[Ebook] Atomic Chili By Joe R. Lansdale – Pcusati.info

[Ebook] Atomic Chili By Joe R. Lansdale – Pcusati.info For Fans Of Joe R Lansdale, It S Hard To Think Of A Delicious Treat Than A Well Produced Collection Of Comic Adaptations Of His Short Stories From The Striking Mixed Media Color Cover By Dave Dorman, To The Biography And Bibliography At The End, Atomic Chili The Illustrated Joe R Lansdale Is A Lovingly Executed Homage To The Storyteller From East Texas Included Are Top Notch Versions, In A Variety Of Artistic Styles, Of By Bizarre Hands, Night They Missed The Horror Show, Dead In The West, Tight Little Stitches In A Dead Man S Back, And Steel Valentine The New York Times Places Lansdale In The Tradition Of Country Noir Pioneered By Writers Such As James M Cain, Erskine Caldwell, And Jim Thompson They Share A Total Trust In The Straightforward Power Of A Man S Voice Speaking When That Man Has A Witch S Brew Of A Tale To Tell No Tricks, No Stylish Ennui, No Somnambulant Remoteness Or Pointless Savagery Are Required, But A Rare Sort Of Gift Is, And Joe Lansdale Has His In Bushel Baskets


10 thoughts on “Atomic Chili

  1. Evans Light Evans Light says:

    Love it, but wish it was in full color with glossy paper For B W on newsprint, it s not bad Love it, but wish it was in full color with glossy paper For BW on newsprint, it s not bad


  2. Quentin Wallace Quentin Wallace says:

    I enjoyed this one better then the previous similar collection, Weird Business, but that one featured different authors while this one is all Lansdale Some of the stories are incredibly dark well, most of them but I suppose that s what horror is all about The art is mostly above average and the stories are good This is a good collection, but be warned, it s dark and graphic If you re familiar with Lansdale, however, you already know


  3. Frank Frank says:

    I read through this graphic novel of Joe Lansdale stories in one afternoon And I must say the stories are very GRAPHIC I have read several of Lansdale s novels and short story collections including some of the Hap and Leonard series and have pretty much enjoyed them all I was kind of mixed on this one, probably because of the comic book graphic novel approach to the stories I think I like Lansdale s prose and dialog better in his written nov


  4. Clint Clint says:

    If you like the funny, dirty, ultraviolent world of Joe Lansdale, especially the horror stuff, this is for you I d read two of the stories in here in their original prose format, Dead in the West and Tight Little Stitches in a Dead Man s Back, and they were done very well here The other stories I d never read, and all of them were great a big slime monster living in a septic tank, alternate history where Japan has colonized the western US in the Old


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