Our girl, Devi, made her first appearance in Johnny the Homicidal Maniac in the now famous and extremely popular, "Shit in the Pants" Meanwhile. She later moved on to date Johnny, who promptly tried to kill her. She kicked his ass, hid in her apartment for a reeaallly long time and that was the last we heard from her. Until now.
Jhonen has put Devi in her own storyline. It's a great perspective and a wild, funny ride. Okay so it's not all that wild. But it is really funny. I definitely think I laughed more with this book than any of Jhonen's other stuff. I think what I like a lot about this book is Jhonen knows exactly where he wants these characters to go and he's building and developing them really well and getting great results. I also like that we get to see a minor character introduced in the Johnny series really expounded upon. The same reason I liked Squee. We get to see the characters in their own lights.
I can't say it enough, but this book was really funny. I haven't quite figured out the nitty gritty meaning behind it just yet. I'll get to that when I know what it is. But for now, on to the pictures!!