Animal Man Integral

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  • Title: Animal Man Integral
  • Author: Grant Morrison Chas Truog Tom Grummett Brian Bolland
  • ISBN: 9788467498684
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Hardcover

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Animal Man Integral

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  1. Spoilers I can understand why so many people like this comic It s by far one of the strangest and most unique comic I ve read so far, even compared to Morrison s Doom Patrol.Morrison was definitely on something strong when he wrote this, but surprisingly it work really well.Buddy s Animal Man super powers come across as really lame at first and later on you realise how powerful he is At one point he is captured and sealed in a room with no animals around him to replicate and he does something sp [...]


  2. Grant Morrison, why do you make my life so hard I love some of your stuff Then you get cosmic and I can t love you any It s like we re dating You re a super hot Scottish lady for readers here, Grant Morrison is Scottish So I ve decided to turn his work into a Scottish woman I m dating I kept the geography, lopped off the anatomy and you re great, but every three days you drop acid and then I can t fucking stand hanging out with you because while you re still sort of sexy and interesting god, I m [...]


  3. Much easier to read and enjoyable than his Doom Patrol I also liked the the final issue were Buddy meets Grant Morrison and Buddy is begging for his family back and Grant Morrison couldn t give a shit because they re dead and it s just comics and it added drama Poor Buddy.


  4. It s terrific to have Morrison s amazing Animal Man run in a single volume with great reproduction of the original artwork.The storyline itself gets the most praise for its fun and very innovative look at creators, the created, and the fourth wall, something that Morrison sets up very early in The Coyote Gospel 5 and continues through to the last issue 26 In fact, I think those are the two best issues of the run However, his normal superhero issues are quite good too They re well written, and he [...]


  5. This one came so close to a five star review I had never even heard of Animal Man until I was browsing graphic novels comics at our local library Seeing an omnibus, or complete collection, of any comic is always a cause for excitement as I will supposedly get the full story And that is really true here You get some really neat stories that all tie together and come to a very interesting conclusion with great artwork supporting the whole thing The ending was somewhat of a rub for me While I liked [...]


  6. I was sure I d read this at some point over the years, but turns out I hadn t This was one of the ground breaking runs in comics in the late 80s and early 90s and one of the neatest things about it is that once the weird, meta things really start happening toward the end, you can go back to the earlier issues and see just how carefully Morrison had it all plotted out from the very beginning The artwork is a bit sketchy from our current perspective, but it does the story justice Glad to finally c [...]



  7. 52 piqued my interest in several heroes, but the one that I found the most intriguing was Animal Man So, I went looking for his best stories and found that this was a must read This time, the internet was absolutely correct I ve gone on to read the current series by Jeff Lemire Animal Man, Vol 1 The Hunt, and it is also great.This book has a few different sections with the beginning establishing Buddy Baker as Animal Man dealing with being a superhero family man The whole superhero having a fami [...]


  8. So, how to talk about this without spoiling it Basically, you need to read it.If you ve ever read any of Morrison s stuff before, typically there are lots of off the wall ideas and out of the box thinking in a story that barely makes sense, but then at the end it all comes together I ve never figured out if Morrison has it planned out from the beginning or he s magically able to pull random concepts and story elements together and have them make sense.Either way the story comes to a conclusion t [...]


  9. If you like meta, this is the comic to read Grant Morrison began his mainstream career with this 26 issue run on a b list DC character right after Crisis on Infinite Earths when the whole lineup was shaken up before that was an annual occurrence like comics today If you have ever read Grant, you know he is bonkers Really, that s the best word for it His writing is always mind bending and stretches outside the box, sometimes to a point where it becomes difficult to understand Well, that is not th [...]


  10. This was FANTASTIC One of the best Grant Morrison books I ve read in a long time Usually Morrison can get very confusing at times, but this one is written clearly You can also see all the influences other comic books had after this one was finished, especially with the entire fourth wall concept I found it funny how the character in the book viewed us as the reader calling us perverts sometimes If you like the fourth wall concept, this one is one of the good ones Many comics try to attempt it, b [...]


  11. With the daily terror going on against the weakest and most vulnerable amongst us, it s clear that the world needs an animal rights superhero While the subject of animal rights has been tackled a few other times in the comics medium, it is still a rare subject to see, despite its timely nature.As with many of Morrison s comics, ANIMAL MAN eventually throws us into an existential crisis as the hero discovers he is nothing but a character and he meets his maker literally I do wish that Animal Man [...]


  12. This was a strange one Kind of disjointed, bopping back and forth between timelines and parallels and storylinesde the story difficult to follow Then it went down a morose path from which there seemed to be no return The author did bring it together by a proclaimed deus ex machina which was not satisfying The artwork was okay, the color palette was off pink blood and it wore me out when reading I felt sorry for Animal Man throughout most of it as the author struggled his way through the story, w [...]


  13. I remember liking Animal Man way back when they first came out Re reading all these years later Not so much Didn t even finish the book If you re a Grant Morrison fan like I am, you should give this book a shot.


  14. Wow I really didn t expect to like this as much as I did All of Morrison s preachiness aside, the fourth wall breaking was some of the most masterful writing I ve ever seen of this kind Brilliantly done.


  15. When Grant Morrison was given the Animal Man title to reinvent in the late 80s, he at first tried in earnest to put good natured everybro Buddy Baker through the same paces a lot of superheroes were enduring during that time, giving him a realistic attitude toward his fantastical abilities, and an environmental activist soapbox to stand on Soon, however, he swerved from this path, and turned Buddy s story into a psychedelic odyssey which also functioned as a metafictional meditation on the chan [...]


  16. Grant Morrison no deja de sorprenderme con cada obra suya que leo The Coyote Gospel en el Animal Man 5 es una de las mejores historias cortas no s lo en el g nero, si no incluso me atrever a a decir, en la literatura Y su personaje principal no es otra cosa que una parodia de Wile E Coyote.Y pocas veces he visto una representaci n tan dolorosa del duelo como en el 20 The last enemy.En fin Morrison tom a un personaje oscuro y casi olvidado y no solo lo revitaliz , tambi n lo convirti en un portav [...]


  17. Quite the interesting read A wild and rip roaring ride through a bunch of destinations and stories The art was good and the story made me feel part hilarious and part empathetic It does get a bit meta towards the end, but it s too funny now seeing the Area of Lost Characters.






  18. It s a little uneven, but this is Morrison s best execution of a complex idea in a comic Morrison fans call this accessible and while it might be accessible by the standards of a Morrison comic its certainly not a breezy read If you want something fourth wall breaking and intelligent, pick this up Although, I can see people being put off by the first 10 issues or so.


  19. Before I get into anything about the book itself, let s admit that this omnibus really stretches the limits of my bedside reading shelf This is the type of book that could do serious damage if you were reading in bed, fell asleep, and let it hit you in the face.Not that there s much danger of falling asleep with this book.Honestly, there s a lot in this book that feels by turns either historical or masturbatory a Historical When Animal Man becomes a vegetarian, maybe that was a big deal in 1989, [...]


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  21. Rad Morrison takes an on face goofy superhero and vests him with some real ethical force and struggles, in a way that feels deeply personal to Morrison and the character Animal Man is a guy who can take on the abstracted abilities of nearby animals such as flight from birds, disproportionate strength from ants, etc but without their physical characteristics Morrison asks how that would change your outlook, and arrives at a hero who becomes deeply involved in animal activism, even in ways outside [...]


  22. Animal Man is possibly the most late 80s early 90s thing I ve ever read It starts with a four issue arc that sets up the Animal Man concept and introduces him to animal rights activism It s mostly very good, but has a terrible subplot where rednecks menace his wife and threaten to rape her which is a pretty egregious example of the women in refrigerators trope Then with issue 5, Morrison goes batshit crazy and introduces the other main conceptual thread of the book a meta textual treatment of co [...]


  23. Grant Morrison senza dubbio uno dei pi noti autori di fumetti dell emisfero occidentale, ha scritto storie per entrambe le major americane, tutto sommato con pi alti che bassi Negli ultimi anni pi noto per le sue diatribe abilmente costruite contro Alan Moore che per il suo lavoro come sceneggiatore Questo lavoro andato sempre pi evolvendo, negli ultimi venti anni circa, verso uno stile incentrato sugli enormi colpi di scena, su situazioni gonfiate, spesso senza solide basi, sull azione a tutto [...]


  24. The Animal Man omnibus collects the entirety of Grant Morrison s tenure on the series, and is an impressive hardcover But does the story still hold up Animal Man was one of the pre Vertigo comics that DC put out in the aftermath of Watchmen that treated super heroes differently The character himself was obscure, rarely used, and Morrison used that obscurity to mold a new kind of story in comics The character himself became a kind of working class super hero with a wife, kids and an origin story [...]


  25. I m giving this book a date, meaning it s included in my annual challenge score, both because it s a canonical run and because it s flipping huge.I m glad I read it it s one of those titles like Sandman or Preacher that alt nerds of a certain age are familiar with and have likely read I was curious what the fuss was about.I don t want to spoil it but it goes into some really weird places Other people have tread that ground before but I think this is one of the better versions And the finding act [...]