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by Jacen Burrows,Garth Ennis

  • ISBN: 1592910904
  • Category: Comics & Graphic
  • Author: Jacen Burrows,Garth Ennis
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Avatar Press (May 11, 2010)
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • FB2 size: 1547 kb
  • EPUB size: 1663 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 158
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Crossed, Vol. 1 book. The Atrocity Exhibition: Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows Reimagine the Zombie Apocalypse.

Crossed, Vol. The world's been overrun by sadistic homicidal maniacs  .

Crossed is a comic book written by Garth Ennis and drawn by Jacen Burrows for the first ten issues, and published by Avatar Press

Crossed is a comic book written by Garth Ennis and drawn by Jacen Burrows for the first ten issues, and published by Avatar Press. Following volumes Crossed: Family Values, Crossed 3D, and Crossed: Psychopath were written by David Lapham. A new series, Crossed: Badlands is written and drawn by rotating creative teams. The franchise has also spawned two webcomics: Crossed: Wish You Were Here, which ran from 2012–2014, and Crossed: Dead or Alive, which began syndication in November 2014.

Crossed vol. 4, I feel strange about. I'm fine with spending my money on it, but I feel a little I don't know what to feel about it. Don't really know why.

Working exclusively with Avatar Press through the years, his skillful talents have brought to life the visions of such comic book luminaries as Alan Moore (Neonomicon) and Warren Ellis (Scars). Crossed vol.

Garth Ennis' Chronicles . .has been added to your Cart. This was a classic Garth Ennis story I really liked it can't wait to read The boys vo. -4. One person found this helpful. Perhaps his greatest success in recent years has been CROSSED, a horror survival series published by Avatar Press, in which the world has been overrun by sadistic homicidal maniacs. The CROSSED property has been optioned for film by Kevin Spacey’ s Trigger Street Productions. 4: Badlands. by Garth Ennis · Jamie Delano · Jacen Burrows

Crossed, Vol. by Garth Ennis · Jamie Delano · Jacen Burrows. Top horror authors Garth Ennis and Jamie Delano tell tales of desperate survivors in a world overrun by psychopaths (think The Walking Dead meets Texas Chainsaw Massacre)!Two tales of terror from the most vicious landscape in modern horror, written by gro. Bad World. Collected here are all four of the first year's worth of Warren Ellis' Apparat books including Simon Spector with art by Jacen Burrows, Angel Stomp Future with art by Juan Jose Ryp, Quit City with art by Laurenn McCubbin, and Frank Ironwine with art by Ca. Scars. by Warren Ellis · Jacen Burrows.

Garth Ennis, Jacen Burrows. This gut-wrenching vision is brought to vivid (and more than a little disurbing) life by his partner in crime Jacen Burrows. Imagine, for a moment, the worst crimes against humanity.

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CROSSED (Avatar 2009) Garth Ennis & Jacen Burrows (FN/VF) RARE. Crossed 1 - Avatar Press - 2008 1st Print - Garth Ennis Jacen Burrows. Crossed 2 Avatar 2008 NM Jacen Burrows Auxiliary Variant LTD 2000 Garth Ennis.

Garth Ennis (Co-Creator of The Boys & Preacher) is back at Marvel and writing the Punisher again, this time with art phenom Jacen Burrows (MOON KNIGHT, 303, Crossed) at his side

Garth Ennis (Co-Creator of The Boys & Preacher) is back at Marvel and writing the Punisher again, this time with art phenom Jacen Burrows (MOON KNIGHT, 303, Crossed) at his side. If you know Frank Castle, you know this doesn't necessarily set his mind at ease.

Crossed: Family Values, Vol. 1 Digital Comics - Comics by comiXology. Garth Ennis created a modern horror masterpiece with Crossed. In one terrifying moment, civilization crumbled. An outbreak of insanity swept across the planet, turning millions of people into the homicidal maniacs known as the Crossed. Now he has opened that vicious and terrible world for the best horror writers and artists to play in. Join David Lapham, Jamie Delano, David Hine, Christos Gage, Simon Spurrier, a host of others, and Garth Ennis himself in reading the new generation of nightmares come to life.

Imagine, for a moment, the worst crimes against humanity. Picture the cruelest affronts to decency. Conjure your darkest nightmares... and then realize it could all be so much worse. When civilization crumbles in one terrifying moment; when people are gleefully breaking into unthinkable acts of violence all around you; when everyone you love has died screaming in agony: What do you do? There is no help. There is no hope. There is no escape. There are only the Crossed. Garth Ennis has pulled out all the stops to write the most depraved and twisted book of his career, one that also may be his most poignant human drama! Crossed is Ennis' horrifically visceral exploration of the pure evil that humans are truly capable of indulging and collected here are all ten heart-stopping chapters. This gut-wrenching vision is brought to vivid (and more than a little disturbing) life by his partner in crime Jacen Burrows.
Reviews about Crossed, Vol. 1 (7):
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Ennis is one of the best writers in contemporary comics. This is a fact. He has an original, concise, and realistic way of expressing the thought patterns of common, more realistic characters. Not super heroes, or heroes at all for that matter. If you are sensitive or easily offended by extreme violence, gore, horror, sexual violence, language, or overall pessimism, you will definitely not like this comic. Instead of admitting a sensitivity to art with these aspects, some might just give the book a poor review. This is not how to review art. For the genre, Crossed is an absolute masterpiece. And the art of Jacen Burrows is beautiful (yes even the violent parts). If you like extreme horror movies, books, or comics, you should love the Crossed series. I mean no disrespect for people who are sensitive to sexual violence etc. Indeed I am in favor of warnings of graphic material, so if you bother to read reviews (which you should), consider this your warning. Crossed is the most twisted comic I have ever read and I love gorey arthouse horror. The first volume is especially good because it is the only volume in the entire Crossed series (which now has well over 20 volumes including multiple variants) that is entirely written and inked by Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows. The power duo do return for a few small arcs in the later volumes. The other writers are good; although, one thing you can always count on with Crossed is magnificent art. Every volume is bursting with color and beautiful depiction of animals, nature, and human anatomy. Bottom line: of you have a strong stomach and consider yourself a devoted fan of horror or zombie genres then Crossed is the highest of the high, the most brutal of the brutal.
I just recently discovered Crossed. It's an extremely violent and over-the-top comic series that's not for the faint of heart. It makes The Walking Dead universe seem pleasant and peaceful by comparison! An outbreak of unexplainable lunacy infects most of the human population, turning them into the "crossed." Only a handful of survivors are left with their wits intact. Very quickly you learn that life in this series is highly expendable, and characters aren't living day-by-day, but instead living minute-by-minute! Don't get attached to any one person... they might not last more than a few panels. It's ghastly, grotesque reading material, but I love it! Intense, entertaining and addictive. 5 stars!
This is an excellent post-apocalyptic series. This is the (type of) world where the characters from the Pulitzer prize winning novel "The Road" would have found themselves in.

This is a NC-17 (I don't think that movie rating has existed for a long time, but it is better than the M rating for video games) comic, so it's definitely not for kids or even teens. The language isn't terribly shocking for modern culture, but the violence and craziness of Garth Ennis's world would certainly offend many readers who just picked this up without doing any investigating.

The characters are well conceived, without any of them coming across as heroic.
I really wanted to LOVE this. I really did. I love the idea of a new take on zombies since I'm beyond sick of zombies. While the "infected" are zombie-ish they aren't in that they speak and they formulate attack plans etc. It's unique, but the story sort of fell flat. The main two characters (your male and female lead) are HARD to connect to and extremely hard to feel for when events unfold. I am going to give the second one a try to see if it picks up anymore, but this one definitely left much to be desired in the character development aspect of things. The books are extremely graphic, but not the most graphic thing I've encountered. Let me be specific and say in this one it's not so much sexual as it is violent, but I like my comics to be a little bit demented. It has that aspect. Something about the story is what really put me off. I'd be interested to chat with others on what they felt regarding this first book.
I'm a bit tired of the zombie trope. This however takes its to a new level. It's a story about loss and explicit. While I'm interested in the world created by Ennis and I forced myself to read to the end to see where the characters ended up, there were times I wanted to shut the book and stop reading.There are images that will forever be burned into my brain. Parts of the narrative also hit the reader like a ton of bricks. It is not an intellectual look at the zombie apocalypse (and whatever metaphor it may stand for), but it is an honest one. It won't leave your warm and satisfied. If you are looking for a read that will make your wretch and gnaw at your being, this is it. Warning though - you won't be able to shake it. I liked this book, but I will not be reading it or any others again.
A nice alternative to the "zombie apocalypse" genre by giving a twist and focusing on a group of survivors and how they have to cope with the Crossed outbreak. The nice thing about the series is that each volume takes on a different author and artist and focuses on a different set of survivors so it feels fresh. There is a copious amount of sexual violence but in this volume it's not as graphic or frequent as later volumes and isn't a focus of the characters or the story. For those worrying about the price, it's worth it - this book is easily at least twice the size of other graphic novels available.
Garth Ennis creates the brutal and psychotic experience of Crossed. The world is lost and overrun by crazed psycho-paths who have been infected by an unknown virus. The only way to know who has been infected is that a red cross breaks out along the face of those whom have been bitten or have exchanged body fluid of some sort. This story follows a group of a handful of survivors who are on a journey seeking hope in Alaska. If you like The Walking Dead or enjoyed the movie Crazies, then you should enjoy this book. Although, this particular horror story leans a little towards those and a mix of the Devils Rejects. I wasn't even aware of the series until after read Ennis's Punisher Max run, but I'm glad I did. I plan ordering the next volume soon. I give Crossed 4.4/5 stars.

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