24seven Volume 1

seven Volume seven features a who s who of today s best writers and artists from comics film and animation telling tales of robots in the city that never sleeps In the vein of Flight these stories run a cross

  • Title: 24seven Volume 1
  • Author: Ivan Brandon Eduardo Risso Adam Hughes
  • ISBN: 9781582406367
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Paperback
  • 24seven features a who s who of today s best writers and artists from comics, film and animation, telling tales of robots in the city that never sleeps In the vein of Flight, these stories run a cross genre gamut, from robot zombies to a prison break to a bizarre feud between a Siamese DJ team 24seven has romance, action, horror everything you want, all told by a cros24seven features a who s who of today s best writers and artists from comics, film and animation, telling tales of robots in the city that never sleeps In the vein of Flight, these stories run a cross genre gamut, from robot zombies to a prison break to a bizarre feud between a Siamese DJ team 24seven has romance, action, horror everything you want, all told by a cross section of the most diverse writers and artists you ll find on the printed page.

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    • This was a pick that Steve had got me for Christmas. It's a collection of very brief stories concerning an alternate New York where everyone is a robot. It sounds cool on the surface, and most of it is interesting, but there was one nagging thing about it:Few of these stories absolutely required a robot to tell it.You'd think that the authors would fall over themselves to tell stories with a robotic feel to them, but the stories that are told are largely ones where humans would have done just as [...]


    • When you put together a compilation based around the conceit that everyone is a robot instead of a human, it would help if the stories in some way reflected that conceit. Instead, about a third of the stories would play out exactly the same if the characters were human, a third don't even make sense with robot protagonists, and a third actually seem appropriate for the compilation. The artwork in general is good to amazing, but the stories rarely made it up to the level of okay.


    • Um. I don't get it.Okay I do. I just don't think it was all that well executed. Only a very small minority of the vignettes in this collection REALLY made use of the Robots-Not-Humans assumption of the world. The rest basically just subbed in (admittedly cool) robot art for meat art. I need more than just a clever premise and neat pictures.Guess that's why it took me so long to finish. Didn't hurt that I was flat-on-my-back sick for two of those 8 days


    • It was a little disappointing that many of the stories about so-called robots could have just as easily been stories about humans. The "robots" in question were only different from humans in appearance. I suppose that for a few stories it's a nice novelty, but when it's the exception rather than the rule, it gets old fast. The art was spectacular, however.



    • This collection of short comics centered on human stories with robots was, quite frankly, not very interesting. I didn't quite see the point of this one.



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