Jayms Blonde And His Hair-Raising Adventure Project Popcorn - In Graphic Detail (The Hair-Raising Adventures Of Jayms Blonde) (Volume 1) Paperback – February 14, 2013
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Of course no producer will invest the money required to film such an outrageously camp movie, a mix of the most common Bond stereotypes and of the most outrageous (and stereotyped) gay humour.
What disturbs me most in this work is exactly what disturbs me in the original movies: the light, careless humour coupled with the horrible, sick deaths of innocent people.
Drawings are nice but tend to portray the characters inconsistently.
Only download it as a freebie if at all.
Outrageously naughty at all times, Jayms goes forth to save the world with the latest, must have handbag accessories. Armed with his trusty bullet proof hair mousse, exploding false fingernails and the hairdryer that everyone should always carry, Jayms is able to blow dry hair as fabulously as he can blow away the baddies.
With tight buns abounding in every direction and character names that had me choking with laughter, this page turner of an adventure book had my jaw dropping and my eyes opening ever wider as the plot progressed.
Written in a fabulous comic book style, I could hear the scenes actually take place around me as I read.
Not for the fainthearted but wonderfully funny, with a great plot and superbly camp characters, I can barely wait for Jayms, Precious, Woody and the gang to set out on their next epic adventure