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Pacific Rim: Tales From Year Zero (Legendary Comics) (Anglais) Relié – 18 juin 2013

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'Boasting larger-than-life predicaments, colorful characters, operatic stories and brimming with apocalypse-sized tragedy, Pacific Rim:Tales from Year Zero is a treat for anyone with a penchant for this genre. The images work to fire the imagination even as the story, by nature of what it is designed to do, leaves you wanting more.' - IGN (18 July)

'A fantastic compliment to the movie and a touching story in its own right. The art teams all turn in great work, Beacham has an instinctive eye for page design and dialogue and all three stories have some real emotional punch to them.' - SFX (15 July)

'You can watch the movie and totally see it as a complete work, Travis Beacham told CraveOnline, [but] the comic sets up the world of the movie in a really organic way.' - Featured in a list of film prequel comics worth reading in Empire (July)

'This slight but stunningly fun hardback companion compilation, set simultaneously before and during the events of the silver screen saga, features a triptych of short tales drawn from the unused backstory material... Furious fun for monster-lovers of all ages.' -Comics Review 'Original script writer Travis Beacham has fleshed-out the years between the first monster attack and the start of the movie, and with Guillermo Del Toro listed as a supervising editor, there's an authority to the production of this book that lifts it beyond the simple tie-in.' --Grovel

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Don't miss this exciting sci-fi prequel graphic novel of the highly anticipated Warner Bros. & Legendary motion picture, Pacific Rim directed by Guillermo del Toro! Chronicling the very first time Earth is menaced by incredible monsters known as Kaiju, these inhuman beasts rise from the ocean depths and threaten to extinguish all mankind! Witness the race to develop massive robot fighting machines called Jaegers, each one controlled simultaneously by two pilots whose minds are locked in a neural bridge. This action-packed tale features many of the key characters from the film as we follow them in their early careers. Witten by Pacific Rim screenwriter himself, Travis Beacham, and with del Toro's hands-on supervision, this volume is beautifully illustrated by Sean Chen, Yvel Guichet, and Pericles Junior; inks by Steve Bird and Mark McKenna; and fully painted cover by superstar artist Alex Ross.

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Avec ce comics, nous avons une bonne lecture divertissante qui apporte un peu plus de consistance au background de l'univers et des personnages. Les dessins sont moyens et le recit diviser en partie distincte s'attardant sur successivement sur différents personnages reste très classique mais efficace.
En gros, si comme moi vous êtes un fan de l'oeuvre de Del Toro que vous voulez juste pousser plus loin l'univers du film en attendant la sortie de la suite, c'est la lecture idéale. Les autres n'y trouverons qu'un comics passable duquel ils ne retireront rien.
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HASH(0x8c7f1a08) étoiles sur 5 A better prerelease tie-in than the Prometheus TED videos 24 juin 2013
Par PoetKnowit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I was pleasantly surprised to find out about this graphic prequel to the upcoming movie, Pacific Rim. I really liked the TED teasers for Prometheus, and I like the teaser/extended universe trend going on outside of more and more movies. I'm only in my 30's but I've come to consider myself to be more interested in "old school" sci fi (Heinlen, Asimov, Cherryh, McCaffery, Banks) than anything written in the past 15 years. I was actually a little worried the genere was dying, as any thoughtful and possibly optimistic writing about how human culture and social behavior might change with the introduction of new technology seems to have been superseded by monsters on spaceships and zombies. How are scientists going to be inspired to invent the next tricorder or replicator if someone doesn't dream it up in a book first?

I picked up this graphic novel with fingers crossed and was not disappointed. It is a very tightly written story - there are no wasted scenes, no weirdly choppy dialogue. I'm an avid reader of Fables, American Vampire, and Red Sonja, and this fits right in with those series in both the quality of the artwork and the narrative (actually, the narrative quality was probably better than Red Sonja. Sorry She-wolf). I recommend reading twice, because after the first time you'll be able to go back and pick out characters that show up later in the story in the early panels and learn where they were on K Day. I thought this was an impressive detail, but fair warning, reading this is only going to make you more hyper about seeing the movie, which isn't out for another couple of weeks. If you can pick it up and read it a couple of days before the movie, DO IT!

Also, not sure what the other reviewer was talking about as far as the partial nudity, I was actually pretty relieved that no one was naked in this, I didn't think there was any more nudity than what you'd see at an American beach, and the context was much more appropriate than what you'll find in many other books.
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HASH(0x8c7f1a5c) étoiles sur 5 Good Intro to the Universe - But, Alas, Very Short 11 juillet 2013
Par Walter A. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
First let's address some things mentioned on some other reviews:
-Quality of the art work - I haven't read a lot of comic books and/or graphic novels, but I have read several, about a dozen or so. The art work here at least as good of most I've see else were. It doesn't knock it out of the park, but doesn't suck; it's middle of the road, and there's nothing wrong with that. I can read everything clearly, in just a second or two I can pick out all the relevant information from each panel so as not to disrupt the flow, but there is enough detail that I can really dig into most of the panels for more.
-Nudity - There really isn't. There is one panel in which a character is in the shower, her arm covers anything that might be "risqué." There are also a few (three I think, I'm not positive on the number) of scenes of pilot's minds connected to control the Jaeger. This is shown with a commonly used ethereal, out-of-bodyesque dream state; and is typical for these types of shots done nude, i.e. clothes don't show up in the mind's eye (although, apparently eyeglasses do). Here either arms/legs, hair, or mist like shadows cover everything. Your typical beach shows just as much (or more) skin.

Now the good:
This is an interesting look into the early days of the Kaiju Wars. You get to see some of the back stories for several characters and concepts. As the introduction to the book states, any good fictional universe should be as expansive and real as our own. This book shows a peak into some of that.

The bad:
-- NOTE: This is a minor complaint at worst, in some way (read on and you'll see what I mean) it's even a plus --
This book is short. You can read it in about a half an hour. In some ways that's okay, it leaves you both wanting to know more and knowing that there is more here that can eventually be found. That's what makes for a really good supplementary material/expanded universe, the knowledge that there is more to the universe that just "the story."
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HASH(0x8c7f1d38) étoiles sur 5 Pacific Rim prequel 26 juillet 2013
Par Lawrence Gonzalez - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
The comic was most enjoyable and re-readable. Overall this is a neat book. There were a few flaws however. The primary issue was that the story was too short if it was a little longer and more detailed it would have been perfect. If you like pacific rim or are going to see the movie you'll enjoy this book
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HASH(0x8ac4027c) étoiles sur 5 Lacks the spirit of the Movie. 20 août 2013
Par Ernst Preuss - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Rather than focus of the birth of mankind saving itself, the story gets sidetracked with dreary melodramas over who's banging who's girlfriend/s.

The artists also had no interest in drawing Yeagers, it's as if the artists consider them unwelcome background art easily rushed and noticed by no one.
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HASH(0x8c7f1b1c) étoiles sur 5 I don't see why this comic exists. 4 août 2013
Par Jezreel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I've seen the movie twice and wanted to know more about this pretty cool universe, so I bought this in hopes of feeding my insatiable apatite for Pacific Rim. Sadly, I'm pretty disappointed in Beacham's first go at comics. After reading through, I felt like this didn't need to be a graphic novel at all. The imagery didn't add anything substantial to the material. For the most part, this felt like illustrated exposition. Each section was glossed over and the gravity of the situations didn't come through because the characters weren't given enough time to explore their drama, which felt stilted anyway. I was cringing halfway through. During Pentacost's section where Mako asked to pilot a Jaeger, I literally said aloud, "Wow, this is really dumb!" I was on the verge of closing the damn thing during Caitlin's sparkly "pons" sequence. I would have been fine with a list of all the characters that showed up in here, a brief description, and a bullet list of their motivations.

Using 5 different artists was really confusing. Since this is all knew lore, and with each section being as brief as they were, the art styles never had time to sink in. It was especially jarring seeing Pentacost drawn differently from page to page. It just brought me right out of it. It wasn't like each art style was markedly different either. I would give it a pass if each section had a clear art style that reflected the content of that section, but it just looked like no one cared for visual continuity at all. The layout of the pages were poorly constructed also. Frame layouts and action shots were stumblingly composed. Visually, this comic was missing the scale of the movie. All the shots were so tight.

I feel like the high praise of this is spill over from the movie (which I love by the way). This graphic novel was a step backwards. There's just too much going on for something so short. If this is any indication of upcoming expansions to the Pacific Rim universe, I'll gladly stay in the bubble of the Movie proper.
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