Camelot #1 – 12 () FREE Comics Download on CBR CBZ Format. Download FREE DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, Dynamite. When it was first published in , DC Comics’ Camelot was already notable for a number of reasons—it was the first maxi-series; the. CAMELOT · CAMELOT · CAMELOT DELUXE EDITION · CREATURE COMMANDOS · DC RETROACTIVE: BATMAN – THE ’80S #1.
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Layout by Ross Andrupencils and inks by Brian Bolland. Agli ottimi disegni non fanno contraltare dei testi particolarmente significativi. In addition, I think it was a simpler time.
Camelot 3000 #1 – 12 (1982-1985)
Camelot Mage Prince Valiant. At the time it was considered groundbreaking. So when I re- read CamelotI was expecting a frankly substandard effort from Barr, despite the always-gorgeous art from Brian Bolland and for perhaps the apotheosis of his art, go look for Batman: I really loved the ending, the idea of a cycle which repeats itself with the sword in the stone and this was probably my favourite part of the plot. 33000 difficile, affrontata con passione da Mike W. It’s really to bad the rest of the GN couldn’t take it’s queue from that and evolve camepot a more compelling story.
Barr originally had the role of Tom Prentice filled by a girl, but editor Len Wein strongly felt that the character should be a boy. It has plenty of action, ridiculous plotlines, but is still endearing.
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After this, I have to say that I found some moments really hilarious and ridiculous, like how some of the charactera had a single trait that defined them and they just repeated it over and over again especially Gawain who espaoo only talked about his need to see again his family, or Galahad all about his honour, and sometimes it happened even with Tristan and some other situations and characterizations a bit too There was nothing camslot bad about this – just not my cup of tea at this point in my life in But I came for the art and the art was good but it didn’t blow me away in the same way that his covers can do.
The original character in arthuriana is a wonderful way to show to the reader what is happening, even in such a reincarnation situation, but I would have preferred all espakl comic to be from his point of view and more about him and how he viewed the other characters.
Apr 21, Arthurianmaiden rated it really liked it Shelves: So, basically, I gave this book 4 stars not on its own merits, but due to its significance in eespaol my personal history. He wrote text articles and editorial replies i Mike W.
In a nutshell, Camelot tells the story of the reappearance of Espapl Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table in the far future in response to a world-shaking threat to planet Earth in general and England in particular.
Instead, about something I really love there is without any doubts the character of Tristan.
Barr who is probably best known for his writing on various Batman titles such as Batman and the Outsidersthe Year Two story in Detective Comics and the Son of the Demon graphic novel.
So all in all a bit of a disappointment – maybe you had to be there to appreciate it.
The most original treatment in the work of any of the Arthurian characters is that of the figure of Sir Tristanwho is unexpectedly reincarnated in a woman’s form. I first read this when I was 14, and it completely blew my mind. In the end, I did enjoy the story, but needed more of a fleshing out of the other Round Table knights. The series follows the adventures of King ArthurMerlin and the reincarnated Knights of the Round Table as they reemerge in an overpopulated future world of A. Percival is Hulkish mutation to give the Round Table the appearance of a superhero assemblage and sure why not?
Yet I loved it! Sep 29, Ollie camellot it it was ok. Lists with This Book. I’ve always looked back on this series with an extreme, 5-star fondness. Brian Bolland is a really great artist but he doesn’t do anything approaching spectacular until the las I think espaop it was and I was a hormonal 12 year old and had just watched John Boorman’s Excalibur and was really getting into the Arthurian legend stuff, but also liked futuristic space adventure and illustrations of scantily clad warrior-women, then this probably would have received 4 stars.
Tristan returns as a woman, which back then was like opening a whole can of worms.
By the way, Kay was the best and I am glad to have seen his character so well portrayed in the comic. Okay, that’s a pretty acmelot segment of the reading populace, but I’m a part of it and know, I believe, whereof I recommend. Unfortunately the story did not match my expectations.