Read The Black Beetle: Kara Bocek Online Free - The masked American hero ventures to the Middle East incognito (as Tom Sawyer) to fight Nazis in pursuit of a mysterious object of terrible power--a weapon of unknown origin, older than the pyramids, which could fuel the Thousand Year Reich of Hitler's dreams.
This story originally appeared in Dark Horse Presents #28-32.
|Title||:||The Black Beetle: Kara Bocek|
|Number of Pages||:||56 pages|
October 03, 2017
Francesco Francavilla is the epitome of pulp comics. The Black Beetle heads to Istanbul to recover a mysterious artifact that has surfaced while dodging Nazis. The short chapters just add to the serial movie vibe of the book.
Received an advance copy from Dark horse and Edelweiss in exchange for a...
September 07, 2017
Francavilla's layout & color work are top notch. This would have flowed a little better as a single graphic novel rather than the collection of five smaller chapters because of the brief recaps at the start of some parts that interrupted the flow of the story.
October 15, 2017
Francesco Francavilla’s stylish neo-pulp The Black Beetle returns with a second collection, Kara Böcek.
In 1934, the mysterious hero journeys to Istanbul on the trail of a powerful, obscure weapon that could have a serious impact on the impending global crisis. The hero makes contact with a suspic...
January 05, 2018
The very definition of short but sweet. Over the course of maybe 40 pages, the Black Beetle arrives in Istanbul, finds a Nazi femme fatale, searches for an ancient treasure, and escapes Istanbul via a boat chase. It's like 15 perfect minutes of an Indiana Jones movies. I still have no idea who Bl...
December 25, 2017
Nice, quick pulp noir. I'm going to have to reread the first volume to see if this is true, but it feels to me like the coloring in this story was a lot more lively and vibrant than the first time around. Not to say that the first volume of Black Beetle's coloring was bad, just that it was a lot...
October 08, 2017
Oh yeah, this was definitely for me. More please
February 04, 2018
For fans of Raiders of the Lost Ark. Creative and pulpy artwork. The only problem is the book is too short.
November 02, 2017
Another great book from Francesco Francavilla !!
February 17, 2018
Fun noirish caper, with a superhero of unknown powers and bad, bad Nazis. Good art.
November 08, 2017