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9 thoughts on “Shakara

  1. Angela Angela says:

    I read this last night and I have absolutely no idea what I actually read I have a really bad head cold and sore throat at the moment and self medicating but this made little to no sense to me I texted my friend whose copy this is and even he thinks it's a weird read I mean what was with the lice people? Reminded me of that South Park episode and that made me laugh And then the laugh turned into a coughing fit Still I'll read the seuel just to see if it makes any sense


  2. Wim Dewilde Wim Dewilde says:

    Tries too hard


  3. Robert Robert says:

    This is a pretty weird oneIt's the first of two collections of the Shakara series the latter being Shakara The DestroyerThe premise in a sentence isA mysterious creature traverses space to kill other aliens for reasons that are revealed as the story developsTo be honest I picked this up becuase I thought it was Grant Morrison but Robbie Morrison presumably no relation didn't let me downIt's grim and existential and the way it plays out could have been uninteresting What makes it work is that the stories are largely told from the POV of the victims of the creature By working it this way we are less following an effectively immortal thing that wins everytime and we are instead given insight into the universe where the story is set why the aliens may deserve to die and what the creature's agenda isWell worth an evening of your time


  4. Stuart Stuart says:

    SHAKARANot very clever but very very entertaining what with it's robot dinosaurs space aztec monster ghenghis khan and all the weird dark aliens that make up SHAKARAAlso notable for Earth being destroyed in the first page and the last remaining human an idealistic American astronaut being taken to an alien slavers marketAnd promptly getting his head crushed by an angry alien because the astronaut believed the bigger they are the harder they fallueue SHAKARA brutally murdering everything and then the entry of the local police who are flying screaming skullsSHAKARA


  5. Sam A Sam A says:

    Stylish alien killing spree eventually revealed to be stylish justified revenge The art is great and the sparse use of colour is reminiscent of Sin City; it has that same contemporary noir feel but in space The story is minimal but seems to be going somewhere Looking forward to the next volume


  6. John Greenwood John Greenwood says:

    Possibly one of the most visually impressive graphic novels I’ve ever read The story too is a real page turner as we follow a one being revenge machine blaze a trail of destruction through the universe


  7. Sean Keefe Sean Keefe says:

    The art is glorious the story’s too slight It’s only part one though and if I remember rightly it’s great as a whole Stroll on the rest of it


  8. Charlie Charlie says:

    Shakara has the beauty and depth of space opera mythology Which is to say that it is gorgeous and epic while being a mostly emotionless storyI loved it


  9. Dave Tindall Dave Tindall says:

    I missed this strip when it was in the 2000ad comics I can understand the fuss It is excellent


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Shakara ❮Reading❯ ➿ Shakara Author Robbie Morrison – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Throughout the universe they fear it; the dark entity who seeks out those responsible for the destruction of its race It calls itself Shakara named after those long dead beings and it answers to no on Throughout the universe they fear it; the dark entity who seeks out those responsible for the destruction of its race It calls itself Shakara named after those long dead beings and it answers to no one or nothing save its own thirst for vengeance.