V pour Vendetta
Publish date: 1990
Publisher: Urban Comics
Pages no: 350
Edition language: French
, Science Fiction
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
, Comic Book
Series: V for Vendetta Complete
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...
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...
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...
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