Lazarus: The Second Collection

Lazarus The Second Collection This prestige hardcover collects the next two arcs of the critically acclaimed and New York Times bestselling series In Conclave the Families have gathered together in the exclusive luxury confine

  • Title: Lazarus: The Second Collection
  • Author: Greg Rucka Michael Lark
  • ISBN: 9781632157225
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This prestige hardcover collects the next two arcs of the critically acclaimed and New York Times bestselling series In Conclave, the 16 Families have gathered together in the exclusive luxury confines of Triton One to resolve the emerging conflict between Carlyle and Hock, and they ve brought their Lazari with them While Forever s romance with the Morray Lazarus, JoacThis prestige hardcover collects the next two arcs of the critically acclaimed and New York Times bestselling series In Conclave, the 16 Families have gathered together in the exclusive luxury confines of Triton One to resolve the emerging conflict between Carlyle and Hock, and they ve brought their Lazari with them While Forever s romance with the Morray Lazarus, Joacquim, continues to blossom, she finds herself not only questioning her identity, but also her loyalty to her Family and her father, Malcolm, when orders her to kill her brother, Jonah Next, in Poison, the world is at war, and Family Carlyle is struggling to defend itself With Malcolm Carlyle hovering at death s door, the siblings struggle to maintain control But deception and war go hand in hand, culminating in a final revelation that will truly change everything for Forever Carlyle And Never before seen work by Michael Lark and graphic designer Eric Trautmann, and exclusive world building content It collects Lazarus numbered 10 21 with additional bonus content.

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    1. I have a book friend who makes me laugh with her assessment of the main character's hair. Lego hair. Snort. Ha, ha, ha!Yes, okay, in some panels the female Lazarus, aka. Eve, Forever, Commander Carlyle, Lazarus does look rather like her hair is well coiffed with a lego style.However, do not let that fool or detract from the intelligence of its artistry.The storyline is based on science. It's set in the future. I suppose it could be considered science fiction, but when I was reading it, that genr [...]

    2. This omnibus edition collects Volumes 3 (Conclave) and 4 (Poison), so issues #10-21.I continue to love the backstory of Eve, the Carlyle Lazarus, and getting to understand her childhood makes one appreciate even more the internal conflict she is struggling with. What do you do when you are not who you think you are? Tough questions for most of us, but when you are a Lazarus, the stakes are that much bigger.I enjoyed meeting the the members of the other families, especially the Lazarii (is that t [...]

    3. If you liked collection one I'm pretty sure you will like collection two. The story continues and Forever continues to be the main character and main focus. She is still looking to find answers as to who she really is and why she is the way she is. Conflict between several of the families continues to expand and we see at least one serious duel and some combat. This portion of the book is pretty well done and we have cut backs to the political fighting and that back to the combat that ties these [...]

    4. Collects books 3 and 4 plus about 40 pages of behind the scene stuff that's more than just penciled art and scripts from the books.If you aren't hooked on this series by now, why are you reading this? Another home run by Greg Rucka and Michael Lark.Went back and read this again as part of Lazarus, the Second Collection. Basically Game of Thrones in the future, it is absolutely fantastic. We get to see a lot of the other families who rule the world in this volume. I love the relationships between [...]

    5. 5 starsBuy itIntense and dramatic. This is definitely not meant for kids. I love The main character Forever. The plot line is extremely good. The violence isn't overly done. The art is good but could be a little better. I find it to be a little too inky. But despite the minor complaint I really love this series. All the military business gets a bit old but it's worth putting up with. I love the soap opera type drama and most of the characters are decent. One of the characters is gay and I always [...]

    6. *loud yelling*Trying to talk about what happens in this comic is like trying to talk about Game of Thrones. It's hard not to say stuff without giving any spoilers away. There's a lot of drama and manipulation, but there are also moments of sincerity and understanding that balance it out. Forever is starting to ask more questions that are getting her in trouble, and she's starting to make choices that aren't exactly straight up obedience to her family's commands. I'm concerned and tense because t [...]

    7. Rucka and artist Michael Lark succeed in taking their readers into a dystopian world, and making you care what happens.These oversized hardback collections of more than one trade paperback collection from Image Comics also succeed in kinder, larger printing of art and color art - which really helps in comics storytelling.Highly recommended.

    8. Conclave (10-15). This story is a clear continuation of Lazarus, Vol. 1: Family, picking up several notable plotlines from there. But it's also the story that really increases the scope of the Lazarus comic, both in its worldview and in its characters. That continuing arc is intriguing, and it's interesting seeing the Lazari and their families interact. However, the story is a little too decompressed in time and little too plentiful in characters, causing it to drag. Much of that is in service t [...]

    9. This book was as enjoyable as the first collection. I look forward to any future additions to the series.

    10. Same as for 1st collection: a really great and worthwhile read. Best graphic novel / comic I've read (along with Watchmen & Planet Hulk).

    11. I'd been waiting a long time for Lazarus: The Second Collection, and it was worth the wait. Greg Rucka's script is smart and Michael Lark's art is realistic and gritty. On the first read-through, I was really drawn into the story and, without knowing what was going to happen next, I really enjoyed the suspense. On further read-throughs I'll be able to 'take in the scenery' a bit more. This series just keeps getting better with each subsequent volume. It doesn't get reflected in my rating because [...]

    12. The first hardcover volume of Greg Rucka and Michael Lark's dystopian series Lazarus blew me away when I read it June, so I have been waiting for this follow up volume to come into the library. As it happened, I almost unwillingly decided to read while I was waiting for Ragnarok, the final volume of Brian Wood's near future series The Massive, set in the post-Crash. I write "almost unwillingly" because I feared that the effect of reading these two separate near future fictions almost in an overl [...]

    13. More of this dystopian comic book collectionThis volume deals with a Conclave called to bring all the ruling families of the world together as trouble escalates between them and all of them have to choose sides – a Trial by Combat is included with tragic results and a war begins (lots of fighting scenes). Meanwhile Forever finds out more about her origins.I am familiar with the work of Greg Rucka from my Marvel Comics reading and Michael Lark’s work on Daredevil – both are very entertainin [...]

    14. Lazarus continues its thought-provoking and interesting dystopian world saga in this second collection. The various houses, such as Hock, were fleshed out in more detail and it became clear what they represent and why they are dominant. Some of the story threads became a bit clichéd but apart from that, the story and the artwork were great. Unlike some others, the cliffhangers/surprises all tied in nicely to the overall story. If you like dystopian worlds, this is one of the best graphic novels [...]

    15. Just fantastic story telling, the layers of the world and charters Greg Rucka created keep getting deeper and wider without confusing the reader. I'm so excited to see whats ahead. I'm just along for the ride

    16. Just gets betterAs good if not better than game of thrones. More people need to read this and what's really frightening is the plausibility of so much in this.

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