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Críticas: Hernandez''s understated dialogue and sparse, bold lines make every panel of his recent work sing and sting, and midway he drops the floor out from beneath his readers'' feet. The narrative strands of his characters'' histories converge, as the grand story he''s been drawing for 30 years glides to its conclusion the most heartbreaking ending possible that''s still, technically, a happy ending. --Douglas Wolk"

Jumping between time frames and narrators with masterful ease, Hernandez lets a lifetime's accumulated pain lurk troublingly beneath the surface, until it pierces through with sudden, devastating clarity. ...The Love Bunglers [is] one of the wondrous, aching triumphs of modern comics... --Sean Rogers"

Skillfully merging tragedy and serendipity, Hernandez brings [Maggie and Ray's] intertwining stories to a satisfying, if hard-won, culmination. The simplicity of Hernandez s page designs and the elegant economy of his drawing style belie the thoughtful sophistication of his storytelling, exemplified by a two-page spread that brilliantly encapsulates two entire lifetimes in just 18 panels. ...[A] heartbreakingly satisfying achievement that leaves the door wide open for further chapters in this most rewarding and accomplished of serialized comics. (Starred Review) --Gordon Flagg"

This is a new work by Love and Rockets' Jaime Hernandez. Really, that's probably all you need to know... [T]his new chapter... [is] a story told with warmth but also honesty. Time... has done nothing to [wear down] Hernandez's phenomenal storytelling skills. --Rob Bricken"

One theme of The Love Bunglers is what people don't talk about, to protect themselves or their loved ones, and the great unspoken things from the series, both secret and open, finally rise to the surface here, until -- in an extraordinary silent sequence -- we see the whole historical shape of an emotional truth that Hernandez's characters have never fully acknowledged before. --Douglas Wolk"

[Hernandez''s] writing is as funny and candid as ever. His drawing is -- always has been -- just a dream. It seamlessly combines conventional representation and cartoony exaggeration -- often in the same panel. But it''s the depth that you drown in, the sense that we are swimming in the deep waters of the heart here. --Teddy Jamieson"

[Hernandez's] writing is as funny and candid as ever. His drawing is -- always has been -- just a dream. It seamlessly combines conventional representation and cartoony exaggeration -- often in the same panel. But it's the depth that you drown in, the sense that we are swimming in the deep waters of the heart here.--Teddy Jamieson

[A]s irresistible as ever, peeling back the years to reveal a lifetime of powerful relationships, rejections, infidelities, and adventures.--Calvin Reid"

Jaime Hernandez keeps hitting home runs. It s almost like he doesn t know how to stop. You don t have to have ever read a Hernandez Bros. story before to appreciate the achievement, but for those who have, it s impossible to reach the end without shedding serious tears. It s that good, heartbreaking, and breathtaking in even measure. It s just about perfect, and you can put that on the book flap.--Tim O'Neil"

The Love Bunglers... is one of the most entertaining and honest stories about how we go about our lives, bungling up love. ... This is storytelling and character work done so well you ll wonder if they are in fact alive and possibly right next door. --David Brooke"

This book represents Jaime's best work, and is one of the best comics I've ever read.--Colleen Frakes

The most moving sequence in any book I've read this year is entirely wordless. ... As ever with Hernandez, it's funny, complex, unsettling and beautifully drawn. It's also a reminder that a graphic novel can do things that a novel told in straightforward prose simply can't.--Anna Carey

I don t really understand why the material of Love and Rockets isn t widely regarded as one of the finest pieces of fiction of the last 35 years. Because it is.--Neal Gaiman"

The culmination of an achingly long will-they/won t-they relationship between Hernandez s signature characters, Hopey and Ray, this is a perfectly drawn, decades-spanning masterpiece by comics most unblinking and clear-eyed romantic.--Sean Rogers"

...[A]s irresistible as ever, peeling back the years to reveal a lifetime of powerful relationships, rejections, infidelities, and adventures.--Calvin Reid

Jaime Hernandez keeps hitting home runs. It's almost like he doesn't know how to stop. ... You don't have to have ever read a Hernandez Bros. story before to appreciate the achievement, but for those who have, it's impossible to reach the end without shedding serious tears. It's that good, heartbreaking, and breathtaking in even measure. It's just about perfect, and you can put that on the book flap.--Tim O'Neil

Hernandez's understated dialogue and sparse, bold lines make every panel of his recent work sing and sting, and midway he drops the floor out from beneath his readers' feet. The narrative strands of his characters' histories converge, as the grand story he's been drawing for 30 years glides to its conclusion -- the most heartbreaking ending possible that's still, technically, a happy ending.--Douglas Wolk

Since 1981, with pitch-perfect dialogue and impeccable draftsmanship, Hernandez has conveyed more entertaining (and poignant) drama than just about any contemporary filmmaker or novelist. There's a word for what this guy is doing with his life's work -- can someone give him a MacArthur grant and make it official?--R.C. Baker

I don't really understand why the material of Love and Rockets isn't widely regarded as one of the finest pieces of fiction of the last 35 years. Because it is.--Neal Gaiman

The story moves masterfully between time periods, compressing and dilating key moments so that you're never sure what's around the next panel. It packs an emotional wallop even if you're not familiar with the characters.--Jeff Jackson

The culmination of an achingly long will-they/won't-they relationship between Hernandez's signature characters, Hopey and Ray, this is a perfectly drawn, decades-spanning masterpiece by comics' most unblinking and clear-eyed romantic.--Sean Rogers

All of the elements are woven together masterfully. A few chapters about the characters as kids added to the depth of the story by providing motivation for how they interacted as adults. ... Hernandez's female characters have a mix of body types that is rarely seen in comics. They're fat, thin, athletic, young, old, and everywhere in between. What's amazing is that they're drawn in a way that expresses their beauty and shows his love for them all.--Gene Ambaum

The Love Bunglers... is one of the most entertaining and honest stories about how we go about our lives, bungling up love. ... This is storytelling and character work done so well you'll wonder if they are in fact alive and possibly right next door. --David Brooke

So good. ... This book hits my comic receptors like enchiladas on my plate at a family party. The writing is nuts with how effortless it tells a story. There are no exposition dumps, there are no wasted scenes, no clunky dialogue. It's amazing. And the art is perfect. ... It's a very Hispanic story told by a master Hispanic creator which informs every reason you should read this comic.--Kris Saldana

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Verlag: Fantagraphics Mai 2014 (2014)
ISBN 10: 1606997297 ISBN 13: 9781606997291
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Buchbeschreibung Fantagraphics Mai 2014, 2014. Buch. Buchzustand: Neu. 287x224x15 mm. Neuware - Featuring Hernandez's longtime 'Love & Rockets' heroine, Maggie, the suppression of family history is the initial thread that ties 'The Love Bunglers' together. 104 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781606997291

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