Withspace there is a possibly this wouldn t have worked, but given what we have it does a fine job At the risk of suggesting this book as a template for technique I ll say instead that Pug Davis is a comic of passion There is a lot to absorb in the way of visualizing emotion and blending that with applicable contrasting dialogue But because it wasn t written with any underlying narrative or conflict Pug Davis can come across as disjointed and worth a skip However, its roots in animation can be seen as additions to the comic book medium and I believe this is a book worth reading

  10. says:

    Pug Davis is a graphic novel about a Buck Rogers like character, but with a face of a pug His sidekick, Blouse, and him live together in a small space ship This is a story about their tolerationship and eventual friendship that proceed through their adventure.I read this online and I head of it because Rebecca Sugar is one of my favorite artists It s very fast past, short and fun to read It only takes about an hour to read it through Overall, it s clean but there are some parts that becom Pug Davis is a graphic novel about a Buck Rogers like character, but with a face of a pug His sidekick, Blouse, and him live together in a small space ship This is a story about their tolerationship and eventual friendship that proceed through their adventure.I read this online and I head of it because Rebecca Sugar is one of my favorite artists It s very fast past, short and fun to read It only takes about an hour to read it through Overall, it s clean but there are some parts that becomeadult Anyone who likes to read American Comic books should look up Pug Davis

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