Publish date: October 2012
Publisher: Mürekkep Basın Yayın
Pages no: 72
Edition language: Turkish
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This was my first Neil Gaiman comic. It. could debatably by my last. While I do like Neil Gaiman in general this was trash in my opinion. There is one thing about the thing I liked. That's it. Just one (which I will share down the line). And let me also start off with informing readers-this is...
**I received a copy of this from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review** This was a Meh all round. It's the first time I've ever been less then impressed with a product carrying Neil Gaiman's name. When it comes to graphic novels, I don't mind a bad story too much if the artwork is outstandin...
I liked the story here very much. I don’t think I’ve actually read the prose version (which is a little surprising to me), but it has a very nice dual structure, with the main, internal story adding to and reflecting the more opaque ‘shell’ story. When I finished; I wanted to go back to the beginnin...
Disclaimer: ARC via Netgalley. I got this via Netgalley because the original short story is one that I loved. This comic version of it, I do not. Perhaps it is because what works in prose form doesn’t always work in picture. Perhaps it is because I really don’t n...
So... unsettling, really. It's also beautiful, and intricately woven, but them I am a sucker for stories dealing with the Fall--the events leading to Lucifer's turning away from/ being ejected from Heaven. Which is exactly what this is, framed within a very painful modern-day story.