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E points from which to see the genre busting series which continues to twist and to grow with each new reading From Seuart Research Literacy Organization More info at http Seuartor. Some great essays one terrible one The best ones weren't about Planetary so much as comics in general and I have to say one of the things I'd have really liked a reference guide was absent Ah well

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Keeping the World StrangePLANETARY excavated the secret history of the super hero genre and in the process helped set that genre's future KEEPING THE WORLD STRANGE offers an archaeology of the archaeologis. While one would have hoped for an intricate and vivid dissection of the comic books series Planetary in this book like the ones Seuart has produced about past works this one was still rather interestingEssays from a number of voices examine all sorts of aspects of Warren Ellis' masterpiece touching on some that even repeat readers may have never even consideredA great companion to an absolutely stellar work of seuential art and one that I'd recommend to ANY fan of Planetary

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FREE READ ê Keeping the World Strange ✓ PLANETARY excavated the secret history of the super hero genre and in the process helped set that genre's future KEEPING THE WORLD STRANGE offers an archaeology of the archaeologists examining PLANETARY and revisionism decompression future studies proactive vs reactive super heroes conceptions of the mTs examining PLANETARY and revisionism decompression future studies proactive vs reactive super heroes conceptions of the multiverse and These essays offer new and different vantag. I have only become an aficionado of Planetary recently The comics ran from the early 2000s to 2009 as a bimonthly consisting of a total of 27 issues Rather than being a superhero comic this is about finding the secret history of everything super hero One of its greatest concepts is the multiverse described as a theoretical snowflake existing in 196833 dimensional space”This book Keeping the World Strange A Planetary Guide is a gallimaufry of articles written by other aficionados about this uniue endeavor into archeology Each article looks into a specific aspect of the world created in Planetary allowing the reader access to its hidden depths and giving a new look into the future of comicsI think my favorite is written by writer and podcaster Ross Payton He looks at the elements from Planetary that do not fit into society both monster and misunderstood hero p95 Payton looks at the character and describes the archetype from which each came I had never looked at Comics this way before Many readers have studied or looked for the archetypes in general literature but I had not personally looked at comics from that point of view seeing them primarily as entertainment not as having insight into the human condition or comparing them to great works from the past While I noticed that Planetary tweaked the characters The HULK never returns to human form I did not really realize how the characters were outcaste I am a product of the 1960’s 1989 televised super hero Superman worked side by side with the Comissioner Superman worked with Lois Lane on friendly terms and the Hulk was only chased by one frightened reporter not the military The shows’ creators purposefully mainstreamed them Planetary returned them to the fringes while still trying to show us that it was their actions by which they should be judged Payton expresses this distinction in his article