Aron Warner's Pariah issue #4

Aron Warner s Pariah issue Brent Marks is not a freak He is one of the Pariah a group of teens who become extremely intelligent after being cured of a genetic disorder Although in most ways a normal teen Brent is considered d

  • Title: Aron Warner's Pariah issue #4
  • Author: Aron Warner
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  • Page: 131
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  • Brent Marks is not a freak He is one of the Pariah, a group of teens who become extremely intelligent after being cured of a genetic disorder Although in most ways a normal teen, Brent is considered dangerous and is tracked down by the government who see these kids as an enormous threat Can he evade them What do they have planned for Brent and the others In this issue Brent Marks is not a freak He is one of the Pariah, a group of teens who become extremely intelligent after being cured of a genetic disorder Although in most ways a normal teen, Brent is considered dangerous and is tracked down by the government who see these kids as an enormous threat Can he evade them What do they have planned for Brent and the others In this issue Franklin Hyde was born into politics He s smooth, he s suave, and he s a Vitro which means he can out think pretty much anyone Franklin has a plan to unite all the Vitros and keep them safe from those who wish them harm The problem is, how can he get all the Vitros to go along with him when they re loathe to trust anyone He ll earn the undying hatred of the rest of the Vitros, but has he signed their death warrant, or given them the chance to become what they re truly destined to be Aron Warner is the Academy Award winning producer of the animated blockbuster Shrek series Mr Warner joined PDI Dreamworks in 1997 working as the producer on the animated film, Antz He is currently in partnership with director Andrew Adamson in Strange Weather where they and partner Jeff Fierson are developing a slate of live action and animated feature films and television shows He, producing alongside James Cameron, just wrapped the Untitled Cirque Du Soleil 3 D project, which was written and directed by Adamson Pariah is his first graphic novel series.

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    1. Title: Pariah, Issue #4Author: Aron Warner and Philip GellatIllustrations by: Brett WeldeleGenre: Fantasy Format: paperback (graphic novel)Publisher: Sea Lion BooksFranklin Hyde.A vitro.Is he their savior or their condemner?From birth Franklin Hyde was hidden. Hidden from prying eyes, from himself and even from his parents. He was an abomination. He was the dark spot to his parent’s otherwise impeccable reputation. Franklin was kept under lock and key, kept in the family home and abandoned of [...]

    2. Originally Reviewed at:Mother/Gamer/WriterRating: 4.5 ControllersReview Source:Sea Lion Books for Honest ReviewReviewer: MeFranklin Hyde, the self proclaimed savior of Vitro’s. Born into a wealthy political family, Franklin was the thing they wanted to forget. His parents, unloving and uncaring, kept him hidden from the world. He was in fact, their dirty little secret. So for Franklin, books were his life, the only way for him to gain any knowledge about the world he would never get to see or [...]

    3. --Full, non-spoiler review courtesy at Book & Movie Dimension a Blog--Might be the best of all the comic issues in the Pariah world. Why you ask? Quite simply it brings together all the characters seen from the previous comic issues. Pariah Issue #1: Brent, Pariah Issue #2: Lila , and Pariah Issue #3 Maudsley. In this issue we see that the reason the Vitros were all gathered and captured in the previous issues had a purpose. The mastermind behind this whole plan is Franklin Hyde. While you m [...]

    4. In Issue 4 of Aron Warner’s “Pariah,” we meet Franklin Hyde and learn of his plans to gather up the vitros, bring them together and get them a safe place to live. He has made a deal with his parents – high muckety-mucks in the government – that the vitros will be taken to an island off the coast of Venezuela, where they will be allowed to live their lives and be left to their own devices. That is his plan – but is that what will end up happening?Wow – what can I say about this issu [...]

    5. This issue features Franklin Hyde. He has brought all the vitros together, to take them to a place he calls "A place for us to be free". He is a vitros himself, but hasn't complete convinced some of the others this isn't a con. We also learn that Franklin didn't have a very good childhood. Both his parents have powerful positions and have hidden him away from the outside world because of what he is.Good story! I felt bad for Franklin Hyde. He has lived quite a lonely existence, One of his parent [...]

    6. Pariah #4 is great! I know I said this before for Issue #3, but this one was by far the best from the other 3 issues. There is definitely more dialogue, the graphics is amazing, and the character stories are now starting to merge into one. In this issue, Franklin Hyde's story is told and I'm seeing him differently now. However, I still don't know whether if he's a good guy or bad guy, or if he's really doing what's best for his 'people'.Pariah Issue #4 reveals all the Vitros gathered together, s [...]

    7. Thank you to Sea Lion Books for allowing me to review this next issue of Pariah.This issue follows Franklin Hyde and his back story. It explains why he has gotten all the Vitro's together and his ultimate plan to make everybody happy.Franklin was locked away because his parents are in the political arena and they were concerned about their image of having a vitro son. in the end this turned him against them and gave him the reason to leave.This issue was excellent, Franklin appeared in the previ [...]

    8. Podem ler a opinião completa no Floresta de Livros. The art continues to amaze me and the story gets more complex and unpredictable in this issue. The ending caught me by susprise and I'm curious to know how the Vitros will get out of that situation.

    9. This was an interesting comic series, the idea of a super race of humans taking over the world.what would you do with them? Do they really want to take over the world or do we only think that? This is an interesting comic to read and think about. I think anyone would enjoy this series.

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