The Silver Metal Lover Kindle Ú The Silver Epub /

The Silver Metal Lover Kindle Ú The Silver Epub /

The Silver Metal Lover ➮ [Read] ➪ The Silver Metal Lover By Trina Robbins ➺ – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Jane has it all Clothes money and a beautiful home high above the city But her safe little world is shattered the minute she meets Silver Brilliant witty a gifted musician kind understanding and gorge Jane has it all Clothes money and a beautiful home high above the city But her safe little world is shattered the minute she meets Silver Brilliant witty a gifted musician kind understanding and gorgeous Silver is the perfect man except that he is a robotAdapted and illustrated by Trina Robbins in cooperation with Tanith Lee.


7 thoughts on “The Silver Metal Lover

  1. Milky Mixer Milky Mixer says:

    The original novel is one of my all time favorite books since reading it as a teenager I've read it countless times But I never read the graphic novel adaptation until It's Alive lovingly republished it this year This is a beautiful companion to the novel and I am so happy it is back in print for fans of Tanith Lee and women in comics Hallo Jain Hallo Egyptia


  2. Emily Emily says:

    I was intrigued by the idea of the graphic adaptation of this novel The theme and scope are entirely different; the author worked with the adapterillustrator to change the story so some main elements remain but it is truly a different story Still interesting but not as good as the longer novel which was wonderful


  3. StrictlySequential StrictlySequential says:

    I love when Trina gets really girly with her art it's ADORABLE and sets the perfect atmosphere for a romance This is shelved as erotica or related because it's a passionate love story with feverish sex that makes sure to highlight the details to enhance the complexities of the robo human unionAnother well examined theme is the girl's relationship with her keep my daughter plain mother That's always a good frostophobia to dissect and the advances in physio alteration present in this future add to it's interesting complexitiesIt's SO MUCH better than I thought it would be but my faith in Trina payed handsomely I was worried about it being a campy young adult sing a long but it's really a girl taking an early ticket to hardcore adulthood in harsh environs which contains very well juxtaposed intricacies throughoutImagine if you were getting super intimate with someone who not only had no heat vs high 90s but also stole yours


  4. Leila Anani Leila Anani says:

    This re print of the Trina Robbins' 1985 graphic novel adaptation of Tanith Lee's novel is everything you could ask forThe story is a simple coming of age tale about 16 year old plain Jane who falls in love with Silver a robot troubador and runs off with him escaping her mother's shadow Trina's bold simple art sets it off beautifully and its so refreshing to have a SF romance by women for women this really does not fit into any graphic novel niche Love the character on this Jane is very real and flawed having all the doubts and insecurities a normal 16 year old wouldThis new hardback edition is gorgeous Not only a wonderful glossy re print of the long out of print story but lots of bonus content too Highlight for me was Trina's earlier attempt at adapting Lee Exercise in Gold being the dream seuence from Don't Bite the Sun This featured in Heavy Metal 2 #9 1979 and I thought I was going to have to go through my Heavy Metal back issues to find it when lo it's in the bonus material There are bios of Lee Robbins as well as Gail Simone Storm Constantine and Collen Doran who also did the wonderful cover art for this edition and essays from Lee and Constantine plus background on the graphic itself Fans of Tanith Lee and the history of women in comics are going to want to check this out I was rather impressed


  5. Tammy Dominguez Tammy Dominguez says:

    I read this book as a teenager then found it again as an adult I loved it just as much now It's a beautifully tragic love story


  6. Jim Jim says:

    i readthis when it first came out and was afraid to see if it still held up it does 25 years ago i would have rated it five stars still give it four my favorite of trina robbins' books


  7. Fangirl Fangirl says:

    I love the original novel by Tanith Lee so I had to pick up this graphic novel version It is nice to look at but it could never replace the book


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *