Lackadaisy: Volume #1

Lackadaisy: Volume #1

Tracy J. Butler / Jun 25, 2019

Lackadaisy Volume St Louis Times change Laws change People still want booze For the better part of a decade hidden beneath the inconspicuous Little Daisy Cafe the city s best kept secret has slaked the thirst

  • Title: Lackadaisy: Volume #1
  • Author: Tracy J. Butler
  • ISBN: 9780981959900
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Paperback
  • St Louis 0 1927.Times change Laws change People still want booze.For the better part of a decade, hidden beneath the inconspicuous Little Daisy Cafe, the city s best kept secret has slaked the thirst of a prohibition wearied populace.Lackadaisy.Unfortunately, the once raucous and roaring speakeasy now rests at a crossroads, its golden age seemingly at an end LackadaisySt Louis 0 1927.Times change Laws change People still want booze.For the better part of a decade, hidden beneath the inconspicuous Little Daisy Cafe, the city s best kept secret has slaked the thirst of a prohibition wearied populace.Lackadaisy.Unfortunately, the once raucous and roaring speakeasy now rests at a crossroads, its golden age seemingly at an end Lackadaisy s remaining loyalists are left with few options.But with all the cunning, tenacity, and sly ingenuity they can muster, they might just have a chance.And if that doesn t work, fire does.

    Lackadaisy And A Sparklesome New Year st January, Some unabashedly glittery artwork Merry Taxidermy nd December, Have a lovely holiday season, everyone. Lackadaisy Volume by Tracy J Butler This volume collects the first strips of the Lackadaisy webcomic, as well as some bonus material As I have read the comic online, I will be speaking to the quality of the main contents only. Lackadaisy Volume Hardcover DE Shop The second volume nearly twice the length as the first and than inches cm larger has expanded dimensions in order to best showcase the complex, detailed artwork Set in the turbulent late s, Lackadaisy once was the go to raucous and roaring speakeasy that slaked the thirst of a prohibition weary populace. Lackadaisy Volume Lackadaisy by Tracy J Butler Lackadaisy has ratings and reviews Amanda said As always, the drawing and dialogue are fantastic But I thought this second volume stepped up wher Lackadaisy Volume readingforsanity Lackadaisy is such a clever and witty comic, filled with cunning dialogue, quick thinking, and funny situations Each character is rounded in their own way, and together make for Lackadaisy Volume Lackadaisy Introduction Lackadaisy Introduction Lackadaisy Introduction Lackadaisy Rumrunner Lackadaisy Hydrophoby Lackadaisy Crack track Lackadaisy Sunshine Lackadaisy Face plant Lackadaisy Formaldehyde Lackadaisy Quantentheorie Lackadaisy Spaghetti Lackadaisy Arithmophobia Lackadaisy Overtime Lackadaisy Dithyramb Lackadaisy Best Download Tracy J Butler Lackadaisy Volume One thought on Lackadaisy Volume Courtney on Feb , said Set in the prohibition era, a woman named Mitzi May struggles alongside a cast of colour characters to continue running the Lackadaisy speakeasy after the untimely demise of her husband, Atlas. PDF Unlimited Lackadaisy Volume by Tracy J One thought on Lackadaisy Volume Courtney on Mar , said Set in the prohibition era, a woman named Mitzi May struggles alongside a cast of colour characters to continue running the Lackadaisy speakeasy after the untimely demise of her husband, Atlas. Lackadaisy Flimflam Lackadaisy Cats cosplayers built a fucking warship and sailed it down a river in Gondelvaart Belt Schutsloot Cosplay is over, webcomics have won Hehe well, that Lackadaisy Collected editions In , the first hardcopy volume for the Lackadaisy comic was released in Italy by ReNoir Comics, ISBN An English version was released in , ISBN , published by th Dimension Entertainment.

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    1. Set in the prohibition era, a woman named Mitzi May struggles alongside a cast of colour characters to continue running the Lackadaisy speakeasy after the untimely demise of her husband, Atlas. Oh, and instead of humans evolving to be the 'top dogs' in this universe, the cast is made up entirely of Felis Silvestris catus - cats.*~*~*~*~*~I've been reading this comic for a few years now, and have to say it's seriously under-appreciated. Sure, it doesn't have the flashy superheroes, or nearly as m [...]


    2. Okay, I've been trying to write a review of this comic for weeks now, and I keep overthinking, rewriting and deleting things, so maybe it's better to just say the first thing that comes into my head.A fascinating, multilayered story, rich historical detail, well-written dialogue, unforgettable, complex characters, and some of the most gorgeous and intricate artwork I've ever seen in a comic--there's not one thing I don't love about Lackadaisy. Of all the webcomics I've read, it's one of only thr [...]


    3. Lush, gorgeous and expressive art! The only drawback is that such art takes Butler a very long time to complete, so updates are slow as molasses. But despite this, her story and characters vibrate with a life all their own. Yes, the characters are anthropomorphic cats, but don't let that fool you into thinking this is some kind of kiddie fare. Set in the Prohibition Era, Lackadaisy is equal parts fun and grim. Butler pulls no punches with capturing the violence of the Era. She also does her rese [...]


    4. It just so happens that two things I love most in this world are 1)history & 2)cats. If forced to choose, I would have to say that one of my favorite periods in American history is the Jazz/Prohibition Era of the 1920's, & I just love that it's been rediscovered in so many vivid ways by recent fiction writers. But seeing the speakeasies, jazz music, the flapper gowns & Art Noveau decor, the crime, & the "anything-goes" atmosphere of St. Louis during the Jazz Age in a world inhabi [...]


    5. This series is so beautifully drawn. I love the 20's/prohibition era and cats, so this is right up my alley. The characters are drawn out wonderfully and the story is awesome. Do yourself a favor and read this.


    6. 4* Nádhera. Určite tá najviac rozkošná vec akú som mala možnosť čítať.Éra prohibície, zločin, 20. roky 20. storočia, Amerika.S príjemnou dávkou akcie a pocitu, že vážne cestujem v čase, s dialógmi, ktoré sú absolútne super a ja takmer počujem hlas a prízvuk každej postavy (a to sa mi nestáva zas tak často, že by mala každá postava svoj charakteristický tón hlasu).Nakreslené je to parádne - oblečenie, reálie, autáaaah. Vážne. Autorka si musela dať dosť [...]


    7. My friend sent a link of this webcomic. When I saw how cute this comic was and cats are main characters I started reading it immediately! I fell in love with this style of art and story. It took me deep into 1920s. USA I forgot everything around and was reading one page after another. It was like awesome action movie. I really would like to see cartoon one day. This comic is worth television and big merchandise all over the world. I fell into my 4th fandom. I can call myself now big fan of these [...]


    8. i've actually read BOTH Lackadaisy Volume #1 AND Volume #2. I read this on the web site. I couldn't stop reading. It was the best comic/ graphic novel i have ever read. the characters are hilarious and, since they're cats, adorable. After her husband dies, Mitzi May runs the Lackadaisy speakeasy in the 1920s during prohibition. Rocky, who works for Mitzi, got into some trouble with some pig farmers. He gets his cousin Freckles (Calvin) to help him deal with the farmers. Everything is a bit all o [...]


    9. This is by far my favorite comic. The artwork is breathtaking, the dialogue is incredibly witty, and the story is engaging. Volume #1 is just scratching the surface, as the artwork improves as the story progresses. All of the characters are very fleshed out and fulfill their purposes wonderfully, whether they be loveable rogues or cold-hearted villains. Some very intense action scenes and gun fights take place in this comic, while still retaining their humor (think "Butch Cassidy and the Sundanc [...]


    10. Beh I disegni sono fantastici! C'è stata un po' di sorpresa all'inizio perché pensavo che la storia avrebbe avuto gli stessi colori della copertina. Invece si tratta di una specie di bianco e nero che mi è piaciuto tantissimo. Forse addirittura meglio dei colori, così l'occhio non si stanca troppo.La storia mi ha un po' confuso. C'è il tipo che deve andare a recuperare un po' di alcolici ma si scontra con degli altri tipi, che poi si arrabbiano con lui perché ha dato fuoco alla stalla e ai [...]


    11. The art was expressive and adorable, the story flowed well and hinted at deeper backstories behind all the characters, it left me wanting for more! The first volume seemed almost like an introductory prologue. I enjoyed the bonus material and endnotes as well. I read Lackadaisy in webcomic format years ago, but this was a very pleasant refresher (all I remembered was Viktor's Valentino glimmer eheh). Honestly this is probably the best art out of all the comics both Western and Japanese that I've [...]


    12. I didn't really think I'd dislike a comic about St. Louis during prohibition, about speakeasies and gangsters and flappers. Add in cats and I honestly figured I'd really like what I was getting into. I didn't realize I would love it so much. LOVE. It's hilarious, a little sad, oddly poignant, and has a cast of characters (all with fur and claws and cute little ears) who will grab your heart for their own separate reasons.





    13. I re-read this again for the second time this year and it is just so good it's hard to contain myself, so I'm finally going to give a proper review to this bad-boy. So here we go.St. Louis, 1920: Located at the junction of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, the city is one of the nation's largest. It's both a busy river port and a major train hubNot to mention a place thriving with bootleggers carrying port-loads of illegal gin into the speakeasies. This webcomic/graphic novel (if you can find [...]


    14. This volume collects the first 63 strips of the Lackadaisy webcomic, as well as some bonus material. As I have read the comic online, I will be speaking to the quality of the main contents only.Set in St. Louis during the prohibition era and featuring a cast of amazingly realized anthropomorphic cats, Lackadaisy follows an eccentric cast of characters trying to help the widow of the owner of a once popular speakeasy protect it from various rivals trying to put it down for good.Lackadaisy is a hi [...]


    15. Lackadaisy is set in Prohibition Era Saint Louis and follows the exploits of the employees of the Lackadaisy Speakeasy. They all happen to be cats, but that's really neither here nor there. Rocky Rickaby is a young upstart gin runner trying his best to impress his boss, Mitzi May (who is having a difficult time keeping Lackadaisy in business ever since her husband was murdered). Rocky ends up enlisting his timid, unsuspecting cousin Freckle and together they cause a world of mayhem for everyone [...]


    16. I bought this book after finding the author online through art tutorials. He does marvelous work. His pictures have a certain sparkle to them that really catch my eye. His characters are expressive and the 1920s feel give everything an almost fantasy-like quality (in-case the cat people didn't already achieve that). Just flipping through the pictures is satisfying enough and I kept the book on my shelf for a long time, just picking it up occasionally to admire the art. But today, I finally got t [...]


    17. Lackadaisy is a story set in the roaring 20's. The Lackadaisy speakeasy has come upon hard times and finds itself in a war for cheep booze with a rival speakeasy. Young Rocky, the violinist in the band finds himself the new gin-runner for the joint, a dangerous job. He recruits his cousin Freckle, who recently failed the police entrance exam, to help him. The cousins quickly find themselves deep in trouble, and even deeper in a cast of colorful characters that they meet along the way. Oh and one [...]


    18. Grah, this was amazingly awesome! Just just just. . .words fail me right now. It's cats in the Jazz era - CATSE. JAZZA! If you would have shown me a comic about jazz and the prohibition, I would have nodded my head and waited till now slipped into whatever. The same goes for cat comics. A lot of the time comics lose their luster for me and I'll move on to something else. Not here, it grabbed me by the lapels and hit on all sixes! I seriously cast a kitten when I finished this. Makes me wanna get [...]


    19. This graphic novel revolves around a ragtag group of cats who run a speakeasy in Prohibition-era St. Louis. The odd and colorful characters are trying to help the widow of the owner of the once popular speakeasy protect it from various rivals trying to put it down for good.Lackadaisy is full of rich historical detail, well-written dialogue, unforgettable, complex characters, and some of the most gorgeous and intricate artwork I've ever seen in a comic. (The sepia-toned pages really have a draw f [...]


    20. What can I say about Lackadaisy? It's *sigh* It's the best comic I've ever read in my entire life. I mean. I just can't find anything. Not a SINGLE thing I disliked about it. I mean, my God, I just can't do it. The humor is perfect, the premise is perfect, the writing is perfect, the illustrations are flawless If I was asked to choose a book I'd want to be buried with, it'd be this one. I wait every day in hopes that Tracy will give us Volume 2 and bless us with this blissful wonder once again. [...]


    21. I stumbled across Lackadaisy as I browsed illustrator blogs on tumblr. I saw and enjoyed Butler's work, saw that she had a web comic full of her delightful Jazz Age cats, and dove in. The story is pretty decent, the characters are fantastic, the writing is so-so, the attention to historical detail is incredible (if she ever veers from historical accuracy, she makes a note of it at the bottom of the page), and the illustrations are a treat. That's why I started reading, after all-the illustration [...]


    22. I love this comic! Set during the prohibition era, it follows Mitzi May and her attempts to keep her gin joint the Lackadaisy afloat. There's intrigue in the back-story of how her husband Atlas died, and a terrific cast of characters such as Rocky, Ivy, Viktor and Mordecai. Freckle is so cute. Have I mentioned they're all cats?My one criticism would have to be for the text. I found myself wearing my glasses and using a magnifying glass. This was especially noticeable on the Mordecai and Viktor b [...]


    23. Set in St. Louis, MO during the 1920s, the owner and employees of the friendly speakeasy Lackadaisy struggle to keep their establishment afloat against the Prohibition, deadly rival gangsters, and their own weak business sense. I really like this graphic novel. It is so hard to keep reading things. I remember growing up with Calvin and Hobbs and those are classic. I love the pictures, I love reading and seeing how the author portrays all the characters and such. It is just a different experience [...]


    24. Another webcomic, one of very few that I read - it's also available for sale. Honestly, I'd highly recommend it. Lackadaisy features a wide array of characters that you love to love, love to hate, and hate to love. It's based in the prohibition era, in St. Louis, Missouri. Two feuding bootleg liquor organizations are going at it - Lackadaisy (very slowly slipping due to the loss of it's primary owner, Atlas May, now being run by his widow, Mitzi) and Marigold. The characters are cats - a sort of [...]


    25. If it was anybody else who told me I should read a comic, ABOUT CATS, I would laugh in their face and tell them to shove it. But, a very good friend of mine asked me to read it and I told her I'd give it a try. Surprisingly, I liked it. It was kind of cute, which is odd because it's about prohibition. I liked Rocky and Viktor. It was also funny. I've always had a low opinion of comics, I didn't consider them actual reading material, but this has changed my opinion. However, I don't really care a [...]


    26. Lackadaisy is a fantastically written, beautifully drawn indie comic that manages to blend humor, drama and character development into a single amazing story. Tracy Butler's lovely art really makes the comic. The only thing holding me back from giving five stars is the fact that sometimes her composition is simply too verbose, and while it's not frequent it happens more then a few times- enough that it's hard to read during some key scenes. Please give Lackadaisy a try anyway- her characters are [...]


    27. Like any good comic filled with talking cats in hats and spats, Lackadaisy is a cute, fluffy, light-hearted read heavy laden with tommy guns, exploding stills, and occasional murderous bloodlust. Though it ends all too soon, it's still a very fun romp with gorgeous artwork while it lasts. Give it a go online at least, and if you like it enough to want to support Ms. Butler, the book comes with a pile of goofy artwork, mini-comics, and a glossary of indecipherable Prohibition slang in the back.


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