V for Vendetta
Publish date: 2002
Publisher: Magic Press
Pages no: 288
Edition language: Italian
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, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
, Comic Book
Series: V for Vendetta Complete
Date Published: November 11, 2015 Format: Paperback Source: Library Date Read: November 10-12, 2019 Review I got the gist of the story and I did enjoy reading it for the most part, but something kept me from loving this story. I think because it is set in "futuristic" England....in 1997. Also I re...
"V for Vendetta" is one of the few movies that, in these days of crowded shelves and almost infinite digital storage, I chose to own a physical copy of. It is beautifully shot, perfectly cast and boldly told. It is that rare thing, a movie that dares to be true to its intent, even at the risk of bei...
I remember teen-me liking this a lot more than middle-age me does. I couldn't appreciate the art style at all this time round and - in agreement with David Lloyd's Introduction - thought the early chapters were not so good - if you can call nearly the whole first half "the early chapters." It got in...
I've been on a spree of fantastic graphic novels for the past few months. I guess it had to end sometime.I loved Watchmen. While I took issue with Moore's treatment of women in that work, I also found it to be gripping, subversive, and smart storytelling. I was willing to overlook that lapse in narr...
It took me several attempts to finish this, and this time around I managed (finally) but it took almost two months. I thought it was really just me, but after skimming over some reviews, I see I'm not alone in being a bit underwhelmed by this one.I saw the movie when it came out, and I love it. It's...
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