Guy Ritchie's Gamekeeper: Volume 1

Guy Ritchie's Gamekeeper: Volume 1

Guy Ritchie s Gamekeeper Volume Patience is the virtue of the gamekeeper Waiting for the right moment to strike anything that threatens the balance between man and nature He is nature s remedy to man s disease Brock lives a quiet ex

  • Title: Guy Ritchie's Gamekeeper: Volume 1
  • Author: Guy Ritchie Andy Diggle Mukesh Singh
  • ISBN: 9781935829324
  • Page: 276
  • Format: ebook
  • Patience is the virtue of the gamekeeper Waiting for the right moment to strike anything that threatens the balance between man and nature He is nature s remedy to man s disease Brock lives a quiet existence as Gamekeeper on a secluded Scottish estate, until paramilitary mercenaries storm the estate and kill Jonah Morgan the owner and Brock s friend Now, Brock facesPatience is the virtue of the gamekeeper Waiting for the right moment to strike anything that threatens the balance between man and nature He is nature s remedy to man s disease Brock lives a quiet existence as Gamekeeper on a secluded Scottish estate, until paramilitary mercenaries storm the estate and kill Jonah Morgan the owner and Brock s friend Now, Brock faces his dark past and the events he had sworn he d forget Obliged to avenge Jonah s death, Brock must leave his tranquil life and journey deep into an unfamiliar, urban underworld But as he gets pulled in deeper, it s difficult to tell who has power, Brock, the man, or the animal within.

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    A grim and gritty tale of revenge. It reads like a movie, it can easily translate itself into a movie. In all intents and purposes, it serves a pitch and story board since director Guy Ritchie developed the concept. Andy Diggle adapted it Mukesh Singh provided the art.It was an easy read, as one can be amazed as how the main character makes killing so easy and effortless. He is a force of nature, killing game and humans without prejudice.

    It's not that I don't like action movies in theory, it's just that so many of them are dire in practice. Gamekeeper employs so many cliches and stolen ideas that it comes off as a ripoff of most of the worst examples of the genre. It isn't even recognisable as the work of Guy Ritchie, lacking the humour and puzzle-box plots of Lock Stock or Snatch. It's just a straightforward man-who's-lost-everything-goes-looking-for-revenge story. In the introduction, Ritchie says he'd like to film it, which I [...]

    Picked this up on a whim during my first visit to the local comicbook store, more based on the vivid colors of the panels than anything.The art is well-done, helping the action to flow well. There was a little bit of confusion in transitions here and there, but nothing major. Most of it felt very natural. The storyline was quite intriguing, and I found it harder and harder to put down as I read more. It got a bit heavier in the exposition than it needed to in some parts, but nothing too bad.3.5/ [...]

    Update: reread this series and enjoyed it more the second time. Andy Diggle wove in some great stuff. Raised my rating to a 4.3.5 stars. The first volume has some fantastic artwork and layout. Makes the entire story flow effortlessly whilst creating more for the story.Sorry. The design nerd in me. I swear you do one newsletter template and all of a sudden.

    Just randomly picked this up from my local library as I like trying different genres of graphic novels. While the art work was really good and the story average it was ok and not great or gripping I could finish the book but I wouldn't be searching around for a sequel .

    This is Guy Ritchie's break into the graphic novel format and it reads like an action film. He wants to make a film of the comic and my highest praise would be that I would want to go see it. It's not an original story but there's so few original stories these days.

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