Sandman deluxe. Vol. 6 PDF

Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is sandman deluxe. Vol. 6 PDF the Vertigo comic book series. DMZ is an American comic book series written by Brian Wood, with artwork by Wood and Riccardo Burchielli.


Författare: Neil Gaiman.

Sandman non è solo il re dei sogni, ma anche il signore di tutte storie, reali e immaginarie, scritte e orali, raccontate o anche solo immaginate. Lo stretto legame tra attività onirica e narrazioni affiora in questo sesto volume dove si intrecciano fiabe e folklore, miti antichi e riflessi della storia dell’umanità. Amore e tenebre, potere e responsabilità sono i fondamentali temi che accomunano queste nove storie in cui la vita di re e spie, imperatori e attori, corvi e lupi mannari è toccata e cambiata dal passaggio di Morfeo.

DMZ is published by DC Comics under their Vertigo imprint. The inspiration for the comic had initially come to Wood in early 2003, at a time when the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York City and the invasion of Iraq dominated the U. Wood first discovered the work of artist Riccardo Burchielli in a stack of portfolios on Dennis’ desk, the editor having collected a sample of the Italian’s illustrations after encountering him at a comics fair in Naples in March 2003. I’d be happy to see DMZ run 60 issues. 72 on December 28, 2011 and was collected in 12 trade paperback volumes. 1, by Brian Wood, showing the setting for DMZ.

The series is set in New York City, sometime in the near future and in the midst of a civil war that has turned the island of Manhattan into a demilitarized zone. The conflict concerns two primary forces: the federal government of the United States of America and the Free States armies. 8, its explained that the Free States are less a geographical entity than “an idea”, and that the movement began with an uprising of secessionist groups that formed a separate government in Montana before spreading across the country. The Free Armies and the U. There was even a sense among troops that the U. Free States army, until the calamity of Day 204, when a squad of U. Midwestern militia groups revolt against their local governments in protest of rampant U.