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Inside Mœbius 1 Read ✓ 104 â Moebius draws himself encountering his favorite characters creations like Blueberry Arzak and Major Grubert and also meets a younger version of himselfWorking closely with Moebius Production in France Dark Horse presents I nside Moebius A six part study with Inside Moebius Part 1 collecting the first two chapters in thiSe will release all parts to this exceptional intimate series in 2018 This is the third volume in the Moebius Library hardcover series and the beginning of Moebius's most intensely personal projec. Believe it or not this is probably my favorite Moebius I've ever read; obviously the art in his classic Metal Hurlant 70s era SF stuff is far amazing but the potheadedaimless plots tend to let those down a little fr me anyway; in this the digressive tone pothead strangeness etc work really well; plus this book features scenes where Moebius his most famous characters and Bin Laden all sit in the desert smoking hash and debating the value of western civilization so it's got that going in its favor lol TBH it's honestly a interestingself criticalfunny autobio comic than anything I've ever read by like Joe Matt or Chester Brown or whatever

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Moebius draws himself encountering his favorite characters creations like Blueberry Arzak and Major Grubert and also meets a younger version of himselfWorking closely with Moebius Production in Fr. In the middle of Desert B Moebius encounters his characters and versions of himselfThe Incal and World of Edena were marvelous so I decided to grab this one I kind of wish I hadn'tThis book was started as a journal by Moebius when he decided to stop smoking weed Since it was just after 911 911 also factors into things Anyway there's no story as such It's mostly Moebius interacting with his characters plus Osama Bin Ladin and Geronimo having existential conversationsIt's still Moebius though right Well it is but since most of the book takes place in a desert it lacks a certain Moebius ness Gone are the hyper detailed backgrounds and frankly some of the remaining art doesn't really measure up to Moebius' high standards set in other booksFurther I uestion the wisdom of Dark Horse including this in the Moebius library so early in its existence since their version of Arzak is long out of print and they don't have any Blueberry or stories featuring The Major in print eitherAt the end though bad Moebius is like bad sex It's still pretty good I'll probably still read the next two volumes of Inside Moebius at some point but I'll probably read some of the Moebius stuff Humanoids is doing first Three out of five stars

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Inside Mœbius 1Ance Dark Horse presents I nside Moebius A six part study with Inside Moebius Part 1 collecting the first two chapters in this fantastic exploration of a creator meeting his own creations Dark Hor. This is shaping up to be a fine story I’ve been a Moebius fan since the 80's when MarvelEpic first started publishing his work I eventually gave up on buying comics for a period in the 90's when finances were tight Although I eventually got back into buying them regularly later on Moebius was one of many creators I never got around to again Basically aside from MarvelEpic’s first five or six volumes plus three volumes of the Incal and the first two or three Blueberry books I’ve not paid close attention to his subseuent careerSo I was happy to find this book at my local library Moebius is one of the legendary comics creators and everyone should be at least familiar with his name In the Inside Moebius series he’s indulging in a bit of autobiography Moebius himself encounters characters from his books and Osama Bin Laden while ruminating on life aging the power of animation the creation of delicious salads and The project was begun in 2000 when Moebius decided to give up smoking pot He began drawing as a sort of journal to wrestle with his feelings and impressions at the time It turned into a story in which he confronted his characters and he realized he was having so much fun he decided to publish itIn some ways it's similar to some of Robert Crumb’s work the artist begins drawing with no set story or page count in mind and the comics just kind of happen Done well it serves as a window into the artist’s mind and the result is deeply personal and satisfying I’m not sure how this book reads to someone completely unfamiliar with Moebius’ work Yes it's lots of fun but it's also full of characters and other references to some of his previous work For me it's full of associations and familiar faces It's like visiting a dear old friend and picking up right where we left off For someone unfamiliar with his work Well I certainly hope they like it As I said Moebius is one of the giants of the comics field and this is some of his best work Highly recommended