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L'Incal Lumière [Reading] ➾ L'Incal Lumière Author Alejandro Jodorowsky – Thomashillier.co.uk Dans un univers futuriste aux dimensions inimaginables, un m diocre d tective priv , John Difool, se retrouve un beau jour la t te d une enqu te qui ne tardera pas le d passer totalement, et l entra n Dans un univers futuriste aux dimensions inimaginables, un m diocre d tective priv , John Difool, se retrouve un beau jour la t te d une enqu te qui ne tardera pas le d passer totalement, et l entra ner dans un monde trange m lant science fiction et exp riences divines, dans une bataille titanesque opposant le bien et le maluvre majeure de la bande dessin e, premi re pierre d un difice aux nombreux albums et aux multiples filiations, l Incal marque le d but de la fructueuse collaboration entre le bouillonnant et mystique Jodorowsky et le visionnaire et polymorphe Moebius, ouvrant chacun les vannes de leur imagination sans limites, cr ant un univers parall le dans lequel des g n rations enti res se sont perdues de leur plein gr et avec d lectation suivre dans les six albums de L Incal et poursuivre dans Avant l Incal, Apr s l Incal, La Caste des M ta barons et les Technop resDavid Rault.


10 thoughts on “L'Incal Lumière

  1. Cathy Cathy says:

    I might have read this volume before, 30 or so years ago I didn t think so, but there were some panels that felt very familiar Also, many of the images ring a bell Perhaps because many of them have inspired other works Crazy, contrasting colours on the same page The artwork at times looks dated and then again amazing, flat and then dynamic.Women are mostly bimbos in this, which is a bit annoying Definitely not passing the Bechdel test I am willing to cut it some slack, considering it wa I might have read this volume before, 30 or so years ago I didn t think so, but there were some panels that felt very familiar Also, many of the images ring a bell Perhaps because many of them have inspired other works Crazy, contrasting colours on the same page The artwork at times looks dated and then again amazing, flat and then dynamic.Women are mostly bimbos in this, which is a bit annoying Definitely not passing the Bechdel test I am willing to cut it some slack, considering it was first published in 1982.John DiFool does not make much of an impact He is in the sidelines for much of it and when he does become involved, he is littlethan a hand puppet Bottom line I am undecided if I really like it and if I think it s meh or genius 3.75 wishy washy stars


  2. Veronique Veronique says:

    Quite hard to reviewOn one side, this is so grotesque that it is hard to enjoy John Difool is not a likeable character, none are actually and it is telling that my favourite turns out to be bird Deepo On the other, we have the Art, which is muchinteresting.


  3. J.G. Keely J.G. Keely says:

    This book would have beenimpressive if I had come to it without as much background on Moebius From the general to the specific, it is culled from other works and collaborations of the artist s The early style is owed to The Long Tomorrow written by Dan O Bannon and illustrated by Moebius That innovative story also marks one of the first forays into cyberpunk, and was a major influence on the film Blade Runner.The rest of the story is little differentiated from Moebius various Metal This book would have beenimpressive if I had come to it without as much background on Moebius From the general to the specific, it is culled from other works and collaborations of the artist s The early style is owed to The Long Tomorrow written by Dan O Bannon and illustrated by Moebius That innovative story also marks one of the first forays into cyberpunk, and was a major influence on the film Blade Runner.The rest of the story is little differentiated from Moebius various Metal Hurlant works except in terms of length The length and height of the story soon become a problem for Jodorowsky, who quickly finds a bottom up character driven plot too difficult to maintain, and settles for a top down lead by the nose centered on a vague, all powerful artifact.The artifact soon solves all the problems, from epic battles to small character conflicts As the magic expands and overwhelms the story, we are treated to a lot of new age spirituality and moralizing from the author The stronger the mythological dichotomy of good and evil becomes, the less room remains for humanity and sympathy.Between the fast moving storyline and the overweening symbolism, any introduction of character building begins to feel positively intrusive Many scifi stories have presented humanity as being unnatural, but very rarely because of an overindulgence in romanticism.L Incal sometimes reads like amature Star Wars, with violence, sexuality, and satire At other times it trades away its sophistication for naive grandiloquence, as the author tries to say something profound about truth and meaning As usual, overconfidence serves the author very well when he attempts something simple, but causes him to be too lackadaisical when attempting the difficult My Suggested Reading In Comics


  4. Mariah Drakoulis Mariah Drakoulis says:

    The work of Moebius is just too beautiful to warrant anything less than four stars and a creative sci fi plot by Jorodowsky bumps it up to five A Must read for any sci fi comic fans, and if you can get your hands on the super limited edition hard cover it is well worth the expense.


  5. Alessio Alessio says:

    Leggermente pi confusionario del primo numero I continui cambi di scena non aiutano.


  6. Steve Steve says:

    Once upon a time, Film Director Alejandro Jodorowsky and French Graphic Artist Moebius were going to make the film version of Dune Sadly, this incomparable synergy didn t pan out, but thankfully these two geniuses rechanneled their creative effort into this metaphysical comic epic Esoteric, satirical and action packed, this may very well be the best Graphic Science Fiction Epic ever I hope you enjoy it as much as I did


  7. Daniel Stephens Daniel Stephens says:

    Weird and compelling


  8. Ed Ed says:

    This is where Jodorowsky and M bius start to get really weird I m sure I m not the first to observe this, but The Incal s influence on Brandon Graham s Prophet is incredibly strong.


  9. chadwick Mcdougald chadwick Mcdougald says:

    Not a bad read.With the incursion of political correctness and social justice ideologies in today s comic books reading past titles is the way to go.


  10. William Thomas William Thomas says:

    Continued greatnessBetter and better great illustrations from Moebius and, as usual, Jodorowsku is spot on What a story What a team


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