V de Vendetta #2020

[V de Vendetta] >> Alan Moore David Lloyd María José Giménez Recuerden, recuerden el 5 de noviembre La historia de V de Vendetta est ambientada en Gran Breta a durante un futuro cercano y tras una guerra nuclear parcial En este futuro, con gran parte del mundo destruido, un partido fascista ostenta el poder en el Reino Unido Un misterioso anarquista revolucionario apodado V , oculto tras una m scara de Guy Fawkes, inicia una el Recuerden, recuerden el 5 de noviembre La historia de V de Vendetta est ambientada en Gran Breta a durante un futuro cercano y tras una guerra nuclear parcial En este futuro, con gran parte del mundo destruido, un partido fascista ostenta el poder en el Reino Unido Un misterioso anarquista revolucionario apodado V , oculto tras una m scara de Guy Fawkes, inicia una elaborada y violenta campa a con el fin de derrocar al gobierno e incitar a la poblaci n a caminar hacia una sociedad anarquista.Esta edici n absolute incluye las historias cortas V rtigo y Vincent , pero fue publicada antes de que existiera la edici n Absolute estadounidense, as que faltan varios de los extras que ser an luego incorporados a ella.
V de Vendetta Recuerden recuerden el de noviembre La historia de V de Vendetta est ambientada en Gran Breta a durante un futuro cercano y tras una guerra nuclear parcial En este futuro con gran parte del mundo

  • Title: V de Vendetta
  • Author: Alan Moore David Lloyd María José Giménez
  • ISBN: 9788467420920
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Hardcover
  • V de Vendetta Author: Alan Moore David Lloyd María José Giménez

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    About the Author

    Alan Moore David Lloyd María José Giménez

    Alan Moore is an English writer most famous for his influential work in comics, including the acclaimed graphic novels Watchmen, V for Vendetta and From Hell He has also written a novel, Voice of the Fire, and performs workings one off performance art spoken word pieces with The Moon and Serpent Grand Egyptian Theatre of Marvels, some of which have been released on CD.As a comics writer, Moore is notable for being one of the first writers to apply literary and formalist sensibilities to the mainstream of the medium As well as including challenging subject matter and adult themes, he brings a wide range of influences to his work, from the literary authors such as William S Burroughs, Thomas Pynchon, Robert Anton Wilson and Iain Sinclair New Wave science fiction writers such as Michael Moorcock horror writers such as Clive Barker to the cinematic filmmakers such as Nicolas Roeg Influences within comics include Will Eisner, Harvey Kurtzman, Jack Kirby and Bryan Talbot.

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    • Alejandro said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      Remember, remember the fifth of NovemberThis TPB edition collects the original 10 comic book issues, then divided in the graphic novel in three chapters.Creative Team Writer Alan MooreIllustrator David LloydVALIANT VERICITYRemember, remember The fifth of November, the gunpowder treason and plot I know of no reason why the gunpowder treason should ever be forgot It s one of the first sentences that came to mind when you think about the masterpiece by Alan Moore David Lloyd And certainly something [...]

    • Jayson said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      A 83% Very GoodNotes A Miltonian antihero in an Orwellian world, the hero s a kind of philosopher Batman, but for anarchy instead of law.

    • Stephen said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      For all of the criticism heaped on movie versions of novels and other literary works well deserved in many cases , there are times when the filmmakers get it very right e.g Lord of the Rings, the Princess Bride, Schindler s List The Graphic Novel, in particular, is a format that lends itself well to adaptation and, in the right hands, can often IMPROVE on the source material Examples of this, IMHO, would include From Hell, Road to Perdition and Sin City To that small but distinctive list I would [...]

    • Bookdragon Sean said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      Prison What exactly is prison Is it just the confinement in which we are placed after crime Or is it something Can we become imprisoned without being aware of it Can we even imprison ourselves Perhaps even to the state Alan Moore depicts these questions in this scary graphic novel that is set in some crazy right winged London that reeks of fascism and corruption It s a dark, eerily real place it is a place that might have actually been in an alternate history Just like inWatchmen Moore shows us [...]

    • Marpapad said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      I adored this graphic novel, every single page of it If I could give it than 5 stars, then I would.

    • J.G. Keely said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      I struggled for a long time with the growing notion that conservatives simply aren t funny At first it seemed a silly idea, since conservatism draws from sources as varied as progressivism all levels of intelligence and wealth, all kinds of people from all walks of life yet none of them are funny.Certainly they can tell jokes and be charming, but not satirical, not biting Subversion doesn t come naturally to them, and it should have been clear why Conservatism relies on ideals, on grand heroic n [...]

    • Lyn said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      I enjoyed the 2005 film V for Vendetta starring Natalie Portman and Hugo Weaving and so my son bought me the book The BOOK turned out to be a graphic novel I asked if this was an illustrated version of the literature and searched to discover that this WAS the book So the graphic novel sat on my bookcase for months and months while I read other books, traditionally published But then I learned that Neil Gaiman had published The Sandman series and I recalled fondly my high school days when I read [...]

    • Bookwraiths said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.When I picked up this graphic novel after years of telling myself I d get to it one of these days , I really wanted to love it Watchmen by Moore is one of my all time, favorite graphic novels, so I always envisioned V for Vendetta being another masterpiece of comic writing along those same lines not only entertaining but enlightening as well Unfortunately, I was immensely disappointed by this graphic novel.Now, to be fair, I hate overtly political literary work [...]

    • Ahmad Sharabiani said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      V for Vendetta V for Vendetta Complete , Alan Moore 2015 360 .

    • Bryce Wilson said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      If Watchmen is Alan Moore s Sergeant Pepper, and From Hell his Abbey Road And in the end the love you take is equal to the number of prostitutes you disembowl then V For Vendetta is his Rubber Soul Like Rubber Soul it tends to get overlooked and undervalued because it s merely a perfect pop record rather then a artform redefining masterpiece V is simply put a potent piece of Pop Art The story is bracing, the art beautiful, the way it plays with iconography of humanities past sins is simply geniu [...]

    • Saleh MoonWalker said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      .Behind this mask there is than just flesh Beneath this mask there is an idea and ideas are bulletproof.

    • Algernon said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      Behind this mask there is than just flesh Beneath this mask there is an idea And ideas are bulletproof Comic books are for geeky kids who dream of men in tights saving the world and women in skimpy outfits who swoon into their brawny arms, right Who takes comic book seriously Alan Moore is not the only name to be put forward in answer to this question, but he is for me the best example of the power behind the medium I rate V for Vendetta on the same level as 1984 or Animal Farm or Fahrenheit 45 [...]

    • Foad said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      1984 .

    • Carlos De Eguiluz said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      That ending the fire rising from those ashes Remember, remember the fifth of November of gunpowder treason and plot I know of no reason why the gunpowder treason should ever be forgot V for Vendetta, film adaptation 2005 V for Vendetta es la tremenda novela gr fica escrita por el brillante autor Alan Moore e ilustrada por David Lloyd una distop a que refleja la crudeza del car cter opresor del gobierno, su injusticia y la verdadera esencia del anarquismo.En el a o de 1997, tras el fin de la terc [...]

    • Laura said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      Eh.Okay There s political writing, and then there s political comics Watchmen, also by Moore Pure political writing, essays or editorials or what have you, doesn t have to leave everyone satisfied It can leave some angry or displeased or challenged, so long as it makes its point.POLITICAL COMICS HAVE TO BE DIFFERENT.A political comic must not only make a clear political point, but it must ALSO be interesting in a way that is peculiar to comics it must have a gratifying narrative, it must be arti [...]

    • Mohammed Arabey said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      The 5th of November.One of a very long waited to read that been sitting on my shelf for so long.As a Story, it s almost 4 , but the art is totally 2 .Yet both have its own high points and low onesMore on that on the full review.

    • Sam Quixote said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      V for Vendetta is one of those books that has the reputation for being one of the greatest comics ever written and frequently appears on graphic novels everyone must read lists It s a celebrated classic by the most acclaimed comics writer of all time, Alan Moore, and is one of the few books many non comics readers have read But why is this so feted V for Vendetta is a badly written, even poorly conceived pamphlet espousing anarchism as the ideal political system featuring non characters in a mo [...]

    • Vivian said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      In times of darkness and great need, we look for a hero Book 1 The backstory and a particularly intriguing story of freedom versus justice emerges in this postnuclear apocalyptic story Tick tock, times up for some very bad people I also recall why my farmboy friends are not stupid I had a machete and gasoline, and they well, I d have been a bigger fan of chemistry, too The things you learn playing in the shed Book 2 The saga continues, but this time we see Evey and her trajectory There is an int [...]

    • Anna said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      remember remember the 5th of november , , , Hugo Weaving Matrix, Lord of the Rings, V for Vendetta

    • Sud666 said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      V for Vendetta is superb For people wanting to read this book, that s really all you have to take away from my review Written in a period of liberal angst over Thatcher s Election as PM wherein he forecasts a dystopian view of England s future There has been a nuclear war not very specific as to the who why but England has been spared The government is Fascist and uses Orwellian terminology for it s different departments the Head, the Fingers, the Eye, etc In this world we are introduced to V.Th [...]

    • Celeste said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      Remember, remember the fifth of November the gunpowder treason and plot I can think of no reason why the Gunpowder Treason should ever be forgot V for Vendetta is one of my favorite movies of all time For that reason, I never read the graphic novel that inspired the movie, for fear that it would fall short Until today, that is And I needn t have worried Alan Moore s original story was just as powerful as the movie I wasn t disappointed at all, and this is now my favorite graphic novel.I think of [...]

    • Ayman Gomaa said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      A Masterpiece One of the best graphic novel i read ever My second reading for Alan Moore after Batman the killing Joke and to be fair he is the best graphic author ever , if he was wrote only this novel it will be enough to make him the best coz of the idea and the imagination he had , but we are lucky to enjoy of his Masterpieces.Many People don t prefer Alan Moore novels because they see it s so dark and in a Dystopia World , well he is right , the world is a mess and enough with the fairy ta [...]

    • Sidharth Vardhan said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      I didn t put you in a prison, Evey I just showed you the bars I watched the movie first, I loved it I knew I would love the novel too and yet it amazed me It answers Orwell s 1984 question the way Lion King s Hakuna matata answered Hamlet s To be or not to be Alan Moore assures us worst of governments can be broken by a single man believing in a single idea The prose is simply beautiful I felt like hugging every word uttered in it, specially in Valerie s letter But what I hope most of all is tha [...]

    • Kim said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      Ugh.So I read this book because people seem to think it is this great political tome and V is this great revolutionary character I couldn t disagree 1 This graphic novel is deeply sexist The main female character is weak, spineless and insipid, drawn in this awful vaguely tarty style, and used as less an actual character, and as a plot point V saves her from being raped and murdered and I could get into a diatribe here about how much I dislike sexual violence being used for entertainment, but [...]

    • diegomarcapaginas said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      C mic visionario que est lleno de buenos valores a pesar de la crueldad y violencia que encontramos en sus p ginas Un obra de culto imprescindible para los amantes del arte secuencial.

    • JA said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      Loved the movie so much, but not so much love for the book Some parts of the movie didn t stay true to the book which, I think, made the movie way better The book was a bit too sexist at times I understand, though, that this was written in the 70s 80s so I let it slide But I am still glad I have, finally, finally read this since this is one of my most anticipated reads this year My 100th book

    • Mia (Parentheses Enthusiast) said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      This was totally a five star book The artistic style and design, the incorporation of different viewpoints, the writing of internal dialogue they were wonderful The fantastic fusion of art and prose is obviously indicative of how well Moore and Lloyd worked together, and rarely do we come across a figure like V who remains just as indecipherable in the end as he was in the beginning, constantly providing the reader with food for thought The Shadow Gallery was a brilliant creation as well, up to [...]

    • Aubrey said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      I don t read comic books of this type all that often It s true that in my youth I devoured shelf after shelf of the Asian equivalents, but I can tell you that the two are as different as night and day I came to this graphic novel with its movie, the fellow Alan Moore work Watchmen, and a whole host of literature under my belt, and that s the context that I ll review it in.The movie cut whole swathes of the story out, and plumped up what was left with a good old fashioned mix of action sequences, [...]

    • Paul said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      I reread this in one sitting one cold, Saturday in February It s still remarkable and than a bit terrifying in our age of Trumplandia.

    • Riku Sayuj said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:55 AM

      Watching the movie first was a big mistake but maybe the movie had a finer dramatic tension to it, being less inclined to be so philosophical and cryptic

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