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Mister X what can one say about this mysterious figure According to some sources he is THE most recognizable graphic expression in the world.Though I found that claim odd as I had no idea, what so ever, who he was until I saw his book on the shelf and decided to read it That being said some might ask, Why I would jump onto an odd looking book like this I might almost answer, that it being so odd were reason enough but, let s be serious here it s all about Dean Motter, a well known album and book cover designer.Previously I had read his Prisoner prestige format books YES, that Prisoner for DC and the VERTIGO Terminal City series Both were excellent So Dean was the selling point for me.Because Mister X was first published between 1983 84 by the Toronto based Vortex Comics, I can see why the character had flown under my radar but Mister X s influence can be seen, and acknowledged, in films like Dark City, Brazil and Tim Burton s Batman.This book also had a few different artists throughout, many of whom would later emerge as important alternative caricaturist They would include Paul Rivoche, Ty Templeton, Dave McKean and Jaime Hernandez.Was I happy with the story Well I really enjoyed the world that Mr X inhabits Radiant City, a dystopian megalopolis similar to the Fritz Lang s Metropolis The story concerns a mysterious figure who purports to be its architect or is he Either way the man claiming to be the city s architect holds radical theories of psychetecture and the designs that were followed in building Radiant City may have cause it s citizenry to go mad, just as the architect did Mr X is on a mission to repair all the flaws and in order to accomplish this he MUST remain awake 24 7 by means of the drug insomnalin All while staying out of Radiant City sDick Tracy likerogues sight as he is supported his girlfriend Mercedes and architect s socialite Ex wife.But was I HAPPY with the story Okay Motter s story might not seem to be very cohesive, and after reading both volumes, and a recent new story called Condemned , there seems to be no end to the story as of yet However the art direction has made this series a cult favorite especially on the world stage , known for its distinctive blend of Art Deco, German Expressionism and film noir motifs Not to mention the new wave graphic design, popularized at the time by Art Spiegleman Maus.In short, it s pretty and fun But you won t like the ending because there isn t an ending This two volume collection also boasts a short Mister X piece by Neil Gaiman as an intro And though for my taste Terminal City is where it s at, this was a interesting book none the less. Best Books, Mister X The Definitive Collection, Vol 1 Author Dean Motter This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Mister X The Definitive Collection, Vol 1, Essay By Dean Motter Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You Immensely frustrating The artwork is breathtaking and intricate, but the story never goes anywhere nor makes much sense And while the title character looks cool and seems like he should be interesting based on the initial concept, the comic is marred by the mystery of Who is Mister X I read the trade and have no clue if there is a clear answer There certainly wasn t any climax resolution catharsis.Missed potential. I d give this collection 5 stars for content and maybe 2 or 3 for presentation There are a few pages missing or out of order, and the reproduction is pretty muddy You d be better off buying the recent Dark Horse version.I bought this comic semi regularly when it was first published, back in the eighties It s definitely a flawed book, for a lot of reasons, but it was always fun to read, and broke some new ground in terms of graphic design in comics It s always been a sentimental favorite of mine, despite all the flaws It was a lot of fun to go back and read it again. A premissa da hist ria muito interessante, o tra o incr vel, guarda uma est tica futurista com base em tra os do passado, mas faltou desenvolvimento de algumas quest es medida que novos personagens entram na trama Acaba ficando gente demais num plot twist infinito que acaba n o nos levando lugar algum No entanto, as ideias que circundam a narrativa com rela o ao sono, s drogas, constru o de uma cidade perfeita que, na verdade, est enlouquecendo as pessoas, ainda faz a hist ria valer a pena N o uma grande hist ria, mas, suas ideias originais e tra o nico, o tornam um livro que sobrevive a seu tempo. This collection is all 14 issues of Mister X, plus assorted vignettes The premise Mr X was part of a group that designed Radiant City on principles of psychogeometry but something went wrong with the design, people are afraid to go to sleep, and Mister X is back, to restore the city s shape At least, in theory, that s the premise In actuality, what we mostly get is a bunch of stories revolving around Mr X s encounters with the high and mighty of Radiant City, and a twisted knot of identities as to who Mr X might actually be The plot and story captures the feel of Mr X and Radiant City well enough, but doesn t do a lot for me beyond that It s just too busy trying to present the next surprise to be particularly coherent The real draw here, though, is the art The first arc has the Hernandez brothers working on it the last arc has Seth, in some of his earliest publish work And it s all some very attractive stuff The Hernandez brothers focus on some very attractive and expressive people, as is their strength, and Seth has some stunning layouts and designs though they do seem to get a little sparse as his run goes on I can see the ideas the writer Dean Motter seems to be aiming for, but I m not sure they really land for me Everything s a little too rote to hit the level of comedy, and a little too comedic Mr X s identity basically becomes a farcical question by the end to be taken seriously In the introduction, Warren Ellis claims that Mister X was one of his influences, and I think it s fairly easy to see roots of Transmetropolitan, among other works, in Mr X s city and features That s probably the biggest draw of the book at this point as a moment in comic history that lay the ground work for off the wall worlds. I had never heard of this, even though it s than 20 years old, and I like many of the people involved with it Huh Quite enjoyable, but a bit frustrating that it keeps adding complications and no resolutions. ambiguously fun i didn t actually read it in spanish, but i couldn t find the english edition on this here thing. I don t read many graphic novels, but I heard about this one from Junot Diaz It did not disappoint Just wish my library had volumes of the definitive collection.