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Beowulf #2020

Beowulf Santiago Garc a y David Rub n han unido sus talentos para poner al d a el mito de Beowulf que durante m s de mil a os ha inspirado a partir del poema heroico del mismo t tulo obra fundacional de la

  • Title: Beowulf
  • Author: Santiago García David Rubín JavierOlivares Unknown
  • ISBN: 9788415685357
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Beowulf By Santiago García David Rubín JavierOlivares Unknown, Santiago Garc a y David Rub n han unido sus talentos para poner al d a el mito de Beowulf, que durante m s de mil a os ha inspirado a partir del poema heroico del mismo t tulo, obra fundacional de la literatura inglesa, a generaciones de autores, desde J R R Tolkien hasta un buen n mero de guionistas de Hollywood.La versi n que proponen Garc a y Rub n sigue fielmente elSantiago Garc a y David Rub n han unido sus talentos para poner al d a el mito de Beowulf, que durante m s de mil a os ha inspirado a partir del poema heroico del mismo t tulo, obra fundacional de la literatura inglesa, a generaciones de autores, desde J R R Tolkien hasta un buen n mero de guionistas de Hollywood.La versi n que proponen Garc a y Rub n sigue fielmente el argumento y la estructura en tres actos del texto original No pretende ser revisionista, ir nica ni posmoderna, sino que ha buscado apegarse al tono y los hechos narrados en el poema, y transmitir con toda su potencia la resonancia pica y melanc lica de sus versos a trav s de los recursos formales del c mic contempor neo.La perspectiva no es, pues, la del g nero de la espada y brujer a o la fantas a heroica, sino la de reconstruir un relato muy antiguo con una mirada moderna, respetando la sencillez monumental del material de partida As , Beowulf cobra nueva vida, como si fuera una historia que descubrimos por vez primera.

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    1. An oversized hardcover comics version of this epic tale The language from the Lehmann and Heaney versions are missing, but there are words to help us with the story, though the tale is told primarily through dramatic and darkly colorful images What we may recall from high school and college English course versions and maybe a relatively recent movie adaptation is Beowulf and Grendel and John Gardner s Grendel is a great text to use in studying various versions of this story, of course But in thi [...]

    2. Beautiful and moving a fine example of how the classics can be introduced to a new generation hope to see from this creative team.

    3. Beowulf is a classic Scandinavian tale that likely made it s way to Anglo Saxon lands during the Viking invasions of England during the late 700 s and into the 800 s C.E The original manuscript, a single medieval document, is housed in the British Library in London This version is a beautiful hardcover graphic novel retelling of the famous saga of Beowulf and his Geats On an interesting historical note, the Geats of Beowulf s tribe were likely to have lived in the south of Sweden At the time whe [...]

    4. I first and last read Beowulf in college and while I was both confused and impressed with it at the time, I can t say I remember it well at all Mostly, I remember Grendl and his lair I think that s the only part I really enjoyed of the epic poemstory.This is a graphic novel adaptation of ye Olde English poem and it s a lot easier to read and understand, especially with the pictures for context It doesn t seem as foreign in narrative structure as it did when I read the textbook version However, t [...]

    5. Every society, every culture, every niche of the human experiment has its monsters You just have to know where to look Whether the Jewish Lilith, broxa, or Rahab Whether the Greek cyclops, Minotaur, or Gorgon Whether the sailors Kraken, the mermaid, or sirens Whether the Japanese yokai, Chinese qilin, Australian bunyip, or Islam s Dead Sea apes Monsters abound, each fulfilling their own role in the structure of the societies they haunt The Christian mythos, long dominant in the West, has its fil [...]

    6. Okay, I m just gonna warn, in order to express my thoughts, even though there s no nudity, bloody imagery or uncensored language in this review because of rules I do wish I could show you guys some of the awesome but bloody panels from this book I have to talk about something kinda unexpected and gross briefly If you re particularly sensitive to gross things I suggest you don t read this book or the cons section of this review.What s it about This is a comic adaptation of Beowulf, a classic stor [...]

    7. Considered as being the oldest surviving long poem in Old English, Beowulf authored by an anonymous Anglo Saxon poet can be seen as the prototype for the hero s journey as not only has it inspired the likes of Star Wars and The Lord of the Rings, but it is a story that has been through many artistic interpretations over the centuries and given its unspecified origins, there is no definitive take on the epic poem, whether it is Robert Zemeckis s 2007 3D motion capture film adaptation or this Span [...]

    8. Another one I will have to eventually buy, if only for the absolutely phenomenal artwork It s been some years since I read Beowulf, but this illustrated version made me desperately want to revisit the text I ve said it before, but if middle ages literature was initially presented to me in graphic novel format, my interest in it wouldn t have taken nearly so long to develop Oh, and college would have been SO MUCH EASIER.

    9. Wow This is now my second favorite Beowulf adaptation, right after Ruth Lehmann s translation the best, in my opinion, beating Heaney s because it keeps the particular end of line alliterative metre sound of how we think the story was told This truly feels like a heroic epic, full of action, horror, sadness, victory, and some glory SPOILER, kinda Grendel is truly scary and horrible looking and visibly aroused during the first battle with Beowulf That sounds silly, I know, but it s disturbing, ad [...]

    10. The version of this published by Image is huge The art is well represented IT is a bit stylized I liked the color palette with it s dark colors with glowering crimson ad the layouts were pretty well done It is essentially the classic story I enjoyed it and it was certainly worth the 16.

    11. An intriguing and intelligent comics adaptation of the Old English classic I particularly enjoy Rubin s art and the metafictional turn at the very end.

    12. I wasn t the biggest fan of the drawing style and the stories were a bit short and only with few dialogues, but this was surely a entertaining graphic novel to read.

    13. By far, the best graphic representation of the epic classic that I have had the pleasure of reading This was well written, well interpreted artistically, and the book as a whole unit was very pleasing from a graphic design viewpoint I enjoyed the entire book and couldn t put this monstrosity no pun intended, it s a huge book down If you enjoy the classics and you enjoy graphic novels comics, you NEED to read this This epic is made even so through Garcia and Rubin s delightful collaboration.

    14. A finales de 2013 me comenzaron a llegar muchas opiniones sobre cierto c mic espa ol que era catalogado como una de las mejores obras del a o, por lo que no me resist a investigar sobre l Ver que trataba sobre el mito de Beowulf llamaba mi atenci n pero lo que realmente me convenci para conseguirlo fue el formato, ya que se trata de un pedazo de tomo de 22x31 cm.La realidad es que lo comenc hace varias semanas, le la primera de las tres partes que lo componen y lo aparqu hasta nueva orden ya que [...]

    15. 3 5 5El dibujo genial El gui n es lo que esperaba de esta historia, nada nuevo ni espectacular pero es lo que promete.

    16. Buen sima adaptaci n a la novela gr fica de una historia que, sea dicho de paso, se presta bien a ello Es fiel al texto original bueno a la traducci n original y las im genes son impresionantes.Voy a sacar mi vena filol gica y voy a decir que, como profesor que tiene que dar Beowulf en clase, pienso recomendarlo para lectura Eso s , siempre y cuando se hayan le do el original primero, que esto no es un sustituto, esto es un remake de nota.

    17. When Grendel s penis started getting close ups and ejaculated on Beowulf s stomach, I was ready for a dramatically different reinterpretation of this age old classic But then I realized the artist was just going for shock and awe to offset the rather pedestrian script There s action and gore aplenty for fans of Conan style sword and sorcery epics, but little else worth mentioning.

    18. Santiago Garc a I love graphic novels and this one wowed me I would recommend this to anyone but especially if you love the Viking era like me or struggled with the epic poem work in high school This brings the epic to life like I have never seen before The artwork is amazing I reminds me if you combine Samurai Jack with Predator Bloody Fantastic My only qualm is that I went by too fast You should read it if not for the artwork alone Yasssssss

    19. I went into this very much wanting to like it after all, Beowulf is like the Ur Lord of the Rings but to my mild surprise the graphic novel adaptations just doesn t do the story much justice.Part of the problem is structural In many ways Beowulf is not a good story by the standards of modern writing It s basically three action scenes strung together, breezed through by an OP protagonist There s a lot going on beneath the surface, I know, but superficially it s just a generic Conan the Barbarian [...]

    20. Empec Beowulf con algunos prejuicios despu s de que El H roe no me terminara de convencer del todo, pero me he encontrado con una obra que ha hecho que su lectura merezca mucho la pena Creo que el dibujo de Rub n dio un importante salto cualitativo en El H roe , y ahora, con el gui n de Santiago Garc a, pasa a una nueva dimensi n Mientras que El H roe ten a una cierta vertiente pop que me chirriaba bastante no puedo dejar de comparar ambas obras por todo lo que tienen en com n , la sangre y la s [...]

    21. Got the book as a giveaway from Image Comics.It s a successful graphic novel adaptation of the Nordic legend, Beowulf I don t think the story itself is particularly interesting Basically, a Nordic hero fights against monsters Yet, the drawings are beautiful, and the story telling is successful It s a book that you d start to read and won t stop before finishing the whole thing which won t take too long It contains lots of blood and some nudity, hence the label for mature readers If you like read [...]

    22. pico por todas partes, en el gui n, en el arte, en la historialos personajesOh los personajes, ca este Beowulf tiene ganas de vivir, de ser grande, de comerse a todo lo que le pase por frente , incluso aunque no quiera, si bien el monstruo se queda en un ser inhumano que arrasa con todo y ya Yo habia visto al pel cula de Zemeckis y si, te predispone mucho pero ac el drama es mas humano, mas intenso, mas visceral y no porque aparezcan mas rganos que en una clase de biologia , aca la historia es d [...]

    23. I won a copy of this book.This is a graphic novel and is rated M for mature Beowulf is a story that is as old as the English Language This graphic novel tells the tale with images that depict the battle of Beowulf as he fights the Grendel The book is big enough to be considered a coffee table book I was very excited to get to see and review this book.

    24. Testosterone fueled adaptation that s like reading another blood soaked Frank Miller graphic novel The graphic novel loses the spellbinding text that fills the poem Like a movie adaptation, what we get here is the action story, not the beauty of the words that created it.

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