The Most Anticipated Books of Fall This is only the third book of Max’s that has been translated to English out of many more works I can only hope more of his books get translated soon! There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Trippin’ in the superreal world. I’m not sure I understand who it could possible be meant for.
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Si encuentro otra obra de Max al mismo nivel, seguro me “fanee”. In Bardinover ten years’ worth of work has been reproduced in beautiful stochastic printing, which uses “frequency-modulated dot patterns” to create rich colors and intricate detail.
It was good and superealist stories are really good but some of them like kind of repetitive. Sep 03, Laura rated it it was amazing Shelves: Dec 30, Ricardo Baptista rated it really liked it.
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Want to Read saving…. Very well drawn and executed. Once you get past the gorgeous artwork, handsomely presented though it may be another win for the production team at FantagraphicsBardinbegins to lose its charm.
I was reminded of Calvin and Hobbes for those struck with incurable ennui. What a cool book. But Bardin also learns from this strange canine that he is the new custodian of this even stranger world.
Bardin the Superrealist
May 23, Laissez Farrell rated thee really liked it. Thanks for telling us about the problem. View Full Version of PW. Enar rated it liked it Dec 27, So, we’re left with a strange little book.
Oct 30, Erik rated it it was ok Shelves: The work collected in Bardin the Superrealist certainly tackles lofty concepts, but with mixed results that don’t always equal an engaging read. This is only the third book of Max’s that has been translated to English out of many more works I can only hope more of his books get translated soon! Siebe rated it it was ok Dec 17, Refresh and try again.
Bardín the Superrealist
It’s simultaneously fascinating and disturbing, but the sensation is short-lived. In the epic final comic, Bardin leaps into his dreams and battles a succession of nightmare-beasts; triumphing over each one, even his own sleeping self!
There are supsrrealist fun drawings and the opening and closing strips benefit from being more long-form and loose.
Contains reference to european art and eastern symbols. Sep 11, Askaso rated it really liked it Shelves: Jul 07, Ero rated it really liked it Shelves: But most of the jokes feel like underhand lobs to your grandmother. The Most Anticipated Books of Fall Spanish cartoonist Max uses some of the most cherished pieces of high art as the catalyst for his character Bardin’s funny and thoroughly humane adventures. Trippin’ in the superreal world. Books of the Week.
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Bardín the Superrealist by Max
Almost all of the last half of the book is taken up by “The Sound and the Fury,” a silent strip in which Bardin must fight through many bizarre situations as a knight complete with sword and helmet. It would seem that he serves, mostly, as a mouthpiece for Max’s opinions on issues like barrdin expression and religion. Some interesting sequences and conversations, but nothing surprising or moving.