This volume richly illustrates the heroic "battle of the skyfurnaces" in the race for Archangel, the soul prison in the Spiritrealm. Maya, Makita, Kyuzo and Urik test their strength and skill against their former comrades on the decks of the huge ships, in the depths of the fiery Konstantinov hull and in the vast skies above....
|Title||:||The Red Star Volume 3: Prison Of Souls|
|Number of Pages||:||142 Pages|
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The Red Star Volume 3: Prison Of Souls Reviews
Love this book. The art is amazing and the story is fun. The fusion of magic and tech is perfect.
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The Red Star is best known as the first comic to successfully integrate CG along with good ol' pen and paper comic art. And I immediately dismissed it for this reason. Striking me as gimmicky, the merging of CG and comic art really has had little success in the past. I prefer traditional comic art, free of the perversions of computers.However, once I got around to reading the Red Star, I found a pleasant harmony of traditional and CG comic art. As a convert I here to tell you, it can work. The key here is knowing when and when not to use CG. The Red Star never makes the mistake of trying to render organic entities with CG, which is a relief because it doesn't work. Inorganic structure, such as ships and weapons, are rendered in CG to striking effects. Combined with the great comic art, the Red Star is a delight to behold.Make no mistake, the art is the Red Star's selling point. Thankfully, the story's no slouch. Based in an alternate universe were Russia wages war utilizing both technology and magic, the Red Star follows a likable cast struggling to find there way is a war torn world. Not the most original character springboard, but it's well done and ultimately the Red Star is as fun to read, as it is to see. If you hate war stories, avoid, if not enjoy.
Christian Gossett is the man!!! Each and every issue is better than the last. This graphic novel features the spirit realm more prominently, introducing the Wanderer, along with other demigods who represent the different ideals and epochs of this world. The goal of the series is defined and my brain is literally reeling at the implications of it. I really hope that this series sees and end and isn't simply forgotten.
Red Star just keeps getting better and more epic with every volume. Blending a mythology with hard science-fiction, the art work of classic comic illustrations meshed with Computer graphics is simply beautiful, how the two enhance the story telling.Highly recommend this series to any comic fan.