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by Sparky Greene

eBook Age Of Insects: Not Human, Book One (Age Of Insects: Not Human, Book One) ePub
Author: Sparky Greene
Language: English
ISBN: 0979831709
ISBN13: 978-0979831706
Publisher: Critical Mass Media Group; 1ST edition (2007)
Pages: 52
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 947
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ePub file: 1294 kb
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4 primary works, 4 total works. Book 1. Age Of Insects: Not Human, Book One. by Sparky Greene. Sparky Greene, Louis Pieper and Ben Templesmith . ore. Shelve Age Of Insects: Not Human, Book One. Want to Read.

Published July 7, 2007 by Critical Mass Media Group.

Written by Sparky Greene. They are being hunted to extinction by the militant, Purity Force!

The Book of Human Insects is a Japanese seinen manga series written and illustrated by Osamu Tezuka. It is about Toshiko Tomura, the "Woman of Talent", who is able to leech the abilities out of people, constantly reinventing herself

The Book of Human Insects is a Japanese seinen manga series written and illustrated by Osamu Tezuka. It is about Toshiko Tomura, the "Woman of Talent", who is able to leech the abilities out of people, constantly reinventing herself. The manga was originally serialized in Akita Shoten's manga magazine Play Comic from May 9, 1970 to February 13, 1971.

It's clear that "The Book of Human Insects" falls into the same vein as "Swallowing The Earth", in the sense that it. .A story of love, hate, murder and morals. At the end of the book I was left wanting more and will definitely be purchasing more story's by Tezuka.

It's clear that "The Book of Human Insects" falls into the same vein as "Swallowing The Earth", in the sense that it shows a more transitional approach to his work as opposed to the polish that we'd later see from, say, "Buddha. This approach exudes a certain confusion as to what Tezuka was trying to do when drawing this work up, attempting to be mature but struggling to get out of the cartoon-y box he'd built around himself.

Sparky Greene writer.

Age Of Insects Lyrics

Age Of Insects Lyrics. I walk the world on insect legs, beneath an unforgiving sun Eat the diret throughout my days Born in dirt, in dirt i come undone Messiah born in bethlehem won't find me lying dead The world is too big for him to see me, or hear the thing's i've said Hold me to you while i pray Take the rest

Sparky Greene, Louis Pieper and Ben Templesmith collaborate on a graphic novel which depicts the struggle between one of earth's oldest life forms and one of its newest. Mankind has bred and discarded a new weapon, a hybridized creature, part human, part insect with no thought for the consequences. When the experiment is abandoned the hybrids are exterminated. Any survivors of the firestorm that destroys their island are hunted down by death squads. The war between Homo sapiens and his newest creation heats up when the embattled and persecuted hybrids fight back with a new ally - the entire insect kingdom. Age Of Insects: Not Human tracks the fate of Flynn Morgan, a reluctant savior for the new species who resists his biology and his destiny as long as he can - until he meets a woman who changes everything.
Gribandis
These four books that make up the age of insects series are absolutely fantastic. The story makes for a great read, and I was entertained the entire time. I really enjoyed every part of these books, and have even re-read them a few times. It was such a breath of fresh air to read something with an ending that wasn't easily predictable. All of this would be a great reason to read these books, but I haven't even begun to review the art work. The art is so great! Every panel is incredibly visually stimulating, and dynamic. Each book is really action packed, I loved the overall art design and it really fit the tone of the story. I would definitely recommend them to anyone and everyone(well mature audiences anyway). Age Of Insects: Not Human, Book One (Age Of Insects: Not Human, Book One)
Siramath
I've been reading graphic novels, comics, comic strips since I was a kid and I've never read anything like Age Of Insects: Not Human. Start off with that gimlet stare from the cover - Ben Templesmith channeling every rebel that ever spat in society's face - then turn a few pages to find out exactly what it is this kid's spitting and you'll see what I mean. Okay, the story's complex and the bugs might creep you out but what really sends a chill to the liver is the behavior of us humans. Do we deserve the planet? Not according to Greene, Pieper and Templesmith. Will we hang onto our place at the top of the food chain? That may be up to the story's reluctant hero, Flynn Morgan who has more in common with the insects he studies that he wants to admit. The face-off between the Eco-purists and the hybrids is gory and fierce but it wouldn't be a graphic novel without any of that stuff. What makes AOI so interesting (and makes me want Book Two to hit the stands right now) is its scale - this is an epic. And worth every star.
wanderpool
Why don't they tell you that Ben Templsmith ONLY DID THE COVER ART, NOT THE WHOLE BOOK!!!!The story is good but the interior art leaves ALOT TO BE DESIRED IMHO. I've seen better art work coming out of grade schools.
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