Hardcover º Noé Kindle Þ

Hardcover º Noé Kindle Þ

Noé ❴Download❵ ➹ Noé Author Stéphane Levallois – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk A near silent allegorical fable of man vs nature that stunningly explores the medium’s potentialA lone figure in a diving suit drags an enormous wooden ark through the desert scarring the earth with A near silent allegorical fable of man vs nature that stunningly explores the medium’s potentialA lone figure in a diving suit drags an enormous wooden ark through the desert scarring the earth with its deep furrow A plane crashes A zeppelin prowls the azure skies its crew seduced by caged women while Bedouins and soldiers clash under the blazing sun This poetic tale entrances as it pulls all these elements and characters together into a haunting yet mesmerizing canvas.


7 thoughts on “Noé

  1. Vilmos Kondor Vilmos Kondor says:

    All right this is as strange as it gets and as good as it gets Once again a metaphysical story deeply ridden with mystery and secrets A comic book with no bubbles just some texts between the stories But what stories And the artwork Less is and this short novel is a living proof The image is so strong the story the underlying story is so strong that Levallois doesn't need colors or bubbles just mesmerizing lines and breathtaking imagery What is the book about? I really can't say since I don't know but I think I got the meaning it especially held for me and I loved every page of it A truly uniue experience


  2. brian annan brian annan says:

    remarkable tremendous pacing and page design Levallois beautiful cinematic style utilises conventional paneling to absolute perfection the sense of drama or feeling of scale the immensity of some objects and happenings are overwhelming the few text pieces are of high poetry and both inform and create uestions excellent read i will return to this many times for as many reasons


  3. Paul Swanson Paul Swanson says:

    Wonderful story telling through mostly colorless art aloneRemarkable and thoughtful composition seuencing and pace Beautiful and talented penciling and watercolorInteresting story with elements of fantasy adventure biblical themes war and steamdiesel punk Lots to admire in this workFather We are the playthings of the windsWhether they guide us or misdirect usThey always carry usI return to the desertWith my eyes closed


  4. Marcelo Marcelo says:

    Ao terminar o vol1 voltei ao início para observar novamente a história sim “observar” pois trata se de uma história sem balões e tentar entender a relação entre os últimos capítulos com o todo da históriaMas tudo passa a fazer sentido depois ue você lê o segundo volumeAí tudo se encaixa e você se dá conta de ue Stéphane Levallois teve um jeito peculiar de descrever tudo através de belas imagensRoteiro 40Arte 50


  5. Ed Erwin Ed Erwin says:

    Well that was something Not sure what But definitely something


  6. Mark Mark says:

    That has to be the weirdest graphic novel I have ever read; surreal is one way of describing it I guessThe grey wash over inked line work is beautiful reminding me of David Mack


  7. Celil Celil says:

    Provokatif ve sıklıkla Oryantalist olmasına rağmen hipnotize edici bir hikâyesi var Şiirlerle bezenmiş ve hemen hiç diyalogun olmadığı bir anlatımı var Devamını merakla beklediklerimden


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7 thoughts on “Noé

  1. Vilmos Kondor Vilmos Kondor says:

    All right this is as strange as it gets and as good as it gets Once again a metaphysical story deeply ridden with mystery and secrets A comic book with no bubbles just some texts between the stories But what stories And the artwork Less is and this short novel is a living proof The image is so strong the story the underlying story is so strong that Levallois doesn't need colors or bubbles just mesmerizing lines and breathtaking imagery What is the book about? I really can't say since I don't know but I think I got the meaning it especially held for me and I loved every page of it A truly uniue experience

  2. brian annan brian annan says:

    remarkable tremendous pacing and page design Levallois beautiful cinematic style utilises conventional paneling to absolute perfection the sense of drama or feeling of scale the immensity of some objects and happenings are overwhelming the few text pieces are of high poetry and both inform and create uestions excellent read i will return to this many times for as many reasons

  3. Paul Swanson Paul Swanson says:

    Wonderful story telling through mostly colorless art aloneRemarkable and thoughtful composition seuencing and pace Beautiful and talented penciling and watercolorInteresting story with elements of fantasy adventure biblical themes war and steamdiesel punk Lots to admire in this workFather We are the playthings of the windsWhether they guide us or misdirect usThey always carry usI return to the desertWith my eyes closed

  4. Marcelo Marcelo says:

    Ao terminar o vol1 voltei ao início para observar novamente a história sim “observar” pois trata se de uma história sem balões e tentar entender a relação entre os últimos capítulos com o todo da históriaMas tudo passa a fazer sentido depois ue você lê o segundo volumeAí tudo se encaixa e você se dá conta de ue Stéphane Levallois teve um jeito peculiar de descrever tudo através de belas imagensRoteiro 40Arte 50

  5. Ed Erwin Ed Erwin says:

    Well that was something Not sure what But definitely something

  6. Mark Mark says:

    That has to be the weirdest graphic novel I have ever read; surreal is one way of describing it I guessThe grey wash over inked line work is beautiful reminding me of David Mack

  7. Celil Celil says:

    Provokatif ve sıklıkla Oryantalist olmasına rağmen hipnotize edici bir hikâyesi var Şiirlerle bezenmiş ve hemen hiç diyalogun olmadığı bir anlatımı var Devamını merakla beklediklerimden

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