Blanco Humano: Zona de choque

Blanco Humano Zona de choque Incluye los n meros al de la serie regular USA de Human Target Peter Milligan reformul el concepto de BLANCO HUMANO en una miniserie y en el volumen titulado MONTAJE FINAL Ahora presenta las nueva

  • Title: Blanco Humano: Zona de choque
  • Author: Peter Milligan Javier Pulido
  • ISBN: 8496415236
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback
  • Incluye los n meros 1 al 5 de la serie regular USA de Human Target.Peter Milligan reformul el concepto de BLANCO HUMANO en una miniserie y en el volumen titulado MONTAJE FINAL Ahora presenta las nuevas aventuras de Christopher Chance, en una serie que le lleva a plantearse el futuro de las grandes estrellas del b isbol o a investigar las consecuencias de los ataques sobrIncluye los n meros 1 al 5 de la serie regular USA de Human Target.Peter Milligan reformul el concepto de BLANCO HUMANO en una miniserie y en el volumen titulado MONTAJE FINAL Ahora presenta las nuevas aventuras de Christopher Chance, en una serie que le lleva a plantearse el futuro de las grandes estrellas del b isbol o a investigar las consecuencias de los ataques sobre las Torres Gemelas de Nueva York.

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    1. Milligan keeps an even keel in this series, but there's just not enough variety the stries. Same problems, same themes, same insights about identity. I don't feel like we've gotten anything that wasn't covered in the first, much more interesting arc. As in Shade's 'American Scream' storyline, we get another glimpse here of Milligan trying to come to terms with things that are quintessentially American; namely, baseball.His take is amusing, and Chance's distance from the national pastime feels a [...]

    2. I read this thinking I had already read it, but I'd really only read the first issue. I read it now because I kind of enjoy the TV series, and the series is so different from the book it should almost have a different title. But that's a whole other story.In brief, this is more than pretty solid. In fact, the way Milligan plays with point of view and notions of identity is often impressive. You'd think a comic, in which things are firmly drawn on the page, would not lend itself (in a very genera [...]

    3. This five-issue collection includes three short stories – all of which presumably take place chronologically after Human Target: The Final Cut. (Or at least the first of these three stories, for that matter.) Luckily for me, the artist for this entire collection is none other than Javier Pulido – whose art I fell in love with back with Robin: Year One. His style is refreshingly clean with a retro-feel that reminds me of Darwyn Cooke and Rick Burnett – two of my other all-time favorites; al [...]

    4. I wasn't too impressed the first time I read this, but that may be because I hadn't read the previous graphic album, and the first issue of this volume is almost incomprehsible without it. This time around I found the first issue a very nice coda, and the next two, two-issue storylines are each very strong on their own as well.

    5. Totes awesome, just like everything Peter Milligan does. Not the very best Human Target stories, but still fershure The Chronic. This irish dude, P.M is obsessed with American culture in a really gnarly way. I guess I learned that, well, when things get tough, try to laugh a little?

    6. Muy pero muy bueno. Casi tanto como la primera serie. Supongo que después de terminarme la serie se ganará una relectura en algún momento.

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