- By Enrique Sánchez Abulí Jordi Bernet

Torpedo Volume 4

  • Title: Torpedo Volume 4
  • Author: Enrique Sánchez Abulí Jordi Bernet
  • ISBN: 9781613770894
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Torpedo Volume Book Four of Abuli and Bernet s masterpiece Torpedo continues Luca Torelli s adventures in the stinking crime infested waters known as New York City There Luca and his crony pal Rascal maneuver

    Book Four of Abuli and Bernet s masterpiece, Torpedo, continues Luca Torelli s adventures in the stinking, crime infested waters known as New York City There, Luca and his crony pal, Rascal, maneuver their way through a black comedy of murders, mayhem, and an assorted series of misadventures, all the while breathing in the most authentic version of 1930s New York ever porBook Four of Abuli and Bernet s masterpiece, Torpedo, continues Luca Torelli s adventures in the stinking, crime infested waters known as New York City There, Luca and his crony pal, Rascal, maneuver their way through a black comedy of murders, mayhem, and an assorted series of misadventures, all the while breathing in the most authentic version of 1930s New York ever portrayed on the comics page

    1 thought on “Torpedo Volume 4

    1. Waiting for the english language reprinting of this spanish comic by IDW publishing is like christmas present to me. I wait a whole year and its crazy fun to read but the flaw is this volume was 155 pages long but it felt like 50 pages. Normally i read a comic volume slowly to enjoy it max, it takes an hour. Torpedo writing, humor, pace is so fast paced that you cant help but reading the same pace they throw the written, drawn jokes in your face. The sexual humor they way men, woman are drawn, w [...]

    2. I want to give this book five stars, just because seeing anything drawn by Jordi Bernet translated into English is worth that much. This was a good read, but maybe not quite as good as the last volume, which had one much longer story in it. This volume was all short stores, and read very quickly. It's still worth reading. This is the same Torpedo as before; sly humor, abusive "hero," and a beautifully-drawn period piece. Some of the humor is pretty raw, I wouldn't be surprised if this also anger [...]

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