Babyteeth, Vol. 1

Babyteeth, Vol. 1

Collecting all five issues of the first story arc from the hit AfterShock series, BABYTEETH!Sadie Ritter is sixteen years old, nine months pregnant, and scared out of her sweet nerdy mind. Having a baby that young is tough, but with the support of her loving family behind her, everything should be okay. OH YEAH, and also her baby is the antichrist and it's going to break o...

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Title:Babyteeth, Vol. 1
Author:Donny Cates
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Edition Language:English

Babyteeth, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • destiny ☠ howling libraries

    is the story of a sixteen-year-old girl who's become a new mother. She has a wonderful support system, but being a teen mom is hard enough

    your baby being the antichrist.

    This is a horror graphic novel, but it's also a story of family and motherhood. Despite the oddity of her circumstances, Sadie is such a lovable main character. She cherishes her little one more than anything from the start. Her family is so delightful, from her ex-Marine father to her ass-kicking, drug-selling

    is the story of a sixteen-year-old girl who's become a new mother. She has a wonderful support system, but being a teen mom is hard enough

    your baby being the antichrist.

    This is a horror graphic novel, but it's also a story of family and motherhood. Despite the oddity of her circumstances, Sadie is such a lovable main character. She cherishes her little one more than anything from the start. Her family is so delightful, from her ex-Marine father to her ass-kicking, drug-selling big sister. I honestly loved these characters to death, and can't wait to see where the story takes them.

  • James DeSantis

    It's official. Donny Cates has entered my top 5 writers. Like seriously...I love almost everything I read by him!

    So we got this story that sounds familiar. A 16 year old girl is having a baby. Nothing we haven't seen on MTV right? However, this baby is the son of the devil, or the devil himself, or a demon, or...well we don't know yet. However, it's not normal. Big ass black eyes when born, creates earthquakes, and eats blood. This is not the type of baby you want but Sadie, that's mom, will pr

    It's official. Donny Cates has entered my top 5 writers. Like seriously...I love almost everything I read by him!

    So we got this story that sounds familiar. A 16 year old girl is having a baby. Nothing we haven't seen on MTV right? However, this baby is the son of the devil, or the devil himself, or a demon, or...well we don't know yet. However, it's not normal. Big ass black eyes when born, creates earthquakes, and eats blood. This is not the type of baby you want but Sadie, that's mom, will protect and take care of her son no matter what. Even if he does bite nipples hard enough to make blood.

    Now the ones behind the scenes are seeing these earthquakes and go NO! We must KILL the baby. Scary huh? So they send a assassin and now it's on. The chase to kill the baby while Sadie and her family stops them.

    Good: I love Sadie. I love The Captain (her father). I love her sister. I love the family dialog and dynamic because it feels so real. I enjoyed the storyline of protecting your child even if he might be the devil himself. The idea of a organization coming to kill him is really interesting and the events that occur are screwed up to say the least. The comic has perfect pacing, slowing down when it needs to but giving you fast paced action at the same time. Also the art is a perfect mix of gloomy yet not too dark.

    Bad: Nothing.

    I love love love this story. Like Redneck Donny Cates is able to really give us a good mix of humor and horror in one go. His dialog is top notch and his characters are all varied and interesting. Anything with Cates name on it needs to be checked out it seems. This is a 5 out of 5 for me.

  • Mindy Rose

    a teenage girl gives birth to the antichrist. this is fantastic, i cannot wait for volume 2.

  • Chad

    One night in Salt Lake City, a sixteen year old girl gives birth to the Antichrist. Trying to learn how to raise your baby as a teen is hard enough, but when he can only be sustained off your blood things get much more difficult. Throw in an ancient organization sending assassins to kill your baby and it becomes almost impossible. Lucky for Sadie and her baby she's got a badass big sister and an ex-marine for a father.

    The family dynamic and love between the family members is what makes this book

    One night in Salt Lake City, a sixteen year old girl gives birth to the Antichrist. Trying to learn how to raise your baby as a teen is hard enough, but when he can only be sustained off your blood things get much more difficult. Throw in an ancient organization sending assassins to kill your baby and it becomes almost impossible. Lucky for Sadie and her baby she's got a badass big sister and an ex-marine for a father.

    The family dynamic and love between the family members is what makes this book. You'll be surprised how quickly you're rooting for the Antichrist to survive. I also loved Sophie's narration of the book. She's recording what has happened in case she doesn't make it to tell her son herself. Highly recommended.

    Received a review copy from Aftershock and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  • Starla

    Can't wait to read the next one!!

  • Devann

    Before I started this I was kind of expecting it to be just another Rosemary's Baby esque story; fun but nothing really special. In a lot of ways this story still is pretty standard so far, but the characters more than make up for it. Sadie was such a great narrator and her dad and sister were really cool as well. It's nice that their reactions to things are not necessarily what you would expect them to be. I'm de

    Before I started this I was kind of expecting it to be just another Rosemary's Baby esque story; fun but nothing really special. In a lot of ways this story still is pretty standard so far, but the characters more than make up for it. Sadie was such a great narrator and her dad and sister were really cool as well. It's nice that their reactions to things are not necessarily what you would expect them to be. I'm definitely excited to see what happens next.

  • Jennifer

    A completely normal 16 year old girl gives birth to the anti-christ. This has got to be good, right? It was good, but I wish there had been a little bit more to the first part of the story. With all the action that was going on I felt like it wasn't as much as there should be for the anti-christ being born and about to destroy the world. My favorite character was the sister, she was a drug addict, yes, but she got shit done and was VERY intimidating but so sweet when it came to her nephew. As fo

    A completely normal 16 year old girl gives birth to the anti-christ. This has got to be good, right? It was good, but I wish there had been a little bit more to the first part of the story. With all the action that was going on I felt like it wasn't as much as there should be for the anti-christ being born and about to destroy the world. My favorite character was the sister, she was a drug addict, yes, but she got shit done and was VERY intimidating but so sweet when it came to her nephew. As for continuing the series, I think I would like to pick up the next volume and see where everything goes but if the action still doesn't seem up to par for me then I would continue after that.

  • Aqiul Colombowala

    Read the full review here -

    Babyteeth is the story of Sadie, a 16 year old girl who gets pregnant, hides her pregnancy from everyone but her sister and is scared of the consequences. Sounds simple enough till you factor in that her child is an evil being of untold power known as The Final Son. She promptly proceeds to name him Clark (after Superman). Oh and he also drinks blood.

    Excell

    Read the full review here -

    Babyteeth is the story of Sadie, a 16 year old girl who gets pregnant, hides her pregnancy from everyone but her sister and is scared of the consequences. Sounds simple enough till you factor in that her child is an evil being of untold power known as The Final Son. She promptly proceeds to name him Clark (after Superman). Oh and he also drinks blood.

    Excellent plot eh? Yeah, it can immediately hook you into wanting to know more and it definitely did that to me. The story though, is much simpler. There's a demon child and there are forces in the world that want the child dead at any cost. The story is laid down as a narration of events the Sadie is recording for her child. So the events described here have already happened.

    Sadie seems like your normal 16 year old college student who got pregnant and is planning on keeping the baby. Her elder sister, Heather, is a badass who is protective of her sister. When Sadie starts getting contractions which lead to earthquakes, Heather is the one driving her to the hospital and starts suspecting that something is off. As the child is born, all earthquakes stop. Sadie's father, a military man, is around to help Sadie with the demon child and is generally accepting of the fact that his 16 year old daughter has given birth. Good on you Mr. Ritter.

    The earthquakes are also how the secret organization known as 'The Silhouette' tracks down where the demon child was born. Soon an assassin is tasked to kill the demon child and anyone else involved in the process. Sadie's child also manages to summon a demonic raccoon through a portal somehow while Heather manages to run into a warlock who wants to help. There's a lot of weird stuff going on here!

    Given all its good points, where the story manages to falter is in being utterly simplistic. This is not a bad thing in and of itself and I'm it appeals to a different set of people. For me, I just wanted a bit more from the story. I will definitely still want to read the next volume though!

    The art is quite good and I really liked the dark, evil theme that's going on through the book. The copy I received had well over 45 pages full of illustrations and covers. The art here is amazing! I went through these pages multiple times just taking it all in.

    Overall, I'd say this was a fun graphic novel to read. 3/5

  • melissa

    Pretty cool storyline as I think most children are hellspawn. Most of the interior artwork is serviceable, nothing really stood out. But, there are some great alternative cover renditions in the gallery at the end. No idea why a story about a demon child feels the need to bleep out bad words.

    *Digital review copy provided by NetGalley and the publisher.

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