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Cover for 1 The Metabarons is an epic science fiction saga spanning five generations, about a family of warriors who adhere to a strict code of honour. It is a saga filled to the brim with high drama, suspense, love, humour, betrayal and even incest which I will get to later. They are constantly bickering like two school children; Lothar is a very bad listener and is continuously interrupting Tonto who in turn berrates him for his stupid questions. The story of the Metabarons begins on an isolated world, Marmola, on which a tribe, ruled by Baron Berard of Castaka, export huge blocks of marble. It is a stunning world filled with luminous coloured marble towers. The spectacular marble world of Marmola Marmola is also the native location of a sacred blue oil called epiphyte, which has anti-gravity properties unknown to the rest of the universe.

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Start your review of The Metabarons: Ultimate Collection Write a review Shelves: favorites-artbooks-and-comics , favorites-sequential-art , bande-dessinee-unsorted , influential-cutting-edge-comic-art , ficgenre-fantasy-epic-urban , favorites-sf-fantasy-horror-crime , pb-humanoids-nbm-heavy-metal , ficgenre-science-fic-spec-fic The Metabarons: Incest, Dismemberment, Genital Mutilation He will never write proper female characters that arent idealized and objectified sex-goddesses, insane fanatics, or spiteful old hags.

He will never quit trying to be funny and failing. He will never crack a book in order to make his science fiction even vaguely scientific. The film had already ejected most of the novel anyway; Jodo was essentially using Dune as a subterfuge to raise capital for his own story. If Kubrick could treat the source material for and The Shining like soft clay, to be shaped or cast aside by the auteur, so could he!

Mega-macho murder by numbers: Juan Gimenez provides page after fully painted page of otherworldly vistas and horrific mutant hybrids; carefully detailed robotic machinery, weapons and armor; beautiful women and brutal combat Gimenez is far from the best of them. This is the kind of thing where Gimenez shines; his talent as a conceptual artist, imagining alien worlds and future-tech, is truly fantastic: Nevertheless, this remains a multi-generational BD-epic like no other, telling the tale of four generations of Metabarons, and the harsh, inexplicably fucked-up demands they place upon themselves and their loved ones.

As for why? I have no fucking clue. Top the idiocy in question. The more I read by Jodo, and come to recognize the same basic themes and characters repeating throughout his oeuvre, the more he I take his books in small doses, usually, so the standard page BD album is just about right. OR So

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Start your review of The Metabarons: Ultimate Collection Write a review Shelves: favorites-artbooks-and-comics , favorites-sequential-art , bande-dessinee-unsorted , influential-cutting-edge-comic-art , ficgenre-fantasy-epic-urban , favorites-sf-fantasy-horror-crime , pb-humanoids-nbm-heavy-metal , ficgenre-science-fic-spec-fic The Metabarons: Incest, Dismemberment, Genital Mutilation He will never write proper female characters that arent idealized and objectified sex-goddesses, insane fanatics, or spiteful old hags. He will never quit trying to be funny and failing. He will never crack a book in order to make his science fiction even vaguely scientific. The film had already ejected most of the novel anyway; Jodo was essentially using Dune as a subterfuge to raise capital for his own story. If Kubrick could treat the source material for and The Shining like soft clay, to be shaped or cast aside by the auteur, so could he! Mega-macho murder by numbers: Juan Gimenez provides page after fully painted page of otherworldly vistas and horrific mutant hybrids; carefully detailed robotic machinery, weapons and armor; beautiful women and brutal combat

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On the remote planet Ahour-The-Dwarf, a long-forgotten schism had drawn its inhabitants into an interminable civil war between two castes -- the Amakuras and the Castakas -- who adhere to respective versions of a once-shared warrior code, known by the Amakuras as Bushikara and by the Castakas as Bushitaka. Omezo, employing guile over the established codes of combat, overwhelmed the Amakuras, but not before Divadal released a bioweapon that rendered every man on the planet sterile. Once of age, Dayal became a breeding-stud to all the Castaka women, but once his offspring came of age themselves, Omezo gave up concealing his disgust at his half-Amakura "stepson" and banished him. His mentor General Pakko matched him with his daughter Antigrea, whom he had conceived just before the assault on the Amakuras, and despite initial antipathy they fell in love.

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