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The Complete Future Shocks (The Complete Futureshocks Book 1) (English Edition) Format Kindle
|Langue : Anglais|
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Biographie de l'auteur
Dave Gibbons is one of 2000 AD’s most popular artists, having co-created Harlem Heroes and Rogue Trooper. He has also pencilled A.B.C. Warriors, Dan Dare, Judge Dredd, Mega-City One, Ro-Busters, Tharg the Mighty, Tharg’s Future Shocks and Time Twisters, as well as having scripted several Rogue Trooper stories – making Gibbons one of the few 2000 AD creators to have served as writer, artist and letterer! Beyond 2000 AD, Gibbons is unquestionably best known for his work on the award-winning classic Watchmen (with Alan Moore), but he has also drawn Batman, Doctor Who, Give Me Liberty, Green Lantern, Superman, Star Wars and his graphic novel, The Originals.
Steve Dillon is a fan-favourite 2000 AD writer and artist, and the creator of both Hap Hazzard and the Irish Judge Joyce. His writing for the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic includes Future Shocks and Rogue Trooper, while Dillon’s pencils have graced A.B.C. Warriors, Bad Company, Judge Dredd, Harlem Heroes, Ro-Busters, Rogue Trooper and Tyranny Rex. Dillon shot to international superstardom as a result of his work on DC/Vertigo’s Preacher, co-created with 2000 AD’s Garth Ennis.
Perhaps the most popular 2000 AD artist of all time, Brian Bolland’s clean-line style and meticulous attention to detail ensure that his artwork on strips including Dan Dare, Future Shocks, Judge Dredd and Walter the Wobot looks as fresh today as it did when first published. Co-creator of both Judge Anderson and The Kleggs, Bolland’s highly detailed style unfortunately precluded him from doing many sequential strips — although he found the time to pencil both Camelot 3000 and Batman: The Killing Joke for DC Comics. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition paperback.
Détails sur le produit
- ASIN : B07D7WBPTC
- Éditeur : 2000 AD Graphic Novels (14 juin 2018)
- Langue : Anglais
- Taille du fichier : 178473 KB
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- Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 320 pages
- Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon : 1,212,560 en Boutique Kindle (Voir les 100 premiers en Boutique Kindle)
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And of these stories , they're corny , cautionary , tongue in cheek, blackly comical and utterly charming. . Future Shocks was always a highlight for me when 2000AD was more self contained and didn't feel the need to have every page in garish colour schemes . Here the artwork is mainly in black and white by legendary names like Belardinelli , Ezquerra , Ewins and Sola and is lovingly reproduced on glossy paper
When I was a child World War 3 was seemingly just around the corner and war is a running theme throughout the book along with human greed. Most of the stories are utter fantasy and the stall is set out right from the start by the late Steve Moore's King Of The World which might have inspired the name of American alternative band Alien Ant Farm .
If you're in need of cheering up then make yourself a soothing warm drink , sit back and read Future Shocks. It might not belong on the same shelf as Plato and Tolstoy but it doesn't need to be because this is zarjaz entertainment for thrill hungry Earthlets of all ages so a big thank you to Lord Tharg and Rebellion for releasing this compilation
But while that's still a treat, it has to be said that a lot of the stories are garbage: either ripoffs of existing SF stories, or lame sub-Twilight Zone cautionary tales with a twist in the end. Alan Moore turns up halfway through, improving things a great deal; though his stuff been milked for so long now everyone must surely own it already.
Nice to re-read for nostalgic reasons, but not especially good.