Lectures macabres: Histoires à ne pas vivre la nuit

  • Title: Lectures macabres: Histoires à ne pas vivre la nuit
  • Author: Carlos Trillo Eduardo Risso
  • ISBN: 2226126902
  • Page: 207
  • Format: None
  • Lectures macabres Histoires ne pas vivre la nuit In the tradition of such past horrific titles as Creepy and House of Mystery comes Eduardo Risso s Tales of Suspense and Horror Each story presented here written by Carlos Trillo and illustrated in st
    In the tradition of such past horrific titles as Creepy and House of Mystery comes Eduardo Risso s Tales of Suspense and Horror Each story presented here written by Carlos Trillo and illustrated in stark but vibrant black and white art by Risso presents a glimpse into the dark side of life with suspense, murder, intrigue and horror

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      Published :2019-07-23T00:46:15+00:00

    About Carlos Trillo Eduardo Risso


    1. Carlos Trillo was an Argentine comic book writer Trillo began a prolific career as writer already at the age of 20, writing his first story for Patoruz magazine Trillo created, together with Horacio Altuna, the strip El Loco Ch vez, which appeared every day at the back of the newspaper Clar n from July 26, 1975 to November 10, 1987 After that, the strip was replaced by El Negro Blanco, which he wrote for the artist Ernesto Garc a Seijas until September 1993 He married writer Ema Wolf and had two children He participated on the creation of several comics including Cybersix in 1992, with Carlos Meglia, and the Clara de noche and Cicca Dum Dum series with Jordi Bernet He has also collaborated with Alberto Breccia and Alejandro Dolina In 1999, his work La grande arnaque won the Prize for Scenario at the Angoul me International Comics Festival He died in London on May 8, 2011, while on holiday with his wife Source


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    1. Man, maybe I went in with expectations too high, or maybe short story comic horror doesn't impress me as much anymore, but most of these tales failed to pack a punch. Don't get me wrong, they're all quite entertaining and of course the art is incredible (worth the purchase by itself), but after a great buildup the "twist endings" just kind of fizzled out.

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    2. Want some chills and terror from anything you can conceive? This is the book for you then. Tales of terror satisfy not only an appetite for horror but also satisfy an appetite for sophesticated humour and irony.

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    3. The Best Horror Comic I've read in years, maybe even in a decade. It doesn't change the Best of Horror Comics gone by, just updates the genre to the sensibilities of our new age. Fan-freakin-tastic!

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    4. 4 stars for the art and 2 for the writing - these tales of "terror" are not at all terrifying.

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    5. I picked this out on a whim and I'm glad I did. This is some good short fiction story telling. Most of these stories have great twists that you don't see coming.

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