Outlaw Nation The complete saga complete in one volume Story Johnson a hundred year old semi deranged amnesiac pulp fiction writer returns home from years MIA in Vietnam All Story wants is to recover his missin

  • Title: Outlaw Nation
  • Author: Jamie Delano Goran Sudžuka Goran Parlov
  • ISBN: 9781582407074
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Paperback
  • The complete saga complete in one volume Story Johnson, a hundred year old semi deranged amnesiac pulp fiction writer returns home from 25 years MIA in Vietnam All Story wants is to recover his missing time and catch up with some legendary, larger than life Johnson Family members Trouble is, a lot of cousins have disappeared, and those that are left have put the blameThe complete saga complete in one volume Story Johnson, a hundred year old semi deranged amnesiac pulp fiction writer returns home from 25 years MIA in Vietnam All Story wants is to recover his missing time and catch up with some legendary, larger than life Johnson Family members Trouble is, a lot of cousins have disappeared, and those that are left have put the blame on him.

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    About “Jamie Delano Goran Sudžuka Goran Parlov

    1. Jamie Delano Goran Sudžuka Goran Parlov says:

      Jamie Delano aka A William James began writing comics professionally in the early 1980s Latterly he has been writing prose fiction with BOOK THIRTEEN published by his own LEPUS BOOKS imprint lepusbooks in 2012, Leepus DIZZY in April 2014, and Leepus THE RIVER in 2017.Jamie lives in semi rural Northamptonshire with his partner, Sue They have three adult children and a considerable distraction of grandchildren.



    2 thoughts on “Outlaw Nation

    1. This one was unusual. It was a good read and held my interest, flowed well, and I liked the artwork. The characters were intriguing and there was plenty of action. However, I always felt like I was one step behind and slightly lost. The story was based around this weird clan of near immortals that had been talked about in United States lore for centuries, but the whole idea just seemed outlandish. Then again, I think the author was going for outlandish, so that may have been on purpose.Overall t [...]

    2. I originally came across Outlaw Nation back in 1999 when it was first run at DC/Vertigo Comics and in color. I came for Delano's writing, which as always, is superb.Outlaw Nation was killed off by Vertigo for the simple fact that it wasn't straight-forward enough for an audience to stick with it (as detailed in the introduction in this collected edition by Delano himself). One thing that I can't stand, being a writer myself, is when the powers-that-be think so little of their audience. Read Outl [...]

    3. An epic adventure into the depths of one of America's immortal clans. It's a pitty that Vertigo decided to cut this title because in my opinion there could be tons of stories to be told in this series and the fandom would grom bigger and bigger. Still, with the series ending in issue 19, Delano managed to put an epilogue that was great and with a few loose ends (maybe to let the story unravel to eternity or to let the reader think for himself what 'could' be the end).

    4. Very strong beginning and excellent art but falls through in the end with a very unsatisfying conclusion.

    5. I'm not sure what I thought. Interesting, seeing the story of a novelist -- fundamentally, anyway -- in a graphic format.

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