A decade ago 300,000 citizens of Philadelphia were suddenly lost in Oblivion. The government made every attempt to recover them but after many years they gave up. Nathan Cole wont. He makes daily trips, risking his life to try and rescue those lost, alone and afraid, living in the apocalyptic hellscape of Oblivion. But maybe Nathan is looking for something else? Why cant he resist the siren call of the Oblivion Song?...
|Title||:||Oblivion Song, Vol. 1|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Oblivion Song, Vol. 1 Reviews
This was an interesting start to a new series - I haven't read TWD by Robert Kirkman, so I can't compare this series to it.
However I thought the story was intriguing and I'm excited to see where it goes next! The basic premise is that many people have gone missing in the Oblivion - which is essentially another dimension full of monsters. The main protagonist of the story wishes to save as many as he can from this world, and bring them back - however the government no longer wishes to support or ...more
The art was dope! The story was awesome. I love the semi post—apocalyptic vibe. I read books 1—6 in one go and plan on starting on Vol. 7 & Vol. 8 really soon.
Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.
Robert Kirkman's books have been somewhat hit-or-miss for me, so I was a little skeptical about how this one would turn out. A section of a city in Pennsylvania gets overrun by monsters and a large portion of the population from that area disappears. We join the story ten years on, when everyone has given up on the missing people except for one man: the protagonist Nathan. And this really becomes his story more th ...more
This first arc of Oblivion Song is setting up a pretty cool story. In typical Kirkman fashion, the characters and how they are developing takes center stage while the world they are in is there to tweak everything and add that little extra special something.
Not much else to say. Its a slow burn...but I find all of Kirkman's work to be like that and I don't mind. It's fun to let things simmer and stew until they explode with confidence.
I'm a sucker for anything post-apocalyptic feeling and this d ...more
Interesting new series by Robert Kirkman, but I’m not madly in love with the artwork. It’s quite different from Outcast or The Walking Dead, which is my favorite of Kirkman’s stuff. The inter-dimensional travel angle is nifty. I’m curious to see what comes next.
Premisa je zajimava, ale rozjezd je dost vlaznej, takze do nejakyho finale prvniho story arcu sem se doslova pronudil.
Nicmene od nejakyho patyho sesitu to zacina nabirat grady. Puvodne sem to chtel zahodit uplne, ale druhymu booku dam nakonec jeste sanci.
Kresba mi moc nesedla, ale da se na to zvyknout. Proste klasicka Evropa :D.
Apocalyptic sci-fi adventure story about Americans disappearing into a (parallel?) dimension infected by strange creatures.
Story: starts simple and ALMOST generic but reveals interesting details later on. I'm guessing this is a much bigger story than it
Art style: Italian artist Di Felici's Franco-Belgian/European serious cartoon style creates a good reading flow. The monsters and scenarios are a beautiful mix between colorful and atmospheric. The perspectives are cinematic; characters look uni ...more
One arc into Robert Kirkman’s new series “Oblivion Song,” and I think I can already say pretty definitively that I’m hooked. Like in “The Walking Dead” and “Outcast,” Kirkman nails the perfect tone, simultaneously leaning full-on into the high concept of his premise while also being sure to pepper it with characters that we actually give a hoot about. It doesn’t hurt that Lorenzo De Felici’s art is GORGEOUS, cartoony while somehow also being genuinely adult. Time will only tell if “Oblivion Song ...more