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Doit Quitter La Nouvelle Orl Ans Il Y Laisse John Qui Pr F Re Rester Pour Chercher Du Travail Sur Place Par Chance, Celui Ci Croise Justement Un Riche Texan Qui Lui Propose De Ramener Sa Voiture Chez Lui Un Boulot Simple Et Bien Pay John Accepte, Mais, Dans Une Station Service, Il Se Fait Voler La Voiture Par Chad Lowell Et Abe Greenberg Deux Crivains Beatniks Qui Cherchent Rejoindre Amarillo, Au Texas ↠´ Amarillo ½ Download by á Juan Díaz Canales Bient T, Une Querelle Entre Les Deux Hommes, Rivaux, Vire Au Drame Chad, Pouss Bout, Tire Sur Abe Qui Meurt Sur Le Coup Oblig De Fuir, Chad Trouve Refuge Dans Un Cirque John Se Lance Sa Poursuite Sur Les Routes Am Ricaines Du Nouveau Mexique, Du Colorado, Du Texas Et De L Illinois Still down on his luck and growing increasinglyworld weary, John Blacksad a tenacious PI with a deep moral code that also happens to be a kitty cat takes on a simple job of driving a rich eccentric s canary yellow Cadillac Eldorado across a few state lines in the hopes that a road trip will do some good for his troubled soul But things take a deadly turn when anthropomorphized versions of Allen Ginsburg and Jack Kerouac steal the car for a booze fueled joy ride that culminates in murder and the destruction of a federally protected mail box Naturally, Blacksad goes hunting after the car, and with the assistance of one of the thieving authors literary agent an affable, smooth talking hyena he tracks the car to a travelling circus ran by a greedy koala And to make matters worse, a pair of dimwitted G men with a hard on for Blacksad enter into Set in 1950 60s America, a Jack Kerouac type writer murders his antagonistic poet friend in cold blood and goes on the lam Blacksad is mixed up in this beatnik writer s life after the Cadillac Eldorado he was entrusted with gets stolen and trashed by him But then the feds go after Blacksad after his wallet is found in the car and the poet s body in the trunk Amarillo is definitely the weakest Blacksad story yet Everything about the plot is maddeningly happenstance Blacksad happens to need a ride back home and happens to come across an eccentric cowboy millionaire who gives him the keys to his car And then he happens to intervene in an argument between the beatnik writers and some Wild Ones esque bikers and then his car happens to be stolen by them Then he happens to come across the writer s agent who just so happens to Weakest book in this series Artwork is still fantastic, and arguably improving, but the plots have lost the social message of the first three books This book takes place in the 1950 60s are, with a Jack Kerouac type writer killing his antagonistic poet friend in cold blood and goes on the lam, joining a circus Meanwhile, Blacksad crosses paths when the Cadillac Eldorado he was entrusted with gets stolen and trashed by the writer Then the feds go after Blacksad when his wallet is found in the car and the poet s body is found in the trunk The plot seems random, including the gratuitous introduction of Blacksad s sister and nephew.
Fantastic illustrations, interesting story and beautiful coloring The whole animal kingdom is here and the jobs given to them get the personalities I d put on them I can t wait to getin the is series Canales and Guarnido deliver again, this time in a story about how misery loves company Guarnido is master in watercolour art, spot on with interpreting light both in colour and contrast of shadows and highlights I enjoyed Amarillo better than A Silent Hell, almost as first Blacksad book Still, this is very fine comics.
Amarillo µ Blacksad is one of my favorite cartoon polar stories with crazy cats and foxes and wolves personified Loads of fun, sex, and violence pure diversion A two star story book bumped up to three by the brilliant artwork Amarillo is easily the weakest of the three Blacksad books I ve read There s far too little detective work and far too much happenstance happening Blacksad bumbles along from one contrived situation to another, letting luck carry him along, tripping over important people everywhere he ends up For such a short work, there s a lot of wasted space Too bad, because, as usual, the artwork is glorious Flip through it for the artwork and you won t be disappointed.
I have to admit that theI read of Blacksad theimpressed I am The stories are entertaining and intelligent and the artwork is amazing Each page is filled with subtle intricacies you have to re read in case you miss something When you break down the story you realise at its most basic the story is a road trip and that is far as I will go without breaking my own rules However it is how this story unfolds in so many unexpected and entertaining ways, that makes this book such an addictive read I will be the first to say that the medium of art, comics and graphic novels is something I am the most weakest at However I do know that taking a story which in the face of it seems conventional enough, changing it in some fundamental way here we have a world filled with anthropomorphised animals and yet make the story so easy to related to you do not realise it There are so many This was my least favorite of the three Blacksad volumes I have thus far read Hardboiled hero Blacksad gets mixed up with two Beatnik type characters, which I ordinarily would like to see, but this just feels light and silly compared to the first two I read The color and light in this one makes it less intense just, lighter This feels like a kind of interlude or departure issue The art is what really elevates this series, but even that seems less accomplished in this one than the previous volumes.

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