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This is the issue Omni-man finally shows his true self. Mark at first listens, tries to grasp it all, but in the end refuses to see it the way his father does. Humans are not to be slaves, they are to make their own future, and Mark will fight for us. Even if it mea This is when my love for this series truly began. Even if it means going against his father. His dad's thoughts? Well he about to fuck shit up. Including his own son.
This volume has some fun moments leading up to the final showdown. It also is heartbreaking to see Mark getting tossed around like a weakling when his father goes on his rampage. However, it hits even harder with Mark trying to reach his father through the entire fight.
So yeah, this is it, this is the turning point, this is when things get real good. If you were unsure about enjoying this series in volume , check this out, you will NOT be disappointed. May 23, Bradley rated it it was amazing Shelves: graphic-novels , fantasy , sci-fi , shelf. And this is it. The defining moment the REST of us freaked out about at the end of the first season of the tv show, all here for us to see in its original comic glory.
Talk about messed up. Yes, this is one of those rare examples where the show outdoes the original material and it never goes off the rails. The show intensifies the core and the feel a And this is it. The show intensifies the core and the feel and improves the timing.
But seriously, the comic allowed it all to happen, so daaaammmmnnnnn. Jan 30, Caroline rated it liked it Shelves: comics. To be truthful, the reason I keep reading this book is that the hardcovers are really pretty and easily available at the library. I do tend to like the supervillain plots, but find the relationship stuff to be tedious as hell. WHICH personality-less girl should the self-centered hero get with?
There's a lot to admire about this book. Unfortunately, I kept getting distracted by the way that the author is running a clinic in how to fail the Bechdel test two women having a conversation about somethi To be truthful, the reason I keep reading this book is that the hardcovers are really pretty and easily available at the library.
Unfortunately, I kept getting distracted by the way that the author is running a clinic in how to fail the Bechdel test two women having a conversation about something besides a man, at SOME POINT in the book. I wish I was kidding. This isn't a situation where I feel like the author's never met a woman, but it is one where I feel like he's never thought about what they are saying or thinking when he's not in the room.
I'm still finishing the book, it's fairly engaging, I just had to get that rant out. View 1 comment. Oct 10, Benji Glaab rated it really liked it. This series has really hit it's stride. One of the main reasons I pick this series is I was looking for a huge run.
Kirkman really likes his long running stories maybe I'll finish Walking dead off some day also. Aug 08, Usaame Ahmed rated it really liked it. The first two volumes felt kind of slow, but at this point the story takes and I quote "a drastic turn for the worse" in a good way.. Feb 19, Wing Kee rated it really liked it. This is when the book gets interesting. World: Solid art that still sets the tone wonderfully.
When this book needed to get heavy the art really stepped up. The world building is good. It's still very intimate and tied to Mark but the scope got bigger in a good way. Story: The story takes a turn that sets this story up for awesome drama. This was when the book took hold of me last time and the turn is good. It's an interesting choice and the teen drama still gets good but the extra layer makes f This is when the book gets interesting.
It's an interesting choice and the teen drama still gets good but the extra layer makes for some great superhero stuff. The tone and the humor is nice to balance it and the human drama is the best part about this book. Characters: This is the arc where Mark becomes an interesting character.
His choices from here on out is him and defines who he is. It's still very to type for superheroes but the landscape he is in is interesting. The rest of the characters are also good with Mum taking an interesting position that is great for story. I am avoiding the bombshell cause readers need to experience this. This is the point where this book finds it's own identity. Onward to the next book! Apr 26, Paz R. What will you have after five hundred years?!
You dad. I'd still have you. The last three issues here, ugh, so good. Original review: 4. First reaction: Well I want to write so much about this volume because it was amazing, because it changed the whole direction of the story, but I won't 'cause it' What will you have after five hundred years?!
I want to write so much about this volume because it was amazing, because it changed the whole direction of the story, but I won't 'cause it'd ALL be spoilers. So what I will say is this: What happened in these five issues were such a contrast to the first two volumes. This opens so many doors for what's to come, the dynamics and view of our heroes and beloved characters are going to change from now on and I can't wait to know what's gonna happen.
This is why I started reading Invincible, for this moment and let me tell you Perfect Strangers doesn't disappoint. Please, please, if you're planning to read this series you have to read the first 13 issues. Like I said before, everything changes here, it is painful and shocking. It is surprising and quite graphic. What happens in these issues will affect you and it will because Kirkman made an excellent job with the first two volumes of introducing the characters and their dynamic, of letting you knowing them, of letting you appreciate and care for them.
Like I said in my previous reviews, the greatness and the strength of Invincible lie in the characters and the relationship between them and that's why this revelation was fantastic and so powerful. Good job Kirkman. I'm really getting used to the artwork, I'm enjoying it and appreciating it so much more now. Because there were so many dark and dramatic moments, there were a lot of graphic, bloody scenes and those panels were as powerful as the dialogue was.
The action and fight scenes were great, but the last issue, with my favorite alien, was beautiful to watch. The art by Ottley adds so much to the tone of the comic as a whole. Also, can we talk about the great and hilarious moment at the beginning of the volume where Mark meets his favorite graphic novel writer?
What a funny, meta moment. I was laughing so hard and, of course, it was too a nod to what was to come, a lot of panels were ''recycled'' in this volume and I personally loved it. It was much more impactful that way, learning the truth through familiar panels, taking what you already knew and shattering that illusion, bravo for that amazing storytelling choice.
Apr 14, Raghav Bhatia rated it liked it. I would much rather have this drastic change be revealed more, well, drastically. Dec 12, J. It's still moving really slow for being 13 issues deep into the series, and I'm still perturbed by the use of repeating panels, but finally some of the plot is revealing itself to the reader, and I can honestly say Kirkman dropped a pretty darn good and unexpected surprise in "Perfect Strangers.
One of the reasons I've been struggling with this series is because I don't find the main character all that believable. He seems very flat. But finally Kirkman gave the kid a pair of kuyons. He's standing his ground against a major life-changer and for that alone I'm starting to at least become somewhat more interested.
I think I only groaned with contempt maybe once while reading this, which is better than last issue, consisting of at least two groans and an eye roll. Let's see, shall we? Jun 26, Baba rated it liked it Shelves: young-adult , scifi. The Guardians are dead!
What next for Invincible and his fellow young heroes, will they be asked to fill the gap? And what will Mark do when the truth is laid out in front of him! It was around this part of the series when I know that there was a lot more to it than the first volume indicated.
Getting better now with 7 out of Sep 16, T. Preston rated it really liked it. Now we're talking! The pacing is still a little too fast for my liking, but this is when the fun truly begins. Everything from this point forward is gold. It blows me away how good a job the show did of adapting this stuff.
I can't wait to see how well they handle the rest of the source material coming up. Seth Rogen as Allen the Alien is the best casting ever. Apr 15, James Rodrigues rated it really liked it. Okay, I'm fully on-board now. Robert Kirkman doesn't hang about here, delivering an exceptional turn in the story which has much promise for the future. I'm fully invested in Mark's story, and am loving the humour, with Bi-Plane's cameo being one of the funniest things I've seen in a while.
Mar 22, Maria Kramer rated it really liked it Shelves: teen , ebook , graphic-novel , superheroes. And here comes the twist! I like it a lot - it elevates the story above the usual teen superhero drama.
Jun 10, David Dalton rated it really liked it. Oh boy, A whole new direction for our hero! Things get real! Jun 07, Brad Jennings rated it really liked it. Another good read. I'm still comparing to the tv show and there are a few differences in the comic. I think I'm about to get into some content I haven't seen before, which should be fun. May 28, Michael Church rated it it was amazing Shelves: image. This is the reason I picked this book up, apparently.
I had friends raving to me about how much I would love it and I'm hooked now. The way the reveal is done is excellent. The aftermath, the battle, all of it is the right level of intensity. I think Kirkman really portrayed the difficulty of the situation quite well.
Each is convinced the other is wrong based on their own history. Each believes the other disagrees only because they haven't had enough time to see it from the other THIS! Each believes the other disagrees only because they haven't had enough time to see it from the other side. Like any fight, things are said and done which will cause regret and will leave damage and pain far more reaching than desired.
Volume 3 is the catalyst for what's to come. It changes Mark's role in the world, shakes up his family dynamic, changes the world's view of heroes. It does a lot of really serious, important stuff. But it's still fun. One of my favorite gags is Mark meeting his favorite comic book author at an impromptu signing at his comic shop. They exchange some lines about the cheapness of repeating panels that have already been used Some may find that frustrating, I found it hysterical. It's actually even MORE appropriate when it comes into play a little later while a new origin story is revealed.
A lot of previous panels from the first origin are recycled. I think this is exactly the opposite of lazy. Did Kirkman know when he had Walker draw those panels that he'd be recycling them for this exact reason? Who knows.
If he did, damn that man can plan. And kudos for how well they fit into both stories so well. If not, then damn that man can adapt and kudos for how well he was able to make them fit into the second story. This is the part of the series that made me get excited for the book.
I love what's happened so far and can't wait for the rest to unravel. It's another book that, even though there's so much payoff with the main story, sets up a number of subplots. It's like any great mystery, or story for that matter: the real payoff doesn't come from seeing the main central storyline come to a close.
It comes from seeing every little loose end find a way to weave into one another and finally finish off with something meaningful that adds to the overall narrative. That is where Invincible and Kirkman find their strengths. I also love many of the little nods to themselves and to what they love.
Science Dog is everywhere. Bulletproof the original concept for Invincible is introduced as a supporting character. I knew I would like this book because my friends haven't steered me wrong yet. I had no idea how much I would like it. Peaking at some of the current issues and goings-on, I know there's only more awesomeness to expect. Jul 12, Dr Rashmit Mishra rated it it was amazing Shelves: comics-graphic-novel.
What I Liked : It's strange that I always start with "what I liked" , what to do when you only have "things you liked" to talk about? This IS IT! The Issue where I can't find any thing that I "didn't Like". Up until this point in the Invincible comics , the story was all about a coming of age story for the titular character , with a satirical look into the world of superhero comics. It was all a fresh , joy filled new representation in the superhero comics genre.
Then What I Liked : It's strange that I always start with "what I liked" , what to do when you only have "things you liked" to talk about? Then this comic arrived and everything changed. A massive reveal in this book that really changed everything. The fun is discarded for the sake of a dark turn in the story , and while we did expect this moment to come , after all the events started out in the Vol. With really awesome action and emotional turmoils for the readers to enjoy at the same time and man I just can't stop feeling sorry for Mark's Mom.
Even towards the end the whole response of the Super-secret-S. D-esque people was very refreshing and different even logical. The art really grew on me and I got the confirmation that indeed the improvement and consistency in the art style was due to the change in the illustrator. Conclusion: Honestly I just can't find anything wrong that this book did , absolutely enjoyed the hell out of this book.
Feb 23, Patrick rated it really liked it. What the actual? After two lackluster-at-best volumes for setup, we now have the bite of the story. And it bit deep and ferociously. I refuse to spoil in reviews, so here's what I'll say The volume kicks off with some solid humor.
Maybe it's a little campy, but it worked for me and I was picking up what it was laying down. Then, if you paid any attention all to the first two volumes, you knew what was coming for the majority of the main story beats the rest of this volume. Except, the execut What the actual? Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. Sort order. Start your review of Return to Tipasa. Jul 21, Cind rated it it was amazing Shelves: food-for-thought , french , classics , favourites , essays.
Scoured the internet and finally found both the French and English versions of this essay. After reading both, I have to admit that the original French retains a certain melody that the English translation lacks. View 1 comment. Jun 01, Artemis rated it it was amazing Shelves: fav-books. Maybe the best essay I've ever read Maybe the best essay I've ever read Jun 12, Ekta rated it it was amazing. Oh, how he keeps coming back to it and narrating as a lover's agony of parting from the beloved to join them years later only to part again in some time for a misfortu "That distance, those years separating the warm ruins from the barbed wire were to be found in me, too, that day as I stood before the sarcophaguses full of black water or under the sodden tamarisks" Camus is nostalgic in this one and makes me reminisce my most loved place, which isn't the same over years of aging along with me.
Oh, how he keeps coming back to it and narrating as a lover's agony of parting from the beloved to join them years later only to part again in some time for a misfortune befallen. I heard that; I also listened to the happy torrents rising within me. The vivid imagery descriptions along with his feels entangled.
Camus is one capable of delineating any emotion possible. Oh, how absurd! How simply he conveys that we are a society dying of the misfortune of not loving and way too much hatred! How beautifully he conveys where the secret of his tranquility lies and where he wishes to return eventually! How phenomenal is Camus! Ending this on another quote from the book, For there is merely bad luck in not being loved; there is misfortune in not loving.
Aug 23, C rated it it was amazing. And you passed Between the rocky gates of the seas; And now you sleep on a foreign shore. Then there was Camus: It is a time of exile, dry lives, dead souls. To come back to life, we need grace, a homeland, or to forget ourselves.
On certain mornings, as we turn a corner, an exquisite dew falls on our heart and then vanishes. But the freshness lingers, and this, always, is what the heart needs. I had to come back once again. And me: Is being an immigrant the same as an exile? Is there any difference for being voluntary? In the end, the cleavage is inconsolable. One is two, and never whole. View all 3 comments. Dec 31, Alexa Mognon rated it it was amazing.
Camus is at his best here. An absolutely beautiful and poetic piece about discovering the "invincible summer" that has always lied within you. It is not a particular moment in your past or a goal you have for your future, but it is something you have inside. Those beautiful, absurd, moments where you feel most connected to your soul and living and you feel a blissful joy This is a life-changing piece and a wonderful gift from Camus.
Nov 26, Tiff Gibbo rated it it was amazing. Evocative and heartfelt. I find myself, as always, awed at the way Albert Camus writes. Dec 03, Simon deVeer rated it it was amazing Shelves: philosophy. Dec 20, Carrotcakie rated it it was amazing.
For there is merely bad luck in not being loved; there is misfortune in not loving. All of us, today, are dying of t - "When one has once had the good luck to love intensely, life is spent in trying to recapture that ardor and that illumination. All of us, today, are dying of this misfortune. For violence and hatred dry up the heart itself; the long fight for justice exhausts the love that nevertheless gave birth to it.
In the clamor in which we live, love is impossible and justice does not suffice. This is why Europe hates daylight and is only able to set injustice up against injustice. But in order to keep justice from shriveling up like a beautiful orange fruit containing nothing but a bitter, dry pulp, I discovered once more at Tipasa that one must keep intact in oneself a freshness, a cool wellspring of joy, love the day that escapes injustice, and return to combat having won that light.
Mar 04, Samir rated it it was amazing. I can claim to have read quite a few essays, however I cannot claim to have read an essay as lyrical and as soul-searching as "In the middle of winter, I at last discovered that there was in me an invincible summer.
I can claim to have read quite a few essays, however I cannot claim to have read an essay as lyrical and as soul-searching as 'Return to Tipasa'. I will rest my case at that. Saying anything more would amount to saying too much, which I fear I already have, about something that demands to be experienced by a reader for oneself. Sep 13, Lori Thurman rated it it was amazing. Reading Camus now is a completely different experience at every stage of my life.
What I found in his prose in my teens, then early twenties, is completely different now that I am in my 30s. A true master of the written word, and of capturing the human conditi "To be sure, it is sheer madness, almost always punished, to return to the sites of one's youth and try to relive at forty what one loved or keenly enjoyed at twenty. A true master of the written word, and of capturing the human condition.
Jun 27, Soumyadip Ray rated it it was amazing. Return to Tipasa is itself a masterpiece. Camus is a bit nostalgic here. Tipasa helps him to recapture his early days. He is so amazed by the grace of Tipasa that he says he can disown the garish monuments of European culture. The summer and the humidity of nature can last at the end of time but not the human-made lusts. Camus cognizance may rattle the walls of mansions and tombs and the triumph is of eternal beauty.
Mar 31, Jane rated it it was amazing. Every now and then is always a wonderful discovery.
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