An Incomprehensible Condition: An Unofficial Guide To Grant Morrison's Seven Soldiers

An Incomprehensible Condition An Unofficial Guide To Grant Morrison s Seven Soldiers In An Incomprehensible Condition Andrew Hickey examines Grant Morrison s comic series Seven Soldiers of Victory and traces the history of the ideas used From Greek myth to hip hop from John Bu

  • Title: An Incomprehensible Condition: An Unofficial Guide To Grant Morrison's Seven Soldiers
  • Author: Andrew Hickey
  • ISBN: 2940011424304
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Nook
  • In An Incomprehensible Condition, Andrew Hickey examines Grant Morrison s 2005 comic series Seven Soldiers of Victory, and traces the history of the ideas used From Greek myth to hip hop, from John Bunyan to Alan Turing, from Arius of Alexandria to Isaac Newton, we see how Frankenstein connects to Robert Johnson, what George Bernard Shaw had to say about Bulleteer, and whIn An Incomprehensible Condition, Andrew Hickey examines Grant Morrison s 2005 comic series Seven Soldiers of Victory, and traces the history of the ideas used From Greek myth to hip hop, from John Bunyan to Alan Turing, from Arius of Alexandria to Isaac Newton, we see how Frankenstein connects to Robert Johnson, what George Bernard Shaw had to say about Bulleteer, and what G.K Chesterton thinks of I, Spider.

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    1. A slim but dense book, being a series of essays on various topics inspired by Grant Morrison's Seven Soldiers metaseries. Direct commentary on the comics is kept to a minimum but Hickey draws useful connections and fills in a lot of the reference points. Topics include Leadbelly, M-Theory, John Bunyan and (as they say) much more. I guarantee there will be something here you either didn't know or hadn't thought of.

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