Frederic Brremaud Love Volume 4: The Dinosaur

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Life in the primordial swamps of prehistoric Earth was a daily trial of survival, especially for the smaller dinosaurs just trying to get by without being trampled, attacked, or eaten. Not even the biggest beasts were safe, as there always seemed to be an even bigger threat looming on the horizon. This exciting tale, written by Frederic Brremaud, is told without narration or dialogue, conveyed entirely through the beautiful illustrations of Federico Bertolucci. A beautiful, powerful tale of survival in the animal kingdom that explores the all-too-identifiable, universal concepts of Life, Courage, Aging, and ultimately Love. The fourth volume in the lavishly illustrated series of wildlife graphic novels, each following a single central animal through an adventurous day in their natural environment. Each tale depicts genuine natural behavior through the dramatic lens of Disney-esque storytelling, like a nature documentary in illustration.
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    Love Volume 4: The Dinosaur
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    misspider

    19. December 2016 um 07:37

    A comic that works without a single word - this one certainly does! The illustrations are bursting to life - and into your face - with vibrant colors and perfect detail, conveying a kaleidoscope of emotions. Whether it be shock and fear from the full-size T-Rex stomping towards you full-force, sympathy and fun with the little shy and awkward bird-like dinosaur (which my son favored), or awe at the gigantic brachiosaurus. While the author does not shy away from picturing nature's eat-or-be-eaten brutality in bloody detail, even those images share a certain grace and harmony, just like nature itself. This fourth installment is another worthy addition to the LOVE series.(I chose to read an ARC of this book - all opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased)

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