Great, smart, fun stuff which has aged quite well.
Get this book, OWN IT, because this is the kind of work that you will read once and again and again and again, and then again and again.
Well now the book is finally released and for those who have heard of it and wanted to read it for so long, the wait is over.
A must read. Mankind discovering that their true potential leads to the place where ideas come from. Whats your magic namePublished 26 days ago by brktntattoo
A great twist on the superhero tale. Almost a reconstruction closer in spirit to classic comic tales than modern deconstruction of the superhero genre. Read morePublished 11 months ago by A. Gutierrez
First off it should be said that this book is not for everyone. It's an incredibly deep book and demands several readings. Read morePublished 12 months ago by DJCruz
Great read. Interesting and thought provoking. I'm told Morrison is a chaos magician. This comic is chock full of symbols.Published 13 months ago by Jay P. Baer
Grant Morrison has an obnoxious tendency to often make his stories confusing and complex in a manner that does not improve the presentation. Read morePublished 15 months ago by DG
This book is a must read in the vein of Watchmen or DKR. This is book is a classic by Morrison and Quitely and I've put several friends of mine onto it soon as I finished reading... Read morePublished 16 months ago by BatteriesInTheFreezer
Grant Morrison. Frank Quitely. Together one of the most dynamic comic creators alive. Don't believe it? Read morePublished 18 months ago by EE
Odds are, if you got to this page, you are either familiar with the work of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely, or you are a very confused bodybuilder. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Alan Smithee
"Flex Mentallo" is Morrison at his finest. In part a parody of the classic Charles Atlas comic book advertisement from the 1940s, Flex Mentallo is a wild ride of epic... Read morePublished 19 months ago by kyle galloway