Borderline #1

    Borderline » Borderline #1 - Vol. 1 released by Dynamite Entertainment on June 1, 2006.

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    Pulp noir in the tradition of Sin City and 100 Bullets from creator/artist Eduardo Risso!

    Known for his moody powerful artwork Eduardo Risso has commanded a legion of fans from his work on 100 Bullets (with writer Brian Azzarello who also provides and exclusive intro to this collection) and Batman among others.

    But until now fans have never experienced the raw power and vision of Borderline (with writer Chris Trillo)!

    Borderline, originally published in Italy, is a 600-page epic created by Risso and Trillo with whom the artist has previously worked on a slate of other projects. This powerful piece of graphic fiction has never before been available in the United States in English.

    Now Borderline -- described by Harvey and Eisner Award winning creator Risso as a sci-fi post-apocalyptic story that openly shows the miseries and kindness of Humankind -- is available in English for the first time from Dynamite Entertainment.

    Volume 1 weighs in at an impressive 160 pages filled with Risso's gorgeous artwork and Trillo's fantastic ideas - plus a script translation overseen by Risso and creator Ivan Bradon! This is a must-have for every fan of comics and art!



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    Borderline takes you into an Amazing dystopian fringe society, using both emptyness and consision to paint its world 0

    Borderline is an Italian comic presented in the US by Dynamite but doesn't seem to have gotten a lot of attention here. Checking around on line, I did not see much about the work other than a smattering of people giving it rave reviews. Those reviews are correct. This work is fantastic.In trying to place how the work feels, to me it almost has a Japanese edge to it. The dystopian future where things have decayed and people live in a cluttered, somewhat ruined world is portrayed in black and whi...

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