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Animal Man, Vol. 2: Origin of the Species

af Grant Morrison (Writer), Chas Truog (Illustrator)

Andre forfattere: Tom Grummett (Illustrator), Doug Hazlewood (Inker), Mark McKenna (Illustrator), Steve Montano (Illustrator)

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Serier: Vertigo, Animal Man [1988] (10-17, Secret Origins 39), Animal Man (Vol. 1 2), Animal Man, Volume 1 (TPB 2: #10-17)

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Written by Grant Morrison; Art by Chas Truog, Tom Grummett, Doug Hazlewood, Steve Montano, and Mark McKenna; Cover by Brian Bolland The second collection of Grant Morrison's groundbreaking run on ANIMAL MAN reprints issues #10-17, plus the 19-page story from SECRET ORIGINS #39, this volume shows Animal Man moving more and more deeply into the cause of animal rights. But something else is going on beyond his burgeoning radicalism. Strange visions of aliens, people disappearing into strange pencil-like drawings, and hints of a terrible Crisis lurk around the edges of reality. For more information, see the feature article.… (mere)

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More philosophical play from Grant Morrison. This volume definitely shows a marked interest in political activism: anti-animal testing, anti-whaling, vegetarianism, and even anti-superhero violence. In one story, images of violence being committed against dolphins prefigure with stunning accuracy the documentary footage captured in The Cove.

Most interesting to me, however were the storylines involving a mysterious "red man" who challenges the very foundations of reality for the characters he interacts with.

I'll definitely be continuing on with volume 3 of Morrison's Animal Man series. More than the first volume, this one was written for the meta-narrative-ly inclined and I can only imagine he goes further down that path as he develops these characters. ( )
  Adrian_Astur_Alvarez | Dec 3, 2019 |
More philosophical play from Grant Morrison. This volume definitely shows a marked interest in political activism: anti-animal testing, anti-whaling, vegetarianism, and even anti-superhero violence. In one story, images of violence being committed against dolphins prefigure with stunning accuracy the documentary footage captured in The Cove.

Most interesting to me, however were the storylines involving a mysterious "red man" who challenges the very foundations of reality for the characters he interacts with.

I'll definitely be continuing on with volume 3 of Morrison's Animal Man series. More than the first volume, this one was written for the meta-narrative-ly inclined and I can only imagine he goes further down that path as he develops these characters. ( )
  Adrian_Astur_Alvarez | Dec 3, 2019 |
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  nerdythor | May 30, 2017 |
Starting to get darker and a little more intriguing. I really like the way that Grant Morrison sort of, kind of breaks the fourth wall but at the same time keeps it within the confines of the story and its own characters. It's really strange, as per typical Grant Morrison writing, but it is highly enjoyable. I particularly enjoyed the Dolphin issue, because it reminded me so much of the documentary The Cove. Basically, Morrison was onto certain social and moral issues in the 90's that weren't even highlighted until almost 10 years into the following century, and he did it using a comic book character that uses the strengths of animals around him for power. How about that, importance of comic books? I'm starting to understand the significance of Grant Morrison's run on Animal Man, as well as seeing why it is held as one of the legendary runs by comic authors. ( )
  LaneLiterati | Feb 6, 2014 |
This is where the story really starts to take off, exposing that Morrison's ambitions lie far beyond using the standard set of cliched superhero tropes to promote a boring environmental morality play. Animal Man will make you wish DC had been more ambitious in their attempts to resolve the problems presented by the idea of the multiverse. ( )
  jawalter | Nov 18, 2012 |
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Morrison, GrantWriterprimær forfatteralle udgaverbekræftet
Truog, ChasIllustratorhovedforfatteralle udgaverbekræftet
Grummett, TomIllustratormedforfatteralle udgaverbekræftet
Hazlewood, DougInkermedforfatteralle udgaverbekræftet
McKenna, MarkIllustratormedforfatteralle udgaverbekræftet
Montano, SteveIllustratormedforfatteralle udgaverbekræftet
Berger, KarenEditor (10-17)medforfatternogle udgaverbekræftet
Bolland, BrianCoversmedforfatternogle udgaverbekræftet
Young, ArtAssistant Editor (10-14), Associate Editor (15-17)medforfatternogle udgaverbekræftet

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Written by Grant Morrison; Art by Chas Truog, Tom Grummett, Doug Hazlewood, Steve Montano, and Mark McKenna; Cover by Brian Bolland The second collection of Grant Morrison's groundbreaking run on ANIMAL MAN reprints issues #10-17, plus the 19-page story from SECRET ORIGINS #39, this volume shows Animal Man moving more and more deeply into the cause of animal rights. But something else is going on beyond his burgeoning radicalism. Strange visions of aliens, people disappearing into strange pencil-like drawings, and hints of a terrible Crisis lurk around the edges of reality. For more information, see the feature article.

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