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Weirdworld chapter 1 Weirdworld , meaning Weirdworld , genre Weirdworld , book cover Weirdworld , flies Weirdworld , Weirdworld 7df75aa728375 Welcome To Weirdworld, A Land Of Legend And Lore Meet Tyndall, A Lost Elf On A Dangerous Quest A Quest To The Heart Of Evil And Beyond One That Will Unite Him With The Beautiful Velanna, And Forge An Alliance For The Ages Together With Grumpy Dwarf Mud Butt , These Warriors Of The Shadow Realm Will Brave The City Of Seven Dark Delights, Face The Fallen God Darklens, And Meet The Dragonmaster Of Klarn But Will They Ever Fi Nd Their Way Home Collecting Marvel Premier , Material From Marvel Super Action , Marvel Fanfare , Marvel Super Special , Epic Illustrated ,


10 thoughts on “Weirdworld

  1. says:

    A book with art from Mike Ploog and featuring some of the greatest work John Buscema ever did What went wrong Moench gives Buscema a lot of awesome stuff to illustrate but the narrative is yet another long, plodding, contrived Fantasy story I some people may like this kind of story but to me its tense less nonsense without internal consistency As a side note, I dislike when publishers and creators declare their own work a masterpiece and most important comic book of the decade and so on A book with art from Mike Ploog and featuring some of the greatest work John Buscema ever did What went wrong Moench gives Buscema a lot of awesome stuff to illustrate but the narrative is yet another long, plodding, contrived Fantasy story I some people may like this kind of story but to me its tense less nonsense without internal consistency As a side note, I dislike when publishers and creators declare their own work a masterpiece and most important comic book of the decade and so on If it s good, don t worry, we ll tell ya


  2. says:

    I love Fantasy with a capital F Ditto Sword and Sorcery Marvel gave it a shot here And failed Midway into the collection John Buscema gives it and uplift and his parts are the best of the book But as a Fantasy fan looking at this it s just a poor attempt at a genre Marvel s never had any luck with.


  3. says:

    Tolkien Influenced Comic FantasyThis collection of Marvel s Weirdworld stories are the adventures of two elves in this world that owes a lot to J.R.R Tolkien The creator of this series claims he never read Lord of The Rings but you do see it s influence Especially in the final chapters.


  4. says:

    An Ugly Mirror on Weirdworld 1975 This intro is a short piece, but it s quite strong with beautiful artwork, an unusual storytelling technique full of compression and narrative and an interesting revelation It s a pity it was shrunk down from magazine size, making the print too small, but it s otherwise a great teaser 7 10.The Lord of Tyndall s Quest 1977 The narrative has backed off here to somewhatnormal for the comic world alas and you can increasingly see the ElfQuest in An Ugly Mirror on Weirdworld 1975 This intro is a short piece, but it s quite strong with beautiful artwork, an unusual storytelling technique full of compression and narrative and an interesting revelation It s a pity it was shrunk down from magazine size, making the print too small, but it s otherwise a great teaser 7 10.The Lord of Tyndall s Quest 1977 The narrative has backed off here to somewhatnormal for the comic world alas and you can increasingly see the ElfQuest influence as the Klarn travel through a world that hates them The coolest thing about this issue is the increasing weirdness such as the wax monsters and the reveal of Klarn itself Though there are certainly standard fantasy tropes here, Moench is coming up with his own wacky ideas too 7 10.Lord Raven 1979 I generally find it weird that this story was shelved for so long Perhaps it s not as strong as its predecessors and it definitely has the weakest art in the book, not that it s bad, just normal , but it still has the fun wackiness of the setting which as usual comes across through the villains and an adventure that really seems to put things on an epic path I ll be interested to see if these unfinished plot threads continue onward 6.5 10.Warriors of the Shadow Realm 1979 An entirely gorgeous Weirdworld comic, and one that does a great job of detailing the backstory of the world It runs a little long, and our protagonists are too often railroaded along the quest path, but it s still an interesting story, propped up by that beautiful art 7 10.The Dragon Master of Klarn 1981 1982 At this point, Weirdworld has gotten a little repetitive, as the heroes go after yet another sorcerous lord But it still has nice art and the general strengths the comic has shown thus far 6 10 Overall, Weirdworld is amazing for its time period a full throated fantasy comic full of innovative and unusual ideas The writing isn t quite what I d expect from a modern book, but it still holds up decently well, making this a beautiful addition to any fantasy library.


  5. says:

    It s a shame there was so much time between them, it seems like if they were able to stay with one vision of the characters and the world, it could have been pretty good As it is, it seems like a mish mash of whatever fantasy was popular at the time the first couple with amazing Mike Ploog art feels alot like Elfquest which even Al Milgrom mentions in his Editor Al column Then with the painted art it s a very clear LotR rip with a Evil Dark Lord using scary horseman to chase the e It s a shame there was so much time between them, it seems like if they were able to stay with one vision of the characters and the world, it could have been pretty good As it is, it seems like a mish mash of whatever fantasy was popular at the time the first couple with amazing Mike Ploog art feels alot like Elfquest which even Al Milgrom mentions in his Editor Al column Then with the painted art it s a very clear LotR rip with a Evil Dark Lord using scary horseman to chase the elves and reclaim an artifact that will let him walk again.The last one is almost a mix of the two, but not quite, and tosses in Dragon riding for good measure as if someone had read the Anne McCaffrey books and said let s do that The art, though very different, is great throughout I imaging the original painted books are quite amazing with their pull out spreadseven shrunk down they re pretty awesome.Sadly, the writing is very different the characters change in both look and personality in each story, then back again no idea if that was just time passing and the direction changing, or editorial mandate, but they seem barely the same people The trade is a nice package, though strangely organized It s full of covers, text pieces, original art pages, and the like, but they are peppered throughout the book, with a bunch at the end I would have prefered achronological format, as it was pretty mind bending reading in a couple spots.Overall, I can see alot of missed potential makes me want to see Moench and Ploog give it another shot without Marvel to deal with


  6. says:

    This is an unusual book It s a Marvel book, but it s very self consciously not the story you d see in a Marvel book The marketing included in the book is very clear that it s meant to appeal to fans of Lord of the Rings The author seems to think he s doing something different It s not fully clear what the point is It seems like the author wants to make it about a discovery or a quest, but the quests end quickly and the discoveries don t seem to add up It s also never as funny as it think This is an unusual book It s a Marvel book, but it s very self consciously not the story you d see in a Marvel book The marketing included in the book is very clear that it s meant to appeal to fans of Lord of the Rings The author seems to think he s doing something different It s not fully clear what the point is It seems like the author wants to make it about a discovery or a quest, but the quests end quickly and the discoveries don t seem to add up It s also never as funny as it thinks it is when it thinks it s being funny, anyway The art is unusual It looks like a lot of paintings rather than a lot of comicbooks It didn t seem to translate well to this book because of some weird issues with dimensions Also of note is the prevalent misogyny Women are scarce and when they do appear are primarily objectified The most important female character has incredible intuition until a villain causes her to matur e his words which turns her into a shrew or a similar overused stereotype


  7. says:

    A pretty good fantasy series from the imagination of Doug Moench Five different stories of different lengths featuring the elves Tyndall and Velanna and the dwarf Mud Butt fighting against sorcerers, giant serpents, goblins, and various other fantastical creatures There s also a lot of interesting backmatter detailing the creation of these stories for process junkies.


  8. says:

    It s clich d and a little trite and derivative but I don t care I really enjoyed it it s great fun and the art is lovely.


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