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Sana Takeda

Autor(a) de Monstress, volume 1: Awakening

32+ Works 5,719 Membros 274 Críticas

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Obras por Sana Takeda

Monstress, volume 1: Awakening (2016) — Ilustrador — 2,209 exemplares
Monstress, volume 2: The Blood (2017) 1,042 exemplares
Monstress, volume 3: Haven (2018) — Artist — 696 exemplares
Monstress, volume 4: The Chosen (2019) — Artist — 464 exemplares
Monstress, volume 5: Warchild (2020) — Ilustrador — 338 exemplares
Monstress, Volume 6: The Vow (2021) — Artist — 262 exemplares
Monstress, Volume 7: Devourer (2022) — Artist — 150 exemplares
The Night Eaters: She Eats the Night (2022) — Illustrations — 150 exemplares
X-23, Vol. 2: Chaos Theory (2012) — Ilustrador — 49 exemplares
Ms. Marvel, Vol. 7: Dark Reign (2009) — Ilustrador — 39 exemplares
X-23, Vol. 3: Don't Look Back (2012) — Ilustrador — 39 exemplares
Ms. Marvel, Vol. 8: War of the Marvels (2010) — Ilustrador — 38 exemplares
Monstress #2 (2015) — Ilustrador — 37 exemplares
Ms. Marvel, Vol. 9: Best You Can Be (2010) — Ilustrador — 31 exemplares
Monstress #3 (2016) — Ilustrador — 29 exemplares
Monstress #6 (1899) — Ilustrador — 21 exemplares
Monstress #7 (2016) — Ilustrador — 18 exemplares
Drain Volume 1 (v. 1) (2008) — Ilustrador — 16 exemplares
Monstress #8 (2016) — Ilustrador — 15 exemplares
Monstress #9 (2016) — Ilustrador — 14 exemplares
Monstress #12 (2017) — Ilustrador — 13 exemplares
Monstress #10 (2017) — Ilustrador — 12 exemplares
Monstress #11 (2017) — Ilustrador — 11 exemplares
Monstress #13 (2018) — Ilustrador — 8 exemplares
Monstress #14 (2018) — Artist — 5 exemplares
Monstress #15 (2018) — Ilustrador — 5 exemplares
X-Men Fairy Tales #1 (of 4) — Ilustrador — 2 exemplares
Soulfire: Shadow Magic #2 (2009) 1 exemplar
Fathom Volume 3 1 exemplar

Associated Works

The Tangleroot Palace: Stories (2021) — Artista da capa, algumas edições178 exemplares
Monstress #1 (2015) — Ilustrador — 120 exemplares
X-23, Vol. 1: The Killing Dream (2011) — Ilustrador — 100 exemplares
Girl Comics (2010) — Artist — 66 exemplares
X-Men Fairy Tales (2006) — Ilustrador — 62 exemplares
Marvel Fairy Tales (2010) — Ilustrador — 31 exemplares
Monstress #4 (2016) — Ilustrador — 25 exemplares
Monstress #5 (2016) — Ilustrador — 22 exemplares
Captain Marvel: Carol Danvers - The Ms. Marvel Years Vol. 3 (2018) — Ilustrador — 18 exemplares
Age of Conan: Bêlit (2019) — Artista da capa, algumas edições14 exemplares
Monstress #22 (2019) — Artist — 5 exemplares

Etiquetado

Conhecimento Comum

Sexo
female
Nacionalidade
Japan

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Críticas

This book took me by surprise on so many levels.

First we have settings. Set on alternative Earth around the beginnings of Industrialization we are presented with breathing and living world where Humans (technology) are waging silent war against Arcanics (magic). Between these two you have plethora of creatures, starting from wise-cracking cats (as far as I can see separate race completely and considering they are true offspring of Gods and others are faulty races - I mean ... cats, right :)), wondrous animals used for traveling, monstrous apparitions from other dimensions, strange creatures lurking under guises of Humans and of course (again this book is very much a steam-punk story) dirigibles and sky ships.

Then we have story. Entire story happens during uneasy armistice between Humans and Arcanics. Both races found themselves at the stalemate after one especially destructive event that cost thousands of lives on both sides. Now both sides are licking their wounds and trying to find this unknown weapon to use it against their foes. And then in the middle of all of this we have our main protagonist Maika Halfwolf, Arcanic girl seeking revenge against the most powerful person in Human realm. As the story progresses we can see that Maika is more than it meets the eye - at times terrible power strikes out from within her and causes havoc to friend or foe surrounding her.

And finally we have art. Man, what a beautiful art. Each panel is just mesmerizing. Trust me you need to see it to believe it. To be honest this is what hooked me - when I saw it I knew this was truly a gem.

All in all exquisite book. Highly recommended to all comic and beautiful arts fans.

Merged review:

This book took me by surprise on so many levels.

First we have settings. Set on alternative Earth around the beginnings of Industrialization we are presented with breathing and living world where Humans (technology) are waging silent war against Arcanics (magic). Between these two you have plethora of creatures, starting from wise-cracking cats (as far as I can see separate race completely and considering they are true offspring of Gods and others are faulty races - I mean ... cats, right :)), wondrous animals used for traveling, monstrous apparitions from other dimensions, strange creatures lurking under guises of Humans and of course (again this book is very much a steam-punk story) dirigibles and sky ships.

Then we have story. Entire story happens during uneasy armistice between Humans and Arcanics. Both races found themselves at the stalemate after one especially destructive event that cost thousands of lives on both sides. Now both sides are licking their wounds and trying to find this unknown weapon to use it against their foes. And then in the middle of all of this we have our main protagonist Maika Halfwolf, Arcanic girl seeking revenge against the most powerful person in Human realm. As the story progresses we can see that Maika is more than it meets the eye - at times terrible power strikes out from within her and causes havoc to friend or foe surrounding her.

And finally we have art. Man, what a beautiful art. Each panel is just mesmerizing. Trust me you need to see it to believe it. To be honest this is what hooked me - when I saw it I knew this was truly a gem.

All in all exquisite book. Highly recommended to all comic and beautiful arts fans.
… (mais)
 
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Zare | 136 outras críticas | Jan 23, 2024 |
This book took me by surprise on so many levels.

First we have settings. Set on alternative Earth around the beginnings of Industrialization we are presented with breathing and living world where Humans (technology) are waging silent war against Arcanics (magic). Between these two you have plethora of creatures, starting from wise-cracking cats (as far as I can see separate race completely and considering they are true offspring of Gods and others are faulty races - I mean ... cats, right :)), wondrous animals used for traveling, monstrous apparitions from other dimensions, strange creatures lurking under guises of Humans and of course (again this book is very much a steam-punk story) dirigibles and sky ships.

Then we have story. Entire story happens during uneasy armistice between Humans and Arcanics. Both races found themselves at the stalemate after one especially destructive event that cost thousands of lives on both sides. Now both sides are licking their wounds and trying to find this unknown weapon to use it against their foes. And then in the middle of all of this we have our main protagonist Maika Halfwolf, Arcanic girl seeking revenge against the most powerful person in Human realm. As the story progresses we can see that Maika is more than it meets the eye - at times terrible power strikes out from within her and causes havoc to friend or foe surrounding her.

And finally we have art. Man, what a beautiful art. Each panel is just mesmerizing. Trust me you need to see it to believe it. To be honest this is what hooked me - when I saw it I knew this was truly a gem.

All in all exquisite book. Highly recommended to all comic and beautiful arts fans.
… (mais)
 
Assinalado
Zare | 136 outras críticas | Jan 23, 2024 |
I can't even give it any rating because from the outside, I can recognize it as a stunning piece of work, with truly beautiful illustrations and an interesting story. However, i choose not to read stories with too much death, violence, and blood, especially visual ones, so I did not get very far.

Merged review:

I can't even give it any rating because from the outside, I can recognize it as a stunning piece of work, with truly beautiful illustrations and an interesting story. However, i choose not to read stories with too much death, violence, and blood, especially visual ones, so I did not get very far.… (mais)
 
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mslibrarynerd | 136 outras críticas | Jan 13, 2024 |
I can't even give it any rating because from the outside, I can recognize it as a stunning piece of work, with truly beautiful illustrations and an interesting story. However, i choose not to read stories with too much death, violence, and blood, especially visual ones, so I did not get very far.
 
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mslibrarynerd | 136 outras críticas | Jan 13, 2024 |

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Estatísticas

Obras
32
Also by
11
Membros
5,719
Popularidade
#4,321
Avaliação
4.1
Críticas
274
ISBN
86
Línguas
8

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