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Raymond Chandler's Marlowe: The Graphic Novel (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 17 nov 2003

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5.0 su 5 stelle For any fan of Raymond Chandler this is a must have. 21 agosto 2014
Di RJ Stokely - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Raymond Chandler's Marlowe: The Graphic Novel is a fantastic graphic novel adaptation of Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe short stories "The Pencil," "The Goldfish," and "Trouble is My Business." The art is all together well done. Each story is illustrated by different artists with their own perspective style. I found the art in "The Goldfish" to be lacking in comparison to the other stories, but it was still good. The dialogue was well done, perfectly fitted into graphic novel format. It is a very enjoyable read, especially for any fan of the noir genre. For any fan of Raymond Chandler this is a must have. If you enjoy this I would recommend the 1980s HBO Series Marlowe starring Powers Boothe. The series dramatizes some of these same stories.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Loved it 12 marzo 2004
Di Un cliente - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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A great Steranko cover. Found the artwork on the first story to be the best but overall this was a great buy for anyone who likes Raymond Chandler. Totally recommended.
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3.0 su 5 stelle Love colorful illustrations, abbreviated comic style dialog I could'nt get use to. 13 luglio 2006
Di Rosario E. Torres - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This Philip Marlowe Graphic novel looks great but I'm a big fan of Raymond Chandler's short stories and novels and I just could'nt get use to the shorten dialog, though I know it was necessary for the comic book style mode. Just the same the illustrations are superb.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Marlowe in the comic books! 9 febbraio 2010
Di GSD - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Raymond Chandler's Marlowe: The Graphic Novel, A Trilogy of Crime is a series of 3 stories in 1 book (2 B&W art, 1 color ART with a great cover by Jim Steranko). This adapts Chandler's stories: GOLDFISH, TROUBLE IS MY BUSINESS and THE PENCIL. The adaptations are all terrific and spot on with the novels.

GOLDFISH is in color with Bruce Timm/Darwyn Cooke style art by Rian Hughes.
The whole thing is better than Michael Lark's LITTLE SISTER adaptation... Buy this if you are a MARLOWE fan. Great stuff. Softcover Printing
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3.0 su 5 stelle A New Style for Philip Marlowe. 8 giugno 2005
Di Betty Burks - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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My first impresssion was what a shame to make a comic book out of Raymond Chandler's classic crime novels. But, the more I got into it, I realized what a great idea -- as this novel beginning can educate a whole different audience, a new generation, those whose concentration allows them to read only this type of format in literature.

The hair styles of the women and short, wide ties of the men date the stories, making this new process appear old. Just today, I told a tall man "I like your tie" which was wide, bright, and long.

Included are three stories featuring Philip Marlowe of Hollywood, California, GOLDFISH, TROUBLE IN MY BUSINESS, and THE PENCIL (by Helga Greene). Marlowe represents the basic conflict of the human condition. He works hard at his job, but is not always successful in his 'heroic quest for the truth.'

Chandler wrote: "as (a) detective, outside the story and above it, and always will be." He should have known -- he created this 'misogynistic' character. In movies, Marlowe has been acted out by Humphrey Bogart, Dick Powell, and Robert Mitchum.

The creator, R. Chandler, was born in Chicago but educated in England. His first Philip Marlowe novel, THE BIG SLEEP, was published in 1939. He continued writing for twenty years in America until his death in 1959.

These were adapted to this format by Tom DeHaven, James Rose and Jerome Charyn for Byron Preiss Visual Publications. I hope they will do more, as these are delightful.

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