Read Reborn: Book One Online Free - The Millar-Capullo smash-hit sell out REBORN is here. Where do you go when you die? Not heaven or hell; somewhere else. Somewhere you have to fight to survive. Somewhere the people from the past are waiting for you--the good and the bad.
Superstar creators MARK MILLAR and GREG CAPULLO join forces to create the sci-fi story of the year, collecting issues 1-6.
|Title||:||Reborn: Book One|
|Number of Pages||:||176 pages|
August 10, 2017
Is there life after death? Bonnie Black discovers that the answer is yes – and it’s an afterlife littered with demons, dragons, barbarians, sorcerers, orcs, samurais, aliens, faeries, flying elephants, mythical creatures; in other words, a smorgasbord of genre clichés! But the lazy writing doesn’...
August 03, 2017
Kind of disappointing. Incredible artwork, okay story. The dialog is often clunky, characterization and world-building aren't enough. Most importantly, I didn't connect with the characters and the story just wanders.
Right off the bat Millar seems to criticize faith, claiming it takes naivety to...
August 08, 2017
With this book, Millar contends that when you die instead of going to Heaven or Hell, you go to a fantasy world with one realm full of good people and the other bad people. He only lightly touches on the existential aspects of this and never really goes into much detail about the aspect of faith...
September 05, 2017
Meh. Mark Millar and crew's take on the after life ... which apparently is a high fantasy adventure ... with full on prophecy and faerie kingdoms, and angry pet cats who didn't want lose their cat balls in previous lives. If there's a deeper message here (there isn't) about life and death, I am n...
September 09, 2017
(B) 73% | More than Satisfactory
Notes: An underdeveloped, incoherent mishmash, with characters seemingly plucked at random from a flea market toy bin.
August 31, 2017
The art was good and the book was put together very well. Not Millar's best work as parts of it felt clunky.
I wish Starlight had gotten a nice HC like this.
August 20, 2017
I don't often write negative reviews but, at times, have found others helpful in aiding my decision on whether to pick up a book or go to the movies (ie. The Dark Tower). Since I was making a trip into downtown the other day and this book came in for me to catalog, I thought I'd bring it on the t...
June 17, 2017
The main problem with this series is that it fails to justify its own existence. It is about the afterlife, but has nothing interesting to say, if it has anything to say at all, about death or life after death. The death of the main character in the first chapter is just an excuse for a fantasy w...
August 05, 2017
Another great title from Millar, this time with the addition of some pretty awesome art from Capullo.
The philosophy of life after death is handled with subtlety and respect as Bonnie says goodbye to one life and 'hello sprightly young body' to the next one. Millar keeps what could be a heavy sub...
July 18, 2017
*Received a galley from Image*
This had so much going for it initially - interesting premise, engaging artwork. However, I did something with this that I do with very few graphic novels - I gave up reading it.
I can appreciate what they were trying to do with the story, but it ultimately just felt...