Rock Bottom

Rock Bottom What would you do if you discovered you were turning to stone What would that extraordinary circumstance do to your life Writer Joe Casey Wildcats Version X Men Superman and Eisner Award nominat

  • Title: Rock Bottom
  • Author: Joe Casey Charlie Adlard
  • ISBN: 9781932051452
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Paperback
  • What would you do if you discovered you were turning to stone What would that extraordinary circumstance do to your life Writer Joe Casey Wildcats Version 3.0, X Men, Superman and Eisner Award nominated artist Charlie Adlard Walking Dead answer these questions and in this long awaited, gut wrenching original graphic novel drama Thomas Dare was an ordinary man wWhat would you do if you discovered you were turning to stone What would that extraordinary circumstance do to your life Writer Joe Casey Wildcats Version 3.0, X Men, Superman and Eisner Award nominated artist Charlie Adlard Walking Dead answer these questions and in this long awaited, gut wrenching original graphic novel drama Thomas Dare was an ordinary man with ordinary problems, until fate steeped in to turn his life upside down.

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    1. Joe Casey Charlie Adlard

      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 3.0, Uncanny X Men, The Intimates, Adventures of Superman, and G.I 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 10.enpedia wiki Joe_Casey

    631 thoughts on “Rock Bottom”

    1. This book fails -- at least as the "epic of human proportions" the back cover proclaims it to be. In reality, it's good, or at least good enough -- meaning, it meets my relatively low standards for graphic novels: attractive visuals (Okay, pretty pictures), an interesting story, and a manageable length (so I can read it in one or two sittings). In reality, it is not the story of "every man" -- a story which captures and depicts a deep something of human nature to which we can all relate. It is t [...]


    2. Cross posted from ComicsForgeWhen you look at this book it has such a simple front cover that you really don't expect much from it. I mean it's a picture of a hand with what looks like a weird shadow underneath it, broken and disjointed. Buts a pretty powerful work and while the tale has been told before, this provides a unique look at the age old questionwhat would you do if you knew you were going to do die? What would you do to try to live?This is the story of one man, Tommy, and his life. Ev [...]


    3. Really nice little character piece. The fantastic plot element of the main character turning to stone adds a hint of magic realism to the story, but it really is just a metaphor for any type of fatal illness. It doesn't pull any punches in its portrayal of the main character; he's not always the nicest guy, just because he's sick. But that's what makes the book noteworthy. And it is nice to see Charlie Adlard's art at this early stage in his career and compare it to the more polished work he doe [...]


    4. Joe Casey really should be bigger than what he is in the medium of comic books. Works like his run on WILDcats, and this original graphic novel, Rock Bottom, go largely unnoticed, as fanboys go after whatever crossover mega-events are being orchestrated by DC and Marvel. It's not really anything you haven't read before, but Casey does a superb job in conveying what it means to suffer from a terminal illness yes, I realize it's petrification, but Casey examines friendship, and ultimately, carpe [...]


    5. Un musico empezando sus treintas descubre que tiene una enfermedad hereditaria que poco a poco lo convierte en piedra. Realmente la historia no es gran cosa, y el arte de Charlie Adlard (primeros tomos de The Walking Dead) tampoco es nada fuera de lo comun, me gustaron algunos detalles, el final me parecio bueno y el circo mediatico que se creo alrededor de la historia.


    6. Une manière originale de parcourir la vie sentimentale d'un homme. Des dessins bien maîtrisés et un scénario orchestré avec habilité. Mais au final ça reste mineur comme le plaisir de deux auteurs de comics.



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