Arzach - Moebius

Arzach - Moebius

Arzach - Moebius



Arzach is a comic book collection of four wordless short stories by artist/author Jean 'Moebius' Giraud, which were originally published in the French sci-fi/fantasy comics magazine Métal Hurlant. The stories follow Arzach, a silent warrior who rides a pterodactyl-like creature through a strange, desolate landscape.

The imagery and situations in Arzach are often compared to dreams or the subconscious. These stories had an enormous impact on the French comics industry, and the Arzach character is still among Moebius' most famous creations. It can be defined as a pantomime comic, fantasy comics or an experimental comic.

The imagery and situations in Arzach are often compared to dreams or the subconscious. These stories had an enormous impact on the French comics industry, and the Arzach character is still among Moebius' most famous creations. It can be defined as a pantomime comic, fantasy comics or an experimental comic.

Arzach is an interesting experiment with the comic book form. There is no dialogue, only images. It works, to a degree, because the stories are short and relatively simple. The lack of dialogue is doubly limiting, because you can't have the complex interactions that are facilitated by conversation, but also because some dialogue is usually necessary to give context to the …

The first of Moebius' Arzach comic series. Arzach made his debut in the first issue of Heavy Metal Magazine April - Vol. 1 No. 1. Arzach is seen flying atop his trusty pterodactyl in a strange world. Spotting a beautiful naked woman through a rounded window, Arzach is determined to win her heart, but what awaits him is utterly unexpected.

Moebius is an undisputed master of comics, but in the U.S. his work has yet to be seriously collected and made currently available. I suppose at some point (probably after his death, unfortunately) the entire Moebius library will be published properly, but until then it would be nice to see just this one volume of Arzach available again. The art, compostions, mood, …

ARZACH solves the mystery of the Charcoal Burner's powers of invisibility. #3 - "The Keep of Two Moons" Written by Lofficier; Illustrations by Moebius; Plates by Stephen R. Bissette, Frank Brunner, Dave Gibbons, Hayao Miyazaki, Michael Ploog, Bill Sienkiewicz (cover), Walt Simonson & Gahan Wilson

Arzach, a series of short graphic stories from the 1970s, requires sharp deductive abilities on the part of the reader since the stories are – with the exception of a couple of panels – entirely wordless. They depict a strange world seen through the perspective of the title character, a brooding man who might not even be human. As if to reflect multiple possible meanings, his …

This is Moebius' most fascinating science-fantasy material to date, including his innovative wordless "pantomime" work, and his now legendary hero, Arzach. Arzach also includes a tribute to horror legend H. P. Lovecraft and a surreal Moebius autobiographical comic strip. No bookshelf of fine graphic literature is complete without Arzach.

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