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Raptor: A Sokol Graphic Novel (edició 2021)
de Dave McKean (Autor), Dave McKean (Il·lustrador)
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Raptor: A Sokół Graphic Novel de Dave McKean
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A visual tour-de-force graphic novel from artist and writer Dave McKean (Black Dog, The Sandman). The Raptor, Sokol, flickers between two worlds: a feudal fantastical landscape where he must hunt prey to survive, and Wales in the late 1800s where a writer of supernatural tales mourns the passing of his young wife. He exists between two states, the human and the hawk. He lives in the twilight between truth and lies, life and death, reality and the imagination. World Fantasy, Harvey, British Science Fiction Association, and V+A Book Award winner Dave McKean's first creator-owned character is a wandering spirit for our times. This deluxe, oversized hardcover edition with an exclusive signed tip-in illustration is perfect for fans of Dave McKean's beautiful art who want to experience Raptor in large-scale glory.
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)741.5 — The arts Graphic arts and decorative arts Drawing & drawings Cartoons, Caricatures, Comics
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He seems to have two different, and mostly unresolved storylines going on. The first is a 19th century author grieving for his lost wife and trying to find a way through the grief. Of the two storylines, this one seems to be the slightly better told one. Then there's the hunter, battling monsters for pay, however the story seems to be more about politics and leaders and the ones that want to lead, shouldn't, the ones that don't, perhaps should...though there's a single panel on the last page which, to me, also seems to support the "absolute power corrupts absolutely" theory.
Anyway, I read it, and was confused, but I marveled at the gorgeous art. So, five stars for one, one star for the other. ( )