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Mad Max: Fury Road: Mad Max #1 #(2022)

Mad Max: Fury Road: Mad Max #1

Mad Max: Fury Road: Mad Max #1

  • Title: Mad Max: Fury Road: Mad Max #1
  • Author: GeorgeMiller Nico Lathouris Mark Sexton Tommy Lee Edwards
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 332
  • Format: None
Mad Max: Fury Road: Mad Max #1 By GeorgeMiller Nico Lathouris Mark Sexton Tommy Lee Edwards,



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Ser una fan insoportable pero estoy usando estas precuelas junto con la pel cula Fury Road para ense ar future forms a mis alumnos adultos de ingl s particular.Me encanta ser profesora JE Voy a pudrirlos a todos con Mad Max Psst You can also find me here

I got this little baby graphic novel prequel in my Mad Max Blu ray Edition There are two stories it I thought they were pretty good Gave me some background info to the movie and I enjoyed the Illustrations.The first story is the past history of Mad Max how he became a hero to the people and over and over he fell on hard times It was interesting.The second story is of the making of Imoten Joe, how he became a legend and how he got the Citadel This story was a lot interesting to read I absolutely [...]

Al final no entend un carajo, dentro de poco le voy a dar una rele da.

This begins with a nice recap of Max s story so far, and offers an explanation of why the Interceptor is seen at the beginning of the movie However, the coming back of Thunderdome just for the sake of Lack of originality, I think And a wound so harsh and so easily managed and recovered, were the absolute letdown of this first entry.

I liked the Thunderdome references, and even the Tina Turner character shows up But if you ve seen the Thunderdome film, there isn t much new here.

Pretty good.

I don t know anything about the other mad max comics so for me coming into this with this volume it was really rather frustrating that so much of it was spent on back story Basically recapping the story from Mel Gibsons movies to they newest one Since so much of it was spent explain the basics of who and what max is I had a hard time being attached here You have what less than 50 pages to get your reader involved in this comic and buying the next volume There was nothing to hook my interest till [...]

While this is an interesting story, I have to admit I didn t like the, he lived because of far too many coincidences SPOILER he s offered a spot later in the services at Thunderdome, however he could not have won if there wasn t interference, interference, and then interference And then BIGGER SPOILER he would not have survived his attack if not for the woman who was one of those interference before I do not mind a character who is not the most powerful, but give me some reason to have faith th [...]

The best of this series yet The Nux Immortan comic was just a bit brief, each guy probably deserved their own comic The Furiosa one was just, well, disappointing Any good will that the movie had for empowering the female characters dissipated with a comic pretty much entirely about the wives being raped while Furiosa sat back and watched.This one, though It answered a LOT of the questions that everyone had about the timeline Was Hardy s Max the original Max Did the first three movies matter The [...]

I liked it, best of the Mad Max comics Kind of a recap of old Mad Max movies with a new adventure thrown in with all the necessary ingredients story, great action sequences and tragedy The characterization is like Mel Gibson s Max, just not sure what to make of it as i understand Tom Hardy s Max is all together a different one Ties up the old movies with the new one The review is for both Mad Max 1 2

This series is allergic to continuity but this volume gives a little clarity We see a recap of things Mel Gibson s Max did, but with Tom Hardy s Max in its place We see a slice of what happened between Mad Max and Fury Road And we get a look into Max s head.What could I want

Awesome continuation of the movie if that s what this is Plus, this is obviously the Tom Hardy version of Mad Max And I m all for that Probably not going to continue this series Mad Max never really did anything for me Unless, ya know, Tom Hardy I am just not a fan of this particular post apocalyptic world It s hot, dusty, hopeless, and makes me thirsty.

Son 3 precuelas un recuento r pido de oda la saga de Mad Max y las historias de origen de Nux y de Immortan Joe La mejor es la de Immortan, pero me hubieran gustado m s p ginas y alguna menci n a Furiosa.

Liked a lot that side story, really coherent with the movie, and quite immersive.

I was really surprised by the lackluster artwork, given that George Miller was a part of this prequel comic series However, it did do its job in providing a compelling backstory

There was too much lead in, which bogged it down Then the action was meh and rather contrived Then he should have died again, but didn t, which finally sets up wherever this is going.

See the movie and read the comic for best results.


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