Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution / Edition 1

Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution / Edition 1

by Grant Morrison
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ISBN-10:
1563892677
ISBN-13:
2901563892676
Pub. Date:
06/28/1996
Publisher:
DC Comics
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Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution / Edition 1

/Steve Yeowell, Jill Thompson and /Dennis Cramer, illustrators Throughout history, a secret society called the Invisibles works against the forces that seek to hold back humanity's growth. Their latest recruit, a teenaged lout, must survive a bizarre, mind altering training course before being whicksed back in time to wit

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ISBN-13: 2901563892676
Publisher: DC Comics
Publication date: 06/28/1996
Series: Invisibles Series
Edition description: REV
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

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Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Grant Morrison has a great way of incorporating elements of political thought, metaphysical theories, history, anarchy, time travel, and ambiguous (if not cool) pop references into his work. Although he had done prior work for 2000 AD and first worked for DC by reviving Animal Man, this is his start to comics superstardom. The moral amibuity, cleverness and breadth of vision afforded in this comic would soon invade mainstream Marvel and DC universes, although it would never be as fully developed or complete as it is here. I have to give marks down for the inconsistency with artists although mostly brilliant, there are several issues and panels that left me with a lot to be desired. Also, the story can get dauntingly confusing at times, although supposedly intended this way, it can really get in the way of you enjoying the material. An Absolute edition with clear detailed annotations just begs to be made.