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by Laura Martin,John Cassaday,Fabien Nury

eBook I Am Legion ePub
Author: Laura Martin,John Cassaday,Fabien Nury
Language: English
ISBN: 1594650446
ISBN13: 978-1594650444
Publisher: Humanoids; Trade edition edition (June 29, 2011)
Pages: 184
Category: Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Graphic Comics
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 725
Formats: mbr docx lrf mbr
ePub file: 1307 kb
Fb2 file: 1233 kb

American-born John Cassaday has worked professionally since 1995 as a cartoonist including critically acclaimed tenures on PLANETARY with author Warren Ellis and ASTONISHING X-MEN with Joss Whedon.

American-born John Cassaday has worked professionally since 1995 as a cartoonist including critically acclaimed tenures on PLANETARY with author Warren Ellis and ASTONISHING X-MEN with Joss Whedon. A self taught illustrator, Cassaday studied filmmaking and directing before pursuing a career in comics. Fabien Nury is the critically acclaimed author of more than 15 graphic novels, published across several of the major French publishing companies, including French bestseller IL ETAIT UNE FOIS EN FRANCE.

John Cassaday began his professional career with Negative Burn. Fabian Nury began his career as a copywriter and creative director in advertising, of which he worked until 2003. It wasn’t until he showed his portfolio to Mark Waid at San Diego Comic Con that he began receiving job offers from Dark Horse, DC, and Marvel. He eventually collaborated with Joss Whedon on "Astonishing X-Men" which led to more work and even directing an episode of Whedon’s television show, "Dollhouse. As an admirer of Blueberry, Watchmen, and more, he decided to plunge into the world of comics after meeting Xavier Dorison.

Электронная книга "I am legion: The Three Monkeys", John Cassaday, Fabien Nury, Laura Martin. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "I am legion: The Three Monkeys" для чтения в офлайн-режиме.

I Am Legion - Softcover Trade - A supernatural take on World War II espionage . John Cassaday (Art) Fabien Nury (Writer) Laura Martin (Colorist). Book 1 : The Dancing Faun.

I Am Legion - Softcover Trade - A supernatural take on World War II espionage featuring a girl with the ability to possess other bodies .

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John Cassaday (/ˈkæsədeɪ/; born 1971) is an American comic book artist, writer, and television director, best known for his work on Planetary, Astonishing X-Men, Captain America and Star Wars. He has received multiple Eagle and Eisner Awards and nominations for his work. Both Marvel Comics and DC Comics include many of Cassaday's iconic images in their marketing, and in their art and poster book collections. Marvel Comics-based animated films have made extensive use of his art.

I Am Legion (French: Je suis légion) is French comic book series written by Fabien Nury, drawn by John Cassaday and published by Les Humanoïdes Associés.

I Am Legion (French: Je suis légion) is French comic book series written by Fabien Nury, drawn by John Cassaday and published by Les Humanoïdes Associés, then in English by Humanoids Publishing/DC Comics and later by Humanoids/Devil's Due Productions. The series was originally published by Les Humanoïdes Associés in three albums, Le faune dansant (The Dancing Faun, June 2004), Vlad (January 2006) and Les trois singes (The Three Monkeys, November 2007).

by John Cassaday,Fabien Nury,Laura Martin.

Writer: Fabien Nury Artist: John Cassaday and Laura Martin Cover Artists: John Cassaday and Laura Martin . Beneath it all, the Nazi pursue a project called "LEGION," centering on a young Romanian girl with powerful abilities.

Writer: Fabien Nury Artist: John Cassaday and Laura Martin Cover Artists: John Cassaday and Laura Martin World War II rages as two supernatural entities pursue collide in a conflict hinged on ideologies and the lives of men. The outcome will decide the end of the war itself! Beneath it all, the Nazi pursue a project called "LEGION," centering on a young Romanian girl with powerful abilities. In Shops: Jan 28, 2009. View All Items In This Series.

Europe, December 1942. The global conflict has reached a fever pitch. The Nazis are at the height of their power, but the Allies have had their first victories both in Stalingrad and in the Pacific. Never has the war’s outcome been so much in doubt. Amidst this chaos, the destinies of several men will cross through a project code named "Legion," which consists of a series of horrific tests that a young Romanian girl with apparent supernatural abilities must undergo. Her 'skills,' if fully exploited by the Nazis, would give them unimaginable power… Featuring the lush artwork of John Cassaday ("Astonishing X-Men," "Planetary," "Uncanny Avengers").
Yanthyr
I've been very excited about this comic ever since the initial translated single issues were released in the US a while back. It's unfortunate, then, that after the long wait for the story to be collected in hardcover that the book would end up such a disappointment. This is mainly due to a story that tries to accomplish way too much; within the first 10 pages, you're introduced to 3 or 4 different plots, with some characters resembling others, and introductions to each kept to a minimum. From there, you're basically expected to remember each character, which side they're on, and their motivations. I know this sounds like I'm just dumb and can't juggle multiple plots, but I read the same critique in a CBR article a little while back, so I'm not alone on this. Underneath these problems is a story that seemed interesting, but never grabbed me as it should have because of my immediate confusion and inability to ever connect with the characters.

What compels me to still give the book 3 stars in spite of my criticism is Cassaday's art, which is of course beautiful. Let's be honest and admit that most people will buy this book for that reason, and if that is indeed what you're looking for, you'll probably enjoy yourself. For me, art isn't enough to allow me to enjoy a comic despite a weak story, hence the 3 star review. I'll probably revisit in the future, but with so many other things out there begging for a reread, this might just end up on ebay or amazon marketplace in the next few months.
Nenayally
Weird and interesting at same time.
Najinn
I picked this book up on a whim through Comixology because for two reasons: the first was that I love John Cassaday's work in other comic books that I've read (Astonishing X-Men and Uncanny Avengers), and the second is that I found the premise interesting. While the art is very good as I was expecting, the script work by Fabian Nury feels very flat in comparison.

This book revolves around multiple groups revolving around a mysterious girl with the power to mentally dominate people from a distance, set at the precipice of World War II.As I said, the premise is interesting and would be more so if it didn't border on cliche. We've seen the "mad Nazi soldier obsessed with a legend" trope in many stories across numerous mediums before (both 'Captain America: the First Avenger' and 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' come to mind immediately), as well as the 'protagonist with a dead loved one who has to get their mind back in the game.' Unfortunately the characterizations and interactions between all of them are not enough to overcome these cliches, and the plot is paper-thin.

Where this book truly shines is the artwork by Cassaday, who beautifully illustrates everything with a sense of heightened realism that is highly expressive and subtle at the same time. Even when there are just people sitting down and talking (which makes up about 90% of this volume) looks very incredible. However, my one gripe is that it feels like there are some repeated character designs in this book that sometimes draw me out of the story (which, granted, was not very difficult). There's one character in particular that looks exactly how Cassaday rendered Kitty Pryde in his Astonishing X-Men run, and that's all I could ever see when she was on-panel.

Bottom line, this was was enjoyable to look at but not to read. If the subsequent volumes go on sale, I may consider picking them up simply for completion's sake. Otherwise, I'll be content with only this book in my digital library.
Error parents
Artwork: 4.5 out of 5
Have ever seen a movie where you wondered what it would look like as a comic book? The way that the art team came together to present I Am Legion did just that. This book looks amazing. The artwork is near perfect on ever single page. Add to that the colors, inks and letters and you have one GORE-Geous book. I have to seriously highlight the way that Cassaday chose to show the "transformations". I won't spoil it, but it was done right. The action scenes had a great visual pace, and the down scenes were full of emotion. This is so close to visual perfection in comics.

Story: 4.0 out of 5
I really didn't know what to expect from this book. Sadly reading the back cover I saw the word Nazi and was just like, "Oh man not another one." However I was wrong. There were times in this book that I felt moved at too slow of a pace, however the horror mythos that they chose to approach in this book was done in a new and very unique way. I honestly can not get over how I want to know more about what I didn't see in this book. There is so much more to be told with some of this cast. The inclusion of the Dracul family and they way they were brought into this was fantastic. The slow points could be too slow but the action scenes picked them up and carried this book to an amazing finish.

Dying Breath: 4.5 out of 5
This book was not what I expected, and learning that it originally came out in 2004 made me mad I didn't check it out then. Luckily I was able to get my hands on it now and I loved it. Was it always moving at the right pace, no, but for the 2 hours I took to sit down and read it I was highly entertained. This is a movie put on the comic page. So much depth in the story and presented with the correct visuals just means a win-win in my book. This is a book that needs to be on the shelves of horror, drama, mystery and war comic fans around the globe.
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