Hip Flask and Ebony Hide count amongst their number: Elephantmen. Even when befriended by a small girl, Hide is still haunted by his past and is forced to. The Elephantmen series follows the on going battles of the giant mutated animal/ human crossbreed creatures created by a shadowy. Read Elephantmen comic online free and high quality. Fast loading speed, unique reading type: All pages – just need to scroll to read next page.
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Jul 22, Richard rated it liked it Shelves: However, after reading the first issue, I realized this reaction is essential to the entire point elephnatmen the series, because we are led to see how these Elephantmen, who have been terribly mistreated, continue to be discriminated against by humans. I bought this to read on a long flight and by the time I finished one read through the cover had pealed away from the binding and the binding had split.
The characters are a lot of fun, especially Ebony Hide and Obidiah Horn, but really all of them. The process involves implanting embryos into the wombs of kidnapped local women who are disposed of after giving birth.
I really found myself feeling for the Elephantmen featured in this first book, even the clear villain and I wanted them to have better lives than they had. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. The fact that this is the first volume is elephanntmen the reason why it’s patchy.
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The writing is mostly pretty good, though I did find one section that translated the main character into a storybook tale of pirates told to a child a bit of a chore to read. I really found myself feeling for the Elephantmen featured in this first book, even the clear villain a This is a dark and painful but beautiful story.
This page was last edited on 19 Februaryat War Toys, and four issues of Hip Flask, starring the hippo hybrid who started it all. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Stylistically, the series is a blend of noir and science fiction, but one that avoids being overly “pulpy” in the traditional sense, while telling a series of loosely-connected short stories.
So pass for now? To bad it just ended this month with issue Jan 19, Tom Ewing rated it really liked it. I get that it’s not going to appeal to everyone, but if you even think you might like it, you simply must read this book. Not even in comif scifi setting.
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I hope the art will pick up but the story and setup is amazing. Ebony Hide has a conversation with a young girl named Savannah, who fails to understand the complexities or ocmic between people, as only a child can. There is also a cojic of side plots illustrated by other artists that diverge from the overall look and for the most part they add a nice bit of variety to the books.
It’s nicely done, interesting and gives an idea of the comic lineage that has led here. The problem is, most people loathe them and consider them to be abominations. For other uses, see The Elephant Man disambiguation. Fomic help to improve this section by introducing more precise citations. So was it worth buying again?
Apr 29, Peacegal rated it liked it. Views Read Edit View history. This was a really fun book to read and I am am excited to read more, but the quality of this printing is awful! I’m willing to give the series a try still because when Elephantmen is good, it is fantastic! Don’t have a Kindle?
Sometimes, the computer blurriness of the human faces bothered me – I mean, it doesn’t look like a style I would like – but there is pain in Ebony’s eyes, and when I started to notice that, I let my heart get elephantmenn on a bit.
This edition was particularly lovely as it had really thick high quality paper pages. Instead of a linear narrative, the audience is introduced to the characters through a series of sequentially illustrated short stories that do share some common plot threads, but are largely capable of standing on their own.
I hope that the next batch start to tell a more cohesive tale Despite the far flung sci-fi aspect of the comics they’re grounded in current and cutting edge science that is happening right now. Extras compared to the original version? Do we ever learn?