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11 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile which Robot and Monster Girl hijack the series from Invincible... 29 janvier 2013
Par H. Bala - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Have you noticed that the volume titles of these INVINCIBLE collected trades are inspired by the names of past television shows? Anyway, INVINCIBLE Vol. 17: WHAT'S HAPPENING collects issues #91-96 and happens to be a hit-or-miss arc for me. It's mostly because our central character, Mark Grayson, is sidelined for most of this arc, what with his slow recovery from a near fatal illness. Meanwhile Bulletproof has taken up Mark's slack, has assumed the role of Invincible. Except, sorry, I don't give two shucks about Bulletproof. So there's that.

This volume focuses more on Robot and Monster Girl and their icy relationship stemming from whatever the hell it was that happened in their seven hundred year exile in the Flaxan dimension. While I don't think this arc finds Kirkman at his storytelling best, he once more lives up to his rep as an author of shocking reveals. You may never look at Robot and Monster Girl in the same way again.

INVINCIBLE is the linchpin title in Kirkman's personal corner of Image's cape & cowl universe. It's interesting how this series has evolved from its Silver Age-y teen hero coming-of-age themes to a multiple plotline narrative that explores Mark Grayson's universe thru its sprawling supporting cast. Kirkman casually, habitually, seeds these issues with characters prominent in other titles. It's no different with this arc.

As INVINCIBLE nears its milestone 100th issue, Kirkman yanks Mark away from the spotlight, even as Earth is once again menaced with another of them periodic Flaxan invasions. With Mark out of commission (and fretting over a possibly permanent loss of power), the Guardians of the Globe take center stage as the primary line of defense against the invaders. Threading thru this all-out war is the story of Robot and Monster Girl. Kirkman reveals the reason for their estrangement and, thru flashback segments, recounts their several lifetimes spent in a blink in the Flaxan dimension. If you like Robot and Monster Girl this arc is for you. If you're a fan of the titular character, you may wish that Robot and Monster Girl's arc were chronicled in some other series, namely THE GUARDIANS OF THE GLOBE.

Meanwhile, we see further developments with Mark's continuing partnership with the amoral, super-intelligent Dinosaurus, as well as with the few surviving Viltrumites hiding on Earth.

Keep an eye on Atom Eve and see if you notice her subtly losing weight as she exerts herself. Remember that applying her talents tends to cost Eve serious calories, and I love Ottley's attention to detail regarding this. Still, I favor the, er, more curvy Eve. It's a welcome change to have a leading lady in comic books who doesn't look like a fan boy's generic wet dream.

What's with the abrupt ending to the Flaxan invasion?

The art chore is split up. Ryan Ottley is responsible with drawing the present-day arc. Cory Walker handles the Flaxan flashbacks. No surprise, both artists are really good. However, in this volume, I prefer Ottley's artwork over Walker by a smidge. Probably it's because Ottley lands the more dynamic passages whereas Walker gets stuck with lots of talking head panels.

I initially wanted to rate this volume 3 out of 5 stars because I didn't find myself as into this bunch of issues. Still, Kirkman salvages this arc somewhat by going all in with the Robot/Monster Girl narrative. That very last panel is a classic "What the f---!!" moment. And who doesn't love those action-packed double-paged spreads depicting all-out superhero brawls? The upside ultimately outweighs my dissatisfaction. So, 3.5 out of 5 stars.

This trade also offers an eight-paged sketchbook complete with commentary by Kirkman, Ottley, and Walker.
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A more positive perspective 27 mars 2013
Par Mike D - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Great volume! The detour to the central story is amazing and totally worth the read. Both Ottley and Walker (the illustrators) bring their A game and the art is really something. It never feels jarring as each style tells a different part of the story.

I do not understand the winers who reviewed this volume with such low scores. What most people are complaining about is that Invincible is hardly there...yes, but it's not an arbitrary decision. Invincible is recovering from the events of the previous arc and he physically can not be in action, and so other characters take center stage. Other characters go through fascinating arcs and changes. In some ways, the story is much fuller and more sophisticated than the usual ultra-violent adventures of the title character.

This gives us a chance to get to know these other characters, who are just as interesting and complex as Invincible, if not more so. While we learn about what happened to Monster Girl and Robot in the Flaxan dimension we get a chance to actually miss Invincible. A trick rarely used in serialized fiction: making us really miss the main character and his heroics, while the series is still going, so that when he finally returns it will really mean something.

It's a brain vacation from the usual status quo, and only a creator owned series can do something like this. It's a brave decision by Kirkman, and in my opinion this is the strongest volume in recent memory. Read it, you won't be sorry.
Amazing. One of the best Invincible arcs yet 5 septembre 2013
Par Tanner - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This is an extremely unique arc. Is it the best jump on point? No, but that doesn't mean it will be a problem for folks who haven't read the series. I know that doesn't sound like it makes sense, but hear me out. This arc is really unique among the many invincible stories. This one tells an epic story in flashbacks of Monster Girl and Robot spending hundreds of years in the flaxxan dimension, becoming royalty, and seeing the rise and fall of an empire as well as their own rise and fall from power, and love. This story won't do anything to introduce you to the Invincible Universe, but it will be perfectly fine to pick up and read as a standalone novel even if you've never read an invincible. This is a deep epic story and it will give you an idea of what kind of ferocious writing Kirkman is capable of, as well as a gallery of some beautiful art by both Ottley and Walker, who bring this story to life. The highlight of the artistic end of this is how effectively the art transports you to another dimension. I highly recommend this one. I wouldn't normally bother to review something like this because it's something that everyone reading the series is gonna buy when they get to it. It's the fact that I can see this appealing to people who have never touched the series that brings me here to talk about it.
walker returns! 29 janvier 2014
Par Christopher swann - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Great book! Its always nice to see Walker step back into this series! The story was great. Im a big robot fan and just know he will someday turn into invincibles greatest adversary ever!
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Kirkman's plot machinery is creaking really loudly here 20 février 2013
Par Perry Beider - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book doesn't really need a review. If you like the Invincible series enough to have gotten through the first 16 books, then of course you'll want to continue with this one. If you don't know the series, then you certainly shouldn't start with this volume. What I will say is that I think "What's Happening" is a relatively weak addition to the series, not because of the shift in focus to Robot and Monster Girl, but because a key element of the plot makes NO sense, and a second seems quite implausible to me. I won't go into detail here, but if you've already read the book, I invite you to weigh in on the discussion thread I started below, labeled "MAJOR plot hole!" I'm curious to see whether other folks are as bugged as I am.

I'm still looking forward to vol. 18, but this series is now on probation with me: I can't keep caring about an author's characters if he or she is going to manipulate them so nonsensically.
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