Wire Hangers

Wire Hangers Rocker Alan Robert of the legendary metal crossover music group Life of Agony writes and illustrates this twisted horror conspiracy series Wire Hangers uses nightmarish visuals and graphic storytell

  • Title: Wire Hangers
  • Author: Alan Robert
  • ISBN: 9781600107887
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wire Hangers

    Rocker Alan Robert of the legendary metal crossover music group, Life of Agony, writes and illustrates this twisted horror conspiracy series Wire Hangers uses nightmarish visuals and graphic storytelling to depict a wave of abductions plaguing New York City Pill popping detectives, corrupt secret agents, and a mysterious, disfigured homeless man are all inter connected iRocker Alan Robert of the legendary metal crossover music group, Life of Agony, writes and illustrates this twisted horror conspiracy series Wire Hangers uses nightmarish visuals and graphic storytelling to depict a wave of abductions plaguing New York City Pill popping detectives, corrupt secret agents, and a mysterious, disfigured homeless man are all inter connected in this horrific tale of revenge and redemption.

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      Published :2019-02-22T18:07:39+00:00

    One thought on “Wire Hangers

    1. Zachary Owen

      This is a solid graphic novel. Certainly better than its reputation. The main detractors are a reliance on really obvious action movie and comic book character tropes (i.e. tough-as-nails cop with a bad temper and bad habits, disfigured superhero with family issues etc.). Alan Robert's art definitely has a style, but isn't as developed as it would later become in Crawl To Me and Killogy.The plot, while not terribly original, is fairly intricate. Wire Hangers moves at a fast pace and it's never [...]

    2. Lucy

      The art is good, but the writing lacks structure and poetry. The illustrations can even feel hackneyed at times with the picture of a skeletal mother that seems like it came out of the original Psycho movie. Graphic novels are a partnership between literature and art and one cannot exist without the other, save in rare circumstances, such as Lynd Ward or Otto Nuckel. The entire work has a juvenile feel with only the art showing a bit of promise. Robert's ideas still seem to be in skeletal form, [...]

    3. Molly

      Started off strong, but the ending fell apart a bit for me. The art is a bit similar to Ben Templesmith, but falls just short of his technical prowess.

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