Back To Brooklyn

Back To Brooklyn The controversial over the top crime thriller Back to Brooklyn is finally collected Big Bob Saetta made the biggest mistake of his life by pissing off his brother one of the biggest and most bruta

  • Title: Back To Brooklyn
  • Author: Garth Ennis Jimmy Palmiotti Mihailo Vukelic
  • ISBN: 9781607060604
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Paperback
  • The controversial, over the top crime thriller, Back to Brooklyn, is finally collected Big Bob Saetta made the biggest mistake of his life by pissing off his brother, one of the biggest and most brutal crime bosses in New York City This is the story of two brothers at war, wrapped in a special package of extreme language and hardcore violence Join award winning writerThe controversial, over the top crime thriller, Back to Brooklyn, is finally collected Big Bob Saetta made the biggest mistake of his life by pissing off his brother, one of the biggest and most brutal crime bosses in New York City This is the story of two brothers at war, wrapped in a special package of extreme language and hardcore violence Join award winning writer Garth Ennis Preacher, The Punisher , Jimmy Palmiotti Jonah Hex, Painkiller Jane , and artist Mihailo Vukelic on an adrenaline ride that rips the roof off Brooklyn s criminal underworld

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      Published :2018-09-03T11:17:22+00:00

    1 thought on “Back To Brooklyn”

    1. Not the best got bored of it after the third book,Violence, not really that much could of been morenudity, none at all well one sex scene but boo hoo, nothing to get excited overlanguage, mostly what the book was made of swearing.

    2. Stupid and dumb.What happens when ridiculously excessive violence meets a paper thin story meant to be spread over a mere 5 issues?

    3. Damn! It starts off dark, but gets gnarly as all hell, especially in the last issue. Prime good Ennis. Not to mention just how stunning Jimmy Palmiotti's artwork is, it's perfect.

    4. This book collects the five issue series from Image Comics. The story was by Jimmy Palmiotti and Garth Ennis and was written by Garth Ennis with art by Mihailo Vukelic. Hopefully Ennis requires no introduction from me as he is one of my favourite writers and I have written about him and some of his books on this blog. Jimmy Palmiotti is a writer and inker who often collaborates with Justin Gray and had a five year run on Jonah Hex. This series marked the comic book debut of Mihailo Vukelic.Bob S [...]

    5. I thought I was going to end up giving this two stars, but things picked up for me near the end of the second book to the ending. I liked that Bob waged a personal war against his family to bring down his brother and save his family, but the beginning was far too quick for me. It kept me interested, but this wasn't something I felt like I NEEDED to continue until the about the middle of part of the second part. This turns out as you expect. You know from the beginning that there aren't going to [...]

    6. a simple yet effective revenge story. The longer it goes on the more predictable and generic it gets. The supposedly shocking twist is silly and off-putting. The protagonist is a murdering criminal but since the people he's gunning for are so over the top-evil this is basically just another Punisher story. I woulda enjoyed reading a mob story by Ennis which didn't just revolve around a man killing a bunch of mobsters. He definitely has the dialogue and characters down.

    7. Monsters face off against monsters. If you like how 'dark and edgy' things get as a 1-man wrecking crew takes down the rest of 2 gangs, you might like this. Otherwise, despite decent art, it's sort of mediocre. The main character's person is never in threat even when facing off against the foil ringer or the big boss. The woman acts as another useless foil. It would have been minorly better if the main character died in the end or there was any doubt in how it would end.

    8. Lovely - and very strange - art that grows on you; pacy, bleak and nasty story about familial tensions between a couple of fairly repulsive criminals. No real surprises story-wise but tense and bloody enough to remain interesting throughout. Good stuff.

    9. I'm not sure this is Garth Ennis at his best, but even minor Ennis is better than most of the stuff out there.

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