Read Mooncop Online Free - "Living on the moon . . . Whatever were we thinking? . . . It seems so silly now."
The lunar colony is slowly winding down, like a small town circumvented by a new super highway. As our hero, the Mooncop, makes his daily rounds, his beat grows ever smaller, the population dwindles. A young girl runs away, a dog breaks off his leash, an automaton wanders off from the Museum of the Moon.
|Number of Pages||:||94 pages|
April 28, 2017
Every single time I read a graphic novel I'm reminded of HOW MUCH I LOVE GRAPHIC NOVELS. This one was no exception, Mooncop was absolutely wonderful 😍
It's a tiny story about a cop who works on the moon when everyone is leaving and he has nothing to do. He's lonely and melancholy but peaceful and...
February 09, 2017
Sparse, subdued, existentialist, melancholy, wryly humorous, and maybe even a tad romantic: I liked it quite a bit. 3.5 stars, I’d say.
February 07, 2017
Simple and melancholy. But there's donuts. Space donuts.
Really enjoyed this.
October 13, 2016
"Living on the moon. Whatever were we thinking? It seems rather silly now."
Here's a taste of it on vimeo:
This is my third book from Gauld, the London Guardian cartoonist. I loved the spare and wonderful Goliath, and the funny collection of cartoons, You're All Just Jeal...
November 12, 2016
A lot of old-school sci-fi as well as the hyperbole that spewed out of the 1950s/60s American space program promised lunar colonies and mostly portrayed it as desirable. Tom Gauld pokes gentle fun at that naivety in Mooncop, imagining what life would be like if we did have a moon colony. The answ...
October 15, 2016
Wonderful little melancholy story with imagery that'll stay with me for a while...BUT too dang short for a book that cost me nearly 20$. Took me less than a half hour to read.
March 11, 2017
Awwwwww! This was such a lovely and tender little read and I'm grateful for the recommendation of it.
Mooncop focuses on a police officer who lives on the moon, who performs the same tasks day in, day out, which isn't a lot really. There are no crimes on the moon but there are lunar donuts which h...
November 04, 2016
What a fun, clever little book. I mean, I read it in like ten minutes. Reminds me of Douglas Adams, but with more minimalism and ennui. The illustrations are simple but great and effective. Check it out!
February 12, 2017
Questions of duty, loneliness and the future are all addressed in this slim yet powerful GN. I would like to offer my first 'book and song' pairing (kind of like wine and cheese): listen to Jonathan King's Everyone's Gone To The Moon while you read this book...
February 02, 2017
There are doughnuts, and a lost dog, and Neil Armstrong...you should just read it. It won't take very long. <3