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eBook Loveless: Volume 3 - Blackwater Falls (Vertigo) ePub

by Marcelo Frusin,Danijel Zezelj,Brian Azzarello

  • ISBN: 1845766636
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  • Author: Marcelo Frusin,Danijel Zezelj,Brian Azzarello
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Titan Books Ltd (January 25, 2008)
  • Pages: 168
  • ePub book: 1375 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1574 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 720

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Brian Azzarello is a master of comic writing and this series just proves it again.

Brian Azzarello is a master of comic writing and this series just proves it again. The book has many layers, a modern edge that makes it extremely contemporary (think Clint Eastwood's The Unforgiven), a range of very varied characters and a wide web of intrigue, passions, and death.

Loveless (with Marcelo Frusin, Danijel Žeželj and Werther Dell'Edera, 2005–2008) collected as. .Brian Azzarello at the Comic Book DB (archived from the original).

Loveless (with Marcelo Frusin, Danijel Žeželj and Werther Dell'Edera, 2005–2008) collected as: A Kin of Homecoming (collects tpb, 128 pages, 2006, ISBN 1-4012-1061-9). Thicker Than Blackwater (collects tpb, 168 pages, 2007, ISBN 1-4012-1250-6). Blackwater Falls (collects tpb, 288 pages, 2008, ISBN 1-4012-1495-9). Brian Azzarello on IMDb. Brian Azzarello at Mike's Amazing World of Comics.

DC Vertigo sabotages yet another worthwhile series with a poorly produced collection printed on paper that's even worse than the stock used for the original individual comic books (which wasn't so great itself).

Written by Brian Azzarello Art by Danijel Zezelj and Werther Dell'Edera Cover by Marcelo Frusin In this final volume collecting issues of the acclaimed series, the mysterious secret of Blackwater Falls comes into focus when Ruth finally confronts her tragic past. Retailers: This item is resolicited.

Loveless, Vol. 3 book. Say hello to Brian Azzarello and Danijel Žeželj! Blam! Blam!

Loveless, Vol. Eisner Award-winning writer Brian Azzarello creates a western for. In this volume, the mysterious secret of Blackwater Falls comes into focus when Ruth finally confronts her tragic past. Plus, the good citizens of Blackwater Falls who thought they had it bad before are about to find out how good it was as the Federal Army takes control of the town. Say hello to Brian Azzarello and Danijel Žeželj! Blam! Blam!

by Brian Azzarello, Marcelo Frusin, Danijel Zezelj. ISBN 9781845766634 (978-1-84576-663-4) Softcover, Titan Books Ltd, 2008. Find signed collectible books: 'Loveless: Volume 3 - Blackwater Falls (Vertigo)'.

by Brian Azzarello, Marcelo Frusin, Danijel Zezelj. Luna Park (Vertigo Crime). ISBN 9781848564992 (978-1-84856-499-2) Hardcover, Titan Books Ltd. Find This Book.

Loveless vol. 3: blackwater falls. In this volume collecting issues of the acclaimed series, the mysterious secret of Blackwater Falls comes into focus when Ruth finally confronts her tragic past. Inker Danijel Zezelj, Marcelo Frusin, Werther Dell'Edera. Penciller Danijel Zezelj, Marcelo Frusin, Werther Dell'Edera. Written by: Brian Azzarello. Series: LOVELESS 2005.

by Brian Azzarello · Marcelo Frusín · Danijel Žeželj · Werther Dell'Edera. Reuniting with his HELLBLAZER collaborator, artist Marcelo Frusin, Azzarello fashions a tough-as-nails saga that combines all the b. Eisner award-winning writer Brian Azzarello (100 BULLETS, SUPERMAN: FOR TOMORROW) creates a Western for the new millennium. Sgt. Rock: Between Hell and a Hard Place. by Brian Azzarello · Joe Kubert.

Author: Brian Azzarello. Artists: Daniel Zezelj, and Werther Dell'Edera. In this third volume of Vertigo’s hit western series a new law-woman steps into a more prominent role in Blackwater. Published by: DC Comics. Action & Adventure.

Brian Azzarello has been writing comics professionally since the mid-1990s. He is the author of SPACEMAN, BATMAN: BROKEN CITY and the Harvey and Eisner Award-winning 100 BULLETS, all created in collaboration with artist Eduardo Risso. The New York Times best-selling author's other work for DC Comics includes the titles HELLBLAZER and LOVELESS (both with Marcelo Frusin), SUPERMAN: FOR TOMORROW (with Jim Lee), JOKER, LUTHOR and RORSCHACH (with Lee Bermejo), COMEDIAN (with .

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Marcelo Frusin 'Blackwater Falls,' part 5As the wedding all of Blackwater has been waiting for draws near, Ruth's deadly intentions come to fruition, and the town - an.

Creator, Cover Artist. Featuring guest art by Danijel Zezelj, this stand-alone one-shot tells the back story of Colonel Silas Redd, from his rise through the ranks of the Union Army to his current status as marked-man in Blackwater. Blackwater Falls,' part 5As the wedding all of Blackwater has been waiting for draws near, Ruth's deadly intentions come to fruition, and the town - and government soldiers - won't know what hit them Loveless #21.

Comments

Cobandis Cobandis
Weak and haphazard with no real direction. The characters that were established in volume one seem to cese interacting with each other. Relationships disolve, characters stop talking to each other, conflicts and intentions go unresolved, and politcal commentary regarding occupation and reconstruction cease. I loved volume 1 and much of volume 2, what the hell happened?
Gio Gio
DC Vertigo sabotages yet another worthwhile series with a poorly produced collection printed on paper that's even worse than the stock used for the original individual comic books (which wasn't so great itself). Because the paper in this collection is only one small step above newsprint, all of the solid black areas look smudged and the colors often are muddy, especially anything dark. A real shame, because the story is interesting and the art is good, which is obvious even on this bad paper.
kolos kolos
This is the first collection I have read in the series, I read the first issue of the comic some time ago and liked it a great deal. However, this collection did not impress me. The dialogue was written with detail in such a way as to stress the dialects of the Old South which was welcome. However, the plot and characters were lacking in any real pull. They had all the appearances of being meaningful, with interesting premises, and hooks, but when put together and told, they fell into a non-page-turning saga. Granted, the plot had potential, it was just the telling that fell short.

As for the art, I found it to be very good. Both the moody block-print style of Zezelj and the classic style of Dell'Edera.