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Re:Aquaman (USA) di Abnett, Walker, Merino, AA.VV.
« Risposta #240 il: 21 Luglio 2017, 13:44:42 »
  • Come lo leggete il ritorno alla mensilità? Io sono dispiaciuto, considerando anche il prossimo lancio cinematografico. Secondo voi si tornerà al quindicinale?

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    « Risposta #241 il: 21 Luglio 2017, 15:41:36 »
  • Mixed feelings.
    Alla fine questo nuovo storyarc mi sta piacendo moltissimo, ed è proprio da qua che ha smesso di essere un twice-monthly.
    Ha i suoi vantaggi e svantaggi.
    Dovrò aspettare molto tra un numero e l'altro, ma di conseguenza questo status quo durerà molto, stando a Metal probabilmente fino a...Febbraio?
    Potrebbero cambiare di nuovo la periodicità, ma per il film di Aquaman si parla per il Dicembre 2018, quindi è ancora troppo presto per dire qualcosa. :nono:
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    Re:Aquaman (USA) di Abnett, Walker, Merino, AA.VV.
    « Risposta #242 il: 21 Luglio 2017, 16:07:43 »
  • La cosa importante è che la qualità della testata non ne risenta. Mensile o quindicinale cambia solo ogni quanto devi sborsare i soldi.
    Le "poche" vendite possono aver inciso fino ad un certo punto. E' messo come tante altre testate sotto questo profilo e viene da chiedersi perché Aquaman sì e Freccia Verde no.
    Quindi credo che la questione sia poco legata alle vendite quanto a cosa gli autori ora vogliano/debbano raccontare.

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    « Risposta #243 il: 21 Luglio 2017, 16:29:01 »
  • La periodicità incide molto anche sulla storia, non solo sui i nostri soldi!
    Basta vedere quello che è riuscito a raccontare King su Bats in 20 numeri, invece di 12 su Vision, o diamine anche Omega Men.
    Con i twice monthly alla fine puoi usare 6 mesi non per raccontare uno storyarc diviso in 6 parti, ma ben 12!
    Cambia tutto, hai molte più pagine, e tutto il tempo del mondo.
    L'unico problema sono i numeri filler.
    Però non è un grosso problema, è solo un modo per continuare a pubblicare una testata, e prendersi pure una "pausa", alla fine a noi basta solo aspettare un'altra settimana.
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    Re:Aquaman (USA) di Abnett, Walker, Merino, AA.VV.
    « Risposta #244 il: 23 Luglio 2017, 20:10:54 »
  • Per me, che adoravo aquaman dagli anni 70,averlo quindicinale è stata una sorpresa e un regalo incredibile. Purtroppo è durato troppo poco.

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    « Risposta #245 il: 25 Luglio 2017, 14:30:31 »
  • Aquaman #26 (Published by DC Comics; Review by Oscar Maltby; 'Rama Rating: 9 out of 10):

    The tyrannical state of King Rath faces the might of Mera in the second part of Dan Abnett and Stjepan Sejic's blockbuster take on Aquaman, a fast-paced and visually stunning story of an evil kingdom under siege. From the worries of the elite to the oppressed underclass, Dan Abnett's Atlantis is a place filled with fear. Abnett paints a vivid, Game of Thrones-esque story of warring tribes, an ignorant king wielding powers he barely understands, and an anonymous hero fighting from beyond the grave for those without a voice. Newly empowered by last issue's news of Arthur's survival, Mera's seemingly impotent rage against the unbreakable barriers of Atlantis provides a healthy dose of suspense and intrigue (can she break through?!), ably supported by Sejic's emotive faces. Sejic's artwork is a real selling point here, offering up polished pages of fluid action and expression that elevates Aquaman into a AAA title for DC. Gorgeous and compelling, Aquaman #26 is the cream of the crop this week.
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    « Risposta #246 il: 16 Agosto 2017, 11:29:32 »
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    « Risposta #247 il: 17 Agosto 2017, 12:10:07 »
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    Bravo Abnett! :clap:
    Sta giocando il looong game, alla fine sta usando anche la testata di Titans per mettere in moto una bella storia su Atlantis. :asd:
    Anche tutti i pg son scritti molto bene, poi grazie alle matite di Sejic, mi sono già innamorato di Dolphin! :wub:
    Oh e questa Ondine? Eh sembra un altro gran bel pg! :dsi:
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    « Risposta #248 il: 18 Agosto 2017, 04:27:37 »


  • It must have taken restraint for DC to put Stjepan Sejic on Aquaman rather than one of the bigger books like Superman, Batman, or Wonder Woman. Sejic clearly has what it takes to be a superstar artist, but Aquaman is the comic that needed him the most, and his pages have revitalized this series in a major way. Dan Abnett’s scripts have also been genuinely more exciting since Sejic joined this title, and it's become one of our most anticipated books every month. Abnett and Sejic mesh so well together that even the familiar moments of Aquaman using his powers to communicate with fish come off as a very dramatic payoff to a tense situation within this issue. Sejic’s mastery of facial expressions is used to great effect, not only between Aquaman and Dolphin, but also between Vulko and his new “friend.” There's even another great action sequence once Aquaman got the upper hand on his latest foe. This is the way that DC Rebirth should have started for Aquaman, but better late than never. -Blair

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  • AQUAMAN #30
    Written by DAN ABNETT
    Art and cover by STJEPAN SEJIC
    JUSTICE LEAGUE variant cover by LIAM SHARP
    Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details. Includes a code for a free digital download of this issue.
    “UNDERWORLD” finale! After Dolphin confronts Aquaman with the horrifying truth of King Rath’s new regime, all hope for Atlantis is nearly lost until an emotional reunion with Vulko gives Arthur a renewed sense of purpose. Meanwhile, Mera attempts a dangerous new plan to penetrate the Crown of Thorns and reunite with the love of her life…at the cost of her own soul!
    On sale NOVEMBER 15 • 32 pg, FC, $3.99 US • RATED T



    AQUAMAN ANNUAL #1
    Written by PHILLIP KENNEDY JOHNSON
    Art and cover by MAX FIUMARA
    Aquaman’s dream of unity between surface and sea has come true! A utopia of human and Atlantean ingenuity, and a symbol of harmony between the two cultures, the city of Crownspire is Arthur Curry’s greatest achievement. There Aquaman, Mera, and Tom Curry live in content. But who built Crownspire? Where is Murk? And what exactly is Tom Curry?
    Something is very wrong with Aquaman’s world, and if he doesn’t find out soon he may never live to see another day.
    On sale NOVEMBER 29 • 48 pg, FC, $4.99 US • RATED T
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    « Risposta #250 il: 22 Agosto 2017, 06:55:13 »
  • Aquaman #27
    Written by Dan Abnett
    Art by Stjepan Sejic
    Lettering by Steve Wands
    Published by DC Comics
    Review by David Pepose
    ‘Rama Rating: 8 out of 10

    They say heavy is the head that rests the crown, but even in retirement, Arthur Curry still can’t quite catch a break. In Aquaman #27, his former Royal Highness is becoming less incognito by the minute, as he and Dolphin are trapped in the clutches of Krush and his resident magician Kadaver. Writer Dan Abnett keeps all the plates spinning as he alternates between royal intrigue, special guest stars and the exciting superhero action, but it’s artist Stjepan Sejic who again steals the show with his beautiful renderings under and above the sea.

    In many ways, Sejic’s artwork alone is worth the price of admission for Aquaman #27, as he’s able to really synthesize the best of all worlds with his unique style. He’s got a lush, gorgeous sense of color with his painterly compositions even as he has Aquaman siccing a deadly sea creature at his captors, but he’s also got that refinement to his characters that comes out of the Michael Turner school. Yet there’s also a playfulness to his expressions with the characters, like Vulko having a meet-cute with Ondine, a disgraced Widowhood Sister whose repartee is as deadly as her combat skills, or even the silent Dolphin’s reactions when she has to tell Arthur she’s out of juice.

    And in that regard, Abnett is smart to stay out of his artist’s way, instead providing him a feast of visuals for him to portray. For example, the obligatory B-plot featuring Mera’s quest to return to Atlantis might be seen as a necessary evil, but Abnett spices it up with a guest appearance by the Titans, where Mera enlists the help of former sidekick and magician Tempest. Even the deathtraps that Abnett portrays are simple but open to explosive artistic interpretation, as Dolphin is held captive by a dragon-like creature known as the Gulfer, which Arthur is able to turn on his captors quickly.

    With that all in mind, really the only character that feels a little, ahem, adrift is Arthur himself - but that’s only because the world around him is rendered so beautifully, that he doesn’t quite get a lot of opportunities to show genuine emotion. (Indeed, it’s his one-sided banter with Dolphin at the tail end of the book that is when Abnett is able to show off the most sparks of characterization.) Right now, though, that’s not a huge detriment to Aquaman, as Sejic imbues so much life to his characters just from their design - the crablike Krush, for example, is a gorgeous rendition to Arthur’s typically guppy-size rogues gallery, and further exploration of Atlantis proves to be deeply exciting as we gaze at it through Sejic’s eyes.

    It’s rare for a superhero comic to evoke such enthusiasm with its art, in a day and age where double-shipping means uneven artwork in the best of times. But Aquaman continues to be a visual spectacle that should not be missed, giving the King of the Seven Seas a dramatic overhaul that will also dovetail nicely with the brawny and bearded Aquaman set to board cinemas later this year. Aquaman #27 may be meat-and-potatoes superhero comic books when it comes to plot, but the artwork is something that needs to be seen to be believed.
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    « Risposta #251 il: 23 Agosto 2017, 09:39:03 »
  • wow, che recensione...mi chiedo come mai Gart non sia mai coinvolto nelle vicende del re....

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    « Risposta #252 il: 24 Agosto 2017, 12:31:29 »
  • Letto il #27
    Bravo Abnett nella costruzione di trame e personaggi. Questo underworld prosegue molto bene, e soprattutto sto empatizzando con tutti i personaggi

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  • AQUAMAN #31
    Written by DAN ABNETT
    Art by RICCARDO FEDERICI
    Cover by STJEPAN SEJIC
    Variant cover by JOSHUA MIDDLETON
    Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details. Includes a code for a free digital download of this issue.
    “Take Back the Throne” part one! Arthur joins forces with his new ally Dolphin, his loyal frenemy Vulko, and the love of his life Mera, to rally the underworld of Atlantis and end the reign of the nefarious King Rath! But even as Rath doubles his efforts to destroy “the Aquaman,” dangerous new enemies begin to emerge from unexpected places…some vying for the throne themselves!
    On sale DECEMBER 20 • 32 pg, FC, $3.99 US • RATED T
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    « Risposta #254 il: 20 Settembre 2017, 23:28:25 »
  • Letto #28
    Eccomi qua...ora faccio una gran fatica coi mensili... :nono:
    La testata continua a piacermi, vorrei che fosse twice monthly come come molte altre testate, frega poco o niente di Titans (sempre di Abnett), ma probabilmente hanno preso questa decisione per accomodare Sejic, comprensibile...

    Niente, Abnett sempre molto ispirato per quanto riguarda Aquaman, vediamo che piega prenderà!
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