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  • Author:
    Brian Azzarello
  • ISBN:
    1563896451
  • ISBN13:
    978-1563896453
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  • Publisher:
    Vertigo; Gph edition (February 1, 2000)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
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    Graphic Novels
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100 Bullets is an American comic book published by DC Comics under its Vertigo imprint. Written by Brian Azzarello and illustrated by Eduardo Risso, the comic book ran for 100 issues and won the Eisner Award and Harvey Award

100 Bullets is an American comic book published by DC Comics under its Vertigo imprint. Written by Brian Azzarello and illustrated by Eduardo Risso, the comic book ran for 100 issues and won the Eisner Award and Harvey Award. Both the writing and artwork in 100 Bullets exemplifies the noir and pulp genres of popular modern fiction. Consistent with noir convention, most of the characters are deeply flawed.

Похожие книги: 100 Bullets vol. 2: Split Second Chance PB. Azzarello, Brian. 100 Bullets Book 2. Brian Azzarello. In the second hardcover collection of the acclaimed, a. т 10178. An original hardcover graphic novel that tells the sto. т 1734. 100 Bullets Vol. 13: Wilt. Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso's riveting crime sag. т 2406. Vertigo: First Cut. Various. Collecting the premiere issues of seven different Vert. т 339. Originally published in single magazine form as 100 Bullets, 1-5, Vertigo: winter's edge 3-T. Part of the 100 Bullets, Vol. 1 1999-2009 ( Series, 100 Balas ( Series, and Colección Vertigo: 100 Balas Series). Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781563896453. Release Date:February 2000. 1: First Shot, Last Call. by Brian Azzarello · Eduardo Risso. Written by Brian Azzarello; Art by Eduardo Risso, and Dave Johnson The second trade paperback in the 100 BULLETS line, this book resumes the tale of the mysterious Agent Graves who offers ordinary wronged people the opportunity to kill with impunity using. Muchas vidas, muchos Maestros – Brian Weiss. 137 Pages·2003·379 KB·31,923 Downloads·Spanish.

Brian Azzarello has been writing comics professionally since the mid-1990s. 2: split second chance. He is the author of SPACEMAN, BATMAN: BROKEN CITY and the Harvey and Eisner Award-winning 100 BULLETS, all created in collaboration with artist Eduardo Risso. Azzarello lives in Chicago with his wife, artist Jill Thompson, and twitters nazzarello only when he has something to say. Writer. 100 bullets book one. 100 bullets - vertigo crime sampler 100 bullets. 3: hang up on the hang low.

100 Bullets Vol 1 (1999-2009)(published by Vertigo). 100 Bullets is an Eisner and Harvey Award-winning comic book written by Brian Azzarello and illustrated by Eduardo Risso

100 Bullets Vol 1 (1999-2009)(published by Vertigo). 100 Bullets is an Eisner and Harvey Award-winning comic book written by Brian Azzarello and illustrated by Eduardo Risso. It is published by DC Comics under its Vertigo imprint and is set to run for one hundred issues. 100 Bullets: First Shot, Last Call (2001). 100 Bullets: Split Second Chance (2001). 100 Bullets: Hang Up on the Hang Low (2001). 100 Bullets: A Foregone Tomorrow (2002).

Presents the stories of several people who were seriously hurt before being approached by Agent Graves, who offered each a gun, one hundred untraceable bullets, and a convincing story about whomever betrayed them.

Fararala
I've been hearing about this graphic novel for what seems like a decade and after hearing that Tom Hardy was planning on turning it into a movie I decided to finally get this thing read! Like other amazing non-super hero graphic novels like Preacher and Transmetropolitan this first volume is good but not great. It's a solid foundation to be sure and it wouldn't even be fair to the novel to call it above average but at the same time there were some misfires that I thought took away from the volume and really it ony happened in the first story that centers on a just recently paroled former latino gang banger whose family was murdered while she was incarcerated. My problem with this story was really the dialogue which I thought was just laughably bad and I thought the whole story just wasn't very interesting unless Agent Graves or his unnamed cronie were on the scene. The other story and another small bookend were excellent though I have a feeling that these books are going to just get bet better and better. I would highly recommend them to anyone interested in graphic novels and even to those that are on the fence but just don't like their comics to be full of dumb costumes and capes.
Talrajas
Great premise for a series--a stranger shows up and presents a gun and 100 untraceable bullets to a person with a grudge. It's a license to kill, and the fun is in watching how the recipients handle their gift. Reminds me of the old 1950s TV show "The Millionaire" in which the mysterious Mr. Anthony gave out $1 million checks to average Joes. The artwork in FIRST SHOT, LAST CALL puts you right there--you can feel the grime of the barrio, smell the smoke and stale beer at the bar. I felt that the first story (Dizzy) was better than the second (Lee), but they both had the requisite grit and nasty to be quality noir. I'll be picking up other books in the series.
Llanonte
WOW. What can I say about this book? It's GREAT. The cover is great, and was probably the reason I decided to pick it up. I'm glad I did, because it's a fantastic story that had me hooked from the first page. The art inside isn't as impressive as the cover art, but it's still quite good, and not so cluttered that you can't understand what's happening in a panel, which is great because like I said, the story is the star of the show. I would liken this to something else, but I don't think I've encountered anything similar. Basically, if you enjoy street justice, moral dilemmas, conspiracies, and the main subject of a storyline NOT always winning, then this is definitely the book for you.
Sennnel
I didn't pick up this series when it first was released mostly because the 100 Bullets preview DC/Vertigo put out wasn't very good. But after a few months of critical acclaim, I was interesting in seeing what people raving about. To my surprise, this volume was better than the preview, ten fold. The impression the preview leaves, makes you think 100 Bullets was yet another episodic noir crime series, but there is a brilliant over-arcing conspiracy laden storyline that takes many unexpected turns and Brian Azzarello writes some mean and punchy dialogue. This is the type of book that will make you swear off superhero comics for good.
Nekora
I see no flaws with this book. Each story pivots its on way with suspense, drama, and unpredictable endings. I really loved how each chapter was a brand new "episode", that booked roles for anyone to relate to. I'd highly recommend this to anyone interested starting a graphic novel collection, or even for someone who's just looking for an intriguing read.
Dalarin
Not a bad read. Suspenseful and a nice plot premise. I didn't feel like this quite met my very high expectations in terms of story line and art.
Gavinranadar
No question...the series is a must for anyone who enjoys an excellent plot and detailed, serious illustrations. Volume 1 is intriguing and sets a foundation for things to come (and oh what delightful things do come!)

This series sneeaks up on you, as it initially feels like taking what you think is a shortcut, a road you've never taken before, just to avoid the traffic.

Volume 1 is when you first turn on the road...things look familiar to you and you think have an idea where the road is going, as you see your destination on the horizon. Then you realize (by the end of Volume 1) that this road starts to lead you away from familiar territory...and suddenly you are in dangerous, alien territory. There is no exit in sight, the cell phone don't work, and you can't turn back. Nothing to do but enjoy the ride!

Best series I have read in a long time. Volume 1 is the start of the ultimate mindjob.

If you liked the intricacies of novels like Sleeper or DMZ, you are off to a great start on a fantastic series with Volume 1.
Strong story that was well crafted. It drew me in and kept me reading. The art was interesting, particularly the artist's use of negative images. The story needed some more exposition, but I guess that is what a serial comic is for. I will be reading the next ones.