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Two of comics' most lauded creators join forces to bring you a tale that plunges you into the dark psyche of Marvel's most lethal lovely--Elektra: Assassin! Here again is the story of Daredevil's favorite femme fatale as she embarks on a game of deadly cat and mouse, with no less than the political health of the free world at stake. Relive this timeless masterpiece--along with Miller's keen social commentary and Sienkiewicz's incredible artistry--in this beautiful new hardcover edition!


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  • Relié: 272 pages
  • Editeur : Marvel (4 avril 2012)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0785163549
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785163541
  • Dimensions du produit: 17,8 x 1,9 x 26,7 cm
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4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Présence TOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 23 avril 2012
Format: Relié
Ce tome regroupe les 8 épisodes de la minisérie initialement parue en 1986/1987, ainsi que l'introduction de Mary Jo Duffy et les couvertures successives des différentes éditions.

Quelque part dans un asile de San Conception, un pays d'Amérique du Sud, une jeune femme subit l'incarcération primitive réservée aux malades mentaux tout en examinant ses bulles de souvenirs. Elle se souvient quand elle était le ventre de sa mère, de la mort de sa mère, de sa tentative de suicide, de ses années de formation d'arts martiaux avec un sensei, puis avec des ninjas mythiques (Star, Shaft, Flame, Claw, Wing, Stone et Stick), etc. Petit à petit elle se rappelle l'enchaînement des événements qui l'a conduite à cette situation. Elle doit maintenant s'évader et empêcher la Bête de déclencher une apocalypse nucléaire. Elle doit également échapper aux équipes du SHIELD (une organisation étatsunienne de contrespionnage aux gadgets haute technologie). Pour ça elle va manipuler sans vergogne John Garrett, un agent très spécial, même parmi ceux du SHIELD.

L'introduction apprend au lecteur que ce projet était un souhait de Frank Miller qui a eu la latitude d'être publié par Epic Comics (la branche adulte de Marvel à l'époque) et que dès le départ il avait souhaité que l'histoire soit illustrée par Bill Sienkiewicz. Pour les puristes, le récit se situe avant qu'Elektra ne réapparaisse aux cotés de Matt Murdock dans la série Daredevil.
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Every Bit As Awesome As The Dark Knight! 25 avril 2000
Par kris darlington - Publié sur
Format: Broché
It's simply astounding that this book is out of print! This amazing collaboration between Frank Miller and Bill Sinckweicz (I know that isn't even close on the spelling) is simply one of the most amazing peices of literature I've ever read, let alone a "really cool comic book". Hear we have one of Miller's most conceptualy challenge stories, about one of his most beloved creations. That alone should keep comic fans drooling, but THE ART! My gods, it is truly surrealistic master work, combined with a truly distinct, and daring "montage" of different kinds of images, raw, polished, stylized, and pyschotic images collide to dizzying effect. I'm sorry this book makes me talk like a third year art student, but it is so complex and stunning, on so many levels, both visually and narratively, that I really couldn't sum it up in a mere thousand words. If you love Frank Miller and Bill Sinckweicz's work, there is no way this could ever disappoint you, unless you really just don't get it! I'm simply floored this is out of print, pardon my drama!
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Out of Focus 9 juin 2012
Par I. Martin - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I don't have other editions to compare, but as soon as I opened it I noticed something wrong. The thing's out of focus. Even the letters are pixelated. Only the covers at the beginning of each chapter have proper resolution. There's a review here for the Elektra Omnibus which says that it looks like Elektra Assassin was poorly scanned and it looks blurry, so I guess they used the same low resolution scans for this.
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A Masterpiece of the Medium 22 mai 2001
Par Blahblahblah - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Elektra is a character originating from the Daredevil comic series who has been killed off and resurrected several times, and the government agency S.H.E.I.L.D. also has a long history in Marvel, but don't let this discourage you. Fortunately this series stands on its own and all you need to know is in this collection, so if you generally dislike Marvel comics this is not an issue. This was published during Epic comics' woefully short height when they truly published comics for adults instead of just more violent Marvel comics.
I must admit that the plot of this story is not exactly one of great literature. A popular politician running for President is possessed by the antichrist who wants to destroy the world with nuclear anihilation and only Elektra who is out to assassinate him knows this and she has just escaped from an insane asylum. Meanwhile, ultra-advanced government agencies as well as the minions of the antichrist are out to stop her. But Miller and Sienkiewicz elevate the work over its pulp plot.
The painted artwork by Sienkiewicz is simply stunning and, other than Stray Toasters, is his largest and most self-contained work (Big Numbers having been aborted, and his work on the New Mutants, etc, being only partial stories). For this alone, the collection is worthwhile. However, it is also a masterpiece of the graphic novel genre. The artwork meshes perfectly with the writing creating an experience unique to comics as opposed to an illustrated novel. The artwork helps create a psychological depth and abstractions not possible in the narrative alone in a vocabulary unique to comics and not as possible in movies or books. Thus, just as it is impossible to fully recreate the experience of music in the written word, Elektra cannot be accurately translated to any other medium.
While there have been better comics, few match Elektra: Assassin in its ability to explore the storytelling potential of the graphic novel and still maintain a story that is more than mere surrealism (Sienkiewicz's Stray Toasters, which also accomplishes this is superior, but less available). More work like Elektra is needed as an injection to wake up a medium that is now largely dominated by movies set to paper (e.g. Ennis' Preacher).
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Embrace innovative art in comics! 16 juin 2006
Par Krista K - Publié sur
Format: Broché
The 80s saw comics take a turn for the better - stories improved and became darker and more adult; real artists brought innovative styles to bear on a medium long held back by stereotypical drawing (both penciling and inking) and coloring.

Sienkiewicz won a Kirby Award for his work on 'Electra Assassin,' but his art is fairly avant garde for the comic scene. He actually does the covers as oil paintings instead of drawings to be filled in by a colorist, and you'd swear many of the panels on the inside are also painted. And his art is amazing - it runs the gamut from psychotic and blood splattered to portraiture perfection with lots of interesting stops in between.

Of course, Frank Miller's story is no slouch either, with corruption, conspiracy, insanity, etc. It's also a bit postmodern in narrative form, so, if you feel confused at times, keep reading - most knots untangle by the end, and those that don't? - well, they weren't supposed to. His work typically reaches above that of a medium too long constrained to tepid super-hero triumphs (he did, after all, bring us 'The Dark Knight' and 'Ronin').

In 'Electra,' art and story come together in a potent combination that makes a great comic. Forget the movie and read this instead!
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A Grand Piece of Fun 2 avril 2002
Par Desired FX - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I'm not going to pretend this is a seminal work in Comics History. I'm not even convinced it was the best work of either of the primary creators.
But it's a blast to read.
I've read it probably half-a-dozen times in the years since it came out, and I enjoy the stylish art and the crisp storytelling every time.
My complaints are few: despite the appearance of a few mainstream Marvel characters, this isn't a Marvel continuity book--Marvel has always used the real President in its series--and someone should have caught Miller's misspelling of "cirrhosis."
But the storytelling is unparalleled, the plot creatively bizarre, and the art style changed the way creators look at mainstream comics (David Mack's recent "Parts of a Hole" arc in Daredevil owes an enormous debt to this book).
It's a blast, it's a rollicking romp, it makes very little sense, and if you just let go of preconceptions and roll with the storyline, you should be laughing and shaking your head in amazement when you turn the last page and close the book.
If you're trying to choose between this one and Miller's ELEKTRA LIVES AGAIN, go with ELEKTRA: ASSASSIN, hands down.
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