Keeping the World Strange:A Planetary Guide

Keeping the World Strange A Planetary Guide A snowflake that describes the multiverse A team of archaeologists with a mystery benefactor A century of pulp heroes atomic ants kung fu ghosts and ships that sail between universes Villains who h

  • Title: Keeping the World Strange:A Planetary Guide
  • Author: CodyWalker Timothy Callahan Ean Moody Julian Darius A. David Lewis Patrick Meaney Chad Nevett Ross Payton
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  • Page: 278
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  • A snowflake that describes the multiverse A team of archaeologists with a mystery benefactor A century of pulp heroes, atomic ants, kung fu ghosts, and ships that sail between universes Villains who hide these wonders from a world they have sold to an unfathomable alien intelligence And the man, born with the 20th century, who alone can save the world and his lost friA snowflake that describes the multiverse A team of archaeologists with a mystery benefactor A century of pulp heroes, atomic ants, kung fu ghosts, and ships that sail between universes Villains who hide these wonders from a world they have sold to an unfathomable alien intelligence And the man, born with the 20th century, who alone can save the world and his lost friend.These are the elements of PLANETARY In telling its story, creators Warren Ellis and John Cassaday uncovered the secret history of the super hero genre and helped point towards its future, as well as just perhaps our ownEPING THE WORLD STRANGE A PLANETARY GUIDE excavates all of this, as well as future studies, revisionism, decompression, whether the characters are proactive or reactive, and other topics This book offers an archaeology of the archaeologists, and its essays allow us to see the snowflake like structure of the series from new angles PLANETARY lives and grows in these pages.From Sequart Research Literacy Organization More info at Sequart

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    1. This book is an interesting look at not only the series known as Planetary but also at the comic book genre in general. It made me think about comics in ways I never had before and pointed out many of the philosophical differences that I never saw. I now have a deeper appreciation for comics and one series in particular.Over all I wish I could have found more issues of the comic than I did when it was running and now I think I may have to go and look for the issues I missed.


    2. While one would have hoped for an intricate and vivid dissection of the comic books series "Planetary" in this book, like the ones Sequart has produced about past works, this one was still rather interesting.Essays from a number of voices examine all sorts of aspects of Warren Ellis' masterpiece, touching on some that even repeat readers may have never even considered.A great companion to an absolutely stellar work of sequential art and one that I'd recommend to ANY fan of "Planetary".


    3. I have only become an aficionado of Planetary recently. The comics ran from the early 2000s to 2009 as a bimonthly consisting of a total of 27 issues. Rather than being a superhero comic, this is about finding the secret history of everything super-hero. One of its greatest concepts is the multiverse, described as "a theoretical snowflake existing in 196,833 dimensional space.‚ÄĚThis book, Keeping the World Strange: A Planetary Guide, is a gallimaufry of articles written by other aficionados abo [...]


    4. I wanted to like this more than I did. There were some reasonably coherent pieces and even one that took a few chances and really went somewhere. A lot of text was spent on the three crossover issues, the split between the first and second "halves" of the story, and the inconsistent release schedule. There's little new for a Planetary fan, here. And there's nothing to engage a new reader.


    5. This book is a collection of essays about Warren Ellis' and John Cassady's graphic novel series, Planetary. The essays are of varying quality, with some only skimming the surface of the series, and others getting pretty in-depth into the underpinnings of the series, what makes it tick, and its place in comics history and relation to other graphic novels. I'd recommend it for big Planetary fans - if you haven't read Planetary, or didn't love it, there's no need to read this.


    6. Some great essays, one terrible one. The best ones weren't about Planetary so much as comics in general, and I have to say, one of the things I'd have really liked - a reference guide - was absent. Ah well.


    7. An interesting set of essays about the excellent comic book series Planetary, makes you think even more on the various ideas raised in the series run.







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