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The complete Second Stage Turbine Blade epic, collected in its entirety for the first time! 350 pages of science fiction wonder from the genius of Coheed & Cambria creative force Claudio Sanchez! The story that has captured the attention of millions of fans worldwide is found here in one volume, overflowing with images of terror and wonder! Featuring never-before-seen bonus material!


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Well, Well, Well... 14 mai 2008
Par G. Joyce - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Obviously the other person who reviewed this product has never heard of "non-linear storytelling"...or of the visionaries Quentin Tarantino or David Lynch who make their living off of telling great and epic pieces using a non-linear format.

The story at this point is supposed to feel like there is something missing...thats because there is...the opening chapter has not been released to the public yet. Think in terms of Kill Bill or Pulp Fiction.
The story shows you the plot and gets you attached to the characters and then will go back and explain who you are really pulling for. (And if I'm not mistaken, the first one or two reveal a little about the past of the main characters) These comics begin telling the story at the beginning of the first album "The Second Stage Turbine Blade", which (as any true Coheed junky would know) is the second chapter in the story. (And it's not that hard to tell what chapter is what based on the albums. The number of the chapter is in the title of the album)

The reason for lack of text and lack of certain characters character development is because there is so much action and suspense building. These stories are building up to a very epic finale (don't want to say too much or ruin it). If anyone has any doubts on where this story is going, then read "Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV Volume 1: From Fear Through The Eyes of Madness". That graphic novel shows the beginning of the "end" of the story.

And as for the "simplicity" of the whole thing...i believe that if I were telling a story about a galactic apocalypse, androids, fallen angels, robots that can speak to "God", super powers, baby killing, tragic love stories, deceit, and over all Good v.s. Evil...i would HAVE to at least TRY to tell it in the simplest form possible just so i wouldn't lose the reader in a permanent state of confusion.
(on a side note...for more of a background on the story, there is a "sketchbook" that was released under the Amory Wars title that gives a background on each character and an "extended" look at the original opening of the story...)

Over all, the Amory Wars epic is a very new concept to the world...and, even though it seems to pair with other certain stories at times, it is very original in many ways. I believe it is too early to judge the overall story, but i believe we are in store for greater things.

The collected and the comics themselves get 5 stars!

*****
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Absolutely a must have if you're a Co&Ca fanatic!!! 8 août 2008
Par B. Martin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is an excellent companion to go along with their albums. I chose this version over the individual comics because it gave me all 5 issues of The Second Stage Turbine Blade, Vol. 1, in one full book. Claudio (The Writer) is a very talented individual. I do not believe that anyone who is a fan of Co&Ca could be disappointed by this graphic novel.
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Great story but lost in traslation 7 septembre 2010
Par Chris Carl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Coheed and Cambria is probably my favorite band right now. Just got into them this year and been waiting to read the comic books with this edition. I love a great sci-fi story and good lyrics. One reason I loved Coheed and Cambria was that it was based on a supposed cool sci-fi story. My first let down about them was watching their music videos which the older ones look like a bunch of sci-fi nerds showing off to the camera instead of an awesome sci-fi drama. From what i saw the new ones are finally showing that.

Now with the comic, the first part drawn by Gus Vasquez is absolutely horrible. It was suppose to be the most dramatic part of the story and it is made to look like some Japanese Pokemon cartoon. Hard to take it seriously. I tolerated it until the back of the comic shows the original Bag Online Adventures version drawn by Wes Abbott, it was awesome.It was gritty realistic dramatic. You actually felt bad for the characters and shown the horrors of the situation the characters were faced with. I especially love how they drawn the priests in this version compare to the newer one. The Bag version made them look dark clouded creatures of some mysterious origin unleashed on man. Where the Gus Vasquez look like some cheesy character about to fight in Dragon Ball z cartoon.

The story on Volume 1 can be confusing on who the characters are and their motivations. A new sci-fi universe that could of been put together a lot better so the dialogue could of sounded less cheesy and situation more clear to people new to the story.

Now on volume 2, the comics story is better written and you actually start to understand what is going on and who the characters are. The comic is drawn like a decent average marvel comic. Cant help to think though that Claudio Sanchez should of hired a better comic writer to help flesh out the story to make it more dramatic. His concepts are sound and the story is good. Character names still have some cheesiness but quit tolerable after awhile.

Cant wait to read the In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth and future comics which will reveal the whole story. I also want to get my hands on the prequel book cause Year of the Black Rainbow was an awesome album with even cool music videos. I have high hopes in Claudio and his band, I think they have the best imaginative albums since Pink Floyd the wall. As they grow i hope their artistic talent grows and maybe hopefully re due this comic series.
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Read Year of the Black Rainbow first 22 septembre 2010
Par J. S. Tidd - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I'm one of those people that read Year of the Black Rainbow before I read the Armory Wars. I'm glad I did, because this would be hard to follow otherwise. You can tell this is Claudio's first work- I believe that YotBR let you get more attached to the characters so you felt more of a loss in a certain chapter. While Armory Wars isn't bad - the shifts in artistry and VERY fast moving plot make it a popcorn read. I love the music and this is a fantastic hint at the stories behind all of Coheed & Cambria's music. Props to Claudio for producing his story, because it is a fantastic sci-fi adventure. I think if he was given the time to re-produce it, even as an animated mini-series, he could do wonders with it.

In short, it's a great base, read Year of the Black Rainbow first. And it's totally worth owning the HC version, it fits nicely next to my YotBR box set.
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Read Them! Read Them All! 23 juin 2014
Par Joseph Nieves-Luecke - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Some how, some way, Claudio's done it again. The music that goes along with the frontman for Coheed and Cambria is amazing enough, but when you throw the comics into the mix... Well, it's one of the best series I've ever read. It's quite incredible and I loved ever minute of it. I recommend this to any Coheed fan who's into comics, it helps to understand the songs so much more and you realize that some of the lyrics that you may of thought were just silly or funny, are powerful. It's quite an experience, and an amazing one at that.
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