Savage

  • Title: Savage
  • Author: B. Clay Moore Clayton Henry Lewis LaRosa
  • ISBN: 9781682151891
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Paperback
  • Savage Fifteen years ago the world s most famous soccer star and his former supermodel wife pregnant with their unborn child disappeared without a trace The world believes they are dead But in reality the
    Fifteen years ago, the world s most famous soccer star and his former supermodel wife pregnant with their unborn child disappeared without a trace The world believes they are dead But, in reality, their private jet crash landed on a mysterious, unknown island ruled by prehistoric creatures from another time.This is the story of how they lost their humanity.Acclaimed writeFifteen years ago, the world s most famous soccer star and his former supermodel wife pregnant with their unborn child disappeared without a trace The world believes they are dead But, in reality, their private jet crash landed on a mysterious, unknown island ruled by prehistoric creatures from another time.This is the story of how they lost their humanity.Acclaimed writer B Clay Moore Aloha, Hawaiian Dick , and explosive artists Clayton Henry Archer Armstrong and Lewis LaRosa Bloodshot Reborn present a relentless epic of survival in a cold blooded land ruled by instinct alone in the must read debut of Valiant s next major hero Collecting Savage 1 4

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    About B. Clay Moore Clayton Henry Lewis LaRosa


    1. B Clay Moore has written comic books for virtually every major publisher, including Image Comics, Marvel Comics, DC Comics, WildStorm, Oni Press and Top Cow Productions He is the co creator of a handful of critically acclaimed creator owned books HAWAIIAN DICK was named by WIZARD MAGAZINE one of the top 100 graphic novels published during their lifetime, and BATTLE HYMN was listed in the book 500 ESSENTIAL GRAPHIC NOVELS THE LEADING MAN is currently under option with Universal Pictures and the upcoming BILLY SMOKE is in development with Warner Bros for a film adaptation to star Matthew Fox, and directed by Jeffrey Nachmanoff Forthcoming books include THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF THE WHISTLING SKULL with Tony Harris from DC Comics , GREAT BIG HAWAIIAN DICK 1 from Image Comics , and DEADLINE with Kevin Mellon from Kickstart Comics.In 2009 Moore was nominated for the Crimespree Award for best writer, and HAWAIIAN DICK was nominated for the Spinetingler Award for best comic book.


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    1. A world-famous footballer, his supermodel wife and their infant son crash-land near a tropical island – this is Savage aka Valiant Does Lost! Our plucky young hero must navigate the strange island’s dangers, like dinosaurs and bloodthirsty bikers, to survive and figure out how to get back home. I had zero expectations for this one, knew nothing about it, and it turned out to be fantastic! I love that Valiant are going from being the alternative to Marvel/DC for superheroes to also slowly mor [...]

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    2. Savage by B. Clay Moore is a terrifically written and drawn comic book that brings the tale of Tarzan of the Apes into modern day and drops him on what is basically Skull Island of King Kong fame. It has been fifteen years since the world famous soccer star and his pregnant supermodel wife have gone missing. Lost during a jet plane flight and gone without a trace. But in reality what happened is that they crashed on a mysterious island no one has ever seen. An island lost to time, where prehisto [...]

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    3. 'Savage' by B. Clay Moore with art by Clayton Henry tells a story that lives up to its title.The story in Savage switches between the past and present. In the present, a 15 year old boy survives on an island filled with dinosaurs. In the past, we learn how his family came to be on the island and the fate of his parents. The boy is determined to get back to civilization, but he has a few things to take care of before he leaves the island.This story is visceral and violent. Some of the story is to [...]

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    4. Valiant's newest hero apparently grew up on the island from Lost. The world's biggest soccer star crash lands with his wife and baby on a mysterious island. There they live until the baby has grown into a teenager in a hut on the beach that for some reason is never attacked by the dinosaurs on the island. Apparently the Dreadnauts from G.I. Joe are also running around the island.I loved the artwork. Having Lewis Larosa do the flashbacks with Clayton Henry doing the current pages worked well. But [...]

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    5. Valiant does it yet again! Well crafted story and a beautifully rendered tale of fantasy!

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    6. ***** I got a digital copy of this through Netgalley in return for an honest review. *****I recently read my first Valiant title in years and was interested in reading something else by the company. I had never heard of the writer or either one of the artists on the book, but the blurb that will end up being on the back of this book sounded interesting. A famous European soccer player & his family are flying to America for a fresh start when their plane crashes on a remote island that is fil [...]

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    7. Savage takes readers of Valiant comics back to the Far, Far Away in a new story that brings back fond memories for long time readers of a certain dinosaur hunter called Turok. That said, dinosaur hunting aside, Savage is its own book and is no way related to Turok - in fact, Savage provides the third largest shared comic book superhero universe with a whole new corner to tell stories - linked and alongside the broader continuity. Savage Volume 1 is more than an origin story. It's a new direction [...]

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    8. Savage tells two stories. In the "Now" sections, we follow a wild young man as he battles dinosaurs and hunters across an island jungle. In the "Then" sections, we're introduced to a famous soccer player, his beautiful wife, and their infant son, all trying to survive on an island after their private plane crashes just off the coast. As can be expected, these two storylines eventually intersect. At times, the writing in this graphic novel is fairly sparse, but that doesn't matter because the art [...]

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    9. I received a free copy of this graphic novel from NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewI had absolutely no expectations going into this, but it turned out to be pretty enjoyable. At first it seems like a pretty straight-forward 'family gets stuck on a deserted island' thing [plus dinosaurs], but there were a few twists along the way and I'm definitely interested to see what happens next. I liked how the story switched back and forth between the current time and when the family first got str [...]

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    10. Los 4 números se leen super rápido, sólo deteniéndote un poco para admirar las (pocas) páginas de Lewis Larosa. Clayton Henry lo hace muy bien, es expresivo y dinámico, pero claramente a Henry le metieron prisa con un porrón de páginas mientras que a Larosa le dieron pocas páginas y mucho tiempo para hacerlas. La historia de todas formas justifica el cambio de un artista a otro, aunque es más bien sosa, un poco mezcla de muchos lugares comunes de aquí y allá (Tarzán, Lost, la tierra [...]

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    11. An action-packed bite-sized adventure on a mysterious island with some obvious shortcomings and advantages;dr at Overall, as alwaysSavage is a four-issue mini-series about a family getting into a plane crash and trying to survive on an island filled with dinosaurs and other dangerous things.The main draw for me was the art, which changes depending on whether the story is in flashback or in the "current time", with both styles looking very nice and matching the mood of the story, though Lewis Lar [...]

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    12. This is a fantastic start!It looks as if this is going to be another great series from the Valiant universe. The story telling is spot on and together with the art work draws the reader into the drama and holds their attention to the end.A footballer and his wife are marooned on an island when their plane crashes, but this is no ordinary island because it is an island that the rest of time forgot. With dinosaurs and a violent group of men living on this island, how will the family survive and wi [...]

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    13. Cool setting. Most of the art was very good. The team made clever use of two different artists. The parent characters were generic and boring. Same with the baddies. The story, and a few of the panels, felt rushed at the end.

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    14. Great story and some excellent art and looking forward to seeing where the series goes next. Though the collection of four issues can be finished in as little as 20 minutes.

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    15. I just can't praise Valiant enough. The art is always stellar and they give their stories room to breathe. Terrific volume and I can't wait to see what happens next.

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    16. Much more brutal than expected. Very curious to see where we go from here.

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    17. New type of Tarzan concept from Valiant that stands out as different in that universe.Honestly, do they lose their humanity?

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    18. Free copy provided by Netgalley in return for an honest reviewRating: 4 / 5Publication Date: 25th April 2017Review Date: 04th April 2017This was absolutely brilliant.In this comic, we’re introduced to a family that is stranded on an island lost to time after their plane crashes. We follow them as they fight to survive where they now have to live.This is a brilliant concept, and honestly, it very much reminded me of the original Jurassic Park movies. I love the stereotypical fight for survival [...]

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    19. "Savage" is an excellent modern interpretation of the lost world/jungle king pulp fiction tropes, told in a fairly bold visual style with talented artists who make it as enjoyable as it is believable.As a writer, Moore is economical and effective, maintaining just the right pace for a book of this type, with a talent for keeping the story tense and suspenseful. His characters are strong but fallible, engaging sympathy for the protagonists and the right amount of dislike for the villains. Backing [...]

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    20. A really good book, but one that could have been great if the trade hadn't been a quarter commentary and a quarter blank pages – I've never known a book supposedly built of four monthy editions to have so little material in it. I wouldn't have thought a modern-day Turok vs Lost mash-up would work quite so well, but it does, and the results are both highly unlikely and yet really good fun. I'd willingly be back for more.

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