Borderline Volume 1

Borderline Volume Borderline which was originally published in Italy is a page epic created by Eduardo Risso and Carlos Trillo with whom the artist has previously worked on a slate of other projects This powerful
  • Title: Borderline Volume 1
  • Author: Carlos Trillo Eduardo Risso Ivan Brandon
  • ISBN: 9781933305059
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Paperback
  • Borderline Volume 1
    Borderline, which was originally published in Italy, is a 600 page epic created by Eduardo Risso and Carlos Trillo with whom the artist has previously worked on a slate of other projects This powerful piece of graphic fiction has never before been available in the United States in English until now
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    About " Carlos Trillo Eduardo Risso Ivan Brandon "

  • Carlos Trillo Eduardo Risso Ivan Brandon

    Carlos Trillo was an Argentine comic book writer Trillo began a prolific career as writer already at the age of 20, writing his first story for Patoruz magazine Trillo created, together with Horacio Altuna, the strip El Loco Ch vez, which appeared every day at the back of the newspaper Clar n from July 26, 1975 to November 10, 1987 After that, the strip was replaced by El Negro Blanco, which he wrote for the artist Ernesto Garc a Seijas until September 1993 He married writer Ema Wolf and had two children He participated on the creation of several comics including Cybersix in 1992, with Carlos Meglia, and the Clara de noche and Cicca Dum Dum series with Jordi Bernet He has also collaborated with Alberto Breccia and Alejandro Dolina In 1999, his work La grande arnaque won the Prize for Scenario at the Angoul me International Comics Festival He died in London on May 8, 2011, while on holiday with his wife Source

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  • A wonderful Argentinian epic This was on sale so I thought I would give it a go and I have to say the first volume is a bobby dazzler Dark and idiosyncratic, the graphic novel rocks along in exciting and unexpected directions I have to say I like the characters and their differences, I like the post apocalyptic world created and I m enjoying the nuances The art is wonderful Black and white and chock full of detail The style is a heady mix of shadow and line drawing Sometimes the artist goes for [...]


  • Even if the story sucked, this would totally be worth reading looking at for the mind blowing inks I m thinking 100 Bullets has moved up on my to read list a few notches not that it was low before, mind you But guess what The story doesn t suck at all In fact, it s pretty compelling Apparently it took a long time to get this Argentinian series translated into English What else are they hiding from us down there


  • The first volume of Risso and Trillo s Borderline is a great find, particularly in regards to Eduardo Risso s stunning black and white pen work I had never heard of either of these Argentinian creators before picking this up at my local comic book store, but one look at Risso s drawing was enough to hook me Although Trillo s story is a somewhat generic post apocalyptic romp not devoid of some unique charms , Risso s dramatic use of solid blacks and unadulterated whites is almost on the level of [...]


  • Yay for Argentine comickers I seriously recommend this one to fans of AKIRA or the original Battle Angel run It is chock full of apocalyptic dystopian goodness They also play some fascinating subtle narrative tricks with the art I will definitely be hunting down and reading the rest of these.





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