Ales Kot writes because nothing else makes sense. He's responsible for screenplays, video games, graphic novels and products/experiences which do not even have their names assigned as of yet. show more
Ales Kot writes because nothing else makes sense. He's responsible for screenplays, video games, graphic novels and products/experiences which do not even have their names assigned as of yet.
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Part of me is fascinated, but I spent the beginning and end bored. So I guess I liked some parts in the middle. Modern day mythology usually is totally my jam, too. This just happened to have a main character who wants to die despite his immortality, which is another theme I find intriguing, e...
I found it confusing, probably because while I like the first issue or so, I ended up not really caring by the time this volume was done. Unlikely that I'll continue: it was slow, it was convoluted, and it was time-travel (which I rarely enjoy.) Which is a shame, because the art is gorgeous.
What is even going on, did I miss something? Because everything in this one seems to happen for no reason and without any explanation. Like I don't even know, I bought the volumes four and five because I had 1-3 but seriously, what is this even.
Collects Bucky Barnes: Winter Soldier  #1-5Read as single issue comics on Marvel Unlimited reading app.I'm in love! It's all about the dreamlike story and art. What can I say about it? You really need to look at the pages to appreciate the stylized quality of the story and how it works toge...
My Batman-loving girlfriend* told me the New 52 sucked, and I didn't listen. I saw these at the library, and thought, ooooh, DC's Lady Deadpool! Even Harley didn't save these. Better than the next reboot, but not by much. It didn't help that the same character died in two volumes - which w...