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L'enfant penchée (Les Cités Obscures, #6)Lack and white hatchwork for this magnificent ighth volume of the Cit s obscures series depending on how you count them which fleshes out some old characters and further xplores the links "BETWEEN THE OBSCURE WORLD AND OUR "the Obscure world and our It s a real treat with at its heart a beautiful poetic xploration of being different here Heartless Enemies to Lovers exemplified by our young hero Mary von Rathen who is tilted forty five degrees into the diagonalMary s story hits many of the familiar tropes of such narratives she is shunned by her family tyrannised at boarding schoolxploited by a travelling circus prodded at by scientists but in the skilful hands of Schuiten and Peeters nothing feels formulaic and once again they seem to keep finding new metaphorical ways to tell once again they seem to keep finding new metaphorical ways to tell old truths Mary s story is interwoven with two others the Le petit Nicolas efforts of famous Obscure scientist Axel Wappendorf who has featured tangentially in several previous books tostablish the presence of a nearby but undiscovered dark planet and most intriguingly a subplot set in our own world about a painter working in France s Aubrac plateau at the Artemis Fowl end of the nineteenth centuryWorking out how these stories come together is a lot of funspecially given the different ways Schuiten chooses to illustrate them The real world sections are presented in a sort of noirish photocomic style which makes use of black and white photography from collaborator Marie Fran oise Plissart though as we soon see no one medium or story is truly isolated from any of the othersThis particular tale began life as a children s book Mary la pench Lovers and Enemies e which is now included as an appendix to modernditions of volume five La Route d Armilia A Marriage Fit for a Sinner et autres l gendes du monde obscur It s uite fascinating to see how much deeper and richer that initial idea has become as the authors have fleshed it out into a full sized album This is the sort of book they could not have producedarlier it shows a total confidence in their storytelling and in their universe which allows them to get unexpectedly ambitious And for the first time reviewing these incredible books I can have some hope that plenty of readers will be able to track it down since this one Le cercle des canailles, Tome 3 : Le paria exists in an English translation courtesy of publisher Alaxis Press who are pledging to translate the whole lot and for some reason decided to start with volumeightCertainly it makes an appealing Elric entry pointxploring as it does most of the main themes of the series although the primary one architecture is notably absent here For longer term readers this volume has all the usual sly references to Elric of Melniboné Graphic Novel earlier books and hints of things to come and a metaphysics of how the Obscure world is related to our own now seems tantalisingly within reach Schuiten s artwork is once again dream inducingly dense and detailed but while his settings continue to dwarf his characters this time there is a very touching human story to balance thepic monumentalism of the draughtsmanshipThis is probably the best single volume since La fi vre d Urbicande and the associated mythology is only getting richer and productive with La stratgie Ender every book A wonderful piece of work and one that you can t imagine couldxist in any other medium Believe me Axel what we Elric experienced there nothing can take it away from us Yes Mary it might be the bestxperience I Journal dArcadie ever had besides meeting you The same for me Axel It s what inspires me to go on livingLes Cit s obscuresLes Cit s obscures literally The Obscure Cities but initially published in English as Cities of the Fantastic is a graphic novel series set on a Counter Earth started by the Belgian comics artist Fran. Evará a sus padres a internarlan un colegio Le Glaive et le Bouclier especialde donde la chicascapará a un circo para convertirse n la máxima atracciónUn viaje .
Abstract precise and wonderful in so many ways The Leaning Girl graphic novel is an absolute necessity for artists writers and fans of original thoughtful graphic novel storytelling Structured as multiple stories that converge as a dream Schuiten and Peeters take the reader on a journey through atmospheric wonders alongside characters you grow to understand intimately Loneliness displacement cultural hegemony and finding one s own inspiration are themes sewn lovingly yet not overtly through the tapestry of panels that often stop your ye in its tracks The imagination attached to Crossfire Crossfire each scene and character justifyvery cent you will spent to buy this book Already it is a jewel in my collection and I cannot wait to lend it to those close to me From the pages of Mobius from the 1970 s a story about an alternative potentially Crossfire (The Loner, earthlike world Great graphics RIP Jules Verne whichever planet you are on I think something was lost in translation here or I didn t havenough context to fully appreciate this book I thought the initial concept was great But the third act Bleh Artist draws spheres on a wall and slips through to another time Leaning Girl and Scientist travel through some time space gap Leaning Girl leaves Scientist to go Les Souvenirs exploring and runs into the artist who created the spheres The artist is some middle aged very self indulgent whiner Leaning Girl a teenager and this guy bang and she s suddenlyntranced by him and claims she has been thinking of him the whole time Maybe that happened in Crossfire Boxed Set earlier books or something Was totally a surprise in this one Then freaking Jules Verne shows up toxplain the situation and tie up loose nds Then they get transported back to reality Overallnot my fave Beautiful classic line work that really sells you on the strange historical sci fi taleAnd probably the only time I ve seen photography work when used in a sci fi taleAnd probably the only time I ve seen photography work when used in a book I honestly can t think of a single time where I ve seen photography comics look nice My first visit to the French series The Obscure Cities but hopefully not my last The story of Mary the mysteriously leaning girl mixes architectural wonders steampunk tech Jules Verne adventure and unexpected metaphysics The art alternates between gorgeous color paintings tched seuences worthy of Durer and the most seamless use of photography in comics I ve seen Not coincidentally those photo seuences feature Martin Vaughn James author of the Nouveau Roman graphic novel The Cage I suspect most of my Goodreads friends would Navigating the Labyrinth enjoy this smart Victorian sci fi story Conceptual and affecting it s that rarest thing genuinely charming I m upping the rating because the production of this volume is remarkable oversize immaculately printed and ravishing If it does well volumes from the Obscure Cities series now at 16 volumes will be translated and published in the US So it s a fine thing to support with yr hardarned lucre After a freak accident thirteen year old Mary Von Rathen begins to lean at a 45 degree Mary Von Rathen begins to lean at a 45 degree After nothing fixes her affliction her selfish mother and hen pecked father send her away to a private school Shortly after Mary runs away and uite literally joins the circus where she remains for several years performing her amazing leaning girl act A newspaper Antología Historia de la Cultura de Guatemala, Tomo I editor tells her of a scientist Axel Wappendorf who is planning on a journey to a planet that might unlock the secret behind Mary s trouble Interspersed within Mary s tale is th I am actually the publisher and translator of this book I am looking forward to hearing readers thoughts Steve Fran ois Schuiten returns to gloriously moody Tras la visita al parue de atracciones de Alaxis la joven Mary sufre unxtraño cambioya no puede mantenerse derechaEste misterioso fenómeno ll.

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Ois Schuiten and his friend writer Beno t Peeters in the Boy Nobody early 1980s In this fictional world humans live in independent city statesach of which has developed a distinct civilization ach characterized by a distinctive architectural styleThe Official seriesThe stories of the cit s obscures appear in #a series of graphic novels and related books published by Casterman Most of them remain unpublished in English #series of graphic novels and related books published by Casterman Most of them remain unpublished in English books published in French so far are1 Les murailles de Samaris 1983 published 1987 in English as The Great Walls of Samaris Stories Of The Fantastic2 La the Fantastic2 La vre d Urbicande 1985 published 1990 in English as Fever in Urbicand Cities of the Fantastic translated by Jean Marc Lofficier Randy Lofficier3 La Tour 1987 published 1993 in English as The Tower Stories of the Fantastic translated by Jean Marc Lofficier Randy Lofficier4 La route d Armilia 1988 available in English as The Road to Armilia unofficial dition5 Br sel 1992 published 2001 in English as Br sel Cities of the Fantastic6 L The Ten Thousand Doors of January enfant pench 1996 published 2014 in English as The Leaning Girl7 L ombre d un homme 19998 La fronti re invisible Volume 1 2002 published in English as The Invisible Frontier Cities of the Fantastic9 La fronti re invisible Volume 2 2004 published in English as The Invisible Frontier Cities of the Fantastic10 La Th orie du grain de sable Volume 1 2007 11 La Th orie du grain de sable Volume 2 2008 The Creators of Les Cit s obscuresFrancois Schuiten and Benoit Peeters met in 1968 as 12 year old classmates Peeters parents having moved to Belgium when he was two During their pre college days they worked together on the school newspaper After graduating from secondary school Peeters Les P'tites Poules - Nom d'une poule, on a vol le soleil ! (4) enrolled in the Sorbonne and Schuitenntered the Saint Luc Institute in Brussels They must have begun collaborating in their mid twenties on the first volume of Obscure Cities which was published in 1983 when they would have been 26 or 27view spoilerFran ois Schuiten the artistSchuiten is a Belgian comic or 27view spoilerFran ois Schuiten the artistSchuiten is a Belgian comic artist born in 1956 in Brussels His father and mother were both architects Schuiten published his first comic at the age of sixteen consisting of 5 black and white pages in the Franco Belgian comics magazine Pilote four years later he was published in the Sensibel kompetent Zart besaitet und erfolgreich im Beruf experimental magazine M tal HurlantSchuiten is best known for his illustrations of the Obscure Cities graphic novels His love of architecture is apparent in these novels and has been instrumental in forming one of the key creativelements of the fantasy world Every story focuses on one city or building and further Get It explores a world where architects urbanists and ultimately urbatects are the leading powers and architecture is the driving force behind society Stylesxplored in the series include stalinistic and fascist architecture in La Fi vre d Urbicande skyscrapers in Br sel but also the gothic cathedrals in La Tour This fascination with architecture and the possible and impossible cities it can generate is further Spears Down explored in The Gates of the Possible a weekly series Schuiten created for the newspapers Le Soir and De Morgen in 2005 Beno t Peeters the writerBeno t Peeters is a comics writer novelist and critic After a degree in Philosophy at the Sorbonne he prepared his Master s at the cole des Hautes tudesn Sciences Sociales under the direction of Roland Barthes He has published over sixty works on a wide variety of subjects However like Schuiten he is best known for the stories in the Obscure Cities series Several of his books are listed on Goodreads including his 2010 biography of Jacues Derrida See hide spoiler. On Gorgon Child el profesor Wappenclorf la llevará a una dimensión desconocida donde vivirá su primera pasión amorosa conl ue tiene la llave del misteri.