Le complexe du chimpanzé 1 3 ePUB ñ du chimpanzé

Le complexe du chimpanzé 1 3 ePUB ñ du chimpanzé


  • Paperback
  • 56 pages
  • Le complexe du chimpanzé 1 3
  • Richard Marazano
  • English
  • 14 January 2016
  • 9781849180023

10 thoughts on “Le complexe du chimpanzé 1 3

  1. Joy Joy says:

    I love that this features a woman of color astronaut who wants to go to Mars and I appreciate the realism of the artwork But the writing doesn't work The narrative is unevenly split between Helen and her daughter Helen is our supposed protagonist but all the emotional weight is in the daughter's part of the tale; it's hard to care when Helen really takes over the story It also doesn't help that the daughter isn't a bit convincing as an actual child I think I'll stick to Twin Spica if I want graphic novels about astronaughts


  2. Tharmeegan Tharmeegan says:

    Haunting Intriguing Scary


  3. Dana Jerman Dana Jerman says:

    This is a good story Could have been great but the writing is clunky And being set in the near future there is a bit of suspension of disbelief one must engage in with this in order to stay interested


  4. StrictlySequential StrictlySequential says:

    Interesting Great artSci Fi to the MAXGreat example of a story being too hard to rate until a later book or the end


  5. Mars Dorian Mars Dorian says:

    Review for the trilogy books 1 3 Story The Chimpanzee Complex is about astronauts from the US discovering a human mystery that takes them from the Moon to Mars told across different timelines We see the narrative unfold two ways the main part is about Helen and her discovery in space the other about her daughter dealing with the loneliness back on Earth On a grander scale it deals with humanity and their place in the universe and destiny Art photorealistic images with morbid colors sharp shadows and often freaky faces The first time I flipped the pages I thought I was in for a horror story Still it's a uniue style that fits the atmosphereVerdictThe trilogy is an intense read I finished all three books in one go because I couldn't stop It contains doppelgängers accidents in space mind bending revelations and even futuristic civilizations and renegade ships I wish the ending would have revealed because the story asks uestions than it answers but it fills me with a sense of wonder that only true sci fi canHighly recommended for any sci fi fan


  6. The_Mad_Swede The_Mad_Swede says:

    Written by Richard Marazano and drawn by Jean Michel Ponzio Paradox is the first album of three in the science fiction series The Chimpanzee Complex which thus far sets up a fairly straightforward plot concerning astronauts whose mission to Mars has been cancelled now being drawn into a mystery of a returning moon lander with unexpected voyagers Ponzio's art tells the story well and Marazano's script is solid but the album as such is very much an opening to something which makes it somewhat difficult to adeuately judge without having read what is to followI am however uite interested in tracking down the remaining two albums and see what the full story has to offer


  7. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    What I like about this comic Space travel mystery dark and detailed art and ethnically diverse main characters The tone is very serious but it plays with space travel history It is mainly about a female astronaut struggling with the balance between motherhood and her dream to explore MarsWhat I don't like about this comic The writing was lacking On one hand it came off as appropriately cold it being about military and NASA investigations On the other hand it didn't flow well and the story ended abruptly The cliffhanger perks my interest but this whole volume felt like a prologue Also though the child Sofia is very expressive her dialogue is unconvincing


  8. Nicole Nicole says:

    Very cool start to a series Makes me want to read Decades after the US first had astronauts land on the moon the year is 2035 a shuttle crashes to earth and is recoveredwith 2 men inside And both men identify themselves as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin So begins a joint NASAgovernment attempt to unravel the mystery of who these men really are who actually came back to earth after the first moon landing and what might have actually taken place out in spaceon the moon Cool premise I'll keep reading for sure


  9. Mieczyslaw Kasprzyk Mieczyslaw Kasprzyk says:

    Armstrong and Aldrin come back from the moon only they already did over 60 years ago A NASA astronaut who is having problems with her daughter who feels abandoned is sent to investigate This superbly drawn and intriguing story is the first in a trilogy that draws one in but also leaves many uestions hanging in the air


  10. Trike Trike says:

    The art here is beautiful but the story is weird I'm getting a sort of disconnected Twilight Zone type of vibe from it Some of it is due to the clunk invests of the translation I'm sure but the plot itself is bizarre That said it's nice to see a woman of color as the lead in a science fiction story


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Le complexe du chimpanzé 1 3➹ Le complexe du chimpanzé 1 3 Free ➯ Author Richard Marazano – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk In 2035 the US Navy discovers a strange space capsule that has crashed in the Indian Ocean Helen Friedman is in charge of interrogating the two survivors who are none other than Neil Armstrong and Buz du chimpanzé PDF ✓ In the US Navy discovers a strange space capsule that has crashed in the Indian Ocean Helen Friedman is in charge of interrogating the two survivors who are none other than Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin Who then are the men who came back from the Apollo XI mission.

10 thoughts on “Le complexe du chimpanzé 1 3

  1. Joy Joy says:

    I love that this features a woman of color astronaut who wants to go to Mars and I appreciate the realism of the artwork But the writing doesn't work The narrative is unevenly split between Helen and her daughter Helen is our supposed protagonist but all the emotional weight is in the daughter's part of the tale; it's hard to care when Helen really takes over the story It also doesn't help that the daughter isn't a bit convincing as an actual child I think I'll stick to Twin Spica if I want graphic novels about astronaughts

  2. Tharmeegan Tharmeegan says:

    Haunting Intriguing Scary

  3. Dana Jerman Dana Jerman says:

    This is a good story Could have been great but the writing is clunky And being set in the near future there is a bit of suspension of disbelief one must engage in with this in order to stay interested

  4. StrictlySequential StrictlySequential says:

    Interesting Great artSci Fi to the MAXGreat example of a story being too hard to rate until a later book or the end

  5. Mars Dorian Mars Dorian says:

    Review for the trilogy books 1 3 Story The Chimpanzee Complex is about astronauts from the US discovering a human mystery that takes them from the Moon to Mars told across different timelines We see the narrative unfold two ways the main part is about Helen and her discovery in space the other about her daughter dealing with the loneliness back on Earth On a grander scale it deals with humanity and their place in the universe and destiny Art photorealistic images with morbid colors sharp shadows and often freaky faces The first time I flipped the pages I thought I was in for a horror story Still it's a uniue style that fits the atmosphereVerdictThe trilogy is an intense read I finished all three books in one go because I couldn't stop It contains doppelgängers accidents in space mind bending revelations and even futuristic civilizations and renegade ships I wish the ending would have revealed because the story asks uestions than it answers but it fills me with a sense of wonder that only true sci fi canHighly recommended for any sci fi fan

  6. The_Mad_Swede The_Mad_Swede says:

    Written by Richard Marazano and drawn by Jean Michel Ponzio Paradox is the first album of three in the science fiction series The Chimpanzee Complex which thus far sets up a fairly straightforward plot concerning astronauts whose mission to Mars has been cancelled now being drawn into a mystery of a returning moon lander with unexpected voyagers Ponzio's art tells the story well and Marazano's script is solid but the album as such is very much an opening to something which makes it somewhat difficult to adeuately judge without having read what is to followI am however uite interested in tracking down the remaining two albums and see what the full story has to offer

  7. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    What I like about this comic Space travel mystery dark and detailed art and ethnically diverse main characters The tone is very serious but it plays with space travel history It is mainly about a female astronaut struggling with the balance between motherhood and her dream to explore MarsWhat I don't like about this comic The writing was lacking On one hand it came off as appropriately cold it being about military and NASA investigations On the other hand it didn't flow well and the story ended abruptly The cliffhanger perks my interest but this whole volume felt like a prologue Also though the child Sofia is very expressive her dialogue is unconvincing

  8. Nicole Nicole says:

    Very cool start to a series Makes me want to read Decades after the US first had astronauts land on the moon the year is 2035 a shuttle crashes to earth and is recoveredwith 2 men inside And both men identify themselves as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin So begins a joint NASAgovernment attempt to unravel the mystery of who these men really are who actually came back to earth after the first moon landing and what might have actually taken place out in spaceon the moon Cool premise I'll keep reading for sure

  9. Mieczyslaw Kasprzyk Mieczyslaw Kasprzyk says:

    Armstrong and Aldrin come back from the moon only they already did over 60 years ago A NASA astronaut who is having problems with her daughter who feels abandoned is sent to investigate This superbly drawn and intriguing story is the first in a trilogy that draws one in but also leaves many uestions hanging in the air

  10. Trike Trike says:

    The art here is beautiful but the story is weird I'm getting a sort of disconnected Twilight Zone type of vibe from it Some of it is due to the clunk invests of the translation I'm sure but the plot itself is bizarre That said it's nice to see a woman of color as the lead in a science fiction story

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