V for Vendetta
Publish date: 2002
Publisher: Magic Press
Pages no: 288
Edition language: Italian
, Science Fiction
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
, Comic Book
Series: V for Vendetta Complete
This has been one of my favorite movies of all time. I watched it before I even knew there was such a thing as graphic novels (I lived a very cloistered life before). I watched it even before I really understood the meanings and the feelings and the underlying messages. It was like something just re...
I finished this awhile back and I was very much impressed by this graphic novel. It is a book for anyone whom would like to turn the world upside down and shake it of all its misgivings. It is a book for people whom believe that human rights and freedom should come before regimental order. If your ...
I just finished reading the Graphic Novel V for Vendetta and I was impressed. The black and white ink style of this comic melds beautiful thriller set in a post-war London where a vigilantly is trying to give the power back to the people whom are being controlled and dictated too by a conservative g...
I really don't know what the author means to convey from this graphic novel. I haven't watched the film or researched the meaning of the book. But holy hell, it kicked my arse. I thought it was pretty damn scary, the two extremes. Corrupt government in charge with every aspect of life heavily co...
My first, and probably my last, comic. My main problem was the dialogue, if you can call it that. The film looked intriguing though so I'd probably just go with that.
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