A collection of the first four issues of the popular Lenore comic book series. Lenore: Noogies is a romp into the dark, surreal world of a little dead girl. Featuring. The cute little dead girl Lenore #1 (Vol. 1), Lenore #2 (Vol. 1), Lenore #3 (Vol. 1), Lenore #4 (Vol. 1), Lenore #5 (Vol. 1), Lenore #6 (Vol. 1), Lenore. Lenore, “The Cute Little Dead Girl” is a macabre character created by Roman Dirge, inspired by the poem “Lenore” by the great Edgar Allan Poe. At first, the.

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This is great stuff. What I learned from this book: Gosh returns from the grave to express his love to Lenore despite the fact that she has previously murdered him many times. I love the relationship Dirge creates between the two. Pooty Applewater made his first appearance in issue 9 as a bounty hunter sent to bring Lenore back to the underworld. I have the hardcover, colour edition of this set of comics and I would recommend getting this instead of the paperback versions as they look so much prettier.

I’ve got a problem with killing animals – even in graphic novels. Roman Dirge born on April 29, is an artist and magician, and the dirfe of the Lenore comic-book series; he currently lives in Los Angeles, California.

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Common themes are the reinvention of children’s songsgames, and nursery rhymes to something more macabreand subverting all sorts of pop culture icons and cultural figures in to topics of dark comedy. What a strange, but utterly atmospheric graphic novel! How can I not give it five stars? Archived from the original on February 3, Shelve Lenore 11 Rpman. Aug 26, Nora Cayetano rated it it was amazing Shelves: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.


I laugh myself silly when I read them. They don’t call me Morbid Romantic for nothing, right? Lenore becomes sick and experiences severe flatulence. If you want to read them may I suggest watching the animate I’ve been a fan of Lenore for almost 10 years, which is why I was insanely happy when I got these as a gift for my birthday this year.

Definitely funny and packed with great characters, but I feel like I would have appreciated Lenore a lot more if I had read this dire in high school.

Of course it’s a comic book and the author isn’t a writer, but lack of meaning is too obvious in this book. Part humor, part pathos, Lenore is a combination of cuteness and creepiness that we’re sure you’ll find appealing. This could be his ‘true form’ or it could be due to the ‘lawnmower incident’. To view it, click here.

Books by Roman Dirge. Dirge hopes to continue as the voice of Ragamuffin in the Lenore movie. After telling the manager that they are all “broken”, she walks out while the manager looks at the hamsters himself and vomits. A long time ago, little Lenore died of pneumonia.

Lenore: Cooties

May 09, Erin Britton rated it really liked it. The narrator tells the story of the ugly duckling. This was my first experience with Lenore, so big fans of the series please forgive me for my fandom ignorance. She gives Pooty a spell book to help them close the door to Heck. This page was last edited on 28 Augustat The Animated Series having recently received a stunning new It soon turns into a nightmare.


Coming dirgee of Lenore’s toilet, the bacterium attacks Lenore while she is sleeping. When the first full-length adventure of Lenore was published by Slave Labor Graphics in creator Roman Dirge became the figurehead for comic-books combining the morbid and the macabre with the absurdly cute, kick-starting a mania for the Cute Little Dead Girl that shows no sign of abating 14 years later.

Two scientists design a new toilet cleaner which supposedly “kills all bacteria”. Shelve The Art of Lenore. I lenote love goth art, and creepy dead girls killing this.

Ragamuffin suggests that she hang a “dream catcher” from her bed to ward off the nightmares, but this fails and Lenore starts to threaten Ragamuffin. This is probably my favourite of the three books. Some of his other injuries include: Lenore is meant for someone around their twenties, when you can appreciate the humour surrounding gore and deadness.