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    THE ASTOUNDING WOLF-MAN #3
    September 2007



    story ROBERT KIRKMAN
    art & cover JASON HOWARD
    32 PAGES
    FC
    $2.99


    After the cataclysmic, status quo altering events of last issue, Gary Hampton is left to pick up the pieces of his life. After everything he’s been through, things are about to get worse. Could The Astounding Wolf-Man’s career as a crime-fighter be over before it’s even truly begun? Also in this issue: WEREWOLF FIGHT!

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    Adaptado do http://www.atomiccomics.com/Pages/At...5/Default.aspx com comentários meus

    For the third issue of a new series, Astounding Wolf-Man is surprisingly difficult to get into. It's not that we can't figure out who the main characters are and what they're doing, it's just that it seems like a lot has happened in the previous two issues that Kirkman refers to without much explanation. For a comic that is about a superhero werewolf, it feels like we need to do more work than we should.

    Concordo com o comentário aqui. Diferentemente de Invinicble onde o kirkman perdeu um TP inteiro para apresentar o personagem e Walking Dead onde o desenvolvimento é quase Bendiano, aqui as coisas acontecem rapido demais.

    We begin with a confrontation between the Wolf-Man, Gary, and his vampire mentor, Zechariah. From their conversation, we get that Zechariah left Gary alone for two weeks, and in that time, Gary killed a man when he was in a wild wolf state.

    Aqui um exemplo. Tudo bem que faz parte do mistério da história, mas que porra é essa ??? um vampiro que ninguem sabe o porque descobre que o cara é lubisômi e passa a ser seu mentor ??? ele é bonzinho ??? ele é marvadão ??? e agora ???



    Apparently he can change into a wolf at will, but on the first night of the full moon, he loses control. He's wracked with guilt, but Zechariah tells him it wasn't his fault. There's a lot of information in those first few pages, but Kirkman tries his best to give it all to us. He does a less-than-stellar job, however, because the dialogue feels stilted and unnatural. Although he gives us a lot of information, we don't get why Gary killed that particular person, who was apparently a superhero. One doesn't just go around killing superheroes when one is in wolf form, presumably. So it's an odd beginning to the book, in that we get a lot of information awkwardly, but are still missing some crucial points.

    Aqui o cara não entendeu. o Vampirão disse pro Lubisômi que ele pode controlar suas transformações normalmente exceto no período da lua cheia, onde ele vira um lobo mal DO MAL que sai rasgando por aí

    Gary has a brief conversation with his wife, and then goes back out on patrol. The idea of a werewolf superhero is a pretty good one, and Kirkman lets Gary do some fighting, as a generic bad guy has taken a girl hostage after committing some crime (weirdly enough, we don't find out what he did). Wolf-Man springs into action, and Howard, whose solid, angular lines give the book a nice pop art look, gets to draw a big fight.

    Essa parte de resgatar a minazinha é até legal, mas é como o cara disse, ninguem sabe o que aconteceu, só sabe que o cara sequestrou a mina e pronto.



    When Gary returns to Zechariah (who drives around in a Wolf-Mobile, acting as Gary's eyes and ears to find crime), the vampire is being held hostage by four werewolves who know something about Gary and speak cryptically to him for a few pages before running away with threats to return. Zechariah knows who they are, but as it's almost day, he has to leave. He promises to tell Gary all about it later.

    AHHHHH o famoso Lobo-Móvel. Do nada o vampirão aparece com a porra do carro com o logo do lobão (bizonho). Aí rola um pau doido entre uma paulada de lubisômi mas os lubisômis do MAL ficam com medo do nosso herói porque ele é "DE LINHAGEM ANTIGA" buuuuuu



    The final few pages show Gary and his wife, Rebecca, at their "estate." Gary tells her that he no longer has a job with the company he founded, because the Board of Directors voted him out. Then things get worse, as we end the issue with ... an eviction notice! Oh, the drama! It's kind of weird way to end, but Kirkman is writing a long-form story, so he doesn't seem that concerned with building up each issue to a cliffhanger.

    Aí outra paulada, o cara perde a empresa que CRIOU, perde a casa e perde até o pinto, que sumiu as quatro horas da tarde.

    Beyond the obvious of using a werewolf as superhero, this is pretty much a generic superhero book. Kirkman doesn't give us enough to care about Gary, and after the slow, dialogue-heavy start, it's tough to get back into the story. Perhaps Kirkman should have tried less to catch us up on what has been happening and instead try to make the book itself more of a hook, because the action scenes aren't bad, but ending with the tragedy of Gary's financial situation doesn't really make us want to come back, because we don't really know if we should be interested in Gary and Rebecca that much. The book's structure works against it, and although it seems like there's an interesting backstory in the comic, the way Kirkman presents the material is almost designed to bore us. Why not put the financial stuff in the middle and end with one of the werewolves clutching Zechariah by the neck and making threats against Gary? It might work better.

    Aqui temos a prova que o saka tinha razão. o título é meio fraco.



    It's always nice to see superhero books from publishers other than DC or Marvel, with their decades of continuity, but Wolf-Man doesn't rise to the occasion. Kirkman has done much better with Invincible. This book doesn't really do much to interest new readers. Maybe if you started with #1 it would, but the third issue should still try to bring in new readers, shouldn't it?

    O kirkman errou a mão aqui mesmo. Vamos ver se melhora. Acho que agora o saka larga essa hehehehehehhee
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    Isso é só uma brincadeira ...

  • #2
    E... ?

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    • #3
      Porra.. plagiaram o símbolo dos thundercats, puta mundo injusto meu.

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      • #4
        e é uma avaliação.
        Isso é só uma brincadeira ...

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        • #5
          que marca bizarra de copiada de thundercats. muito descarada. essa nem Liefeld teria a cara-de-pau.

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          • #6
            Postado originalmente por Hellblazer
            e é uma avaliação.
            Mas pra avaliar o que? O homem-lobo, o símbolo dele, a revista que provavelmente nunca vou ler ou a matéria?

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            • #7
              Postado originalmente por Eduardo Von Doom
              Postado originalmente por Hellblazer
              e é uma avaliação.
              Mas pra avaliar o que? O homem-lobo, o símbolo dele, a revista que provavelmente nunca vou ler ou a matéria?
              a revista. se não vai ler não é problema meu. eu não vou ler novos titãs e sempre abrem avaliações.

              a materia é uma avaliação que eu achei semelhante com minha opinião e coloquei aqui.
              Isso é só uma brincadeira ...

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              • #8
                É realmente um absurdo discutir quadrinhos em um fórum de quadrinhos. Mais uma semaninha para o Hell.

                Esse Jason Howard parece ser bem mais ou menos. Pela avaliação do Hell (bella avaliação, por sinal), parece que a revista é uma porcaria.
                Postado originalmente por Minotauro
                Tenho uma grande atração por gays. Não entendo.
                Postado originalmente por Soprano
                O mundo é um lugar muito mal frequentado.
                Postado originalmente por Fluffy
                Ah não! Minhas revistinhas.

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                • #9
                  não é uma porcaria do nivel Jeph Loeb, mas não é recomendável como Invincible ou altamente recomendável como Walking Dead.

                  até agora não disse a que veio.

                  O Lobo-móvel foi de doer.
                  Isso é só uma brincadeira ...

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                  • #10
                    Eu até cogitei em comprar o importado desse ai, minha mão coçou mais não levei, depois li algumas críticas e me senti aliviado.

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