Invisible Republic, Vol. 2

Gabriel Hardman Corinna Sara Bechko Jordan Boyd Dylan Todd

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Invisible Republic, Vol. 2

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  • Title: Invisible Republic, Vol. 2
  • Author: Gabriel Hardman Corinna Sara Bechko Jordan Boyd Dylan Todd
  • ISBN: 9781632156587
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • A woman erased from history seeks to lead her world into the future, but the deeds of the past can t be expunged without a fight Creators Gabriel Hardman Hulk, Kinski, storyboard artist of Inception and Interstellar and Corinna Bechko Once Upon a Time, Heathentown, Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen return to Invisible Republic as revolution grips the remote moon of AvaloA woman erased from history seeks to lead her world into the future, but the deeds of the past can t be expunged without a fight Creators Gabriel Hardman Hulk, Kinski, storyboard artist of Inception and Interstellar and Corinna Bechko Once Upon a Time, Heathentown, Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen return to Invisible Republic as revolution grips the remote moon of Avalon The fate of the world rests with the woman closest to its reviled, deposed dictator, but it s a disgraced reporter who may hold the key to a new insurrection.Collecting Invisible Republic 6 10

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    One thought on “Invisible Republic, Vol. 2

    1. Frédéric on said:

      In my review of vol.1 I said I was interested but not hooked up yet.Ok, now I am.I won't give you any actual sitrep because honestly the whole ins and outs still elude me. New characters come into play and out of the shadows, the intrigue gets even more political, going as far as Earth it seems. We discover more of Maïa's journal from 40 years ago, and so of Arthur's dictatorial and ruthless leadership of a revolutionary cell, of the paranoïa that settles in, of the dark power plays between ap [...]

    2. Aron on said:

      Not bad, but not as good as I thought it was gonna be. At the end of Vol.1, it felt like the stage was set & things were about to take of & Vol. 2 was gonna be a solid 5 star read, but it just didn't happen. Now don't get me wrong this is an extremely well written & well drawn book & a great example of how I think adult comics should be done, with totally dependency on the characters & the plot & not trying to be overly action packed with a big splash page & explosion [...]

    3. Shawn Birss on said:

      Well, that was a long wait for that *thick* tenth issue, but it was worth it. I recommend this science fiction political thriller very highly. If I were to put one title in the hands of a new adult comics reader to introduce them to comics today, this would be it, before The Walking Dead, Saga, Invincible, or anything else by the Big Two. If you haven't started yet, now is an amazing excellent time to do so, and Issues 1-10 would be an amazing introduction. We are at a major turning point. I can [...]

    4. T. Scott on said:

      Another awesome entry into the Invisible Republic story. I love the art and the intricately woven story. I can't wait for the next volume!

    5. Kavinay on said:

      This is not a normal comic. The plot is not driven by exigent devices. I mean there is some urgency there, but really, it's a wonderful act of world building. I honestly can't put my finger on why I enjoy this book so much, but Invisible Republic is the sort of graphic novel I'd give to people who don't get comics.

    6. Andrew Haile on said:

      It angers me that people will blow money on garbage marvel comic series that are made in a week and people don't even know about this series. The art is once again outstanding and the story is getting even better. HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT.

    7. Chris Kiefer on said:

      Great continuation from Volume 1. This one introduces more characters so it gets a little bit harder to keep up, in my opinion. Really enjoying this series so far and hope it keeps going to a solid conclusion.

    8. Zardoz on said:

      More gritty revolutionary political thriller and did I mention it's Sci-Fi as well. Interesting plot that follows the beginnings of two political revolutions one in the distant past and another just starting.

    9. Durval Menezes on said:

      Read it right after Vol.1. Good sequel, will be sure to continue with Vol.3

    10. Chris Cormier on said:

      Okay. A little disappointing sequel but I am still interested and will read the next one.

    11. Mariano Di Maggio on said:

      Rosca política en un universo Sci fi. La falta de luz en el dibujo aveces me asfixia un poco, pero el estilo me gusta.

    12. Norah on said:

      Má to takú tú atmosféru, ktorá vás pri tom drží hoci je to celkom jednoduchý a obyčajný príbeh.

    13. Shawn Birss on said:

      Well, that was a long wait for that *thick* tenth issue, but it was worth it. I recommend this science fiction political thriller very highly. If I were to put one title in the hands of a new adult comics reader to introduce them to comics today, this would be it, before The Walking Dead, Saga, Invincible, or anything else by the Big Two. If you haven't started yet, now is an amazing excellent time to do so, and Issues 1-10 would be an amazing introduction. We are at a major turning point. I can [...]

    14. Paul Allard on said:

      Interesting follow-up to Volume 1Following on from Volume 1, this volume deals with two journalists' working on Maia's journal and meeting hazards along the way while flashbacks tell us about Maia's history in this science fiction story about a totalitarian regime on Asan's moon (called Maidstone or Avalon depending on the era), run by Maia's former associate, Arthur.The plot gets quite complicated as it is difficult to know who to trust and no character emerges as hugely sympathetic.I do get an [...]

    15. Willie Krischke on said:

      This was a lot easier to read (and enjoyable) as a trade paperback than as monthly issues. It's complicated, and sometimes minor characters (like Jas) don't get developed like they need to be before they do something important. It develops like a fairly complicated novel, and I'm excited to see where it goes from here. I really, REALLY hope Hardman and Bechko are able to take it to their intended conclusion and don't have to cut it short (like "Secret Identities" did) because I feel like I've in [...]

    16. tomwrote on said:

      Intelligent, if sometimes complicated, storytelling is dressed in gorgeous art. The tone is of a sophisticated political thriller. This one just happens to be set on distant planets and in the future. Another solid instalment in fine series.

    17. Paul on said:

      A solid second volume of Invisible Republic. Elements in the story heat up, some to boiling over. Not only is this solid speculative fiction, it is also a fabulous political story.

    18. Lukas Holmes on said:

      Another interesting volume, but a bit more slow moving than I would have liked.

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