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Fell ✯ [BOOKS] ⚣ Fell By Warren Ellis ✼ – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Benvenuti a Snowtown Qui la vita rotola pericolosamente verso l abisso L agente Fell, animo nobile pieno di cicatrici del passato, dovr imparare in fretta le regole del gioco, in un noir feroce ed ess Benvenuti a Snowtown Qui la vita rotola pericolosamente verso l abisso L agente Fell, animo nobile pieno di cicatrici del passato, dovr imparare in fretta le regole del gioco, in un noir feroce ed essenziale come un colpo di pistola L estro di Warren Ellis Authority, Planetary, Nextwave incontra il talento di Ben TemplesmithGiorni di Notte.

  • 80 pages
  • Fell
  • Warren Ellis
  • Italian
  • 28 June 2019
  • 8861230164

About the Author: Warren Ellis

Warren Ellis is the award winning writer of graphic novels like TRANSMETROPOLITAN, FELL, MINISTRY OF SPACE and PLANETARY, and the author of the NYT bestselling GUN MACHINE and the underground classic novel CROOKED LITTLE VEIN, as well as the digital short story single DEAD PIG COLLECTOR His newest book is the novella NORMAL, from FSG Originals, listed as one ofs Best Books Of The movie RED is based on his graphic novel of the same name, its sequel having been released in summer IRON MAN is based on his Marvel Comics graphic novel IRON MAN EXTREMIS He is currently developing his graphic novel sequence with Jason Howard, TREES, for television, in concert with HardySonBaker and NBCU, and continues to work as a screenwriter and producer in film and television, represented by Angela Cheng Caplan and Cheng Caplan Company He is the creator, writer and co producer of the Netflix series CASTLEVANIA, recently renewed for its third season, and of the recently announced Netflix series HEAVEN S FORESTHe s written extensively for VICE, WIRED UK and Reuters on technological and cultural matters, and given keynote speeches and lectures at events like dConstruct, ThingsCon, Improving Reality, SxSW, How The Light Gets In, Haunted Machines and Cognitive CitiesWarren Ellis has recently developed and curated the revival of the Wildstorm creative library for DC Entertainment with the series THE WILD STORM, and is currently working on the serialising of new graphic novel works TREES THREE FATES and INJECTION at Image Comics, and the serialised graphic novel THE BATMAN S GRAVE for DC Comics, while working as a Consulting Producer on another television seriesA documentary about his work, CAPTURED GHOSTS, was released in Recognitions include the NUIG Literary and Debating Society s President s Medal for service to freedom of speech, the EAGLE AWARDS Roll Of Honour for lifetime achievement in the field of comics graphic novels, the Grand Prix de l Imaginaire , the Sidewise Award for Alternate History and the International Horror Guild Award for illustrated narrative He is a Patron of Humanists UK He holds an honorary doctorate from the University of EssexWarren Ellis lives outside London, on the south east coast of England, in case he needs to make a quick getaway.



10 thoughts on “Fell

  1. Patrick Patrick says:

    Re read this one last night Desperately wish there wasto the story, though it s pretty obvious that it s not going to be resurrected after ten years.That said, as single volumes of discontinued stories go, this one has a lot to recommend it No big long term story closure But the stories themselves are excellent, and the craft of their execution is amazing.Fair warning This is dark stuff Violent in the extreme Emotionally heavy Grim Gritty I might even go so far as to call it unre Re read this one last night Desperately wish there wasto the story, though it s pretty obvious that it s not going to be resurrected after ten years.That said, as single volumes of discontinued stories go, this one has a lot to recommend it No big long term story closure But the stories themselves are excellent, and the craft of their execution is amazing.Fair warning This is dark stuff Violent in the extreme Emotionally heavy Grim Gritty I might even go so far as to call it unremittingly nihilistic I don t know if that was going to be the intention of the entire series, but we can t judge that All I can say that this one extant volume is existentially dark, and there is no upbeat resolution Personally, I probably would have found thatpalatable back in 2005 when it was written But right now In 2018 I m going to put a warning sticker on it for you If you re having a hard time dealing with the weight of the world right now, maybe pick something else of Ellis s instead Lord knows there s a lot of marvelous stuff to choose fromSo again Excellently

  2. Mark Desrosiers Mark Desrosiers says:

    In one of the opening stories, we encounter a coroner eating a sandwich over this corpse, while our protagonist, Detective Fell, can barely contain his vomit A tomato drops from the sandwich into the corpse, and coroner goes after it with his pincers Fell If you retrieve that piece of tomato from where it fell and then put it in your mouth I will shoot you.Coroner I was simply going to remove it I have to go over the bridge for organic tomato, you know.Four panels later, the coroner pops In one of the opening stories, we encounter a coroner eating a sandwich over this corpse, while our protagonist, Detective Fell, can barely contain his vomit A tomato drops from the sandwich into the corpse, and coroner goes after it with his pincers Fell If you retrieve that piece of tomato from where it fell and then put it in your mouth I will shoot you.Coroner I was simply going to remove it I have to go over the bridge for organic tomato, you know.Four panels later, the coroner pops the corpse tainted tomato into his mouth This works both as funny slapstick and droll metaphor Detective Fell was recently transferred from a bland suburb into the impossibly grim and squalid Snowtown, and you can tell that Fell, like the dropped tomato, is going to get popped into some hungry meta coroner s mouth before this is over So yeah, on the one hand, you get these generously nasty hardboiled mystery stories, one after the other, just like the olden days of the Black Mask But you also get these visual and narrative jokes blooming like night fungus as the story goes on None of this would have worked very well if it weren t for Ben Templesmith s horrific, pupil dilating visuals, which transform this into a perfect work of art

  3. RB RB says:

    Warren Ellis created a strange, dark noir investigative tale with Fell , a comic that doesn t quite look like any other It doesn t feel much like any other of Ellis s works, the structure isn t as tight, it sjazzed up and free to roam about the dark, seedy city of Snowtown, a town torn with innumerable murders and sociopathic crimes that the straight, well meaning lead detective, and the few people he gets close to, are the only lights in the vast, murky city so starved of humanity that Warren Ellis created a strange, dark noir investigative tale with Fell , a comic that doesn t quite look like any other It doesn t feel much like any other of Ellis s works, the structure isn t as tight, it sjazzed up and free to roam about the dark, seedy city of Snowtown, a town torn with innumerable murders and sociopathic crimes that the straight, well meaning lead detective, and the few people he gets close to, are the only lights in the vast, murky city so starved of humanity that humans disappearing and turning up by the docks is as investigated, and cared about, as a kitten caught in a tree in any other town With artwork that borders on hallucinations, narcotic fogs, all punctured with illuminating presences of ever so bright shafts against harsh or muted colours that don t so much cohere as they drip and spill and smudge in flurries of impressions behind the main action What Ellis has done so well here, and why, even the last part, a catalogue of mayhem, is insert enough pathos into a landscape without the common human traits, save the very worst And it hurts It hurts to see our little, wrangled, lanky protagonist try and pick up the pieces of this town as well as falling sand, trying as well as he can, still producing an immense ray of hope across the dim corners of Snowtown and, in a sense, givingthan just this fictional little shit hole hope This could run for a long time and explore so many things, so get back to it, please, Mr Ellis

  4. André André says:

    Richard Fell, the main character of this dark and violent set of stories, is a detective that was transferred to a decaying trash zone called Snowtown This zone is the typical urban area consumed by violent crimes and corruption The graphic novel is composed of 8 different chapters These chapter stories are simple and straight to the point but quite grimy, violent and dark Fell sees himself in a crumbling place where empathy doesn t exist, crime prevails and police forces are basically non Richard Fell, the main character of this dark and violent set of stories, is a detective that was transferred to a decaying trash zone called Snowtown This zone is the typical urban area consumed by violent crimes and corruption The graphic novel is composed of 8 different chapters These chapter stories are simple and straight to the point but quite grimy, violent and dark Fell sees himself in a crumbling place where empathy doesn t exist, crime prevails and police forces are basically nonexistent.Fell is reminiscent of the Sin City series regarding the violence topic, but with a different pace where the main character defines the real pace of the stories The content of those 8 chapters is emotional consuming, heavy and obscure Further, Templesmith s opaque and cloudy artwork highlights Ellis writing style In addition, the artwork layout delivers an enigmatic vibe which manages to emphasise the darkish ambient of the narrative Mysterious nuns, disgusting rapists and paedophiles and suicide bombers are just a range of villains that take part in the Snowtown s crime world Fell is not just a simple set of tales about cheap violence, it s a book loaded with plenty of dark emotions, and it succeeds in unloading all these dark and uncomfortable emotions into the reader Rating 4 5 stars

  5. Baba Baba says:

    It s 2013, and this series is still to be fully completed I read the 9 comic book issues that looked at the feral city that is Snowland through the eyes of detective Richard Fell Good series 7 out of 12 It s 2013, and this series is still to be fully completed I read the 9 comic book issues that looked at the feral city that is Snowland through the eyes of detective Richard Fell Good series 7 out of 12

  6. John Huizar John Huizar says:

    One of my favorite comics ever, collected here into a trade paperback The comics themselves were short, only 19 pages, but extremely dense, each one telling a complete story The setting is a creepy suburb called Snowtown, a dark, bleak place overtaken by urban decay Fell is a detective exiled to this place, and fights something of a losing battle against the hopelessness and pointless, horrific violence that pervade the place.The stories themselves are dark and often gruesome, and made all th One of my favorite comics ever, collected here into a trade paperback The comics themselves were short, only 19 pages, but extremely dense, each one telling a complete story The setting is a creepy suburb called Snowtown, a dark, bleak place overtaken by urban decay Fell is a detective exiled to this place, and fights something of a losing battle against the hopelessness and pointless, horrific violence that pervade the place.The stories themselves are dark and often gruesome, and made all theso by the fact that Warren Ellis is often inspired by actual events Life creates horrors worse than anything any writer could dream up, after all The stories are well accentuated by Ben Templesmith s artwork it suggests as much as it says outright, and conveys the nature of the story far better than would an artistdedicated to photorealistic depictions

  7. Mindy Reads Mindy Reads says:

    Wow This was so dark and gritty, it reminded me of the movie Seven specifically the gluttony scene The setting is so seedy and the characters are vile, so naturally I loved it.

  8. Estelle Estelle says:

    Oh man, this was great I need .

  9. Arminzerella Arminzerella says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Detective Fell must have done something pretty bad to get transferred to Snowtown i.e the pit of hell It s a den of crime, violence, and sin and he s one of 3.5 detectives assigned to keep the peace Fell isn t afraid to take the law into his own hands to bend it, twist it, when he sees fit This actually makes him a better,understanding cop that the ones who play everything by the book For some reason his transfer doesn t get him down For some reason his line of work doesn t get h Detective Fell must have done something pretty bad to get transferred to Snowtown i.e the pit of hell It s a den of crime, violence, and sin and he s one of 3.5 detectives assigned to keep the peace Fell isn t afraid to take the law into his own hands to bend it, twist it, when he sees fit This actually makes him a better,understanding cop that the ones who play everything by the book For some reason his transfer doesn t get him down For some reason his line of work doesn t get him down For some reason he cares about the people of Snowtown who aren t nothing to him.This collects a number of Detective Fell s cases investigations after he gets transferred to Snowtown He s branded almost immediately upon arriving by barkeep Mayko who later becomes his girlfriend , with Snowtown s protective sigil symbol an S with a slash through it I kept expecting something otherworldly supernatural to happen because of its predominance it s used to tag buildings all over the town , but the only strange spirit wanders the streets in the guise of a vice ridden nun I m not sure if s he s real or not possibly just some other symbol of the sickness and vice that is Snowtown.I m curious about what Fell did to end up there He s not revealing anything just yet.Ben Templesmith s illustrations are haunting as usual He plays with light and dark in horrifying ways His style is immediately recognizable Perfect for this creepy setting

  10. Bradley Bradley says:

    A mixture of Sin City and Transmetropolitan s absurdity and humor with a straight man type protagonist surrounded by insanity It seemed too over the top at first, but really clicked for me around the middle of the first issue I m not sure if it got less ever the top or I just got used to it.I find Ellis s work really hit and miss and can t really think of any other comics he s done that I ve liked outside of his work for Vertigo and Wildstorm and his short run on Moon Knight So I m glad I g A mixture of Sin City and Transmetropolitan s absurdity and humor with a straight man type protagonist surrounded by insanity It seemed too over the top at first, but really clicked for me around the middle of the first issue I m not sure if it got less ever the top or I just got used to it.I find Ellis s work really hit and miss and can t really think of any other comics he s done that I ve liked outside of his work for Vertigo and Wildstorm and his short run on Moon Knight So I m glad I gave this book a shot

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