Mahvoldum ama bitti. Bilen bilir, Enki Bilal çizgi dünyasının acayip sanatçılarından biridir. Filmleri de ayrıca görülmeye değer benzersiz yapımlardır. Ama bu Mahlukk’ta ben mahvoldum. Tek renk (gri) odaklı çizimleri, atmosfer yaratma becerisi yine olağanüstü ancak ben sanki Kapital okuyormuşçasına zorlandım. Hikayeyi algılamam ve çizgilerle bunalmadan takip etmem çok zor oldu. Birkaç kere başlayıp bırakmıştım, bitirmek sonunda nasip oldu.
Çizgiler her zaman olduğu gibi yine efsane. Söz söylenmez
It’s a reread, it was a gift from my other half two years ago when it came out in 2009, and, knowing my love for bilal’s drawings, he just bought me “Julia & Roem” so I’m rereading this one first and then will move on to “Julia & Roem”.
I love Bilal’s drawings, I love how you can distinguish the pencil strokes… I feel in love with his work with the first instalment of the “Nokopol trilogy” which was in color (even though it shows a particular relation to color, but that’s another story)
Here Bilal fuses the tone of his drawings with the atmosphere of his narrative perfectly.
The opening of the trilogy is astonishing. The french author’s themes come to us with a fresh new style. Enki Bilal usually seems to draw from cinema a lot of his inspiration, and has created for the 7th art too, with 4 titles already in his filmography.
But here it seems like theatre was the inspiration.
All the setting, what would be the movie set, was removed, and characters seem to move in a simplified pl