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Apocalypse, Androids, and AWESOME 12 mai 2014
Par Pauline - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
As some people may already know, the Killjoys comic is a continuation of the world first introduced by My Chemical Romance's album "Danger Days." But that doesn't mean you need to know any backstory before picking it up. This book embodies everything you could want in a post-apocalyptic story: Draculoids, rayguns, androids seeking health care, and body bags that double as sleeping bags in a pinch. Plus, Grant-friggin'-Morrison sneaks his way in under the guise of self-doubting villain, Korse. In a word, it's awesome. When's the movie?
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Interesting continuation of Danger Days 27 mai 2014
Par Ashley Ferguson - Publié sur
Format: Broché
*I received this book from Dark Horse Comics in exchange for an honest review*

I've always loved My Chemical Romance, and their last album ("Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys") is one of my favorite albums. So I was really excited when I found out that Gerard Way was going to continue the Danger Days saga in comic book form. Especially since it focuses on the Girl, who is only six during the time that the Danger Days music videos are set. What made her so special that the Killjoys were willing to sacrifice themselves to save her? What happens now that BLI has defeated the Killjoys? I just had so many questions!

This comic actually answers almost all of the questions I had, and a lot that I didn't even know I had. The art is phenomenal, and does such a good job of portraying this post-apocalyptic world. It's dark, but there are still bursts of color and hope for the people living in the wake of BLI's takeover. The Girl, who has been running from her past, is now forced to face it head-on, and her story was really interesting. I did not expect the reveal of why she was so special, but I think it pretty fitting.

I would probably rate this comic higher if the story was more cohesive. Eventually all the parts come together and everything makes sense, but I got really lost in the process sometimes and had to go back and make sure I wasn't missing anything. Maybe if there was an indication that we were changing perspectives or seeing what was happening somewhere else it might have been a little better? I don't know. I just got kind really confused more often than I should have/usually do, and had a hard time keeping up.

Overall, I would still recommend The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys to any MCR fans who are looking to learn more about the Killjoys, BLI, the Girl, and their world. I don't think it would translate well to anyone who hasn't really listened to MCR or seen the videos for their last few singles, but there is probably enough information to get by. I'll still probably be looking in to Gerard Way's other comic series though! A 3/5 for this one.
The ultimate gift for the ultimate MCR fan 9 juillet 2014
Par Michael Barsic - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This was a gift for my teen daughter. She loves it!
I enjoyed the art and the story greatly! 1 juillet 2014
Par Marco A. Mendoza - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I think the main thing to keep in mind about this is that it was based off of a story arch started by MCR's music video's from that last album they dropped. It makes it a bit better, but also it makes the world seem a bit more understandably crazy. The art pops like a Punk concert and the story gets screwed like a good piece of wood. The style was very dystopian and different as far as a world could be. I liked it because it reminded me of Fallout, but also about the ideals that we seem to cherish in every day life. So go ahead, give it a go. Hope you enjoy it
Great continuation for Killjoys fans 20 mai 2014
Par Liviania - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I really enjoy concept albums. I first became aware of the My Chemical Romance album Danger Days: True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys when I caught the music video for "Na Na Na" on late night television. I was caught up in the world, so it was pretty exciting when I saw that MCR front-man Gerard Way had teamed up with comics writer Shaun Simon to explore what happened after the album and the videos. I think only the "Na Na Na" and "Sing" videos are absolutely necessary, but I'd still recommend watching those and listening to the album before picking up THE TRUE LIVES OF THE FABULOUS KILLJOYS.

The Girl, the sole surviving member of the Killjoys, joins up with a new group at the beginning of the comic. But this group's leader might be a little off his hinges. Meanwhile, back in Battery City, Korse is starting to no longer perfectly follow orders for Better Living Industries and a droid is desperately trying to save her older-model-droid girlfriend. There are a lot of characters to follow in six issues, but things come together by the end.

The focus really is one the Girl and her coming into her own. One of the questions raised by the music videos is why the Killjoys were protecting her. It's something she's wondered herself. But she can find and forge her own path even as she discovers the answer to that question. It's paralleled by company-man Korse questioning the path that he's followed for so long.

I liked seeing this world fleshed out farther and getting some answers to lingering questions. I thought Becky Cloonan's art did a wonderful job of capturing the look of the videos and translating it to a 2D medium. At the same time, if you aren't already a fan of the world, there is a lot to pick up. There is very little time spent rehashing information from the album. I'd say this is a yes for fans of Danger Days, but a pass for everyone else.
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