Fb2 Uncle Sam ePub
by Steve; Ross Alex Darnall
|Author:||Steve; Ross Alex Darnall|
|Publisher:||TITAN BOOKS (2000)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1541 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1598 kb|
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Steve Darnell and Alex Ross's "Uncle Sam" is a devastating read. There's no easy way to summarize the book- it's most easily described as an all-American fever dream. We follow the titular character as he stumbles through a crime-ridden nation, homeless and decrepit.
Steve Darnell and Alex Ross's "Uncle Sam" is a devastating read. He is bombarded by memories of the crimes his so-called great nation has committed. There are no two ways about it- "Uncle Sam" is a polarizing read. Its take on American history is unflinching, and the book is quick to contrast the ideals of the United States with its actions. At times Darnell's script seems a little too on-the-nose and simplistic, but his frustration is palpable and gives the.
Steve Darnall & Alex Ross book. With dynamic painted art by Alex Ross (Kingdom Come, Superman: Peace on Earth), Uncle Sam is the story of a star-spangled vagrant guided by the voices in his head and his own fractured memories.
Alex Ross, who recently provided the lush paintings for Superman: Peace on Earth, here flexes his illustrative skills in the service of Darnalls stunning text, a damning . Steve Darnell and Alex Ross's "Uncle Sam" is a devastating read.
From the first full-page illustration of Uncle Sam as a derelict reaching out to the reader, the visually rich narrative makes its overarching point: the spirit of everything great in American history is down on its luck.
Uncle Sam is a two-part prestige format comic book mini-series published by DC Comics' Vertigo imprint in 1997. It was written by Steve Darnall with art by Alex Ross. The story centers around Sam, an obviously distressed homeless man, who wanders the streets of an unnamed city speaking mostly in odd quotes and sound bites. As he wanders, he has disturbing visions of events of injustice in American history (dealing with Indian Wars, slavery, the Civil Rights Movement, and others)
Writer: Alex Ross, Steve Darnall. But he's got no memory of where he came from, he's dressed like Uncle Sam, and there's nothing ordinary about the voices in his head.
Writer: Alex Ross, Steve Darnall. Publication date: 1997. When the voices are joined by persistent and disturbing visions, a man who doesn't even know where he was yesterday finds himself traveling through time-and the checkered history of America.
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Uncle Sam. by Steve Darnall · Alex Ross
Uncle Sam. by Steve Darnall · Alex Ross. A ragged vagrant named Sam struggles to remember his true identity as voices in his head set off time-traveling visions that drag him through his nation's darkest moments and set him on a collision course with a formidable foe. Mythology: The DC Comics Art of Alex Ross. by Alex Ross · Geoff Spear · Chip Kidd.
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Good Condition: A book that has been read, but is in good condition. Minimal damage to the book cover eg. scuff marks, but no holes or tears. If this is a hard cover, the dust jacket may be missing. Binding has minimal wear. The majority of pages are undamaged with some creasing or tearing, and pencil underlining of text, but this is minimal. No highlighting of text, no writing in the margins, and no missing pages.
Written by Steve Darnall and Alex Ross Art and cover by Alex Ross "The most eloquent use of a super-human archetype for a great many years, Darnall and Ross have with UNCLE SAM produced a luminous and moving study of America's iconographic landscape.