100 Bullets: Decayed



As The Only Exception To The Japan Ballet Association S Scholarship Program, Underdog Dancer Hijiri Masumi Trains Hard Every Day With Other Students Who Have All Won The Right To Train Under The Best Dance Instructors Because Masumi S Technique Leaves Much To Be Desired, Master Instructor And Genius Dancer Alexei Sergeiev Demands That She Return To The Basics To Improve Her Technique Masumi Practices Diligently, So That She Will Be Chosen As One Of Three Student Performers In The Japan Ballet Company S Special Performance In Moscow Eventually, Some Of The Ballet Students Depart For Various Destinations Around The World To Further Their Dance Careers As Alexei Leaves For Moscow, He Reminds Her Once Again To Master The Basics, Because Her Journey Has Just Begun Hearing This Heartening Message, Masumi Vows To Work Hard, And Returns To The Ballet Studio To Practice, Only To Find A Handsome New Foreign Student Has Arrived Will This Newcomer Support Her In Her Quest To Develop As A Dancer, Or Will Romantic Entanglements Become An Obstacle100 Bullets: Decayed

Brian Azzarello born in Cleveland, Ohio is an American comic book writer He came to prominence with 100 Bullets, published by DC Comics mature audience imprint Vertigo He and Argentine artist Eduardo Risso, with whom Azzarello first worked on Jonny Double, won the 2001 Eisner Award for Best Serialized Story for 100 Bullets 15 18 Hang Up on the Hang Low.Azzarello has written for Batman Broken City , art by Risso Batman Deathblow After the Fire , art by Lee Bermejo, Tim Bradstreet, Mick Gray and Superman For Tomorrow , art by Jim Lee.In 2005, Azzarello began a new creator owned series, the western Loveless, with artist Marcelo Frusin.As of 2007, Azzarello is married to fellow comic book writer and illustrator Jill Thompson.information taken from

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  • Paperback
  • 100 Bullets: Decayed
  • Brian Azzarello
  • English
  • 27 August 2019
  • 184576384X

10 thoughts on “100 Bullets: Decayed

  1. says:

    Going strong towards the big final act of the story, and I can t wait to see how Azarello and Risso are going to wrap it all up Just threevolumes to go This volume also featured a nice introduction by Darwyn Cooke, which was a pleasant surprise but also made me sad, because, you know Fuck 2016.

  2. says:

    It is with this volume, which collects issues 68 through 75, that I finally got myself a bit lost Shocking, but true Granted, the fact that Agent Graves is playing all of these characters off one another in his grand scheme to undermine the Trust andspecifically the House of Medici, is clearly still the underlying motive driving the basic plot of this series But the double crossing just gets plainmaddening with each new character that is added into the mix There really s It is with this volume, which collects issues 68 through 75, that I finally got myself a bit lost Shocking, but true Granted, the fact that Agent Graves is playing all of these characters off one another in his grand scheme to undermine the Trust andspecifically the House of Medici, is clearly still the underlying motive driving the basic plot of this series But the double crossing just gets plainmaddening with each new character that is added into the mix There really should be a guide made specifically for this series, as it is so easy to get lost on who is connected to whom, and how One major character who I like others before me believed bit the big one several volumes back turns up alive and kicking Which is a total shocker And who is alsothan eager to see Graves sent to his, umm, grave No pun intended there, folks But if I said anything , that would be spoiling it for you 100 Bullets virgins out there And speaking of whom If you haven t already and if you love sexy and gritty crime noir revenge tales I highly recommend you pick up this series Don t walk run

  3. says:

    Thisa review for the entire series While the writer begins to tell an intriguing tale of deception, morality, and vengeance, it falls short of expectations Early in the series Brian Azzarello loses control of the details, motivations, and ultimately the thrust behind the narrative The reader is expected to follow along the trail of poorly conceived plot twists as characters, who have been steadfastly loyal in the past, seemingly switch sides or join forces with little reason beyond they Thisa review for the entire series While the writer begins to tell an intriguing tale of deception, morality, and vengeance, it falls short of expectations Early in the series Brian Azzarello loses control of the details, motivations, and ultimately the thrust behind the narrative The reader is expected to follow along the trail of poorly conceived plot twists as characters, who have been steadfastly loyal in the past, seemingly switch sides or join forces with little reason beyond they don t trust someone It feels as if the writer became fascinated with telling a deeply interwoven story then realized it would be cool for the series be a hundred issues long As a result Mr Azzarello proceeds to play fast and loose with character motivations, interactions, and relationships in order to reach the desired end In conclusion, 100 Bullets is a great premise unfortunately undermined by a lack of development and care of its story and characters

  4. says:

    A lot of things happen without explanation in this volume A lot of seemingly disjointed actions that one assumes come together in a later issue But as that issue is not present in this volume, Vol 10 is pretty weak 2.5

  5. says:

    3 4 of the way through this volume focuses on what would seem to beperipheral characters, and not much obvious happens though there is a touch of gruesome violence along the way All the plots seems to proceed in parallel, turning in themselves Garves and Lono as warlords, pulling the strings in the power grab Overall, this is a pretty amazing and memorable series.

  6. says:

    Lono is warlord for the House of the Trust, all the Minutemen are now activated, everyone s readying for the endgame Silhouettes, shadows, corners and smoke can only be hid under for so long 8 out of 12 Lono is warlord for the House of the Trust, all the Minutemen are now activated, everyone s readying for the endgame Silhouettes, shadows, corners and smoke can only be hid under for so long 8 out of 12

  7. says:

    Compelling genre storytelling I especially like the color art by Patricia Mulvihill.Not for younger readers.

  8. says:

    3 4 through, and motivations still unclear the standard seems to be re reading the entire series again immediately after finishing.not sure it s worth it it feels like this was a writing experiment, kinda like the reimagined battlestar galactica and we all know how much that sucked 100 issues is a long ass time to conceal what s been teasing from the start, or for a readerto even remember all the little flashbacks to finally connect them put out already

  9. says:

    Graves and the Trust begin putting the final wheels in motion As Graves assembles his Minutemen, the Trust begins to close ranks and prepare for the worst Not Azzarello s best volume, but the payoff for the long running story is just around the corner.

  10. says:

    I m not entirely sure, what is going on in this Volume.The big storyline behind everything is moving so slowly towards something and it moves so slowly I have started to loose both interest and grip what the big storyline is.Othervice the main story arc in this one that probably does not anything to do with the big storyline drags on way too long Azzarello stories are better when they are one shots Like the last one in this one That was a reminder, how good 100Bullets is when it is good.

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