Paperback è Nixon's Pals PDF Þ

Paperback è Nixon's Pals PDF Þ


Nixon's Pals [Ebook] ➠ Nixon's Pals By Joe Casey – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk What's worse than being a super villain in Los Angeles County Being their parole officer of course Meet Nixon Cooper and his colorful cast of parolees at large hanging on by their fingernails in the m What's worse than being a super villain in Los Angeles County Being their parole officer of course Meet Nixon Cooper and his colorful cast of parolees at large hanging on by their fingernails in the morally ambiguous underbelly of LA But who's got it worse the criminals who're struggling and often failing to live the straight life Or Nixon himself struggling to keep up with all of them And who the hell is sleeping with Nixon's wife.

  • Paperback
  • 120 pages
  • Nixon's Pals
  • Joe Casey
  • 21 July 2016
  • 9781582409375

About the Author: Joe Casey

Librarian note there is than one author with this nameJoe Casey is an American comic book writer He has worked on titles such as Wildcats Uncanny X Men The Intimates Adventures of Superman and GI Joe America's Elite among others As part of the comics creator group Man of Action Studios Casey is one of the creators of the animated series Ben httpenwikipediaorgwikiJoeC.



7 thoughts on “Nixon's Pals

  1. Donovan Donovan says:

    Fantastic And a blind buy at thatNever read Joe Casey before but this was pretty badass Humor crime horror science fiction My kind of wacky and weird It hints of Morrison and Jonathan Hickman in that fun genre bending mind fucking kinda way And yet at only four issues there's a beginning middle and end great character development an intricate yet followable plot and impressive artwork Chris Burnham is one of my favorite illustrators A protégé of Frank uitely the influence is unmistakable fine lines dark outlines and incredible detail The action and horror illustrations are by far the best I've ever seen He also illustrated Morrison's Nameless to give you an idea of his horror capabilities Can't remember if he colored or not but the colors are incredible as wellCheck it out

  2. Chad Chad says:

    Follows the life of a parole officer for super villains Great concept for a series The character designs are uniue uirky weird risue and often funny Our protagonist actually gives a crap about his parolees and is often beaten up while looking out for them Would loved to have seen this as an ongoing series A hidden gemThanks to Mad Tom for turning me onto this

  3. Sean Sean says:

    Joe Casey and Chris Burnham team up for a twisted look at the life of a parole officer in a world with super powered bad guys I like this world where we don’t focus on the super heroes but what happens to the bad guys after prison The main character has a down on his luck likability Burnham has some insane character designs that will make you laugh and cringe This is definitely a world worth revisiting

  4. furious furious says:

    Meh it was okay Little too grim for my tastes and the main character is a complete asshole Burnham's art is great as usual It kinda reads like Venture Bros as conceived by Mark Millar if that makes sense

  5. Michael T. Christensen Michael T. Christensen says:

    A fun story a bit too brief and a bit too grotesue but fun

  6. Alex Sarll Alex Sarll says:

    I haven't been that impressed by Chris Burnham's work on Batman Incorporated which at times just feels like DC wanted Frank uitely but also wanted a monthly comic and decided to err on the side of speed But here whether it's a different inker or simply the lack of colour he instead feels like a cross between Charlie Adlard and Henry Flint Much better The story is pretty slight the travails of a probation officer for supervillains but entertaining enough for a half hour's read and unlike some other superpowered noir stories I could name refreshingly free of self importance

  7. Steve Steve says:

    not sure how this book is really that different from Codeflesh which is also by Joe Casey

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7 thoughts on “Nixon's Pals

  1. Donovan Donovan says:

    Fantastic And a blind buy at thatNever read Joe Casey before but this was pretty badass Humor crime horror science fiction My kind of wacky and weird It hints of Morrison and Jonathan Hickman in that fun genre bending mind fucking kinda way And yet at only four issues there's a beginning middle and end great character development an intricate yet followable plot and impressive artwork Chris Burnham is one of my favorite illustrators A protégé of Frank uitely the influence is unmistakable fine lines dark outlines and incredible detail The action and horror illustrations are by far the best I've ever seen He also illustrated Morrison's Nameless to give you an idea of his horror capabilities Can't remember if he colored or not but the colors are incredible as wellCheck it out

  2. Chad Chad says:

    Follows the life of a parole officer for super villains Great concept for a series The character designs are uniue uirky weird risue and often funny Our protagonist actually gives a crap about his parolees and is often beaten up while looking out for them Would loved to have seen this as an ongoing series A hidden gemThanks to Mad Tom for turning me onto this

  3. Sean Sean says:

    Joe Casey and Chris Burnham team up for a twisted look at the life of a parole officer in a world with super powered bad guys I like this world where we don’t focus on the super heroes but what happens to the bad guys after prison The main character has a down on his luck likability Burnham has some insane character designs that will make you laugh and cringe This is definitely a world worth revisiting

  4. furious furious says:

    Meh it was okay Little too grim for my tastes and the main character is a complete asshole Burnham's art is great as usual It kinda reads like Venture Bros as conceived by Mark Millar if that makes sense

  5. Michael T. Christensen Michael T. Christensen says:

    A fun story a bit too brief and a bit too grotesue but fun

  6. Alex Sarll Alex Sarll says:

    I haven't been that impressed by Chris Burnham's work on Batman Incorporated which at times just feels like DC wanted Frank uitely but also wanted a monthly comic and decided to err on the side of speed But here whether it's a different inker or simply the lack of colour he instead feels like a cross between Charlie Adlard and Henry Flint Much better The story is pretty slight the travails of a probation officer for supervillains but entertaining enough for a half hour's read and unlike some other superpowered noir stories I could name refreshingly free of self importance

  7. Steve Steve says:

    not sure how this book is really that different from Codeflesh which is also by Joe Casey

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