Demon, Volume 2

Demon Volume 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 h

  • Title: Demon, Volume 2
  • Author: Jason Shiga
  • ISBN: 9781626724532
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 mindThe 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 of Jason Shiga, known for his high concept comics work on the web and in print, comes a magnum opus a four volume mystery adventure about the shocking chaos and astronomical body count one highly rational and utterly sociopathic man can create in the world, given a single simple supernatural power.

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    1. Jason Shiga

      Jason Shiga is an award winning Asian American cartoonist from Oakland, California Mr Shiga s comics are known for their intricate, often interactive plots and occasionally random, unexpected violence A mathematics major from the University of California at Berkeley, Mr Shiga shares his love of logic and problem solving with his readers through puzzles, mysteries and unconventional narrative techniques.Jason Shiga s life has been shrouded in mystery and speculation According to his book jacket, he was a reclusive math genius who had died on the verge of his greatest discovery in June 1967 However, upon winning a 2003 Eisner award for talent deserving of wider recognition, a man claiming to be Jason Shiga appeared in front of an audience alive and well only to tell them that he had been living on an island in the South China Seas for the past 40 years The man who accepted his award was Chris Brandt also known as F.C Brandt , who had disguised himself as Jason Shiga, and accepted the award at the behest of Jason s publisher Dylan Williams of Sparkplug Comic Books and Jason himself.At the age of 12, Shiga was the 7th highest ranked child go player in Oakland citation needed Jason Shiga makes a cameo appearance in the Derek Kirk Kim comic, Ungrateful Appreciation as a Rubik s Cube solving nerd Shiga is credited as the Maze Specialist for Issue 18 Winter 2005 2006 of the literary journal McSweeney s Quarterly, which features a solved maze on the front cover and a slightly different unsolved maze on the back The title page of each story in the journal is headed by a maze segment labeled with numbers leading to the first pages of other stories.Jason Shiga s father, Seiji Shiga, was an animator who worked on the 1964 Rankin Bass production Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.

    292 thoughts on “Demon, Volume 2”

    1. 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 shocking discovery: his little girl is still alive - and in prison?! Jason Shiga’s Demon might be my favourite comic around at the moment. I loved the first volume and I loved the second too, which ups the ante of [...]


    2. Jason Shiga is one demented fella. Jimmy Yee is now public enemy number 1 and the government is coming for him. The problem is every time Jimmy dies he takes over the body of the person nearest to him. Shiga comes up with truly inventive scenarios Yee must work his way through. Somehow, Shiga has managed to take a total sociopath and have you rooting for him. The art is barely above stick figures, but its simplistic nature works well with the chaotic, coo-coo bananas story. Looking forward to re [...]


    3. 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 the first volume was great--inventive and clever and funny. Crazy! And volume 2 is even crazier. And even better. Shiga draws in sort of a manga fashion, very simple, on the surface, but the telling is [...]


    4. 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 when you think he's completely beaten, he manages to find a way out. I'm constantly in awe of how thoroughly Shiga seems to have thought through Jimmy's abilities and how best to use them. This book en [...]


    5. 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.


    6. 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 thing I liked about it was that it had some hilarious dialogue. This was too disappointing. Not today, Satan! Not today!


    7. 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 characters don't always have a lot of differentiation to them, but the style works for this series. There's just enough humour in this to make it work, and there's more world building that helps make sense of [...]


    8. 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 of its premise. I like how both Jimmy and the authorities are both constantly thinking (or trying to) 100 moves ahead of their opponent, correctly predicting ridiculous assumptions on each others' beha [...]


    9. Dark humour at its finest. What a funny, macabre ride this series is. Jimmy continues to experiment killing himself to see what (and if) the limitations are. The government is after him and this whole volume includes that chase up to the end. Jimmy finds out why he is a Demon and finds another family member who is one also. Very interested to see where the plot goes in the next volume as this one takes us 90 years into the future!


    10. Even better than the first one. This series reminds me a bit of "Breaking Bad," in the way it sets up impossible situations for the protagonist, then lets you watch him wiggle out of them in increasingly devious ways. But whereas Walter White's descent into villainy is played as a tragedy with lots of important implications about America and masculinity and morality and yada yada yada, Jimmy Yee's blithe sociopathy is purely fun and joyful to behold.


    11. Wildly imaginative, always surprising, yet takes incredible care in flushing out the story, the world. This book and series is such fun. I am slightly taken aback by how much I am enjoying such a violent, subversive story. Not for the faint of heart, but oh it's so good!



    12. I received an ARC of this graphic novel from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.I gave this a 3.5.This was a great follow up for this series. Action packed and full of fun surprises!


    13. This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 4.25 of 5**WARNING -- POTENTIAL SPOILERS AHEAD!**I shouldn't like this graphic novel. The very idea of it just seems wrong somehow, and even the art is barely a step above stick figures, but I DO like this book. I reviewed Vol.1 not too long back (read that review here). What I wrote about the style of the art and why it works, still holds true here.To catch you up on the basic storyJimmy kills himself. Then wakes up. Then kills [...]


    14. Jimmy Yee is back and so is the OSS.Not much has changed. Jimmy still can't die. He's still possessed by a demon. He's still being hunted by Agent Hunter and he still has a plan of vengeance to wreak. ** Spoilers ahead ** In Demon: Volume 2: Jimmy intends to carry out his original plan of taking down the lowlife drunk driver who killed his wife and daughter, Sweetpea. Multiple head shots later, Jimmy is visiting the prison where the lowlife is serving his sentence in the guise of the man's uncle [...]


    15. openbooksociety/article/deThe Demon: Volume 2Book 2 of The Demon QuartetBy Jason ShigaISBN 978-1-62672-453-2Brought to you by OBS Reviewer ScottSynopsis: 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.F [...]


    16. I'm sort of on the fence with this one. I enjoyed it, don't get me wrong. But the concept of a demon that can jump from body to body by killing himself (in various ways, usually with a gun) shouldn't be as enjoyable as Shiga makes it. But here we are. I think the cartoon-y, less realistic art work helps. (It's the explosions-are-more-fun-if-Bugs-Bunny-does-them theory of violence.)That being said, it's a weird and unique concept that does tell an interesting story. And while the main character i [...]


    17. Far better than volume 1. After the first graphic novel, I considered abandoning the series because it seemed like a one-trick pony. I wondered why there were so many volumes if that was the case, so I pressed on.It's as if the first book was all setup to get the story rolling. It's necessary in order to understand the premise, but not really enjoyable past the first few body switches.Now, in volume 2, Demon is using his curse to fight government agents and to rescue someone he didn't know was e [...]


    18. While Jimmy is certainly not a nice or even remotely sympathetic character this whole concept is just too weird and wild to not follow avidly. In this volume we follow Jimmy as he tests his demon skills and we find out that Jimmy is not the only person with this ability and also not the first. A government agency still also badly wants him on their side - even though the body count of innocents that Jimmy has amassed is staggering and only likely to grow.The simplicity in this mad world, in both [...]


    19. In a classic story arc, the first volume was all about discovery, and the second volume started to explain some stuff (however crazy and improbable) while moving the plot forward. All that Jimmy really wants is to reunite with his daughter and outlive the OSS so they can just be left alone to do whatever they want. (Apparently, Jimmy always wanted to a an astronaut. Too bad the skills of the person he possesses does not rub off on the demon!) He seems to have succeeded by the end of Volume 2 (wi [...]


    20. This story is so weird. I think I like it, but it's also super gross and gratuitous - and drawn as cartoony as possible. The two opposing things don't super work out for me for some reason. The cartooniness of the art lightens some of the gore at least - making it kinda silly. The volumes are super fast reads and interesting, too. The story is very unique and creative. I'm interested to see where it ends up. It kind of reminds me of Preacher and Death Note - not sure why. Maybe the content or si [...]


    21. The first volume of this series was such a weird story that just kept the reader saying "what is even going on here??" the whole time. Volume 2 picks up right after Volume 1, but now readers have a better idea of what Jimmy Yee can do. The first half of this book is a crazy story of Jimmy trying to understand his powers more then things get insane halfway through and don't let up until the final page.


    22. 3.5 StarsThis picks up right where volume one left off. Jimmy is a demon. He moves from body to body when he dies. To say this is a bloody series is pretty accurate. Jimmy has found out that his daughter has inherited his demon gene and is sitting in prison. He has plans to get her out. However, the OSS wants him. They are a secret government operation of assassins taking out the most powerful and lethal enemies. But Jimmy wants nothing to do with them, and there will be a lot of bloodshed on hi [...]


    23. An excellent follow-up to the first volume - smart, action packed and filled with great plot twists. Some people will be turned off by the high death count and the immoral actions of Jimmy, but anyone that made it through the first volume will be pleased with where Jason Shiga takes the story.Reviewed from an advance reader from NetGalley.


    24. More backstory and explanations! The "creative ways to die" from Volume 1 has been mostly replaced with guns, guns everywhere. There's also a good deal of calculating, sinister plots, daring escapes, and the like. Reminds me a little of "Death Note," but with a LOT more death.


    25. Shiga not only keeps up the action but makes it drastically better. I loved the plot twists and new information we got in this book, and I immediately picked up Vol. 3 after this. New favorite series? Possibly.


    26. I was not at all prepared for that reveal int he prison. To me, it completely came out of left field. The author did a great job keeping that under wraps. That being said, the story wasn't as interesting as the first volume. I blame it on all the exposition of how Jimmy became a demon.


    27. If "Demon" is a basketball play, this is the earth-shattering dunk to part 1's alley-oop setup. An intriguing story, a deplorable AND lovable cast of characters, and plenty of twists and turns. Really enjoyed this read.



    28. Ha!Ha! First book was insane, so what do I call this? More insane?Can't wait to see what happens next.


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