Zot!: The Complete Black and White Collection: 1987-1991

Zot!: The Complete Black and White Collection: 1987-1991

by Scott McCloud


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780061537271
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 07/22/2008
Series: Zot! Series
Pages: 576
Sales rank: 698,609
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.90(d)
Age Range: 14 - 18 Years

About the Author

Scott McCloud has been writing, drawing, and examining comics since 1984. Winner of the Eisner and Harvey awards, his works have been translated into more than sixteen languages. Frank Miller (Sin City, 300) called him "just about the smartest guy in comics." He lives with his family in southern California. His online comics and inventions can be found at scottmccloud.com.

What People are Saying About This

Richard A. Lupoff

“Zot! is a remarkable graphic narrative. ”

Samuel R. Delany

“Zot! is refreshing, lively, and truly entertaining.”

William Gibson

“The classic retrofit of the post-war comics gestalt.”

Greg Bear

“Zot! is wonderful…and should please readers of all ages.

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Zot!: The Complete Black and White Collection: 1987-1991 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Girl_Detective on LibraryThing 6 months ago
Zot!: The Complete Black-and-White Stories: 1987-1991, by Scott McCloud, is a great collection of a great series. I was happy to reread its 36 issues, and sad all over again when I got to the end of Zot, Jenny, and everyone else¿s story. This collection stands alone, but is a follow up to the out-of-print Zot! Book 1. Zot! is a great YA series, with heroes and villains, but also romance and problems for everyday, interesting, engaging characters. It has a hopeful outlook, which stands in pleasant contrast to bleaker views that have predominated in the comics landscape since Moore¿s Watchmen and Miller¿s Dark Knight Returns, in the 80¿s.
Yakatizma on LibraryThing 6 months ago
Let me preface this by saying "I like this book". However...It's a good thing Scott McCloud decided to write about the art, science, and business of comics instead of pursuing more projects like this one. While I can appreciate some of the things Mr. McCloud attempted with Zot!, the end result isn't very compelling for the average comic reader.If you're a fan of Scott McCloud, and have read his other work, then definitely pick up this collection and read it. It's like a mental road map of the experiences and experiments that led him to his greater works.If you don't know who Scott McCloud is, then I recommend you do not read this collection until you've read Understanding Comics, Reinventing Comics, and Making Comics. On it's own it pales in comparison to those more academic oriented projects.
theforestofbooks on LibraryThing 6 months ago
I found this in the bookstore (obviously enough!) and was immediately intrigued: a black and white collection of super hero Zot. Not something I¿d heard of before which tempered my impulse buy. After a couple weeks though the book was still piquing my interest so I had to succumb, and my intuition was correct as I loved every bit of this. Some of the early stories aren¿t overly complex but it¿s the latter stories which are powerful. The first half of the book deals with Zot on his version of Earth and are a typical look at the super hero figure. Some good stories particularly The Ghost in the Machine. However, it¿s the stories with Zot in our world where the writing is superb. Strong characters and plotting make this both readable and thoughtful. Highlights include: Normal; Invincible. It¿s not just the storytelling in this collection though, it¿s the artwork too. Some of the panels are just breathtaking, the amount of detail, particularly the imagined art, are amazing to see. A beautiful collection of work.
savageknight on LibraryThing 6 months ago
What a great collection! Holds up surprisingly well and kept me entertained the entire time. Love this world, love these characters, and simply love the positive outlook on life and the world practiced by the main character!
jmoore34 More than 1 year ago
One of the best comic series I have ever read. A friend recommended the 80s' series when I needed a break from Marvel and DC comics. I enjoyed the great storytelling and fun characters (especially the villains Dr. Ignatius Rumbault Bellows and 9-Jack-9).
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