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"Would you like to be a Hero?" It's what many dream of, and what one young girl is offered when she is woken by a mysterious stranger with a television for a head. In the middle of the night, she is whisked away into a world of fantastical metaphor, where emotions take physical form and the inanimate comes alive. Surrounded by a cast of whimsical characters and unnamed "Would you like to be a Hero?" It's what many dream of, and what one young girl is offered when she is woken by a mysterious stranger with a television for a head. In the middle of the night, she is whisked away into a world of fantastical metaphor, where emotions take physical form and the inanimate comes alive. Surrounded by a cast of whimsical characters and unnamed dangers, and guided by the stranger RGB, who has terrifying secrets of his own, she must find it within herself to choose her own path amid the destiny that has been chosen for her. Begin reading at Sarah Jolley's website (www.thepropertyofhate.com)


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"Would you like to be a Hero?" It's what many dream of, and what one young girl is offered when she is woken by a mysterious stranger with a television for a head. In the middle of the night, she is whisked away into a world of fantastical metaphor, where emotions take physical form and the inanimate comes alive. Surrounded by a cast of whimsical characters and unnamed "Would you like to be a Hero?" It's what many dream of, and what one young girl is offered when she is woken by a mysterious stranger with a television for a head. In the middle of the night, she is whisked away into a world of fantastical metaphor, where emotions take physical form and the inanimate comes alive. Surrounded by a cast of whimsical characters and unnamed dangers, and guided by the stranger RGB, who has terrifying secrets of his own, she must find it within herself to choose her own path amid the destiny that has been chosen for her. Begin reading at Sarah Jolley's website (www.thepropertyofhate.com)

30 review for The Property of Hate

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nella

    IT IS SO VERY PRETTY oh my god the art is amazing. Also the characters are great and the story very promising

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chloe N

    The most amazingly unique webcomic I've read to date. Even now, I don't know if I understand it, but it's strange and wonderful and good. Every detail is planned, and mysteries appear and disappear, if you only look closely enough to catch them. The art, the characters, the story, and the world itself are simply delightful (and of course we mustn't leave out the wordplay!).

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mikhail

    Reminds me rather of the Phantom Tollbooth. This is good.

  4. 5 out of 5

    KappaBooks

    This is honestly one of the best graphic novels/comics out there. It's so vibrant and imaginative and wild and it keeps you on the edge of your seat and there's so much CHARM! Everyone should read it and support the artist.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mook

    I just binge read all of The Property of Hate that is available online. It's a quick, fun read, with a very adorable Hero and an interesting 'Monster' guide. Assock is possibly my favourite character at the moment. The artwork is lovely.

  6. 5 out of 5

    ✨JJ✨

    One of my School art friends got me into this web-comic The story is very interesting and the art is very nice. I am happy that Sarah Jolley's art style is not anime, which I hate with all my being. Its something in between comic and impressionist, and it looks very ascetically pleasing. Hero is so cute, this little five year old going on an adventure with a TV dad man. I love Melody to, (view spoiler)[I am very worried about what that jerk Dial did to her and Juleinine. Did they just get wiped One of my School art friends got me into this web-comic The story is very interesting and the art is very nice. I am happy that Sarah Jolley's art style is not anime, which I hate with all my being. Its something in between comic and impressionist, and it looks very ascetically pleasing. Hero is so cute, this little five year old going on an adventure with a TV dad man. I love Melody to, (view spoiler)[I am very worried about what that jerk Dial did to her and Juleinine. Did they just get wiped away? (hide spoiler)] I also love the design of Time and Tinkerer. He is so cute, but he speaks in Morse code. I don't know Morse code. Darn. Click is a creeper. He has three faces! Fears are creepy looking to. Love the leaders of the marketplace. The bird one says the best quote in the whole thing. "What is a child?" Because they don't know about humans. That was a good laugh. This is still a work in progress, so every week I check to see the new page. It's fun. Great comic. Great lore. Great art. 5/5

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mary Catelli

    Tentative rating. Very odd little webcomic, still in progress.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kyle

    What a lovely little web-comic! Now technically this is a live series, so I haven't TRULY finished it, but I've read all that is available at this point. We meet wonderful characters (my favorite is Assok) with delightful art. However there's something sinister going on in this world that RGB and the Hero are just barely keeping ahead of--or not quite able to catch up with. Where the series has stopped at this point has left me with far more questions than answers, but I get the feeling that What a lovely little web-comic! Now technically this is a live series, so I haven't TRULY finished it, but I've read all that is available at this point. We meet wonderful characters (my favorite is Assok) with delightful art. However there's something sinister going on in this world that RGB and the Hero are just barely keeping ahead of--or not quite able to catch up with. Where the series has stopped at this point has left me with far more questions than answers, but I get the feeling that Jolley has something concrete here and just drops us morsels of information at her own pace. This is to quite commendable because the characters and art keep the story moving in it's own regard while the backstory slowly creeps into full picture. In some ways it reminded me of The Tim Tebow CFL Chronicles but maybe that's just because it was an internet read that I devoured in one day when I was supposed to be doing homework....

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tori Hopkins

    Ingredients: one adorable little girl in green boots; one coward with a telly for a head and a mysteriously angsty past; oodles of artistic/storytelling talent; a rainstorm of wonderfully subtle wit; and one sock thing. Mix thoroughly and bake for two years. The result: pure magic. "Do you want to be a Hero?" It is not certain what most people, upon being asked this question by a man with a telly for a head, would have done... but our protagonist's "yes" delivers us with one of the most fantastic Ingredients: one adorable little girl in green boots; one coward with a telly for a head and a mysteriously angsty past; oodles of artistic/storytelling talent; a rainstorm of wonderfully subtle wit; and one sock thing. Mix thoroughly and bake for two years. The result: pure magic. "Do you want to be a Hero?" It is not certain what most people, upon being asked this question by a man with a telly for a head, would have done... but our protagonist's "yes" delivers us with one of the most fantastic adventures ever set to paper. It is so fantastic that you won't even notice that you still, after almost two hundred pages, know basically zero concrete facts about it. (RGB, I'm looking at you.) Among the best bits of storytelling I've ever read in my life. If I could write characters this compelling I would probably be drinking champagne right now.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mary Catelli

    This is a weird one. (Also, still in progress -- see link.) A little girl is asleep in an upper bunk when she's asked whether she wants to be a hero by a figure with a TV for a head. She nods, and goes off with him. Up some smoke to a doorway and a very strange land. Lies, ideas, trees made of stuff, the question of the sun, fears and many other embodied and outlandish dangers. More like The Phantom Tollbooth than Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass, but not really This is a weird one. (Also, still in progress -- see link.) A little girl is asleep in an upper bunk when she's asked whether she wants to be a hero by a figure with a TV for a head. She nods, and goes off with him. Up some smoke to a doorway and a very strange land. Lies, ideas, trees made of stuff, the question of the sun, fears and many other embodied and outlandish dangers. More like The Phantom Tollbooth than Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass, but not really like either of them.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Cherry

    I follow the online comic and I purchased the first physical copt and can't wait for the second volume to release! Beautiful art. Beautiful writing. Beautiful characters. I'm emotionally attached to the characters and can't wait to see where they're going.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rowen

  13. 5 out of 5

    Trisha Irving

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jenna Barnes

  15. 4 out of 5

    Keira

  16. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

  17. 4 out of 5

    Rhelna

  18. 5 out of 5

    Farida

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lilspaceprince

  20. 4 out of 5

    Alyse

  21. 5 out of 5

    petalSpitter

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amelia

  23. 5 out of 5

    Averie H.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Middleton

  25. 4 out of 5

    Julia

  26. 4 out of 5

    Avi

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ariel

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kaitlynn

  29. 5 out of 5

    Wordsy

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ali

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