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by Bruce Bahmani,Robert Napton,Karl Altstaetter

eBook Rostam, Tales from the Shahnameh (Persian book of Kings) ePub
Author: Bruce Bahmani,Robert Napton,Karl Altstaetter
Language: English
ISBN: 0977021319
ISBN13: 978-0977021314
Publisher: Hyperwerks; 1st edition (January 5, 2005)
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 696
Formats: lit lrf azw doc
ePub file: 1806 kb
Fb2 file: 1804 kb

The creators of the Rostam comic book have faced and overcome all of these dangers. The book is fantastic in its story, illustrations and production quality. It is simply first rate.

Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). The creators of the Rostam comic book have faced and overcome all of these dangers. This is one of those rare books that can, in stepping out of the box, shine light on how beautiful the box is! The book will intrigue many young Iranians who do not know the Rostam epic and inspire them to reconnect with their roots.

Adapted from the rich verse of Ferdowsi the famous Persian poet, the epic tales of valor, bravery, and devotion are for the first time adapted to the American comic genre. Rostam is the hero-champion of a mythical land of Iran

Adapted from the rich verse of Ferdowsi the famous Persian poet, the epic tales of valor, bravery, and devotion are for the first time adapted to the American comic genre. Rostam is the hero-champion of a mythical land of Iran. Dedicated to protecting her throne from all invaders and usurpers. Rostam faces outer threats as well as his own inner demons, a glimpse of our own humanity.

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Start by marking Rostam, Tales from the Shahnameh (Persian book of Kings) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Karl Altstaetter (Illustrator). Adapted from the rich verse of Ferdowsi the famous Persian poet, the epic tales of valor, bravery, and devotion are for the first time adapted to the American comic genre.

by Karl Altstaetter, Robert Napton . ISBN 9781582400938 (978-1-58240-093-8) Softcover, Image Comics, 1999. Rostam, Battle with the Deevs (Tales from the Shahnameh): ISBN 9780977021338 (978-770213-3-8) Softcover, Hyperwerks, 2009. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Robert Napton at LibraryThing.

Books by Bruce Bahmani.

Shahnameh is an ancient Persian poem comprising a collection of stories .

Shahnameh is an ancient Persian poem comprising a collection of stories, myths and legends which have been retold for over a thousand years.

Places San Francisco, California Shopping & retailBook shopComic book shop Rostam: "Tales From the Shahnameh" Comic Books. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español.

Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Shahnameh: The Persian Book of. .

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A series written by Bruce Bahmani and co-created by brothers Jamie . Rostam: Tales From the Shahnameh.

A series written by Bruce Bahmani and co-created by brothers Jamie and Cameron Douraghy. These three childhood friends set out to create a comic book adaptation of the ancient Persian text The Shahnameh, written around the end of the 10th c. by renowned poet Ferdowsi.

Written by Bruce Bahmani and Robert Napton. Illustrated by Karl Altstaetter. Golden Lioness Award from the World Academy of Arts Media & Literature in Budapest, Hungary. How to get FREE promotion?

Written by Bruce Bahmani and Robert Napton.

Adapted from the rich verse of Ferdowsi the famous Persian poet, the epic tales of valor, bravery, and devotion are for the first time adapted to the American comic genre. Rostam is the hero-champion of a mythical land of Iran. Dedicated to protecting her throne from all invaders and usurpers. Rostam faces outer threats as well as his own inner demons, a glimpse of our own humanity. In the first installment in what we hope will be a long lasting series, Rostam must face the newest threat to the throne of Iran, the mighty and younger Sohrab.
Kazigrel
I bought this book for my 10 years old son. I believe this is a perfect way to have a connection between the old Iranian/Persian heritage and the new (out of Iran) generation.

The pictures and narrative is absorbing and keep you involved for hours and days.

I've read it to my son and he read it himself too several times.
BORZOTA
Good graphics. Like the way the story has been developed for a comic book.
Nilabor
It is refreshing to see an old legend in a new format. Hopefully it will encourage children of the diaspora to read it in Persian too.
Ffleg
To adapt a traditional Persian epic into comic book form is a dangerous undertaking. First, the Persian community, unfamiliar with the American comic book genre, may be suspicious of the project and fear it as an attempt to exploit or ridicule their culture. Second, condensing long stories into a handful of images may undermine the depth of the metaphors, imagery, rich symbolism and poetic quality that make the Shahnameh one of the world's most revered books. Finally, people see their culture as static and resist change. This is unfamiliar territory.

The creators of the Rostam comic book have faced and overcome all of these dangers. The book is fantastic in its story, illustrations and production quality. It is simply first rate. This is one of those rare books that can, in stepping out of the box, shine light on how beautiful the box is! The book will intrigue many young Iranians who do not know the Rostam epic and inspire them to reconnect with their roots. It will also ingnite the imagination of non-Iranians and increase their interest in Persian culture.

The Rostam comic book has expanded the canon of Persian literature.
Hilarious Kangaroo
This comic book representation is a great way to make the Rostam stories accessible to audiences who may not want to go through the 10th Century epic by Ferdowsi Shahnameh: The Persian Book of Kings. The team has captured the grand heroism and tragedy of the story with great graphics. My 12-year-old read it cover-to-cover twice without stopping.

There are a great many stories in the Shahnameh that would appeal to kids and adults alike, and I look forward to many more from Hyperwerks.
fr0mTheSkY
My son was so excited about this comic book that he made me read it to him (at bed time) everynight for 3 weeks! In fact, he has memorized the text and giggles at the same parts everytime. He is facinated about the father son dynamics and a story which includes Persian Heros. Perfect way to introduce Shahnameh stories to your kids and give them pride in their heritage.
Gogal
What a wonderful idea! My kids love the comic book and I can honestly say since I grew up in the States and my kids were born here, if it wasn't for these books they wouldn't have known about the stories of the Shahnameh.

Not only they are helping to keep our culture alive, they are so well written and illustrated that I have been proud to give them to our American friends!
I remember reading these stories as a child. It is great to see them come to life in a graphic novel. The pictures are great but the storyline does need a bit more meat. I find that it glossed over some important scenes. Still Ill be glad when my son learns to read and can get into the story of the Persian Pahlavan.
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