Mysterius the Unfathomable (2020)

Mysterius the Unfathomable Jeff Parker Tom Fowler Mysterius the Unfathomable When Ella attends a s ance for a report in her local paper she gets sucked into the world of Mysterius the Unfathomable a magician who s than just a performer of flashy tricks Sensing Ella is the p
  • Title: Mysterius the Unfathomable
  • Author: Jeff Parker Tom Fowler
  • ISBN: 9781401226701
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Paperback
Mysterius the Unfathomable Jeff Parker Tom Fowler When Ella attends a s ance for a report in her local paper, she gets sucked into the world of Mysterius the Unfathomable , a magician who s than just a performer of flashy tricks Sensing Ella is the perfect person to play the role of his assistant, Delfi the latest in a long line , Mysterius hires her Their cases drag them deep into the modern world of magic, at lWhen Ella attends a s ance for a report in her local paper, she gets sucked into the world of Mysterius the Unfathomable , a magician who s than just a performer of flashy tricks Sensing Ella is the perfect person to play the role of his assistant, Delfi the latest in a long line , Mysterius hires her Their cases drag them deep into the modern world of magic, at least one pocket dimension, and the wicker effigy about to be set alight at a Burning Man esque festival Acclaimed creators Jeff Parker X Men The First Class, Agents of Atlas and Tom Fowler GREEN ARROW, CAPER make their WildStorm debut with this exciting, offbeat new miniseries
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  1. Rick

    During the past decade, mainstream comics have taken themselves way too seriously Thankfully, Parker and Fowler put the fun back in funny book The ageless Mysterius, stage magician conjurer sorcerer, recruits a young alt week newspaper reporter as his new sidekick after things run a muck at s ance The duo journey throughout the planes of existence and the equally strange worlds of modern day New York and Boston Fowler s Jack Davis inspired art perfectly complements Parker s goofy, societal mocki [...]

  2. Ανδρέας Μιχαηλίδης

    With a comic book like this, it s kinda hard to pinpoint why, in the end, I did not particularly like it, seeing as I kept skimming the second half back and forth, never actually finishing it There is a lot to recommend it, Tom Fowler s art, for one, which is a gorgeous modern retro rendition if such a thing exists , with luscious colors, expressive faces and odd body types.On the other hand, it s a kind of unlikable magician s and very likable sidekick s weird adventures, combining 60s cinema, [...]

  3. Jason

    At first I didn t know what to make of the comic or its namesake, but as the story developed I came to really dig both view spoiler What s not to love about the surreal yet not entirely implausible revelation of a psychedelicized Lovecraftian horror in the guise of Suessian anapestic tetrameter and gobbledygook Why hasn t somebody else lampooned if not implicated Anton LaVey, Jim Jones, and David Blaine in the same conspiracy theory Is this the first time anyone else has tied together California [...]

  4. Alan

    Not quite a 4 start read, but it was very nice to see Jeff Parker expand past his usual super hero work for Marvel comics, some nice humor touches, a good try at old fashioned pulp feel in some spots, and the art is very unusual and good by today s standards We get to enjoy a magic user who hides his skills in plain sight, depends on his brain not magic, and is a bit of a coward All the time stopping someone s plan to become a god.

  5. Deborah

    I read this for Graphic Novel Reading Club and was not enthusiastic at first the art was exaggerated, the protagonist unattractive, even despicable But I read on to discover a witty, clever mystery Very funny and enjoyable, the art matching perfectly with the story A great romp Then we were honored with the presence of the author for the discussion, who is a treat He kept us enthralled with stories about the book and industry A very positive experience overall

  6. Kaleigh Norkum-Mathieu

    I will give this story credit for being different It is unique, however I did not feel like the story was very compelling in general A lot of the book had me wondering if they just wanted to draw naked people, I understand in the context of the story why they were naked but I felt it took away from the whole thing.

  7. Craig

    This started out really well, but then got way too silly too much time taken up with a Dr Seuss like character whose silly rhymes were really magic spells Like the artwork and the vibe, but the story kind of lost my interest after a while.

  8. Christian Lipski

    Irascible, immortal, unfathomable Magician for hire Jackass extraordinaire Mysterius and his assistant Delfi investigate strange goings on involving a dark magus and a dead childrens book writer.More to be discussed at Bridge City Comics Graphic Novel Reading Club on March 10 2011

  9. Lee Battersby

    Enjoyable romp that doesn t take itself too seriously but sacrifices character growth for the sake of holding together an increasingly silly and irrelevant plot A pleasant diversion, and some of the story threads could be teased out into future volumes, which would not be unwelcome.

  10. zxvasdf

    More Mysterius, Jeff Parker The Dr Seuss inspired pages were wonderful, and the concept of a decadent, slothful magician doing what he does just to stay afloat is awesome because stories about people who have the power and abuse the great responsibility that comes with is awesome.

  11. Don Bernal

    A light hearted Promethea by Alan Moore stories about magic and the unknown Good storytelling and imagination Definitely interested in follow ups.

  12. Adam

    Very surprised by how much I enjoyed the book I ll definitely be picking up the next volume if they do another one.

  13. Karl

    Lots of fun, especially the part where Dr Geist books are mass incantations designed to bring weird colorful demons into the world The interstitial prose story is uninspiring, though.

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