Spy Seal, Vol. 1: The Corten-Steel Phoenix PDF/EPUB Ì

Spy Seal, Vol. 1: The Corten-Steel Phoenix ❴Reading❵ ➶ Spy Seal, Vol. 1: The Corten-Steel Phoenix Author Rich Tommaso – Thomashillier.co.uk Journey into the thrilling world of international espionage as one of Britain's most covert MI 6 divisions the Nest recruits a brand new secret agent to their team Spy Seal Follow the newbie spy and h Journey into the thrilling world of international espionage Vol. 1: PDF/EPUB ½ as one of Britain's most covert MI divisions the Nest recruits a brand new secret agent to their team Spy Seal Follow the newbie spy and his furry colleagues on exciting train rides high speed car Spy Seal, PDF \ chases high flying air adventures and down secret underground tunnels all in an effort to hunt down a dangerous British turned Soviet double agent—a slippery spy who poses as an upscale art dealer while covertly killing off important figures of Parliament What is the reasoning behind Seal, Vol. 1: PDF ↠ this double agent's terrorist actions Why are three masked bunny rabbits vandalizing paintings at every London gallery And just what is this elusive Corten Steel Phoenix anyway Check out this deluxe format edition to decipher the answers to these and other puzzling uestions in RICH TOMMASO's Seal, Vol. 1: The Corten-Steel PDF or SHE WOLF latest series visually reminiscent of such classic comics as The Adventures of Tintin and Usagi YojimboCollects SPY SEAL .


10 thoughts on “Spy Seal, Vol. 1: The Corten-Steel Phoenix

  1. Donovan Donovan says:

    Mildly interesting but the blasé cliché spy character brings nothing fresh to the genre This feels like “spy satire” but isn’t


  2. Brent Brent says:

    This is a fun mix of anthropomorphic cartoon critters Tintin style adventure and international spy fiction The European album style layout and publication presentation really succeedsTommaso is a fine Atlanta comics artist near here I borrowed this fine Image Comics publication from Atlanta Fulton Public Library Ponce DeLeon Branch a gift noted with an ink stamp that bleeds onto the ink art From the Friends of the Ponce Library My thanksMost here is for all agesRecommended


  3. Alex Sarll Alex Sarll says:

    Yes it does exactly what it says on the tin; a seal who's a spy albeit not a very good one as yet for reasons unrelated to being a seal Tommaso here resurrected a character he's been doodling for many years to general acclaim; I have my usual disconnect from comics set in a world recognisable as ours realistic enough to have not just revolutionaries but tankies yet inhabited by anthropomorphic animals Still the Tintin styled art and plot for that matter do make for some lovely landscapesEdelweiss ARC


  4. Ricky Vigil Ricky Vigil says:

    The art is fantastic The linework is very clean the color palette is perfectly selected and I love the general style Tommaso's anthropomorphized characters As other reviews have stated the narrative is somewhat choppy in parts there are a few moments in the book that I thought would be explained in later pages but they never are and the characters have very little depth Still I'm invested enough to give this series one shot


  5. Zack! Empire Zack! Empire says:

    I really enjoyed this The artwork and the color is so great The story is a bit silly but it's a great way to spend a half hourI'm really happy that Image Comics decided to publish this in the European Album sized format It goes great with the story and art style I would definitely pick up a second volume


  6. Nicola Mansfield Nicola Mansfield says:

    Just one look at the cover tells you how Herge esue the art is in this book A spy story set during the cold war with all the characters being animals Malcolm is a seal and the newest MI 6 recruit; this is his first mission Entertaining juvenalia which while not exciting held my attention


  7. Rumi Bossche Rumi Bossche says:

    nice short spy story in the style of the Herge Tintin comics with some very nice humor like a Wes Anderson movie also its pretty damn cool that Rich Tommasso did everything on this book the colors the lettering the story everything really dig that


  8. Andy Grabia Andy Grabia says:

    Story took some odd leaps that made me feel like pages were missing from the book Too bad as it was otherwise uite enjoyable


  9. Jarrah Jarrah says:

    Spy Seal is a fairly conventional spy story except starring a seal man and various other humanoid animals from a busty Russian bunny to a busty British kestrel in this book all the women with any role to play are defined by the main character's attraction to their level of bustiness That said pretty much all the characters feel simple and lack layers even the titular Spy Seal himself The art style including the cover is a clear and strong callback to Hergé's Tintin cartoons and that retro vibe fits the story and the weird humour well Last year when we read The Red Circle and Seven Deadly DaughtersThe Red Circle and Seven Deadly Daughters for our comic book club I said I appreciated the uniueness but it wasn't really my thing A lot of people recommended I try Spy Seal as a lighter and completely different example of Tommaso's work I also saw it on a lot of best of lists for 2018 I did enjoy it a little because there were elements I could relate to from the familiar retro style to the cliché spy story But I wasn't really wowed; I would need depth of character andor story to really say I liked it or wanted to read


  10. Aditya Aditya says:

    This comic is sure to attract many Hergé lovers and Tommaso pays homage to him uite a bit from the ligne claire art style to the general adventurous spirit of of the main character who's reminiscent of Tintin That said the latter stages of this volume felt like they were ripped straight out of The Black Island which soured my opinion of the work a littleMore broadly I thought this was a pretty pleasant read although the dialogue seemed a little laboured at times Instead it's the overarching plot where were Spy Seal's main strength lies with the story staying compelling and fast paced throughout Although I wasn't hugely impressed I'm probably going to keep an eye out for any future installations because I suspect there's still the potential that this comic can forge a uniue and interesting take take on the whole spy genre although in this case it was pretty generic


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