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Re:Doom Patrol (USA) di Gerard Way
« Risposta #90 il: 08 Giugno 2017, 20:00:58 »
  • Non capisco se questa discussione é una trollata o é seria.

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    Re:Doom Patrol (USA) di Gerard Way
    « Risposta #91 il: 10 Giugno 2017, 10:28:12 »
  • letto il primo arc, inizio non male
    non siamo ai livelli di Morrison, ma comunque mi fa piacreer che si stiano riprendendo un po' sia i suoi personaggi che le sue atmosfere
    vicenda un po'caotica (per quanto l'effetto voluto sia anche quello), che apre comunque spiragli per vicende future
    comparto grafico idoneo; penso che continuerò

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    Re:Doom Patrol (USA) di Gerard Way
    « Risposta #92 il: 15 Giugno 2017, 10:59:33 »
  • Ho letto il primo TP. Bene ma non benissimo.
    Cioè tutto bello, la storia, la nuova protagonista; il comparto grafico è così "giusto" che ci farà piangere se per uno o due capitoli cambia il disegnatore.


    Ma c'è un ma: trovo che i personaggi siano troppo fighi. Manca quell'aura di sofferenza patetica che ha reso grande la famiglia creata da Morrison.


    Poi ci sono un paio di sequenze qua e là che sono state gestite in maniera non ottimale:
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    quando trovano Danny-Ambulanza malconcia... E fagli dire "She" al grande amico. Poi Danny viene ritrovato da costui dopo tanto tempo, viene baciata e abbracciata... E non saluta nemmeno? Eddai!  :asd:
    Questi sono alcuni difetti che ho ravvisato a fronte tuttavia di una lettura molto godibile. Con i prossimi numeri, rafforzando il concetto di famiglia al'interno del gruppo Way può fare grandi cose.
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    Re:Doom Patrol (USA) di Gerard Way
    « Risposta #93 il: 15 Giugno 2017, 12:02:35 »
  • Su Anteprima stamattina ho letto tra le uscite di settembre il primo TP della serie

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    Re:Doom Patrol (USA) di Gerard Way
    « Risposta #94 il: 15 Giugno 2017, 15:44:29 »
  • Su Anteprima stamattina ho letto tra le uscite di settembre il primo TP della serie

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    bene  :w00t:

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    Re:Doom Patrol (USA) di Gerard Way
    « Risposta #95 il: 16 Giugno 2017, 07:35:11 »
  • Però devo dire che se solitamente le traduzioni sono molto buone, questo è un caso in cui non mi sembra particolarmente pregnante. Un pezzo per volta, sì, ma credo che il titolo originale richiamasse il fatto che QUEL personaggio diventa un mattone.  :hmm:
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    Re:Doom Patrol (USA) di Gerard Way
    « Risposta #96 il: 20 Giugno 2017, 09:27:16 »
  • DOOM PATROL #9
    Written by GERARD WAY
    Art and cover by NICK DERINGTON
    Mondo variant cover by TULA LOTAY
    The secret of Terry None (maybe)! The return of old enemies (usually)! Casey eats S**t (again)! Strange babies (possibly)! Ungrateful cats (predictably)! Robotman punches stuff (of course)! Negative Man goes dark (potentially)! New life and anti-life (because)! All of this and none of it happens as reality begins to transform for the Doom Patrol. The stage is being set for the stage to be reset and you’re not going to want to miss the ambulance or you’ll never get to the theater on time.
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    Re:Doom Patrol (USA) di Gerard Way
    « Risposta #97 il: 18 Luglio 2017, 05:24:13 »


  • DOOM PATROL #10
    Written by GERARD WAY
    Art and cover by NICK DERINGTON
    Variant cover by KYLE SMART
    The world is going haywire, and it’s up to the Doom Patrol to save it from going to S#!%. Weird things continue to happen that only the Chief can (attempt to) explain. Plus, tap dancing, and secret origins revealed!
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    Re:Doom Patrol (USA) di Gerard Way
    « Risposta #99 il: 27 Luglio 2017, 07:24:55 »
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    Re:Doom Patrol (USA) di Gerard Way
    « Risposta #100 il: 27 Luglio 2017, 07:34:47 »
  • Doom Patrol #7
    Written by Gerard Way
    Art by Michael Allred, Laura Allred and Nick Derington
    Lettered by Todd Klein
    Published by DC Comics
    Review by Matthew Sibley
    ‘Rama Rating: 8 out of 10

    After a brief hiatus, Doom Patrol is recharged and back to simultaneously astound and boggle your mind, just like any issue entitled “Into the Scantoverse or Emotional Robots and Psychic Werewolves: A Doom Patrol Adventure” should. The sensibilities of Gerard Way’s first act were clearly indebted to Grant Morrison’s time on the series, and this single-issue story goes one step further, bringing Niles Caulder back in contact with the Doom Patrol, with a proposition in mind, curious if they’d like him to be their leader just like old times.

    Way opens with an idea that’s become recurrent to his run, using a page of clear visual storytelling to illustrate what Niles has been up to - this time spying on the Doom Patrol at the mall. While previously a vignette, or an interlude, to the main story, here it becomes the inciting incident, furthering how the book has become more cohesive as it has progressed. As mentioned, he’s looking to run the team again, but this a different iteration to the one found within the pages of Morrison’s run, now a more tight-knit group comprised of Larry Trainor, Cliff Steele and newcomer Casey Brinke, not to mention how there’s now an entire place called Dannyland while he also manifests himself as an ambulance. Niles’ desire keeps the story moving and eventually reaches the point where the team heads to the Scantoverse - the dimension filled with creatures that come from the brain thinking bad ideas are good ones.

    The core of this concept is explained within a panel while the characters walk and talk. This is the essence of Doom Patrol: “Here’s an oddball idea, got it? If yes then great, but if not do your best with it and everything else that gets thrown at you over the remainder of the issue.” This approach means that this issue feels like a weighty single unit of a comic book, bursting at the seams with ideas and ready to burst. The previous issues have felt like this as well, but the notion is amplified in this single-issue story.

    Way presents a lot of ideas in 24 pages, and while the occasional explanation of his threatens to slow the momentum, his accomplices, Michael and Laura Allred as well as Todd Klein keep it moving at a brisk pace by keeping the layout of each page clean. Klein’s lettering seems as if it’s striving to fit into the negative space of each panel, obscuring as little detail as possible and the fact he does so while maintaining a flow from panel to panel, page to page is deservedly commendable. The Allreds are no strangers to the Young Animal imprint, currently working on Bug! The Adventures of Forager and they bring the same delightful Silver Age-esque vibe and aesthetic that can be found in that book to this. Even if this is your first encounter with the pair’s work, by the end of the issue, it’s fair to say that the pair can draw and color anything thrown at them and make it feel fully realised even with the brevity of the concept’s introduction. For how well their style works on Bug!, a more Jack Kirby-influenced tale, it might work even better here. The final couple of pages are drawn by regular artist Nick Derington and his work is just as alive as usual, giving the mundane a sense of vibrancy.

    This issue isn’t wholly disconnected from the previous ones, continuing developments from that first arc, but it also serves as a perfect jumping-on point in terms of getting a feel for the tone of the series and the recently released trade will you allow newcomers to catch up should they like what they see here. As the flagship of Young Animal, it never forgets to demonstrate the core ethos of the imprint, wildly inventive throughout. There isn’t a corner of a panel that doesn’t feel like it’s got as much stuffed into it as possible. While other comes fall into repetitive narrative patterns or don’t do enough to distance themselves from the rest of the market, Doom Patrol laughs in the face of these potential stumbling blocks, outright gleeful with the sheer magnitude of ideas it chucks out each and every issue.
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    Re:Doom Patrol (USA) di Gerard Way
    « Risposta #101 il: 28 Luglio 2017, 10:23:31 »


  • Doom Patrol is back following a brief hiatus, and the wait was well worth it. This issue manages that delicate task of honoring the franchise's roots while looking ahead to the future. Gerard Way and guest artist Mike Allred pay tribute to the Silver Age Doom Patrol era as they bring Niles Caulder back into the fold and send this fledgling new team on a strange, mind-bending journey. It really does play like a lost Silver Age adventure in many respects, one that isn't afraid to get weird and constantly shift from one beat to the next. And it's a story very much in Allred's wheelhouse. His vibrant, eye-popping imagery and confident line-work pair as wonderfully as ever with Laura Martin's colors, creating a very attractive and psychedelic whole. But what satisfies most about this issue is the way Gerard Way cuts to the dysfunction and sadness at the root of the team. He's not setting out to merely reunite the old gang under their old leader, but show the need for this new incarnation of the Doom Patrol to chart their own course. -Jesse

    Final Score:

    9.3/10
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    Re:Doom Patrol (USA) di Gerard Way
    « Risposta #102 il: 22 Agosto 2017, 06:40:18 »


  • DOOM PATROL #11
    Written by GERARD WAY
    Art and cover by NICK DERINGTON
    Variant cover by TOM FOWLER
    Doom Patrol fights Dada and someone becomes a mama. How did life and death become so intertwined? It’s Robotman versus a classic foe as Casey and Terry take us into a whole new territory we’ve never seen before. But could this newness also just be a whole lot of nothing?
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    Re:Doom Patrol (USA) di Gerard Way
    « Risposta #104 il: 07 Settembre 2017, 10:58:23 »
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