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Echo: Atomic Dreams [PDF / Epub] ★ Echo: Atomic Dreams ✪ Terry Moore – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Julie is the unwilling host to remnants of an atomic alloy manufactured by the Hietzer Nuclear Research Institute, or HeNRI Pursued by an unstoppable HeNRI agent named Ivy, Julie runs and hides in the Julie is the unwilling host to remnants of an atomic alloy manufactured by the Hietzer Nuclear Research Institute, or HeNRI Pursued by an unstoppable HeNRI agent named Ivy, Julie runs and hides in the Nevada desert, aided by the unlikly allies of a gang of bikers and park ranger, Dillon But there is another a nameless madman who stalks Julie and her precious alloy, Echo: Atomic ePUB í leaving a trail of death and destruction in his path It s a race against time in the hit series by Eisner Award winning creator, Terry Moore This trade paperback collects issues.

  • Paperback
  • 104 pages
  • Echo: Atomic Dreams
  • Terry Moore
  • English
  • 08 February 2019
  • 1892597411

About the Author: Terry Moore

Following the examples of independent comic creators such as Dave Sim and Jeff Smith, he decided to publish Strangers in Paradise himself through his own Houston based Abstract Studios imprint, and has frequently mentioned a desire to do a syndicated cartoon strip in the authors notes at the back of the Strangers in Paradise collection books He has also mentioned his greatest career influence Echo: Atomic ePUB í is Peanuts Charles Schulz Some of Moore s strip work can additionally be found in his Paradise, Too publicationsHis work has won him recognition in the comics industry, including receiving the Eisner Award for Best Serialized Story in for Strangers in Paradise , which was collected in the trade paperback I Dream of YouIt was announced on June th, that Moore would be taking over for Sean McKeever as writer of Marvel Comics s Spider Man Loves Mary Jane series starting with a new issue On July th, Marvel announced that Moore would also take over for Joss Whedon as writer of Marvel s Runaways On November th, Terry Moore announced in his blog that his new self published series would be named Echo and its first issue would appear on March th, .



10 thoughts on “Echo: Atomic Dreams

  1. Matthew Matthew says:

    The Moore the merrier Oh, man, such a bad pun but perfect I am very excited to get back into another Moore graphic novel and I am excited to share my review with you with the hope of getting even Moore readers see what I did there for this excellent series I just can t say enough about how well Moore s style of art and writing lends itself to a superhero ish story Almost all of my Moore experience is with Strangers In Paradise which does have some moments of action, but is mainly about The Moore the merrier Oh, man, such a bad pun but perfect I am very excited to get back into another Moore graphic novel and I am excited to share my review with you with the hope of getting even Moore readers see what I did there for this excellent series I just can t say enough about how well Moore s style of art and writing lends itself to a superhero ish story Almost all of my Moore experience is with Strangers In Paradise which does have some moments of action, but is mainly about relationships I knew that aaction packed storyline would take some getting used to But, now that I am two volumes 10 issues in, I am very comfortable with where Moore has taken me.Ah, the art I just always enjoy Moore s art He is the master of the black and white comic format I wish there weresharable BW images from this volume if there are, I am having a heck of a time finding them In the inside front and back covers there is a beautiful picture of the main character I guess you will just have to hunt it down to see for yourself I was able to share a couple very cool colored covers, though You should read this series, need I say any Moore

  2. Aaron Aaron says:

    All right, now I m just straight up having a blast with this series Moore continues to expand the mystery and world surrounding Julie and the suit that s attached itself to her and the lunatic who s also managed to get hold of part of the suit, all without losing any of the careful attention to character he displayed in the first volume I think this is exactly what I ve been wanting to read for a long time.Beyond this, Moore also starts to filter in little bits of philosophy and physics that n All right, now I m just straight up having a blast with this series Moore continues to expand the mystery and world surrounding Julie and the suit that s attached itself to her and the lunatic who s also managed to get hold of part of the suit, all without losing any of the careful attention to character he displayed in the first volume I think this is exactly what I ve been wanting to read for a long time.Beyond this, Moore also starts to filter in little bits of philosophy and physics that never feel pretentious or over the top They re just there to speak to the situations at hand, and I really dig how deftly he handles stuff like this.I think it s truly amazing how good he is at both art and story Most comics artists can do one or another, sacrificing story for art or vice versa But Moore s pencils are some of the most detailed and careful I ve seen in years, his charactersexpressive than most you ll find elsewhere Art like this, even without color, really breathes life into this already well paced mystery, making me care evenabout these people than the writing already does.I m hooked at this point, definitely going to see this all the way through I m hoping it keeps up the consistency, but so far Moore s given me no reason to doubt that it will

  3. James James says:

    Good story with a very good concept A suit of metal that molds to a person s body and that produces its own power.

  4. David David says:

    The second book in the Echo series Not much plot development in this book Julie and Dillon are still on the run, with Ivy Raven, of the National Security Branch, on their trail Ivy is the most intriguing character, since she s a MIB but at least appears to be one of the good guys, claiming that she actually wants to help Julie, while HeNRI, the corporation that built the liquid metal supersuit she s wearing, obviously just wants the suit back and evidence of their screw up erased at all cos The second book in the Echo series Not much plot development in this book Julie and Dillon are still on the run, with Ivy Raven, of the National Security Branch, on their trail Ivy is the most intriguing character, since she s a MIB but at least appears to be one of the good guys, claiming that she actually wants to help Julie, while HeNRI, the corporation that built the liquid metal supersuit she s wearing, obviously just wants the suit back and evidence of their screw up erased at all costs.The homeless guy with the liquid metal glove catches up to the fugitives, resulting in a bloody and destructive battle in the middle of the Nevada desert Then Julie and Dillon run away some , and then the homeless guy catches up to them again.3.5 stars nothing really new added here, but the art is still eye catching and the story moves along Unfortunately, my local library only has the first two volumes, so looks like I will have to actually buy the next one if I want to see what happens next

  5. Amy Amy says:

    Terry Moore s art was as ever, amazing in this I don t think I know another comic artist who draws faces as expressive as Moore Plot wise I don t feel that this volume was quite as good as the first, but it was still an enjoyable romp The homeless guy and Ivy are nice contrasting pursuers of the main du0, and I m looking forward to seeing how their roles pan out in the following volumes.

  6. Snow Snow says:

    Dear DC and Marvel,In case you ever care enough to try to create female superheroes for women, please contact Mr Moore He can show you how it s done.

  7. Zedsdead Zedsdead says:

    Volume 2 opens with Julie hiding out in the Nevada desert She s being hunted by both a madman who also possesses some of the alloy and a relentless tracker working for the agency that got her into the mess in the first place Sparks fly, and people explode.Terrific follow up to a terrific first volume Moore is a master character writer everyone in the book just jumps off the page Ivy s intuitive leaps, the homeless guy s madness, Julie s empathy, it s all totally believable Moore continues Volume 2 opens with Julie hiding out in the Nevada desert She s being hunted by both a madman who also possesses some of the alloy and a relentless tracker working for the agency that got her into the mess in the first place Sparks fly, and people explode.Terrific follow up to a terrific first volume Moore is a master character writer everyone in the book just jumps off the page Ivy s intuitive leaps, the homeless guy s madness, Julie s empathy, it s all totally believable Moore continues to do great things with black and white And thank god he has abandoned the ridiculously cartoony surprise expressions that ruined Strangers in Paradise for me One shouldn t mix this much smarts and realism with Dagwood Bumstead art

  8. Hector Ibarraran Hector Ibarraran says:

    In this book the mystery continues and the plot thickens Although I found myself entertained enough to continue reading the rest of the series, I don t find this book to be extraordinary The main character feels too bland and empty It feels like she is there just to fulfill her role as a vessel to the story, and that saddens me a bit I d really like to see her take onof a personality, because otherwise there would be nothing to grow from as the story goes There are a few other charact In this book the mystery continues and the plot thickens Although I found myself entertained enough to continue reading the rest of the series, I don t find this book to be extraordinary The main character feels too bland and empty It feels like she is there just to fulfill her role as a vessel to the story, and that saddens me a bit I d really like to see her take onof a personality, because otherwise there would be nothing to grow from as the story goes There are a few other characters that I find fascinating, and that I feel steal the book I m still holding out hope though I m not even half way though the story, so we will see

  9. Mike Mike says:

    The dream sequences are evocative in a wisps of clouds across my consciousness kind of way, and the hints is philosophy have been good I like how Annie is communing with Julie and I love how the investigator is both quirky, observant and her own, strong woman Both vulnerable and steely unlike Julie who s closed and wishy washy.The action is stunning in how sudden it comes on and how quickly it resolves though only for a little while The quiet moments in between are great.The pencil art c The dream sequences are evocative in a wisps of clouds across my consciousness kind of way, and the hints is philosophy have been good I like how Annie is communing with Julie and I love how the investigator is both quirky, observant and her own, strong woman Both vulnerable and steely unlike Julie who s closed and wishy washy.The action is stunning in how sudden it comes on and how quickly it resolves though only for a little while The quiet moments in between are great.The pencil art continues to do the job, a lot better than no inks or colours ever deserves to do

  10. Nicolas Nicolas says:

    Perfect second part of the story, lovely artwork Just impressive, cannot wait for the next one.

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