24seven, Volume 1

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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 cross-section of the most diverse writers and artists you'll find on the ...

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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 cross-section of the most diverse writers and artists you'll find on the printed page.

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Editor Brandon, co-writer of the NYC Mech comics series, invites well-known names to play in that world, a New York populated by robots. The stories are mostly about crime, violence and urban life. Contributors include Eduardo Risso, Phil Hester, Alex Maleev, Michael Avon Oeming and Eric Canete. The book is classed as sci-fi/noir, but the genre trappings are often overshadowed by the obvious fun contributors are having drawing robots. There are plenty of concepts, but most stories take familiar conventions, like the petty thieves holed up with cops outside, and simply populate them with metal people. One of the best of these is the story of a squealer by Frank Beaton and Ben Templesmith. Less typical standouts include a quiet story about urban interaction by Neal Shaffer and Ryan Brown, Jim Rugg's tale about a pigeon-keeper and one by Miles Gunter and Lakota Sioux appreciating the strangers a city-dweller sees. Kelly Sue DeConnick and Andy MacDonald take the rare female perspective. Even where concepts are thin, the art, in a terrific variety of accomplished styles, is impressive. (July) Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781582406367
  • Publisher: Image Comics
  • Publication date: 7/19/2006
  • Pages: 200
  • Product dimensions: 6.50 (w) x 10.10 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2009

    An excellent compilation:

    Well-executed short stories packed with diverse art make this an excellent compilation to own. Some of the art, such as in "The Watchmaker" is fairly simplistic, though no less enjoyable. Other stories, "Static" and "Scalped" for example, are visual masterpieces, with richly detailed art.

    Unfortunately, I would suggest buying it somewhere other than B&N. When the book arrived, it had no less than 3 stickers firmly adhered to the back cover, all affixed with the sort of glue that does not come off easily, and which leaves surface marring residue in its wake. This is in addition to the deep scrape/dent on the back as well, likely from the volume being badly stacked in the warehouse and the numerous small scratches across the front cover. Were I not certain the return procedure would be more painful than is worthwhile - and had I not essentially gotten the book for free as a gift-card purchase for my birthday - I would be returning it and purchasing a replacement from Amazon.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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