Pacific Rim: Tales From The Drift

JAEGERS POWERING UP KAIJUS RISING THE EPIC ADVENTURE CONTINUES Following the best selling graphic novel Tales from Year Zero, Legendary takes you back to the frontlines of a larger than life battleground with Pacific Rim Tales from the Drift, the official new comic series presented by Guillermo del Toro and Pacific Rim screenwriter Travis Beacham Jaeger warriorJAEGERS POWERING UP KAIJUS RISING THE EPIC ADVENTURE CONTINUES Following the best selling graphic novel Tales from Year Zero, Legendary takes you back to the frontlines of a larger than life battleground with Pacific Rim Tales from the Drift, the official new comic series presented by Guillermo del Toro and Pacific Rim screenwriter Travis Beacham Jaeger warriors do battle with all new Kaiju creatures in this thrilling continuation of the Pacific Rim Universe The series comes from writer Joshua Fialkov The Bunker, Doctor Who and features artwork by Marcos Marz Batman Confidential, Blackest Night JSA.
Pacific Rim Tales From The Drift JAEGERS POWERING UP KAIJUS RISING THE EPIC ADVENTURE CONTINUES Following the best selling graphic novel Tales from Year Zero Legendary takes you back to the frontlines of a larger than life battlegro

  • Title: Pacific Rim: Tales From The Drift
  • Author: Travis Beacham Marcos Marz Joshua Hale Fialkov Marcelo Maiolo
  • ISBN: 9781681160085
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Pacific Rim: Tales From The Drift”

    1. Well I'm definitely glad I waited until I had all the issues before reading this. I believe it's better in movie form than in print. The art was a little messy but I guess that is to be expected for this type of story. The ending was abrupt and, in my opinion, on the cheesy side.

    2. This is the second series in the Pacific Rim comics. While better than previous, the art and overall plot are lacking. There's so much potential in this universe, and so far each comic series hasn't expanded much or focused on a truly interesting new set of Jaeger pilots. This one focuses on another married couple that are drift compatible in a seemingly futile battle with a new Kaiju. The art feels a little incoherent. I'll stick with it strictly due to my loyalty to the film that inspired it.

    3. I guess? The art was cluttered, the colors muddy, and the fight sequences incoherent. The writing, however, was solid.

    4. Decent penciling and inking, vibrant colors and shading. Good paneling and writing makes the book fly by. It was fun seeing a background Jaeger and pilot team in the spotlight.

    5. Fun graphic novel prequel to the film Pacific Rim.Some awkward layouts made it a bit harder to follow, but the story was engaging and the finished art quite lovely.

    6. This was a good book. A nice trip into the way the drift works. The art is better in this book than the other PR graphic novel and the story has a little more substance.

    7. I loved the film which told us about a few Drifters, but this was nice as it showed a few more and how the teams worked.

    8. Larger than life, with a feel in some ways even larger than the movie, this one brings it on multiple levels. Enter the drift!

    9. There were a few pages or panels where the art could have been a bit more clear, but the story was fine. I would have liked to have seen it continue to other pilots.

    10. OK this was gorgeous! The art was absolutely stunning, and I loved the way the current timeline and the Drift images between Duc and Kaori had such completely different coloring styles. It really made the difference between mental and physical images pop for me. And gah can I just say how much I loved Duc and Kaori as characters, pilots, and a couple? They had me tearing up so so much by the end of the story, and the way it ends is really one of only two complaints I had with this comic if only [...]

    11. Quite hard to follow visually, with the waves and the unfamiliar kaiju and jaegar anatomy. This was a slight problem in the movie too, and setting the fights at night only made it worse. I plead that in the next film del Toro gives us fight scenes during the day in a field or something so I can actually decipher who is hitting who. I like the idea of the story line, although it's not fully fleshed out. The ending is beautiful though. Also, the whole "I hated you before I loved you" trope is suuu [...]

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