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    « Risposta #408 il: 25 Novembre 2017, 01:52:57 »


  • I love a good surprise, and Imaginary Fiends is a great one. Tim Seeley has apparently taken some inspiration from the Slenderman incident and come up with a world where imaginary creatures are real and occasionally murderous. The setup for the series is tremendous, as it lulls the reader into a false sense of security before unleashing the fantastical elements. By the time we finally see one of the imaginary fiends, the main character in the book is already established as a realistically broken young woman. Stephen Molnar’s art is also a key component towards making this world smoothly integrate reality and fantasy. It almost feels like it could be a set up for a procedural drama, but we’ll have to wait until the next issue to see if that’s the angle that Seeley has chosen to go forward with. For now, I’ll just say that you shouldn’t let Polly Peachpit’s cutesy name fool you. She’s a really terrifying monster, even if she is imaginary.  -Blair

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    Re:Vertigo: Progetti Futuri 2.0
    « Risposta #409 il: 04 Gennaio 2018, 19:32:19 »
  • Salve,
    Qualcuno di voi sta leggendo qualcosa dei nuovi progetti della Vertigo?

    Giusto per leggere qualcosa di più maturo, ed iniziarlo in questo periodo.

    Grazie
     :zoom:


    E D I T:
    ho letto che ci sara' il rilancio della testata Vertigo ad agosto, quindi attendiamo i nomi :)
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  • ASTRO CITY #52
    Written by KURT BUSIEK • Art by BRENT ANDERSON • Cover by ALEX ROSS
    It’s the final issue of ASTRO CITY…for now. Michael Tenicek lost his world years ago. Now he may lose another, as ordinary life among the extraordinary takes a shattering turn. A character-focused finale to the ongoing Vertigo ASTRO CITY series, and a launch point for its new form. Guest-starring the Hanged Man, Honor Guard and more.
    On sale APRIL 18 • 32 pg, FC, $3.99 US • RATED T • FINAL ISSUE
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  • Astro City #50 (Preview)



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  • Astro City #50
    Written by Kurt Busiek
    Art by Brent Anderson and Pete Pantazis
    Lettering by John G. Roshell and Sarah Jacobs
    Published by DC Comics / Vertigo
    Review by Scott Cederlund
    ‘Rama Rating: 8 out of 10

    Since its earliest days, Astro City has always been about exploring the world of superheroes through the eyes of the everyman, even if sometimes that everyman is a version of Superman. Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson have used the language of Marvel and DC Comics to explore the human condition. Astro City #50, an issue fittingly titled “Aftermaths,” explores the cost of the actions of superheroes s and supervillains on the normal, everyday citizens of Astro City. Set in a world of powers and wonders, this issue begins a story that centers us on the cost of living in a world of the Wonder Woman and the Super Man.

    Michael Tenicek runs Miranda’s Friends, a support group for survivors and people who have lost friends and loved ones. But this is no ordinary support group - instead, it ties back to the seminal Astro City story “The Nearness of You,” where we met Michael after he lost the love of his live, Miranda, not to guns or war, but to a reality-rewriting crisis. One day, Miranda existed and had a life together with Michael; the next, reality itself was rearranged by cosmic-powered beings and Miranda was just simply never born. But Michael remembered glimpses of her, even if he could not remember who she was or what she meant to him, until one of those super-powered heroes gave him the gift of her memory.

    Miranda’s Friends brings together others like Michael who have been emotionally damaged because of the superpowered world that they live in. One man’s roommate was killed in a battle between superheroes and the bad guys. Another woman was the only one of her co-workers to survive a mystical incursion. Busiek and Anderson have chronicled the lives of the men and women of this city during these moments of wonder, but Astro City #50 steps back and gazes at the damage left in the wake of these spectacular events.

    For the 50th issue of a superhero comic book, Astro City #50 is actually a nice, small, and very personal story. Busiek and Anderson tell the story of a man who survived a tragedy that he really shouldn’t even remember, and instead of letting it break him down, he tries to help others who have suffered like him. Of course, the creators hint that he may be trying to evade his own problems by burying himself into helping others. Busiek has this great, underappreciated handle on character, telling stories about people, whether or not they have superpowers. Anderson draws men and women who you recognize, not in an “I know who that person is” photo-referenced way, but in a way of capturing the essence of his characters through their appearance and their body language. Together, the two creators tell a story that’s not reliant on being about super-powered stand-ins but on true and real characters.

    Back when Astro City started, it felt like it was a reaction against the Imagization of comics, as Marvel and DC tried to recreate the surface excitement of their “extreme” competition. Here in 2017, superheroes are in a much different place, as they’ve moved from a subculture to pop culture, and are now one of the predominant entertainment genres. The work of Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson continues to ground and critique the state of superhero comic books, movies, and entertainment. It helps focus our attention on where it should be in these types of stories; not on the adventure or even the genre, but on the characters who inhabit these cities and worlds.

    Astro City #50 is a comic of introspection and remembrance. It calls our attention not on the spectacle of the superhero adventure but onto the solitude and reflection on the moments between the battles. Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson have crafted a superhero comic about the weight of those heroes on the people who stand in the street and look up in the sky. Normally, 50th issues of comics are big and boisterous celebrations. While Astro City #50 is a celebration, it is celebrating the small moments of reflection that normally that fill most of our days and nights.
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    Re:Vertigo: Progetti Futuri 2.0
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    Re:Vertigo: Progetti Futuri 2.0
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  • THE SANDMAN UNIVERSE #1
    Plotted by Neil Gaiman and written by Si Spurrier, Nalo Hopkinson, Dan Watters and Kat Howard
    Art by Bilquis Evely
    Cover art by Jae Lee
    Daniel, the lord of Dreams, has gone missing and it causes chaos in the kingdom of dreams…A rift between worlds has opened, revealing a space beyond the Dreaming. Meanwhile, A book from Lucien’s library of all the unwritten books ever dreamed is discovered by a group of children in the waking world. Simultaneously, a new House appears—the House of Whispers—joining the Houses of Secret and Mystery in the Dreaming. Its proprietor is a fortune teller called Erzulie, whom the inhabitants of the Dreaming suspect may be responsible for all the strange goings on. Elsewhere, Lucifer has fallen again, only this time he might be in a Hell of his own design. And in London, a young boy named Timothy Hunter sleeps, in his dreams he becomes the world's most powerful magician, but in his nightmares, he becomes the world’s worst villain, which future will become reality?
    From the mind of Neil Gaiman, a new world filled with dreams and nightmares, all of his wonderful characters living together in a shared universe for a story unlike anything we’ve ever seen before.
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  • HOUSE OF WHISPERS
    Written by Nalo Hopkinson
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    Latoya is in a coma. Her girlfriend enlists the help of Latoya’s two younger sisters. Using the Book of Whispers, they mistakenly steal the essence of Erzulie, a deity of voodoo mythology. The psychic blowback of the spell causes her house to crash into the Dreaming, beside the Houses of Secrets and Mystery and their custodians, Cain and Abel.
    In the real world, the awakened young woman suffers a mystical form of Cotard’s Delusion—she believes she is already dead, and she’s transmitting her belief to others, causing them to become guardians of the Gap that has appeared in the Dreaming.
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