Each ‘Angel’ comes across as believable, albeit quirky, people trying to make their own way in this post apocalyptic world full of steam punk engineering and off the grid survival. The artist and colorist do a fantastic job. O Considering I’ve read exactly one pitcher book or “graphic novel” a term coined by all those comic book nerds to sound like a grown-up all year, I figured this was a nice place to start. The world has an appropriately rough feel to it that persists throughout the series. Warren Ellis is currently working on a non-fiction book about the future of the city for Farrar Giroux Straus. Not everyone was a goody-goody, but the story wasn’t oppr “The best non-zombie post-apocalyptic coming-of-age-story I’ve read all year. Crouching Ostrich, Hidden Vulture.
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Which I’ve run into a lot lately.
FreakAngels Vol. 1
If you like things that are good, you should read it. There are no info-dumps; instead, bits of information are shared as they become relevant. But when we see a woman scantily clad it is almost always in a sexual situation.
The artwo This was a good one. If everyone’s running around in slightly-raggedy clothing, how does KK have fishnets in perfect working order? One of the clan members however, has seemingly gone rouge when a shotgun wielding girl shows up on their doorstep threatening vengeance for his actions. It was a pleasant surprise, given that I randomly stumbled upon this. Those strong characterizations and fleshed out world will make you want to keep reading, even if it is only spend a little more time in the lives of these fascinating FreakAngels.
Not everyone was a goody-goody, but the story wasn’t oppr “The best non-zombie post-apocalyptic coming-of-age-story I’ve read all year. Warren Ellis lives outside London, on the south-east coast of England, in case he needs to make a quick getaway. In fact, I would have done Quincy, so less of your freakangelz. McCoy rated it liked it Shelves: It’s still freely available online for God’s greakangels
Jan 07, Susanne rated it really liked it Recommends it for: One character new to the group asks Caz about this, and she replies: Twelve children with violent eyes, pale skin, and telepathic powers.
It did make me think that the remains of a ruined city, one that is still teeming with survivors getting on with their lives, are going to be a lot more colorful than I might imagine. Volume 1 is a great introduction that sets the stage for equally impressive volumes to come. All those who’ve read it have loved it. The story grew out of Ellis’ question as to what would have happened if the Midwich Cuckoos had survived and grown to “disaffected and confused twenty-one-year-olds.
Six years ago, twelve psychic children accidentally used their powers to flood the world. Except the FreakAngels have know each other all their lives. O Considering I’ve read exactly one pitcher book or “graphic novel” a term coined by all those comic book nerds to sound like a grown-up all year, I figured this was a nice place to start.
And then Quincy walks in. FreakAngels promo ad, artist Paul Duffield. It is dark and graphic at times – as posted on the site, recommended for mature audiences. Which begs the question, why aren’t more of you reading this? The comic is set in the London district of Whitechapel, now flooded with a good 20 feet of water, and populated by refugees. Archived copy as title All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from October Pages using deprecated image syntax.
I chose this graphic novel to review and study as an example for a comic class this last month, and let me say, I was enthralled.
FreakAngels Vol. 1 – Comics by comiXology
The art is really well done. Warren Ellis is really piquing my interest after having read Transmetropolitan. But the best compliment I can give this is that it really, really makes you want to read more. Why aren’t Frexkangels happy? Hmmmm, I love me my post-apocalypse. Warren Ellis writer Paul Duffield artist.