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The Illustrated Roger Zelazny

Produkttyp: Quellenmaterial ¸ Buch mit 100 Seiten für [Amber Diceless]

Sprache: Englisch

Verlag: Baronet Pub. Co.

Preis: unbekannt

Erstveröffentlichung: 1978

Rezension: keine vorhanden

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What you hold in your hand is nothing less than a ground-breaking experiment in graphic science fiction. Each of the five fantasies in this book are developed in a different way. At least two systems of graphic storytelling have never been seen before in this country.
The Illustrated Zelazny is a high quality effort to move the framework and focus of the graphic story in new and more sophisticated directions. At the same time¸ this book is intended to be fun for the reader. Hopefully youll get a kick out of the visual tricks played within it.
With the exception of Shadowjack¸ an original story scripted just for the book¸ all of the tales here are well-loved Roger Zelazny standards. A Rose for Ecclesiastes¸ which Gray Morrow has illustrated in magnificent color¸ is an intricate and sensitive fantasy about the first Earth poet on Mars. The Doors of His Face is an adventurous tour de force¸ an epic sea hunt on another planet The Furies is Rogers hat trick; philosophical¸ mythical and straight heroic fantasy mingled with four very different yet strangely sympathetic characters. Ted Sturgeon has said it leaves you gasping with a fable in your hands.
Both Roger and Gray possess a special sense of the fantastic. If the work in this book doesnt leave you gasping¸ then at least youll laugh¸ smile or nod your head with an enthusiastic Yeah! So be prepared for over 60 pages of color and a score of sensational black-and-white...

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