De:Tales : Stories from Urban Brazil

De Tales Stories from Urban Brazil From the company that introduced American audiences to Brazilian twins F bio Moon and Gabriel B Daytripper Pixu comes De Tales a collection of the twins breakthrough short stories After three Eisner

  • Title: De:Tales : Stories from Urban Brazil
  • Author: Fábio Moon Gabriel Bá
  • ISBN: 9781593074852
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the company that introduced American audiences to Brazilian twins F bio Moon and Gabriel B Daytripper, Pixu comes De Tales, a collection of the twins breakthrough short stories After three Eisner Awards and a series of acclaimed projects with writers Joss Whedon Sugarshock , Gerard Way The Umbrella Academy , Mike Mignola B.P.R.D 1947 , and Matt Fraction CasaFrom the company that introduced American audiences to Brazilian twins F bio Moon and Gabriel B Daytripper, Pixu comes De Tales, a collection of the twins breakthrough short stories After three Eisner Awards and a series of acclaimed projects with writers Joss Whedon Sugarshock , Gerard Way The Umbrella Academy , Mike Mignola B.P.R.D 1947 , and Matt Fraction Casanova , Moon and B are now among the hottest artists in comics De Tales is the duo s most personal work to date, presenting their work separately, together, and in tandemas the twins trade off on the roles of writing and illustrating, share those roles, or fly solo Brimming with all the details of human life, their charming tales move from the urban reality of their home in S o Paulo to the magical realism of their Latin American background.Featuring a brand new cover, Moon and B s seminal and soughtafter work is finally back in this handsome hardcover packaging, proving once again that they are a talented pair to watch out for Named by Booklist as one of the 10 best Graphic Novels of the year, Foreword Magazine gave it a silver medal on the Graphic Novel category of their Book of the Year award, and it was nominated for an Eisner Award.

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    1. Fábio Moon Gabriel Bá

      F bio Moon is a Brazilian comic book artist, the twin brother of Gabriel B.

    219 thoughts on “De:Tales : Stories from Urban Brazil”

    1. I really like Moon and Ba's artwork, but this isn't the best that I've seen from there. There's good reason for that. It looks like these are some of their earlier works. I'm sure Dark Horse published it because some of their later works have become popular, but I'm fine with that. Nothing here is bad, though a few of the short stories didn't really interest me. But the good ones are quite good, strange, often affecting slices of life. It isn't exactly Daytripper, I admit, but what is? Certainly [...]

    2. 4.5/5 "Kahve İçin Çok Geç" ve "Yansımalar I - II" hikayeleri özellikle okunmalı, üzerine düşünülmeli, sevilmeli. Bu yazarlar ne yazsa okurum. ❤ EFSANE!Detaylı yorum için Kitap Sayfaları'nı ziyaret edebilirsiniz.

    3. Hmmm. Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba, twins who write stories separately and in collaboration. Apparently in this collection they often switch roles (one will write, the other draw) and some of these are written individually by one or the other. So far I have read two books by these guys and can't quite connect with their work. I tend to appreciate sequential art stories that don't have conventional narrative arcs and that are sort of dream-like and meditative. But these feel a bit undercooked even f [...]

    4. Güzeldi ama sanırım beklentim çok büyüktü. Daytripper çıtayı çok yükselttiği için tam olarak umduğumu bulamadım.

    5. These twin creators are some talented men. I find these stories at the same time engaging and breezy, natural and surprisingly well thought out. I'm particularly impressed by "Saturday", an incredibly dense story for something so short - it makes me want to get out of the house and *be*, and stay in the house and make an impact on the world through my hands, my mind or my yap.These two take a sharp look at the world they inhabit and help us see the moments of life unfold. I can't quite convey wh [...]

    6. Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon are two of the most gifted comics artists of their generation. That they're still young and the majority of their work is yet to be drawn and written is a comfort to fans of the medium. Picking up their latest book will always feel like meeting with an old friend. Their strong black lines and exaggerated figure work are comforting, and the differences in their styles are like different verses of the same song.So picking up De:Tales, a handsome newly reprinted collecti [...]

    7. Beğendim. Favorim "kahve için çok geç". Sayfa 51. Bu da kitaptan olmayan bir söylenti;İşte böylelikle 23 Zilkade 1437 Cuma günü, onu geride bırakarak yeni ve çekmeye değer acılara doğru yelken açtık (Ve: Gerçekler: Ankara Öyküleri, Murat G.)

    8. Fabio ve Gabriel ikiz kardeşler çizimleri ve hayattan ilham aldıkları hikayeleri ile duygusal ve fantastik öğelerle bizlere zevkli bir grafik roman sunmuşlar. / The twin brothers Fabio and Gabriel with their drawings and stories inspired from ordinary life convey us emotional and fantastic elements giving us an amazing graphic novel to read.

    9. Hoşuma giden yerler olsa Güngezgini'nin çok altında kalmış. Yine de eğlencelik, göz atmalık alınabilir, okunabilir. 2.5

    10. These are comic book short stories by the incredible Brazilian artist/writer twins Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon. While it doesn't measure up to their stunning graphic novel "Daytripper", this is still a brilliant book showcasing their talents of writing and drawing contemporary Brazilian society that comes to life as you read it and dances across your mind as you turn the pages.The stories are a mixture of fact and fiction. In the opening dream sequence the two are young men standing before a door [...]

    11. Not nearly as good as Daytripper. Maybe it was Daytripper's glorious colors, or the fact that it was one connected story as opposed to several small ones, but this black-and-white compilation by twins Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba didn't grab me as I'd hoped. The foreword bills it as a fascinating study of twinness (as sometimes one draws, one writes, or the tasks are shared), but realizing that the creators literally drew themselves in was a little jarring for me. Heads-up: some nudity. My favorite [...]

    12. This was interesting? The art was really gritty and there was a lot of circular stories about how people are interconnected and how time is weird. The majority of the stories are little love stories, though, and they're very obviously written by guys? They're about cool, mysterious girls who make the first move, get into taxi's with guys they don't know, approach men on the street and immediately hit on them. Every single one of them, the whole time, I was just like "wow that's so unsafe, no wom [...]

    13. Overall I was not really into this collection of graphic short stories, except for one really lovely story about a group of guys who bring their friend back from the dead for one night, just to hang out. Otherwise I found the stories dull and lacking in the Brazilian flavor so trumped by the description on the back and the foreword.

    14. Güngezgini ile çıta çok yüksek bi yere çıktığı için, kıyas yapmadan okumanızı tavsiye ederim.

    15. Let me begin by sayingI am soooo glad I bought this book! De:Tales (yes, there is significance behind this title) by Brazilian twins Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba is a delightful read about what it means to be human. The stories are subtly written, wonderfully illustrated and left me wanting more. Despite not loving all of the stories in this collection (I'm referring to Happy Birthday My Friend and Saturday), the vast majority were brilliant in their lyrical and often haunting, way. My favourite st [...]

    16. Öncelikle ikiz kardeşlerin ayrı ayrı çizdiği, iki farklı ama bir o kadar da aynı düşünen elden çıkma çizgi öykülerden oluşmask bu kitabı oldukça farklı ve dikkat çekici kılıyor. Özellikle "Kahve için çok geç" harika bir öykü ve anlatım kesinlikle. Çizimlerin de oldukça güzel olduğunu düşünüyorum. Bazı öyküler vasatın altında sanki, potansiyelleri çok daha yüksek çizerler belli ki ama bazı öykülerde bunu hissettiremediklerini düşünüyorum. Öns [...]

    17. These short stories ( in graphic novel form) tend to be about male-female relationships, including of the "could-have-been" and "now-I-will-never-know-for-sure" type. The drawings by these two Brazilian twins are fine, but thematically I didn't find the stories depicted very deep or intriguing. There is not much, to my mind, that is particularly Brazilian here. The subtitle could easily have been Stories from Urban Ukraine, or Stories from Urban Canada.

    18. Opportunity to appreciate early versions of Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba's illustration and story telling styles. It's so cool to see them working together, apart, while trading off roles as writers and illustrators. Really enjoyed seeing each of them taking on the same story,"Reflection," and making it their own.

    19. Yine çok güzel, bu ikiliden sıradan öyküler okumak, rastgele anları onların gözünden görmek Ama bir eksiklik, bir kopuk kopukluk var bu kitapta. Belki de fazla rastgele olmuşlardır.

    20. Pertama kali saya menikmati karya sepasang pemuda kembar ini adalah kontribusi mereka dalam album AutobioGraphix, yg merupakan kumpulan cerita2 pendek yg mengisahkan sepenggal kisah hidup dari para pembuatnya (antara lain, Frank Miller, Will Eisner, Sergio Aragones, Stan Sakai). Di AutobioGraphix, Fábio Moon dan Gabriel Bá menampilkan gambar hitam-putih yang cukup mendetail dan dengan tepat menggambarkan suasana stasiun dan kereta bawah tanah kota Paris.Ketika saya temukan De:TALES - Stories f [...]

    21. De Tales is a series of short stories that are un-related to each other. The book smudges reality with fantasy and provides a painting of life with vibrant colors. Many stories carry great lessons hidden in symbols and puzzles that I believe would spark discussions among its readers. Some were rather too symbolic and may require another read, others would give you that "Aha" moment in its last page, but you can't help but admire the meaning behind every story, whether it be friendship, family ti [...]

    22. There are poetic and surprising moments in De:Tales -- a glowing candle mistaken for a star, an unexpected close-up on a urinating penis -- but the best reason to read the book seems to be for its gestures toward the better, more mature work the writers would do together and separately in the years afterward (Daytripper most of all). Here, there's an awful lot made of the fact that Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon are, in fact, fraternal twins. While in Diana Schutz's introduction this seems to be mo [...]

    23. 3 yıldız, kitabı bitirir bitirmez verdiğim not. Moon ve Bá kardeşlerin sonradan vuran bir etkisi var. Daytripper (Güngezgini)'da da aynı şeyi yaşamıştım: İlk okuyuşumda hafif bir hayal kırıklığı- "güzeldi ama neden bu kadar övülmüş anlamadım"- yaratmış, fakat kitap-sıklıkla- aklıma geldikçe ne kadar çok şeyin aklımda kaldığı, düşündürdüğü ve Güngezgini'ni aslında ne kadar da çok sevdiğimi fark etmiştim. Ve: Öyküler de aynı süreci yaşatacağa [...]

    24. I read Daytripper by the Brazilian duo brothers Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá back at the end of 2014, but never wrote anything about it. De:Tales felt like an early conception of Daytripper, in that it is a collection of short stories (some very short). I think all of them are set in Brazil, though they could also be set anywhere. The most memorable story is probably the first, in which the brothers were in a dream, arriving at somewhat of a castle or gate to a new world. They are excited to step [...]

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