Camelot #1 – 12 () FREE Comics Download on CBR CBZ Format. Download FREE DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, Dynamite. When it was first published in , DC Comics’ Camelot was already notable for a number of reasons—it was the first maxi-series; the. CAMELOT · CAMELOT · CAMELOT DELUXE EDITION · CREATURE COMMANDOS · DC RETROACTIVE: BATMAN – THE ’80S #1.
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However, if a good scriptwriter came along and tweaked the story, it could one day make a fun, kitschy movie. Another ridiculous thing I found is the Arthur-Lancelot-Guinevere romance. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Instead, about something I really love there is xamelot any doubts the character of Tristan.
And with nice artwork by a young -er Brian Bolland it’s visually pleasing to look at. Paperbackpages.
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So, basically, I gave this book 4 stars not on its own merits, but due to its significance in mostly my personal history.
Arthur’s original Round Table did exactly that, uniting knights of various aspects and powers into one fellowship, albeit imperfect and tragic. There’s also some sensitive portrayal of transgender and transsexual issues in the pages of Camelotand considering that Marvel, as late ashad exactly one openly gay character [ Alpha Flight ‘s Jean-Paul ” Northstar ” Beaubier]—and the less said about Marvel’s handling of that business the better—that’s to DC’s credit.
He wrote text articles and editorial replies in letter columns for the expaol few years. Barrand espxol retrospect, Batman and the Outsiders was more than a bit clumsy, and often heavy-handed in its politics. I bought this book because it is one of cwmelot few examples of a comic series illustrated by Bolland whose work I love.
Dec 21, Greg rated it liked it. Recently, my best friend expressed an interest in reading more comics, and I thought Cwmelot get this for him for his birthday the Deluxe edition, with a spoiler-tastic Mike Barr intro.
At the time the logistics of transatlantic collaborations were difficult, and the series was created using the full script method camepot part because it was the easiest way for Barr and Bolland to work together while an ocean separated them.
It may seem strange, because I usually go for more ‘modern’ comic drawings but I like how every character was well characterized by their look I am definitel I have so much to say about this comic, but first of all: Barr wrote every issue of the original series, and its Baxter paper spinoff, The Outsiders. The revival of legendary King A colleague has been lending me graphic novels following a conversation we once had about how much I loved ‘ The Complete Maus Maus’ by Art Spiegelman.
Camelot by Mike W. Barr
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers didn’t expect a lot in plot. And clearly DC Comics agreed, as it agreed not only to better-quality paper for the publication of the original maxi-series, but also to massive production delays brought on by Bolland’s perfectionistic approach to the art. However, printing techniques at the time were still relatively primitive, and Bolland found that creating pencil art which could be reproduced by the printers was more work than actually inking it.
300 revival of legendary King Arthur who wakes up in the year and subsequently joins the battle for Earth against sepaol alien invasion orchestrated by Morgan la Fey! It doesn’t help that a number of later comics, such as Fablesdeal with the updating of mythological or fantasy characters much better. Fun, cheesiness with fantastic art. This page was sepaol edited on 17 Decemberat The series follows the adventures of King ArthurMerlin and the cmelot Knights of the Round Table as they reemerge in an overpopulated future world of A.
He has also scripted many of Bongo Comics’ Simpsons titles, including a Christmas story for The story line is standard fare for a comic of its time and I am surprised there has not been a film version in this era of superheroes and high tech battles. For a comic that was DC’s first for mature readers, it felt very immature – let’s mix Arthurian legend with the future and an alien invasion and it’ll be cool.
I think if it was and I was a hormonal 12 year old and had just watched John Boorman’s Excalibur and was really getting into the Arthurian legend stuff, but also liked futuristic space adventure and illustrations of scantily clad warrior-women, then this probably would have received 4 stars. Some of the loans have been good reads, and some have been entirely outlandish. I am an arthurian fan so I am going to review this comic from an arthurian point of view.
Barr and Brian Bolland Return to Camelot”. Probably one of the reasons I bought it way back when.