Tag Humanoids

Review | Incal Classic Collection Coffee Table Edition Vol 1-6

January 2013 saw the release of the first volume "published in its original colors and in the deluxe, limited & numbered (here 999 copies only), super-oversized (12 x 16 inches) format"; wow. I was on the fence about the whole thing, since I already have The Incal in Graphitti Designs hardcover and the latest Humanoids collected hardcover. Plus it was $79.99 for 48 pages! But I love limited edition hardcovers, especially oversized, and these were limited to 999 copies each and individually numbered.
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Review | Muse

A beautiful oversized volume showcasing Terry Dodson's ability to draw sensual and captivating comics, Muse is a must have for fans of good girl art.
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Review | The Alliance Of The Curious

A unique tale of action, black comedy and mystery, Humanoids brings English speaking audiences Philippe Riche’s The Alliance Of The Curious. Three antique dealers team up to work on the most bizarre and obscure of cases. Their current investigation begins…

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Megalex

The latest from Humanoids, bringing English translations of European works. Megalex was a three-volume work released in French in 1999, 2002 and 2008. This is its first English release. On the planet-city of Megalex, urban sprawl and technology consume all,…

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Pandora’s Eyes

Being a fan of Humanoids and Milo Manara I happily thumbed Pandora’s Eyes when it was released, then put it back on the shelf. For some reason I wasn’t ready at the time, but having thoroughly enjoyed The Manara Library…

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The Eyes Of The Cat

A giant book from Moebius and Jodorowsky: I was in the moment I spotted The Eyes Of The Cat in the Diamond catalogue. [quote]The very first graphic storytelling collaboration between two masters of the medium, Alexandro Jodorowsky and Mœbius. In…

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The Hounds Of Hell

With a title that exciting The Hounds Of Hell was a must read for me this week after a visit to my local comic book shop.  Here’s the publisher’s blurb: Philippe Thirault (Writer) Christian Højgaard (Line art) Drazen Kovacevic (Line…

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Humanoids Week Wrap Up

So concludes Humanoids week here at Comic Book Daily.  Here’s a list of reviews available: I Am Legion Madwoman Of The Sacred Heart Weapons Of The Metabaron Day Of The Magicians Legend Of The Scarlet Blades Screaming Planet Elias The…

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Elias The Cursed

Our last review of Humanoids week on Comic Book Daily: Elias The Cursed by Corrado Mastantuono and Sylviane Corgiat.  Here’s the publisher’s blurb: [quote]Fallen king Elias is on a quest to reclaim the face that was stolen from him by…

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Screaming Planet

Humanoids week continues at Comic Book Daily with a look at Alexandro Jodorowsky’s Screaming Planet.  Here’s the publisher’s blurb: [quote]All that remains of a prosperous, warm planet destroyed by the madness of its inhabitants many years ago…A living piece of…

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Humanoids? Who?

This is an open letter plea to Humanoids North America as part of Comic Book Daily’s Humanoids week: number one get yourself a public relations person and number two start adding material to your books. I’m a big fan of…

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Legend Of The Scarlet Blades

Humanoids week continues on Comic Book Daily: today we’re looking at Legend Of the Scarlet Blades by Saverio Tenuta.  Here’s the publisher’s blurb: [quote]Cartoonist Saverio Tenuta writes and paints a twisted tale of a masterless Samurai named Raido searching for…

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Day Of The Magicians

It’s Humanoids week on Comic Book Daily: today we’re looking at Day Of the Magicians by Michelangelo La Neve and Marco Nizzoli.  Here’s the publisher’s blurb: [quote]Drazen has completed his training as a Magician and is determined to fulfill the…

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Review | Weapons Of The Metabaron

Anything by Travis Charest goes right onto my “must have” list; he’s an amazing artist that seems to keep getting better.  Unfortunately he also seems to be getting slower with new work sorely lacking.  I anxiously awaited Weapons Of The…

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Review | I Am Legion

This one was a long time coming from its original French issues.  I picked up the first DC Humanoids imprint issue in 2004, but that cross publishing deal collapsed.  Devil’s Due Publishing picked up the series and published it as…

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