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Re:Trees - di Warren Ellis
« Risposta #210 il: 03 Giugno 2019, 19:51:43 »
  • Ridicola la cosa
    vendo tanti fumetti PANINI, BAO, SALDAPRESS, MAGIC PRESS, BONELLI, MONDADORI, ETC


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    Re:Trees - di Warren Ellis
    « Risposta #211 il: 03 Giugno 2019, 22:04:08 »
  • Ma no, che palle se si mette a rebootarlo  :tsk:

    Da quel che dice Ellis non è un reboot, la image in teoria ha pensato sta genialata per attirare lettori nuovi. Ciò non toglie che questo team creativo per quanto mi riguarda non ha davvero alcuna credibilità, non è in questo modo che si dovrebbe portare avanti una serie.

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    Re:Trees - di Warren Ellis
    « Risposta #212 il: 03 Giugno 2019, 23:02:48 »
  • Ovviamente continuerò a seguire la serie. Mi piace il fumetto e Ellis per me è un grandissimo autore, perciò non ho alcun problema.
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    Re:Trees - di Warren Ellis
    « Risposta #213 il: 03 Giugno 2019, 23:31:44 »
  • Sì, ho commentato e solo POI ho letto  :lolle:
    è praticamente quello che lui aveva già annunciato come terzo volume, solamente pubblicizzato tipo come spin-off  :blink:
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    Re:Trees - di Warren Ellis
    « Risposta #214 il: 21 Giugno 2019, 02:52:25 »
  • Trees: Three Fates #1 (of 5)
    WRITER: Warren Ellis
    ARTIST / COVER A: Jason Howard
    SEPTEMBER 11 / 24 pages / FC/ M / $3.99
    “A uniquely exciting read.” —IGN The acclaimed series from WARREN ELLIS and JASON HOWARD—which is currently being adapted for television—returns with a brand-new story of murder and ghosts! In the remote Russian village of Toska, there’s a dead body by the leg of the Tree that landed eleven years ago. Police sergeant Klara Voranova, still haunted by that day, has no idea how this murder will change everything—nor what awaits her in the Tree’s shadow.
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    Re:Trees - di Warren Ellis
    « Risposta #215 il: 11 Settembre 2019, 01:22:12 »
  • Trees: Three Fates #1
    Written by Warren Ellis
    Art by Jason Howard and Dee Cunniffe
    Lettering by Fonografiks
    Published by Image Comics
    Review by Justin Partridge
    ‘Rama Rating: 8 out of 10

    11 years ago, massive alien monoliths fell from the sky and landed at random points around the planet. Last night, a brutal murder happened in the shadow of one of those monoliths, or “Trees,” as the occupied Earth has come to call them.

    While that logline might sound fairly simple, Trees: Three Fates #1 mines a great deal of mood and lived in worldbuilding out of it. Returning to his creator-owned universe, Warren Ellis takes a much more pared-down approach with this third volume. Replacing the geopolitical tension and globe-hopping of In Shadow and Two Forests, Three Fates is very much a simple, no-frills murder mystery. Just one that happens to take place in an insane future, in a town where resources are doled out sparingly in closest proximity to a Tree than any town in the world.

    Original series artist Jason Howard also returns with the Three Fates. Joined now by colorist Dee Cunniffe, who adapts very well to the title’s mossy, moody tone, Howard also shines with the downshift in scale. Walking us deep into the inner workings of Toska, Russia, Howard neatly lays out the geography and rough and tumble cast, aided in kind by Cunniffe’s rustic tones. While it may not have the same scale or political punch as the previous volumes, Trees: Three Fates #1 is a solid return for the Image hit.

    While longtime readers will recognize the significance of the small Russian village, Toska is a welcome “clean slate” for new readers. Opening with a grim cold open flashback to the day the Trees came, Warren Ellis introduces both his bucolic setting and sharp, world-weary protagonist in one fell swoop. Klara, Toska’s only police, saw the Tree anchor itself to the world 11 years ago, just a few feet from her front door and it’s kept her anchored there herself ever since.

    From there Ellis gets to the real meat of the story. Cutting succinctly to “Today” with an eerily, gorgeous vista of the whole town from a bird’s-eye view with the Tree looming over all, Ellis’ introduces this volume’s “problem” — the mutilated body of a stranger at the base of the Tree. Both engagingly simple and focused, the script, like Klara, sets to gathering evidence and interviewing witnesses. Ellis has proven a steady hand at this kind of procedural storytelling, but Three Fates takes a more grounded, low-key approach to it. Even within the science-fiction world he built up in the previous volumes.

    Meaning that Toska is a place the future hasn’t fully reached yet. Though Klara’s team includes a quadruped robot (the same model we’ve seen in previous volumes), electricity is scarce because a goat slept on one of the solar panels and Klara’s investigation is stalled before she can begin due to their town doctor missing a train. These are little details, but they really add up for the small town tension and dread Ellis is aiming for with this new opening. By marrying his large scale worldbuilding to the conventions of a “countryside mystery,” Ellis finds a really nice balance between the two.

    And artists Jason Howard and Dee Cunniffe hammer home that balance thanks to their own down-to-earth take on the setting of this new volume. Presenting a worn-in, rural set of exteriors and interiors, Howard’s sketchy, thickly inked pages sell the isolation of Toska and its citizens. Cunniffe doubles down on that mood, coloring the whole affair with flattened grey-tones and deep, hazy greens. And like Ellis, the pair mix the tech well with the lush nature of the town. They do so by adding a real punch to the robot’s (nicknamed Boris) introduction into the story. Suddenly the action is a little more driven, the line art of the robot’s movement is sharper and staged with high angled panels to suggest more speed. Think a particularly lush BBC drama that just happens to co-star a robot and silent alien monolith and you’ll get a sense of Howard and Cunniffe’s work on Trees: Three Fates.

    Mixing a Henning Mankell-esque murder-mystery with eco-based urban science fiction might not sound like the best pairing, but Trees: Three Fates #1 definitely makes a great case for more. Armed with the droll, yet engaging pen of Ellis and the tonally sound artwork of Howard and Cunniffe, Three Fates #1 stands as an accessible and rich return for the series. One that can hopefully draw more readers into the weird, wild world of Trees and Ellis’ riffs on formalist genres.
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    Re:Trees - di Warren Ellis
    « Risposta #216 il: 25 Ottobre 2019, 11:59:54 »


  • Trees: Three Fates #5 (of 5)
    WRITER: Warren Ellis
    ARTIST / COVER A: Jason Howard
    JANUARY 08 / 24 pages / FC/ M / $3.99
    The final issue of TREES, VOL. 3. A small, miserable lie is about to get Klara killed. A huge, terrible lie is about to get everyone else killed. Sometimes we must forgive the dead. Sometimes the dead have to forgive us.
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    Re:Trees - di Warren Ellis
    « Risposta #217 il: 15 Novembre 2019, 03:57:35 »
  • Trees: Three Fates #3 (Published by Image Comics; Review by Justin Partridge; ‘Rama Rating: 8 out of 10):

    Toska’s intimate criminal network comes apart at the seams in Trees: Three Fates #3. While series lead Klara is sidelined with increasing visions brought on by her proximity to the Tree, writer Warren Ellis takes the time to fill in the gaps in regards to henchmen Oleg and how he’s been burned by crime boss Nina. And it all has to do with the body by the base of the Tree. Though this issue would hit a bit harder in a binge-reading situation, the texture of the village and the dingy details of Ellis and artist Jason Howard’s world still really pop. A violent but evocative new chapter, Trees: Three Fates #3 delivers some dark-edged Warren Ellis fun.
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