☄ Cage Author Brian Azzarello – Buyantivirus.us

Cage Investigating The Murder Of A Teenage Girl, Cage Suddenly Learns That A Three Way Gang War Is Underway For Control Of The Turf He Calls Home And What Better Way To Disrupt The Stalemate Than Offering His Services To The Highest Bidder

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  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • Cage
  • Brian Azzarello
  • English
  • 08 March 2018
  • 0785113010

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  1. says:

    Three different criminal organisations vie for the same patch of land in a run down part of the city But why are the police and the mayor working with them and why this neighbourhood When an innocent child is gunned down in the turf war crossfire, Luke Cage steps up to find answers and dispense justice awww, yeahh Brian Azzarello and Richard Corben s Cage MAX is as good as I d hoped it d be given the creative team s talent It weirdly reads like a Broadway play in the sense that the entir Three different criminal organisations vie for the same patch of land in a run down part of the city But why are the police and the mayor working with them and why this neighbourhood When an innocent child is gunned down in the turf war crossfire, Luke Cage steps up to find answers and dispense justice awww, yeahh Brian Azzarello and Richard Corben s Cage MAX is as good as I d hoped it d be given the creative team s talent It weirdly reads like a Broadway play in the sense that the entire story takes place on one street four locations with Luke walking from the bar to the Italian mafia s restaurant, to the first black gang s plac...


  2. says:

    I definitely am interested in readingLuke Cage now This was a really great graphic novel and I have been loving the Netflix series


  3. says:

    My intro to Luke Cage, and Azzarello, Corben and Villarubia ensured it was a good one


  4. says:

    Wow Thank God for Brian Michael Bendis, who actually knows how to write Cage As with a lot of the Marvel Max stuff, the writer this time the usually good Azzarello takes a character down a road to ruin for no seemingly good reason In fact, I d completely forgotten I hadn t finished in over a December lunch and had to look at the last few pages before the review We get Cage in a modern day blaxploitation tale, caught between rival gangs who want to take over the old neighborhood for reasons Wow Thank God for Brian Michael Bendis, who actually knows how to write Cage...


  5. says:

    I debated whether to even mark this as read and have it show up on my list.When did blaxploitation become something to be praised and regarded as some sort of art form How has this comic gotten so many good reviews I would love to hear ...


  6. says:

    It s basically Chandler s Red Wind retold with a Marvel street level character.


  7. says:

    Marvel s MAX line was a good idea but the creator s should have been held to a higher standard and not just go for easy outs with swearing and nudity for the sake of swearing and nudity Here, a great character is depicted as a stereotype Its embarrassing This book won t make you think that Luke Cage is anyth...


  8. says:

    The story left me a bit cold, even if Luke Cage is an interesting personality Maybe too many clich s in one story, with gangs and mafia and stuff mixing up Artwork was cool, though, so it keeps this one in 3 stars.


  9. says:

    This twist on he blaxploitation trope might have been relevant in 2002, but it doesn t age well and this vision of Luke Cage doesn t live up to the potential of the character.


  10. says:

    Rese a de Andr s Accorsi para su blog y tras buscarla muchos a os, pude conseguir esta gema semi oculta de la Tercera Era de Oro de Marvel, la de Bill Jemas y Joe Quesada, la que apostaba fuerte al comic de autor y propon a desde el sello MAX versiones m s jugadas y m s adultas de los conos heroicos de la editorial As aparece esta saga de Cage en 2002, y Luke Cage ya nunca ser el mismo Ese Cage que vimos en Alias y hoy vemos en alg n t t Rese a de Andr s Accorsi para su blog y tras buscarla muchos a os, pude conseguir esta gema semi oculta de la Tercera Era de Oro de Marvel, la de Bill Jemas y Joe Quesada, la que apostaba fuerte al comic de autor y propon a desde el sello MAX versiones m s jugadas y m s adultas de los conos heroicos de la editorial As aparece esta saga de Cage en 2002, y Luke Cage ya nunca ser el mismo Ese Cage que vimos en...

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