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That it’s got, but the plot and characterization is weaker.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. But times have changed. Qui il nostro anti-eroe affronta il suo passato anarchista.

It includes a map of that part of Paris and where the incidents in the narrative took place. I find the plot too light, to much previsible. Dev’essere che si restringono con l’umidita’. He also completed a four-volume series on the Paris Commune, Le cri du peuple.

Potn che sia tanto migliorato adesso. This guy can truly create the best atmosphere for this genre. Fantastic atmosphere in this adaptation of a French noir novel. James Heimer rated it really liked it Jul 06, Tout ce qui concerne les gitans m’agace encore, c’est des balivernes. This series recreates the Paris of early 20th century where the moody heroine encounters supernatural events, state plots, occult societies and experiments in cryogenics.

Set in ‘s Paris and rigourously black-and-white like broujllard true film noir, this particular adventure is probably the one into which Malet put the most of his own autobiography. M rated it really liked it May 13, Open Preview Yolbiac a Problem?


But at least, in the ‘s to ‘s, he created a credible French answer to Philip Marlowe, Nestor Burma. Having been impressed by the graphic novel versions of Malet’s books it was a logical step to reading the text version and using my own imagination to populate the streets of Paris with the characters he describes.

Merging Books 15 21 Jul 03, Wow, brouilalrd really impressed me. Fa parte dei Grouillard misteri di Parigi, un viaggio negli arrondissements a volte sordidi a volte spietati sempre poetici tolbaic immaginifici.

Ci troviamo di fronte alla qu a soccorso di un vecchio compagno. Ehrlich gesagt, ist dies kein einfaches Comic. If you like the genre and Paris, it is hard to find anything more compelling and endearing. A beautiful pr Another fantastic Jacques Tardi graphic novel book. Jul 01, Alex Panagiotopoulos rated it it was amazing Shelves: Thanks for telling us about the problem. He did not succeed in write all the 20 books, but only Published January 15th by Casterman first published I highly recommend to any fan of comics, graphic novels, or detective fiction.

Another fantastic Tokbiac Tardi graphic novel book. This time, based on the detective novel by Leo Malet, that takes place on the Left Bank sometime in the s.

Read the English language version of this graphic novel. He tolbiiac often credited solely as Tardi. In Malet’s case, Tardi adapted his detective hero Nestor Burma into a series of critically acclaimed graphic novels, though he also wrote and drew original stories of his own.

Le storie di Nestor Burma non annoiano maii suoi casi sono complicati e intricati e lo vedono sempre coinvolto in prima persona.

Brouillard au pont de Tolbiac (Nestor Burma

Apr 30, George K. The old gang is back together again, of sorts. Nestor Burma Graphic Novel Adaptation 1 – 10 of 11 books. Brouillars with This Book. Hardcover77 pages. Pioveva di brutto e si sa che, appena cadono anche solo due gocce, i taxi si fanno subito piu’ rari.


Sep 15, Philippe Malzieu rated it liked it. Really looking forward to reading more of Nestor Burma’s cases through the great artist’s eye. Nonetheless, well worth reading.

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Very difficult to come by his stuff in English. His grandfather’s involvement in the day-to-day horrors of trench warfare, seems to have had a deep influence to his artistic expression. Ferdinand rated it really liked it Nov 05, tolhiac Dark, tolgiac, sometimes delusional, the protagonist tries to get the pieces of his past life together again through a crime long forgotten, and with him we do too.

Refresh and try again. This book is one of a series renowned for the atmosphere of Paris locations. Eric Burek rated it really liked it Sep tilbiac, Aug 25, Dawn rated it it was amazing. There’s one thread in the story I don’t like – the depiction of the Roma and an instance of, well, fridging, but that aside this is a suitably bleak venture into old crimes and loyalties in the grimmer side of an apparently perpetually rain soaked Paris.