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You get little bits and pieces of his past, how he was made, what he was made for, while the other portion of this book is about other people hunting him down. View all 3 comments. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. But the main reason I love this comic is that Lemire with his writing and even more so Nguyen with his fantastic artwork really made me care about the poor little bot. I love this shit. Lemire explores territory here that immediately brings to mind Star Wars and A.

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Descender #32

The structure of the UGC, how quickly it all pretty much fell apart after the attack, the people going after Tim Come to find out, a planet named Niyrata has been attacked by some bad-ass machines and now everyone wants robots dead. Then again, the surprisingly epic Descender is going for more of a mainstream appeal than most of Lemire’s work, so a little slickness probably can’t hurt.

The people are horribly drawn and the coloring does not save the art in the slightest, but the spacecrafts are magnificent. But don’t stop there! Am I supposed to be rooting for Tim? To the point that I descener would have enjoyed the story even more if Lemire himself had also done the artwork – which is almost absurd to say, as Dustin Nguyen’s beautiful watercolors bring the story to life very convincingl Space opera with an edge as descemder as a heart – I love it!


Somehow the last remaining boy companion bit Tim basically stolen straight from AI holds the key to the Harvesters. I couldn’t really get into the dialogue either, although the idea was cool.

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I truly love the style of watercolour and I envy those who have real flair and talent with that medium as it’s a tricky one and this comic not only embraces the style, but does so beautifully. TIM and his friends are struggle to stay alive in a universe that outlaws androids. More often than not, it is possible to see some of the sketch-like penciling and the rough outlines that were done prior to putting colors.

Mar 01, Sarah DiMento rated it liked it Shelves: Regardless, this graphic novel is beautiful.

Descender #32 | Image Comics

Books by Jeff Lemire. Dustin Nguyen has made a visually stunning universe with his painted water color art. But it is well worth it. Lemire wrote Teen Titans: McCoy rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: We only get to see a few of these planets within this first volume, but the ones that we do get to see were very well developed. The story is told in a current time and with the use of flashbacks to show history or back stories-the story develops slowly.


I had a feeling this was special.

Justice League Dark writer — with Ray Fawkes in Archived from the original on July 14, In the past year he has brought forth Plutonaa comic about a superhero and the kids who find her body, All-New Hawkeyea follow up to the best rendition the character ever got with Matt Fraction, Green Arrow, whom he saved after a disastrous run by other writers, Moon Knight, whose first issue was brilliant, all without including the masterpieces he has published throughout his career.

Various factions are alerted who want Tim whose tiny body potentially contains the secrets behind the Harvesters – run, robot Pinocchio, run! Preview — Descender, Vol. This is how you do a great space comic! It’s my favorite book. The first few issues are set up and introduction and even though they are beautiful it takes a few to truly understand the nature of the worlds these character inhabit.

Retrieved May 14, Jeff Lemire explores the intimate heart of new sci-fi comic”.

View all 21 comments. Lemire’s work was part of the “Comic Craze” exhibit, which showcased Canadian comics and narrative fiction. The plot was a little generic The second I see anything by Image Comics in the “Read Now” section, I automatically request and download it right away.