Demon, Volume 2 by Jason Shiga

Demon, Volume 2

The OSS is after Jimmy, and they're planning on using his daughter to catch him. But Jimmy will tear the world apart to keep his daughter safe. Literally. This morally bankrupt immortal freak of nature has absolutely no concern for the wellbeing of any human being besides himself and his Sweetpea. It'd be adorable if it weren't so scary.From the brilliant and profane mind...

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Demon, Volume 2 Reviews

  • Maggie Gordon
    I didn't expect to like the Demon series. It's high on violence and low on plot, but oddly readable. This second volume took the story in a direction I didn't expect, so props to Shiga for the surprise. I will be curious to see where things go from here. The art work is quite jagged and the characte...
  • Sam Quixote
    Jimmy can demonically possess anyone he’s near when the current body he’s in dies - he’s essentially immortal! Despite being the most wanted man in America, he decides to use his new powers to get revenge on the drunk driver who killed his wife and daughter. And then he makes a shocki...
  • Jamie
    I thoroughly enjoyed the puzzly and over-the-top nature of the first book which was a bit of a locked-room mystery story. Meanwhile, this one's almost pure action movie with a demon-twist. It really ups the ante in the crazy action department while really exploring all the outlandish possibilities o...
  • Stewart Tame
    While volume one may have seemed over the top, this volume redefines where the top is!One may deplore Jimmy's morals, but it must be admitted that he's quite resourceful. There was one moment, when Jimmy visits someone in prison, that made me grin because it was such a cool story development. Even w...
  • David Schaafsma
    Demon is about Jimmy Yee, who tries to kill himself--many times--only to discover he is actually a demon. Now on the basis of that first sentence you maybe will already have made a decision about whether you would ever read this series. While gory and offensive on some levels, I personally thought t...
  • Stacy Fetters
    And this is where the series ends for me. I was so shocked at how amazing the first one turned out. It was something I’ve never witnessed before and all I know was that I needed the second volume. After reading it, I wish that I didn’t. It was slow moving and just plain dreadful. The only ...
  • Max
    Read the first volume today as well, and this is every bit as gross, sharp, and funny. I’m not sure five stars is quite right... but it’s not wrong either, and Shiga’s dedication to punchline setup and to the elegant twist is beyond admirable....

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