Concrete: Strange Armor - Paul Chadwick Reviews
Description:ISBN 1569713359 / Genre: Graphic Novels / Comics / Author: Paul Chadwick / Paperback / Reading Level: Young Adult / 144 Pages / Book is published 1998-11-04 by Dark Horse
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by comicman - written on 01/06/01, updated on 01/06/01 (Very useful, 42 readings)
The winner of countless comic book awards, Paul Chadwick’s Concrete is one of the great pleasures of it’s medium. Meet Ron Lithgow, a political speechwriter who found himself trapped in an alien body composed of living stone, yet covered up by the government to be a cyborg only known as Concrete. Living of the media’s interests and the merchandise which surrounds Concrete’s real interests are being able to accomplish the many dreams he could only write about at one time, something that were the mere limitations of flesh and blood, Concrete sets off with his scientific researcher Maureen and best friend, wannabe novelist Larry Munro. We watch as he ...
Concrete: Killer Smile - Paul ChadwickA Life Cast in Stone (618 words)
by mcrouch - written on 06/07/01, updated on 06/07/01 (Very useful, 43 readings)
body, his path lends a deeper poignancy to the answers that he finds. These are beautiful stories of relatively mundane life told eloquently and succinctly by creator Paul Chadwick. Should you feel you want to find out more (and I very much hope you do) then I would recommend ‘Concrete Complete Stories 1986-1989’ or ‘Concrete Complete Stories 1990-1995’. These are collections of the earlier short black and white tales and serve as a gentle introduction to the series. If you prefer colour or want longer stories then look no further than the volumes ‘Fragile Creature’, ‘Killer Smile’ and ‘Think Like A ...