The Tipping Point

The Tipping Point Some of the world s greatest creators have each written and drawn an original story that explores the key moment when a clear cut split occurs a mutation a personal revolt or a large scale revolutio

  • Title: The Tipping Point
  • Author: Enki Bilal Boulet Naoki Urasawa John Cassaday Bastien Vivès Emmanuel Lepage Frederik Peeters Katsuya Terada
  • ISBN: 9781594651366
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Some of the world s greatest creators have each written and drawn an original story that explores the key moment when a clear cut split occurs, a mutation, a personal revolt or a large scale revolution that tips us from one world into another, from one life to an entirely new one The Tipping Point.From slice of life tales and science fiction adventures, to amusing asidesSome of the world s greatest creators have each written and drawn an original story that explores the key moment when a clear cut split occurs, a mutation, a personal revolt or a large scale revolution that tips us from one world into another, from one life to an entirely new one The Tipping Point.From slice of life tales and science fiction adventures, to amusing asides and fantastical fables, witness these major and minor changes and evolution through the eyes of these visionaries from the worlds of manga, bande dessin e, and comics.

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    1. Another Humanoids masterpiece. It was quite the psychedelic trip, I loved Laika, The Unbeliever and I Want to Believe parts the most.

    2. If the list of creators on the cover hasn't convinced you to buy this book, then probably this is not your thing, but it sure convinced me. The Tipping Point is a beautiful collection of short stories by creators from around the world. As with every anthology some stories work better than others. Of the 13 stories I thought 4 stories were better than the rest:Taiyo Matsumoto - Hanako's FartAbout a chain of reactions and things that happen at the same time as Hanako farts at the school yard. Yes, [...]

    3. Variety is the best thing this collection has going for it. Batting the Mendoza line as far as rate of successful stories. Some groaners (The Unbeliever). Art is consistently good.

    4. This was a mixed bag for me, but that makes a lot of sense considering how many artists were involved in the creation of the work. I'm not going to go too into detail of each story, just that I enjoyed the art in about 80% of the stories and I enjoyed the stories (or at least appreciated) the stories in about 40% of the works.I didn't do any research into this work before I bought it. None. So, I was a bit surprised to find that it wasn't a single work by Naoki Urasawa. Unfortunately, his was no [...]

    5. A couple of these were a bit mediocre, but several of the selections in this anthology were quite good and a further few were outstanding. I enjoyed "Fish" in particular, which reminded me a great deal of Ryu Mitsuse's "10 Billion Days & 100 Billion Nights" and had great art to boot, and "Tengu" was fantastically surreal. The theme of the anthology isn't always entirely clear, as it's interpreted rather differently by the various contributors, but it made for an interesting compendium nevert [...]

    6. Solo hay que echarle un vistazo a los nombres de este compendio de micro relatos en cómic para saber que estamos ante canela fina.

    7. I was underwhelmed by most stories in this collection. Few auteurs really deliver, the best contribution being Lepage's 'The Awakening'.

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