From Hell: Dall'Inferno. Un melodramma in sedici parti #2020

From Hell: Dall'Inferno. Un melodramma in sedici parti By Alan Moore Eddie Campbell Alessandra di Luzio Pete Mullins From Hell Dall Inferno Un melodramma in sedici parti From Hell la storia di Jack lo Squartatore forse l assassino pi conosciuto negli annali del crimine Seguendo le premesse e gli eventi che portarono agli omicidi di Whilechapel fino alle coperture re
  • Title: From Hell: Dall'Inferno. Un melodramma in sedici parti
  • Author: Alan Moore Eddie Campbell Alessandra di Luzio Pete Mullins
  • ISBN: 9788877590893
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
  • From Hell: Dall'Inferno. Un melodramma in sedici parti By Alan Moore Eddie Campbell Alessandra di Luzio Pete Mullins From Hell la storia di Jack lo Squartatore, forse l assassino pi conosciuto negli annali del crimine Seguendo le premesse e gli eventi che portarono agli omicidi di Whilechapel, fino alle coperture reali che bloccarono le indagini sul pi famoso mistero criminale di tutti i tempi, quei tristi giorni del 1888 diventano una riflessione sulla mente di un folle, la cui fFrom Hell la storia di Jack lo Squartatore, forse l assassino pi conosciuto negli annali del crimine Seguendo le premesse e gli eventi che portarono agli omicidi di Whilechapel, fino alle coperture reali che bloccarono le indagini sul pi famoso mistero criminale di tutti i tempi, quei tristi giorni del 1888 diventano una riflessione sulla mente di un folle, la cui ferocia diede concretamente inizio al Ventesimo secolo In questo volume raccolta l intera saga in sedici parti di Alan Moore e Eddie Campbell, comprese le note ai testi a cura dello scrittore inglese e un appendice sugli squartatorologi , i cosiddetti studiosi di Jack lo Squartatore Notato ben presto dalla critica e dal pubblico di tutti i paesi, questo romanzo grafico ritenuto da molti il pi felice esempio di fumetto che travalica i generi ed stato adattato dalla Twentieth Century Fox nel film Front Hell La vera storia di Jack lo Squartatore, con Jonnhy Depp e Heather Graham.
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    1. Alan Moore Eddie Campbell Alessandra di Luzio Pete Mullins

      Alan Moore is an English writer most famous for his influential work in comics, including the acclaimed graphic novels Watchmen, V for Vendetta and From Hell He has also written a novel, Voice of the Fire, and performs workings one off performance art spoken word pieces with The Moon and Serpent Grand Egyptian Theatre of Marvels, some of which have been released on CD.As a comics writer, Moore is notable for being one of the first writers to apply literary and formalist sensibilities to the mainstream of the medium As well as including challenging subject matter and adult themes, he brings a wide range of influences to his work, from the literary authors such as William S Burroughs, Thomas Pynchon, Robert Anton Wilson and Iain Sinclair New Wave science fiction writers such as Michael Moorcock horror writers such as Clive Barker to the cinematic filmmakers such as Nicolas Roeg Influences within comics include Will Eisner, Harvey Kurtzman, Jack Kirby and Bryan Talbot.

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    1. An outstanding achievement I am in deep awe of the many components that make up this complex, riveting work of ART First off, the illustrations are opaque and shimmery, raw and delicate, fierce and even bittersweet The Jack the Ripper story involves different angles, they re all portrayed here in inspiring detail Stories and sub stories, like molecules and atoms, arrive at a fever pitch several times in the narrative, it really is a roller coaster of the macabre, of the surreal, and of authentic [...]

    2. This was 17 for Jugs Capes I hated every goddamn minute of it.I hated the cramped, schizophrenic writing that made my eyes cross I hated the stark, sketch y drawing that were so vague you couldn t ever tell who was who I hated the gore and the period appropriate racism and classism I hated all the characters the flippety gibbet women and the cold cruel calculating men and everyone in between I hated the inexplicable worlds within worlds twistiness of the myriad occult subplots I hated the bleakn [...]

    3. This is the second graphic novel by Alan Moore that I ve read He is a very prolific writer, but sometimes he s a bit too over the top for my taste It was OK in V for Vendetta though I must admit to liking the movie a bit better because it was grounded With From Hell, once again, I ve seen the movie before having read the graphic novel and although the movie features Johnny Depp and a lot of opium, I liked that one better as well.Why Rather simple the movie was a mystery with the watcher having [...]

    4. A story doesn t have to be factual to be true, and I don t think I have read a truer story in any form than Alan Moore s From Hell.At the heart of the tale is Jack the Ripper It is the truest telling of Jack the Ripper that I ve ever read It matters not a whit whether Dr William Gull is actually Jack the Ripper Nor whether Queen Victoria set the ball rolling with her orders Nor whether Abberline actually fell for one of the prostitutes Nor whether the Freemasons had their hands all over the deed [...]

    5. I m torn on this one I mean, sure, it s Jack the Ripper and Alan Moore and it s supposed to be this grand masterpiece, but to me it just feels mostly like some kind of disjointed hodge podge collection of personas that simultaneously lift up and denigrate both the East Side women and everyone else, nearly randomly, until much later in the comic when things finally tie together into a mystical extravaganza that is both surprising and feeling rather out of place.What do I mean Well, throw out the [...]

    6. This is the house that Jack built.ends the first chapterOM HELL by Alan Moore is a monster of a hard cover comic book depicting the gruesome Whitechapel murders committed by the notorious Jack The Ripper and investigated by Scotland Yard in the late 1800 s.While a work of fiction, this book includes a greatly expanded and detailed Appendix with factual notations as well as educated speculation from the author for each chapter and a period map of London giving the reader much food for thought.But [...]

    7. From Hell is a brick of a book by legendary author Alan Moore It presents one theory since discredited about the Jack The Ripper killings, and in so doing presents us with the story from every conceivable angle The result is an exhaustive albeit fictional account of a sweeping slice of Victorian landscape.From Hell is dense, multi layered, and overflowing with an obsessive connect the dots tone that fancifully associates the events to everything from Aleister Crowley s childhood to Hitler s conc [...]

    8. Ripperology is a mess of theories and conspiracies, an impossible puzzle which obsessive writers turn into narratives that tell us about the author than about crime or murder Moore knows this as well as anyone, pointing out in his afterward that the whole thing has become a silly game, a masturbatory immediately recognizable to anyone familiar with discussions on the levels of Star Wars canon or Gandalf s particular racial background.I read this not with a notion that by the end I d come to und [...]

    9. Reprinted from the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography cclapcenter I am the original author of this essay, as well as the owner of CCLaP it is not being reprinted here illegally So in what I think is a first since opening CCLaP last year, I got a chance recently to not only read a book for the first time but also watch a movie based on it for the first time in the same week in this case, it was the Jack The Ripper conspiracy tale From Hell, with the original 1999 graphic novel by Alan [...]

    10. I find this book to be criminally overlooked whether its relevance to the god awful adaptation by the Hughes Bros has anything to do with it or not Here is what I consider to be Alan Moore s personal best work When I finished From Hell I had a profound, inescapable feeling that I just learned something very important about mankind and human nature on such a level that it was difficult to quantify The work is at once clinical, unsympathetic and uncomfortable, yet these reactions are so intense th [...]

    11. Durante mucho tiempo he estado retrasando la lectura de este c mic, casi todo lo que escribe Moore es muy denso y From Hell tiene fama de ser el c mic m s denso que ha escrito hasta la fecha, adem s el tema que trata nunca me ha llamado demasiado la atenci n y el dibujo de Eddie Campbell digamos que no es que atraiga a primera vista precisamente y luego est el tema de los ap ndices, estoy harto de oir que son de lectura obligatoria, y a mi eso de interrumpir la lectura de un c mic para irme al f [...]

    12. Although he has been radical with his comic book work, Alan Moore has been dragged into the mainstream due to the fact that films have been made, based on his comics This started with the 2001 loose adaptation of From Hell Moore and Eddie Campbell s graphic exploration of the Jack the Ripper murders What we got from the Hughes brothers film is a visually impressive but predictable whodunit slasher In the case of the source material originally published in serial form from 1989 to 1996 and collec [...]

    13. I d read The Watchmen, and found it to be genius V for Vendetta I liked very much as well a pretty powerful and angry political allegory, though much less complex , and have read others by The Greatest, Alan Moore But this is one of my favorite works of his It is massive, incredibly ambitious, an erudite work of scholarship and passion, and yet it also feels like one of the most personal of his works I have read thus far And yet it all took place a century and ago The Jack the Ripper story, in [...]

    14. I bought this digitally from comiXology back in 2013 when it was on sale I can t remember how much I paid for it probably around 3 4 And then it sat on my iPad for over year, unread and taking up space One day, I decided to give it a go I think one should approach this not as a comic, or even a graphic novel, but as a prose novel It s a very dense read, and requires a lot of your time and attention But I don t say this as a criticism Once you get past the first 100 pages or so, it turns out to b [...]

    15. Ambitious, insightful, affecting, intricately mysterious, unnerving and unflinching in its brutality This is the Jack The Ripper tale to end all Jack The Ripper tales I didn t read the appendix Commentary though I feel that a clock looses a bit of its lustre if you open its face and see the mechanisms and cogs at work.

    16. Mary Kelly was just an unusually determined suicide Why don t we leave it there Well, that was that From Hell is overflowing with sublime images, there is also a strident lyricism to the prose, My appreciation for both was hampered by my bullshit alarm ringing incessantly There s this London school of the subversive, to which Moore belongs Iain Sinclair and Peter Ackroyd are also practicing partners They parse and weave, finding anecdote and parallel in the accrued centuries of history along the [...]

    17. DNF I had to stop torturing myself The art work was white black OK I don t have the problem with that, but when in some frames you can not even recognize characters or read text properly It makes you confused an uninterested in the story.

    18. Onvan From Hell Nevisande Alan Moore ISBN 861661419 ISBN13 9780861661411 Dar 576 Safhe Saal e Chap 1999

    19. Po dvan cti letech znovu vy el komiks Z pekla Alana Moora a Eddieho Campbella Kniha, kter byla beznad jn rozebran , pat k z kladn m d l m modern ho grafick ho rom nu Neodolal jsem tu b zjistit, jestli je ta pov st zaslou en , nebo ne Komiksov sv t m asi m lo v t ch legend ne Alana Moora Ten je podepsan pod takov mi d ly, jako V jako Vendeta, Str ci nebo Liga v jime n ch Pokud n kdo pod v svou prac nepopirateln d kaz o tom, e komiks nemus b t pouze pro d ti, je to pr v Moore Mo n i d ky n mu se k [...]

    20. Alan Moore s From Hell could rightfully be called a masterpiece It is a large tome measuring in at 510 pages of story and 70 pages of annotated notes It is the last part that truly imparts the tremendous amount of research Mr Moore conducted on From Hell Whether or not you will agree with his stated concept is the reader s choice, but do not let it prevent you from reading this wonderful work.From Hell tells a story on a vast canvas That canvas is the Victorian Era of London This book is not onl [...]

    21. Dense and rewarding graphic novel written by Alan Moore and illustrated in pen and ink by Eddie Campbell The actual plot is gripping especially from the middle to the end but the story is also used as a jumping off point to discuss architecture, the nature of time, class, Masonry, and the transition from the Victorian to the modern era There s an interconnectedness to time in From Hell that I thought was really interesting, which takes full advantage of the graphic novel format Conversations and [...]

    22. I was surprised that I didn t like it Alan Moore, Victorian London, Jack the Ripper still, with all that, I had a hard time getting into it I didn t like the art or even the lettering Surprising how great a difference that made Tiny panels, cramped print, murky and smeary black and white art it just felt like a monotonous palette, at once over detailed and sloppy I could see using a limited palette, perhaps with accents of red, but the art itself or the reproduction needed to be crisper I also t [...]

    23. I don t really know how to review this book, but I feel I need to First off, it s the first thing I ve read since Salem s Lot at age 13 that gave me nightmares They weren t specifically related to Jack the Ripper, but I can t honestly say the mindset I was in afterward didn t put me in a nightmare mood The truth about this book is that the Ripper murders are almost tangential to the point of the work itself The story, which is largely fictional though based on fact, is about the cover up conspir [...]

    24. I m very aware of the implications of criticizing the canon Bazillions of you have already come through and gushed all over this dark, difficult graphic novel and through the weight of reputation alone, I feel like I should give it at least six or seven stars I am reminded of a now ex girlfriend who told me Aguirre, Wrath of God was boring which it is, but it s still great , or the dude who thought Gremlins was stupid which it is, but it s still great I guess I found From Hell hard to look at, [...]

    25. I wish I could give 2 1 2 stars for this because while I appreciate this graphic novel as an artistic endeavor, I really did not like it I really had to struggle to even finish it.I really wanted to like it I love Jack the Ripper speculation and I ve always loved comics, so I had hoped this would be right up my alley Sadly I was disappointed I will admit that Alan Moore wrote a great story The sheer amount of research he must have conducted about London in 1888 and Masonic ritual must have been [...]

    26. Una ma anche tante storie su Jack Lo squartatoreAppendice Voto Parto dalla fine Alla fine del tomo c una doppia appendice La prima, sviscera ognuna delle 400 pagine della graphic novel andando a svelare fonti bibliografiche dell epoca e scelte narrative di Moore per coprire i buchi della storia Gi solo questa documentazione impressionante per la sua mole e pu essere considerata a tutti gli effetti una vera e propria bibliografia che ha richiesto anni per essere pensata, tessuta e riannodata in q [...]

    27. From Hell is Alan Moore s take on probably the most infamous serial killer ever, a tome of a book at 570 pages, which includes detailed research, various theory s and sources for all the plot points.For a Jack the Ripper enthusiast this is a wonderful piece of fiction exploring one of the prominent suspects and naming the one that I think all the conspiracy theorists would love most of all After all you couldn t make a better story than one with Royal scandal and the intervention of the Queen h [...]

    28. Alan Moore is one of the smartest comic book writers of our time, if not the best From Hell is another example of his genius I can t say this is his best comic book because everything he does is great, but this is one of his smartest comic books that I have read It s well resurrected and has enough reading material that makes this feel like a novel and not a graphic novel.From Hell is about the Jack the Ripper Saying it s about Jack the Ripper isn t the full story, it s much It not only covers [...]

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