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Borderline, Vol. 2 by Carlos Trillo
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Borderline, Vol. 2

by Carlos Trillo

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The second volume of Borderline continues with more pure comics goodness, combining Carlos Trillo's over-the-top sci-fi storyline with Eduardo Risso's stunning black-and-white art. On some level, it's all standard ultra-violent post-apocalyptic stuff (a recipe made up of well-familiar ingredients), but it's delivered with such style and attention to narrative pacing that it works brilliantly. If you only know Risso's artwork from 100 Bullets, it's well worth checking out the Borderline series to experience his beautiful line without the distraction of someone else's coloring laid on top. ( )
  dr_zirk | Sep 27, 2009 |
En cynisk dystopi inspirerad av Frank Millers Sin City. Korta snärtiga berättelser. Vackert tuschad. ( )
  pelles | Oct 27, 2007 |
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