Crossed, Vol. 9

  • Title: Crossed, Vol. 9
  • Author: Simon Spurrier Daniel Way Gabriel AndradeJr. Emiliano Urdinola
  • ISBN: 9781592912261
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Paperback
  • Crossed Vol Two very different Crossed scribes open new wounds in the miserable world of the Crossed Daniel Way introduces a naval captain and his crew as they attempt to survive the plague of insanity spreading
    Two very different Crossed scribes open new wounds in the miserable world of the Crossed Daniel Way introduces a naval captain and his crew as they attempt to survive the plague of insanity spreading across the globe in Grave New World He s a shrewd man and watching the monsters has given him an insightful plan for saving those in his charge But whether it s inspiratiTwo very different Crossed scribes open new wounds in the miserable world of the Crossed Daniel Way introduces a naval captain and his crew as they attempt to survive the plague of insanity spreading across the globe in Grave New World He s a shrewd man and watching the monsters has given him an insightful plan for saving those in his charge But whether it s inspiration or insanity, the crew still faces the gleeful misery of the Crossed And Simon Spurrier returns to tell a tale set in the infected outback Todd drives a road train through the desolate Australian desert Before C day he was a loser, an outcast, a fat nobody with a nobody job Now he s an Emperor of the wasteland His rig and its trailers are the safest place around stocked to the brim with canned food and gasoline But his desire to have a harem who worship him opens himself up to the true horrors of the outback In the world of Crossed there is no help There is no hope There s only the Crossed This volume collects Crossed Badlands 44 49 and the Crossed Special 2013.

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    1. First story, which takes up the bulk of the volume, is pretty terrible. The second one isn't bad at all. Average of the two: three stars.

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    2. A group of survivors are using a ship to get around in the story I enjoyed least so far in the series. The captain's goal is to settle a fortification near New Orleans. The idea is embraced by the crew, but they still fear him for the draconic way he runs the ship. (view spoiler)[The way to the future settlement goes through a large concentration of crossed. Not all of the survivors make it, but they hope for a better life there. The captain again enforces laws that divide the people. The crosse [...]

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    3. It wasn't complete rubbish, but this certainly wasn't the Crossed we all know and love

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    4. I'm giving this 4 stars because of the last story.The first story was interesting only if you're trying to compare apples to oranges, then trying to make a banana smoothie out of it.Bottom line, pushed far enough, I suppose, human nature and all the base instincts that make up such nature turn to perversion if denied for too long or forced to act in a way abhorrent to one's sensibilities.The line btw the Crossed and "normal" human beings were ambiguous, at best.Of course, this was the point.In t [...]

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    5. This was my least favorite volume so far.In the first story we have the captain of a Navy Ship undertaking some sort of weird religious mission to repopulate the Earth. Just didn't grab me really.In the second, we have an Australia guy with a big rig putting together his own private harem in the outback. Total jerk and annoying. I didn't care for the narrative style in this one.The art is still good, that part has been consistent.One thing that's starting to wear thin about this series is the la [...]

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    6. Il racconto più lungo, a firma Daniel Way, è quello meno interessante, perchè pur non rinunciando al suo percorso di follia, come da tradizione di Crossed, non spinge a fondo nella introspezione dei personaggi. La storia in questo caso parla di un gruppo agli ordini di un ex militare, che finisce con lo sfaldarsi a poco a poco, sotto il peso della folle teoria purificante del leader. Il secondo racconto, a firma Spurrier, è più ficcante e interessante: resoconto della pazza corsa di un conv [...]

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    7. I only read the story of the ship which although it had the potential to be one of the best, but as a couple of guys said, this was the least enjoyable, I lost the plot from the beginning because one things: most of the girls and the boys look the same.

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    8. If it wasn't for the Simon Spurrier story, this book would've gotten 1 Star. Seriously, the six issues by Daniel Way are a disaster--no distinguishable protagonist(s), characters doing malicious things without any clear motivation, abandoned subplots, a narrative passage that shows up in the first issue then never returns. We see a character brutally murder a lover-comrade, then in the next scene get raped, having seemingly lost all understanding of self-defense. That's just one puddle of the me [...]

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    9. In general I really like it, everything in this volume like the characters, the plot, the art work it's amazing, but the most astonishing thing of this volume It's the story "The Wizard Of Aus"."The Wizard Of Aus" was fantastic, and in my opinion they could write an entire book using the same characters.

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    10. Crossed will be Crossed, and while I adore the series, this is perhaps the lowest it's ever been. The art style is still gory, visceral, and primal; the story, however, remains banal, dreary and feels as if it took effort to read all the way through. Read if you're a Crossed purist, like me. Otherwise, you can safely skip this volume.

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    11. Not too bad but not not good either. Nice art, but the stories were too long, streched too thin.

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    12. This was a longer story but not really as interesting as others I have read. As before, don't read this. You've been warned.

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    13. 2.5/5Y vuelve a decaer. Muchísimo.

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    14. The second story was gold.

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    15. Wizard of Aus was the stand out story here but overall it's a fairly average volume. Not bad by any means but not amazing either!

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    16. Review later. I'm behind on my record keeping :D

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