The Last Of The Mohicans
  • The Last Of The Mohicans
  • The Last Of The Mohicans
  • The Last Of The Mohicans
ISBN: 0765337320
EAN13: 9780765337320
Language: English
Pages: 384
Dimensions: 1.1" H x 8.2" L x 5.5" W
Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Amazing art, story and good for potiential comic artist to study.
Jim Lee is an artist that I enjoy working with. The title of the comic book makes him invisible. You will be amazed by the raw art in this book. His talent is shown in this book. How did he think this up... and how did he find the time to make it? If you read his biography, you will see that he is involved in a lot of things. The Hush story line is one of Batman's best. I went back to the first page to read it again after finishing the book. It shows what it takes to be a comic artist, in both skill and ability.
   Beautiful, remarkably detailed and incredibly interesting black and white art version of Batman: Hush.
The black and white version of Batman Hush is a beautiful interpretation of the story. Hush Unwrapped is presented in a format that is roughly 98% black and white and it makes for a remarkable story. If you've read the story in color, re-reading it in a drawing format is quite cool. Jim Lee's pencilpen work has rough details intact. There is so much to see in this volume. It will take you a bit longer to read than the color version because there's so much more to explore on each page.
   Jim Lee-Like You've Never Seen
I will start with a warning. If you haven't read Hush by DC, you shouldn't get this book. Jim Lee only used pencils and rough paints for his story. If you are like me and like to see the artistic evolution of a great product, you should get it. Most people will be lost or bored because I find this stuff fascinating and educational. This is a good place to start to understand what is involved in making a critical step in the graphical art process. Jim Lee is a great artist who should be in the same company as Dore and Dali. He is one of the best comic artists of all time, ranking with the likes of McFarlane, Perez, Wrightson and LaRocca.
The book was delivered by the specified time. Excellent condition, and a great purchase. I think that the sketch version is better than the original book. It is nice to see all the lines. This is a great reference for any artist working with art, but anyone who loves batman, a good story, and sketches will enjoy this one. The effects are done in color. It was a great purchase.
   Great for inspiring artists and collectors
The thought process and changes between the colored and sketched out versions of Jimlee's art are shown in this book. Is it worth more than 20 dollars? There is no. There's nothing to give it that extra value, so get it cheap. It's still a nice book to collect and look at.
   Hush Puppy
Even though I'm a Superman fan and don't usually read Batman titles, I wasn't disappointed with Hush because I enjoy Jeph Loeb's writing. There is a compelling graphic novel in the two volumes of Hush. We don't know why an unknown figure from Batman's past is manipulating his enemies in order to punish him until the end of the story. An excellent mystery, lovingly- written and finely- drawn and compelling throughout, is what this is. It's recommended for fans of Batman and other graphic novels.
   I don't really get the love for Hush
Hush isn't a good mystery because it's painfully obvious who Hush is and the fact that we never heard of Bruce Wayne's childhood friend until this story and his motives are unclear is a shame. We hear that he wanted to kill his parents, but we don't know why he hated his parents or why he wanted money. The good news is that if you don't know anything about Batman or any of the supporting characters, a good book is a good book to pick up. In terms of length, this volume is better than the first one. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't something I was worried about.
I bought this in the Czech Republic. I can't read Czech but I like to pic up comics in other languages. I like postcards and comic books. I was determined to get the English version after seeing the artwork. The storyline is good, the art is good, and there is a great cast of characters. The HUSH series is a must if you' re a Batman fan.
Jim Lee's work is always enjoyable. The book reinforces his legend. The Hush series was written well and you can't go wrong with top notch pencils. It's a must have for comic book fans.
   super friendly
I thought it was quicker and they were nice enough to write a note.