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Planetary, Vol. 1: All Over the World and Other Stories - Community Reviews back

by Warren Ellis, John Cassaday
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D3's Booklog
D3's Booklog rated it 8 years ago
I think the Planetary series by Ellis and Cassaday may be one of the most ambitious, and certainly most enjoyable, comics (excuse me, I mean graphic novels!) that I have ever read. It is yet another post-Watchmen, post-Dark Knight meta-textual exploration of the genre, but manages to be one that doe...
Eloísa Valdes's Reactions
Eloísa Valdes's Reactions rated it 9 years ago
Forget about the bird. The word is... Planetary! BAM! Just like that, I'm addicted to yet another series. I was told, before I started reading it, I was lucky because it already ended and I wouldn't have to suffer like others did, waiting for new issues, etc. I now agree. I have the other volumes ju...
the terror of whatever
the terror of whatever rated it 11 years ago
Not life-changing, but really fun if you like stories where you really only get glimpses of super complicated back-stories. It's kind of cheating, I guess; we don't really get to learn much about the characters, the larger stories are really just a collection of hints that may or may not be related....
Tower of Iron Will
Tower of Iron Will rated it 12 years ago
There are so many brilliant ideas in the first Planetary collection. The league of pulp fiction heroes is something I wish had its own book, and Ellis' riff on Captain Marvel is excellent, but his absolute show-stopper masterpiece is the dark twisted version of the Fantastic Four. I know Ellis' pl...
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