The Matrix Comics, Vol. 2

Lana Wachowski Andy Wachowski Peter Bagge Michael Avon Oeming Poppy Z. Brite Troy Nixey Tim Sale Gregory Ruth


The Matrix Comics, Vol. 2

The Matrix Comics, Vol. 2

  • Title: The Matrix Comics, Vol. 2
  • Author: Lana Wachowski Andy Wachowski Peter Bagge Michael Avon Oeming Poppy Z. Brite Troy Nixey Tim Sale Gregory Ruth
  • ISBN: 9781932700091
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback



The masterminds behind The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions unveil a second collection of comics tales based on their epic creation, starring some of the biggest names in comics Spinning out of concepts by the Wachowski Brothers, this new volume features stories and artwork by, amongst others, Geof Darrow conceptual designer on all three films, co cThe masterminds behind The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions unveil a second collection of comics tales based on their epic creation, starring some of the biggest names in comics Spinning out of concepts by the Wachowski Brothers, this new volume features stories and artwork by, amongst others, Geof Darrow conceptual designer on all three films, co creator of Hard Boiled , Steve Skroce storyboard artist on the films , Bill Sienkiewicz Elektra Assassin and Tim Sale Batman The Long Halloween Exploring every facet of The Matrix universe and expanding upon the mythos of the movies, The Matrix Comics 2 is essential reading for any fan.Larry and Andy Wachowski wrote and directed all three The Matrix films, as well as the cult classic noir Bound Geof Darrow co created Hard Boiled and The Big Guy Rusty the Boy Robot Steve Skroce has illustrated Wolverine, Youngblood and many besides Tim Sale illustrated Batman The Long Halloween and Batman Dark Victory.


Recent Comments "The Matrix Comics, Vol. 2"

This second volume offers better drawings and more intense action. While volume 1 shows some side stories that are relevant in the development of the whole Matrix history (such the B166er trial or the bread festival), this 12 stories bet for something more visual and violent.Like before, Peter Bagge appears again with his naivety and impertinence, but tearing those pages apart, the comic is pure excitement and it becomes something better than just a collector item.

I found this rather addictive! It is a collection of short stories set in The Matrix universe, much like The Animatrix DVD was a collection of short animated films. The artwork varies throughout the collection as it features different artists and writers on each story, which were apparently originally published online and now collected in this volume. This is volume 2 and I haven't yet read volume 1, however this wasn't a problem at all. As long as you've seen the movies, you'll make perfect sen [...]

i bought this and the first vol at the same time. though i'm so far disappointed with the first vol, i'm still holding out hope for the second now reading this vol, and so far am more impressed than i was with the first volw finished, and this was much better than the 1st vol, though it was shorter. i think that since it contained more comics from after the sequels came out (or at least when tehy were in production), it was more interesting to the overall matrix world story.

Este segundo volumen no es más de lo mismo, al menos no del todo. Las nuevas historias tiene más acción, quizás algo más homogéneo (si se puede usar la palabra) en cuanto al dibujo. Básicamente más madera para seguir navegando por el mundo “Matrix”, tal vez demasiado para los que optaran por la pastilla azul pero nunca suficiente para los que seguimos al conejito blanco.

All'altezza del volume precedente. Molti racconti sono ispirati alla stessa tematica: il conflitto matrix/realtà come conflitto tra sogno/veglia. A tal proposito, il racconto della ragazzina che "sogna" continuamente di svegliarsi fuori Matrix, nella sua capsula nei campi, è fenomenale.

Some of it was great. Some of it was interesting. Some of it was mediocre. I liked the Bill Sienkiewicz part.

I had to read Vol 2 - some good stories in here too. I like the Neil Gaiman story in Vol 1 the best.

I found it, I read it, I mindlessly enjoyed it, the end.

The second half of more insight into the already dense world of the Matrix series.

more great stories based on the matrix universe. well written and illustrated.

A bunch of fascinating stories all revolving the expanded universe of the matrix. Great art and mind bending stories, but I found them all to be way too short, and found myself wanting more.


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