The Invisibles

The Invisibles

Say You Want A Revolution

Graphic Novel - 1996
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/Steve Yeowell, Jill Thompson and /Dennis Cramer, illustrators Throughout history, a secret society called the Invisibles works against the forces that seek to hold back humanity's growth. Their latest recruit, a teenaged lout, must survive a bizarre, mind altering training course before being whicksed back in time to wit
Publisher: New York, NY : DC Comics, c1996
ISBN: 9781563892677
Characteristics: 224 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm
Alternative Title: Say you want a revolution


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theorbys Apr 30, 2013

Re VOLUME ONE: Say You Want a Revolution:---
Morrison is, as ever, one of the best writers of comics around and here he creates a vast panoramic multidimensional, transtemporal universe recombined from the occults, history, literature, technology, and contemporary culture, with lots and lots of sex, violence, and drugs mixed in. Transtemporal, multidimensional supernatural bad guys vs a ragtag, but devestating, motley crew of freeedom fighters with offbeat powers. There are lots and lots of influences, from people like Gaiman and especially Alan Moore, and Morrison's own past writings, esp. Doom Patrol. The final chapters make up some lost ground, but he spends WAY too much of the beginning on a new recruit, angry, disagreeable, boring, Jack Frost, who never really changes. Be that as it may, the series is already pretty good, and has lots of promise.


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