Nikopol story time
senpai, only a paleo faggot would do a such thing.
You're posting good comics, OP. Have this bump, to help you out.
It's good. Visuals were obvious when I saw it so they probably look really bad now. But it tries to string everything recognisable about the trilogy into one straight forward Hollywood-esque plot and I can't help but feel like that is missing the point.
Cool, but short game.
This comic feel more depressive for me.
Oh well yeah. But melancholy and serenity are very close together, aren't they?
The uncertainty of the future and general loss of stability in the lifes depicted can either be seen as startling or one can accept it like the characters do.
I guess it is a matter of perspective.
movie with Linda Hardy - Immortel Ad Vitam
>The uncertainty of the future and general loss of stability in the lifes depicted can either be seen as startling or one can accept it like the characters do.
This guy gets it. I find the Nikopol trilogy to be pretty calming too.
Thanks for that OP !
Just passing by to recommend The Hunting Party and The Black Order Brigade (art by Bilal, writing by Christin)
BUMP for actually good comics on /co/
The Hunting Party is another good Bilal book, seems like everything the dude draws is right up my alley - love me anything Moebius-esque (RIP In Peace)
Would you have preferred the original cover of the first tome ?
>Oh god Horus is trying to rape me.
>And these jawas won't do a thing to help, typical.
I've always found that one of bilal's quality was that he's an artist that evolves continuously, and for me this trilogy is his final descent into symbolism and wtf territory.
After that Animal'z and the Dormant Beast/december 32/rendez-vous in Paris/four? quadralogy are quite psychedelic.
Wish he would do "normal" stories too from time to time, this artstyle is too good to pass up.
>serbo-croat scale for hate
Also, chessboxing was created in this album.
the most interesting mix of CGI and practical effects I've ever seen. It has fully CGI people along side real actors.
The best part: in one scene a CGI human is killed by an alien that is played by a dude in a rubber suit. It's glorious.
Overall, I found the movie makes more sense than the comic did. And the chick was fucking gorgeous.
I just wish Humanoids had released Rendez-Vous in Paris and Four? in english. I've got a book that contains parts 1 and 2 of what was at the time, The Beast Trilogy. I want the rest, but don't speak Frog.