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SEX Volume 1: Summer of Hard TP [Anglais] [Broché]

Piotr Kowalski , Joe Casey
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  • Broché: 168 pages
  • Editeur : Image Comics (10 décembre 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1607067846
  • ISBN-13: 978-1607067849
  • Dimensions du produit: 25,7 x 16,8 x 1,5 cm
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Ce tome constitue le début d'une nouvelle série indépendante de toute autre. Il contient les épisodes 1 à 8, initialement parus en 2013, écrits par Joe Casey, dessinés et encrés par Piotr Kowalski, et mis en couleurs par Brad Simpson.

Après quelques mois de repos, Simon Cooke (trentenaire) est de retour à Saturn City, à la tête de son entreprise multinationale. Avant il menait une double vie, président directeur général fantoche de Cook Company (PDG en titre, simple titre honorifique dans les faits) et superhéros sous le nom d'Armoured Saint. Il a promis à Quinn sur son lit de mort, de raccrocher la cape et d'essayer de vivre une vie normale pour lui-même. Le voilà donc à Saturn City, tentant de s'intéresser aux affaires de sa multinationale, sous l'œil agacée de Larry (celle qui a assuré l'intérim). Il essaye de rendre concrète l'amitié qui le lie à Warren Azoff, son avocat. Il essaye également de s'occuper de lui-même, à commencer par initialiser sa vie sexuelle. Première étape : un établissement dédié aux plaisirs de la chair, où il a surprise de découvrir qu'il est tenu par Annabelle Lagravenese (ex supercriminelle du nom de Shadow Lynx).

Suite à la disparition d'Armoured Saint, la pègre de Saturn City s'est réorganisée. Old Man (un vieil homme tout fripé) a décidé de reprendre la main sur les activités illicites. Les frères Alpha (Dolph et Cha-Cha) exécutent des assassinats sur commande.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An amazing first volume 5 décembre 2013
Par Adam S. Duh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I heard this recommended months ago and I have to admit that I went into this book with a very skeptical attitude. The thought of essentially a Batman/Bruce Wayne story with sex and nudity didn't sound that appealing to me. But I was really surprised by what I actually got.

Although it would be very easy to just cut and replace all the names in Sex with who they're based off of in the Batman universe, they feel oddly unique. Casey has written the characters to be quite flawed and the world of Saturn City feels like something very rich. It is VERY graphic in its depiction of sex and nudity, but Casey has done it in a way that makes it feel oddly right in the world. Kowalski's art is wonderful and combined with great coloring Sex makes one of the best looking comics in a long time.

Highly recommended
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Cheap and boring 30 décembre 2013
Par Sam Quixote - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
What would happen if Bruce Wayne stopped being Batman - could he return to civilian life?

You wouldn't know it from the cheap, attention-grabbing title, but that's what Joe Casey and Piotr Kowalski's Sex is all about, and all it proves is what an unappealing storyline that is to pursue.

Simon Cooke is a billionaire playboy who runs a global company and is secretly the superhero vigilante, Armored Saint, protecting Saturn City from criminals like Prank Addict and Shadow Lynx. Annabelle LaGravenese is Shadow Lynx, a cat-like burglar with goggles who frequently tangles with Armored Saint. But when Simon's close friend Quinn asks him, on her death bed, to leave the vigilante nonsense behind and find happiness in a real life, Simon finds it hard adjusting to what most people term a normal life - sleeping during the night, working a job, having friends and a sexual partner.

While the premise sounds like Casey has some subversive ideas on the Dark Knight, after reading Book One, I can tell you that Casey doesn't have anything at all to say about Batman, Catwoman, etc. His Batman is somewhat resistant to sex because his many years spent living his alternative lifestyle and muses that his real identity might've been behind the mask than without it. Yawn. I'm sorry but that's a pathetic observation that's been made numerous times before. Casey's Catwoman has eye problems after wearing a mask that incorporated super night vision goggles. Oh, and Casey borrows Frank Miller's idea of Catwoman running a brothel. That's it?! His Joker character lives through the news clippings of the past and has the worst villain name ever - Prank Addict (though to be fair Armored Saint and Shadow Lynx are equally bad).

There's precious little of any real substance to justify the eight issue length of this first book. That's a longer-than-usual amount of issues for the first collected edition in a series and really there should be much more here than those lame character observations but there really isn't. Maybe Casey's spending the extra pages to world build? Well, there is a lot of sex depicted in this book (and it's all full frontal so this one isn't for kids) but Saturn City isn't a place that's any more saturated with sex than any city in our world and besides that it looks identical to every other Western city, so no, Casey's not world building, he's just wasting time.

And despite the brazen title and frequent, often gratuitous and pointless nudity, this isn't a shocking book. It doesn't have any brilliant ideas and it's characters aren't interesting. There's certainly no plot besides watching Simon sit through numerous business meetings. And this is why Batman works better than this - we read Batman because of his awesome adventures; we don't care about his life as Bruce Wayne, who has to sit in on business meetings every now and then. Take away the Batman aspect and you're left with a businessman going to meetings - in other words, boring comics!

Also I don't care about Simon or anyone in this book. He's a one-dimensional dweeb who lives in luxury and doesn't want to do it with any of the gorgeous high-end call girls throwing themselves at him because he's just not there yet mentally. Why would anyone care about this guy if that's the (non)dilemma? Can anyone relate?!

There's some side stuff featuring supporting characters where a old man gangster, creatively called Old Man, is doing something evil, and a dishwasher who's secretly a martial arts expert/hacker who's messing with a pair of homosexual gangsters, but nothing you could call a plot. I suppose with the inclusions of these crimes and Simon's dithering lack of direction as a civilian, it's pointing to the conclusion that he'll (sigh) once more don the Armored Saint uniform? Whatever. I'm not going to read Book Two to find out.

Piotr Kowalski's art is damned good throughout and his covers are stunning, showing an imagination lacking in Casey's script. The pull-back shots of Saturn City are really pretty and gives the story a strong sense of grounding and atmosphere, and the characters' facial expressions are very evocative that express moments of comedy or conflict perfectly on their own. Brad Simpson's colours are brightly colourful and exciting, making the pages pop in sharp contrast to dark Batman comics, particularly the Batman: Black and White comics.

In comparing this book to Batman I'm actually making it seem more interesting than it is - really it's the lamest facsimile of Batman coupled with the third act of Eyes Wide Shut, both minus the masks and the interest. Sex features a collection of cardboard cutouts apparently doing something in between scenes of sex acts. If that sounds appealing, as well as a sequence where "Catwoman" masturbates to the memory of being chased by "Batman" across the "Gotham City" skyline, then Sex is for you. Otherwise I'd say this is the one time it'd be safe to avoid Sex.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Let's talk about SEX... 14 mai 2014
Par M. T. Aragao - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
SEX returns to a subject very common on the 80's and early 90's comics: the disillusioned hero. Like some of the great comics of these period, we have the history of a former hero that decides to retire and live a normal civilian life. Joe Casey's characters are well constructed and complex, and Piotr Kowalski's art is really great (with a very good use of the colors). And about the sex ... yes, there is a lot of sex, but is all part of the context.
SEX are one of the best surprises of 2013, so don't waste your time and read this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Deconstruction at its best 31 janvier 2014
Par Geo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Really enjoyed that they made the Vol.1 jumbo size. So you can full realization of its World and Storytelling potential. Thank you image comics for not just becoming brand oriented and letting creators and Writers tell the stories they want to tell.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 It's not what you expect. 28 décembre 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Is there explicit sex? Yes. Is there full frontal nudity? Yes. But if that's all you expected to find between the covers -- of the book, I mean -- you'll be pleasantly surprised at the amount of character development and world-building that goes on in here. I'd like to give the book 4 stars for surpassing my expectations, really, but the problem is that I just can't get a feel for where this book is going. A young Batman-style superhero makes a promise to his dying Alfred-style mentor to give up the superhero life and be the CEO he needs to be for the sake of his family's company. But where, or into what, will he channel all the restless energy that used to go into his superheroing? A high-society sex club run by his former Catwoman-style archnemesis seems to hold an answer, but will he take "the road discreetly traveled"? Again, writer Joe Casey expertly builds a world here, slowly unfolding a rich cast of characters with building tension. Artist Piotr Kowalski, unfortunately, can't seem to bring the sexual heat to the book that I feel it deserves. There is no erotic thrill permeating the art a la George Perez's "Sachs & Violens". The sex is not glamorous or hot -- it's just...there. Matter of fact and in your face. It's hard to see where is the allure. (Maybe that's the point?) I'll have to get the 2nd volume just to see where this goes. Hopefully there's a payoff -- climax? -- up ahead.
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