The Horde

The Horde Igor Baranko
  • Title: The Horde
  • Author: Igor Baranko
  • ISBN: 9781401203603
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Horde Igor Baranko The Horde In the year Ghengis Khan and his Golden Horde dominated an immense territory from the Pacific Ocean to the Caspian Sea with only men In the year the newest Russian dictator has a u
    In the year 1206, Ghengis Khan and his Golden Horde dominated an immense territory from the Pacific Ocean to the Caspian Sea with only 150,000 men In the year 2040, the newest Russian dictator has a unique vision to invoke the spirit of Ghengis Khan and his Golden Horde to create an empire reaching from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic To do this, his secret service muIn the year 1206, Ghengis Khan and his Golden Horde dominated an immense territory from the Pacific Ocean to the Caspian Sea with only 150,000 men In the year 2040, the newest Russian dictator has a unique vision to invoke the spirit of Ghengis Khan and his Golden Horde to create an empire reaching from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic To do this, his secret service must find the corpse of the latest reincarnation of Ghengis Khan Their path will cross with the last Chechen, the survivor of a nuclear holocaust on a mystical quest He has nothing to lose and fears nothing, especially not the Russian army and secret service SUGGESTED FOR MATURE READERS.
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    1. The universe contained in this volume is one of the better contemporary sci fi dystopia horror hybrids that I ve seen in contemporary comics only second to Hellboy There are so many fascinating and bizarre elements that converge to make this an unforgettable story although it might cross over into the obtuse one too many times Igor Baranko creates a world, not dissimilar from our own, where all conspiracies and mystical theories are completely true and actually mesh together without collapsing i [...]

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    3. The Horde a graphic novel by Ukrainian artist writer Igor Baranko, centered around the notion of destiny The book looked to me like a poor mix between Neil Gaiman s American Gods and Norman Spinrad s Other Americas and, overall, I did not enjoy it The narrative is convoluted and rather undecided There is a loose plot that involves a dystopian Russia, an atomized Chechnya, an important Ukraine really , a defunct US of America, a reincarnated Mongolia, and aliens There are many gods, many myths, a [...]

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    4. The Horde takes place in a dystopic future in Russia filled with magic, gods, and aliens If that doesn t sound awesome to you, then stop reading Here is the plot in a nutshell A crazed science fiction writer is now the dictator of Russia, convinced he is the reincarnation of Gengis Khan, he set a scheme in motion to revive the Golden Horde A young woman meditates naked in an abandoned housing development In the ruins of Chechnya a man is chosen for a mission by Allah.Baranko ties the storeis tog [...]

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    5. The comics about the Communists, Chechens, Ukrainians, Buddhism and Genghis Khan Took it because of the interest to Ukrainian author who went to the United States, where DC published his work By itself, Barranco Igor is both the author and the illustrator But politics is clearly not my topic The story was boring, and the European style of drawing quite catchy.

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    6. Some unique Russian texture in this book I am honestly surprised it was published in English, for the story here tastes of Russia and of Buddhism Not so popular for an average english speaking reader, eh Impressive story, mesmerizing art.And yeah, Lenin.

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    7. Not bad at all Though could be better, but that s not necessary

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    8. A really good Ukrainian graphic novel I read years ago.

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