The filth, Volume 1

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DC Comics, Jun 1, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 316 pages
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The Filth is a groundbreaking, mind-altering voyage of conspiracies and revelations. Since the early 1950s, a secret police force known only as The Hand has been covertly protecting society and making sure that life continues along its prescribed path. But when a rogue agent of the enigmatic organization introduces numerous threats to the social hygiene of existence, the future of the world teeters on the edge of cataclysmic change. Now as the hour of chaos approaches. The Hand's only chance of success rests on the shoulders of their greatest agent, a man who is traumatically fixed in a hypnotic state in which he believes himself to be a fat, balding, middle-aged loser with an addiction to porn. Suggested for Mature Readers.

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A book worth reading with great art, memorable characters and interesting premises. Its dense story telling may not appeal to most readers.

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Oh boy, where to even start with this one... Why not the first line of the introduction: "The Filth contains the active ingredient metaphor: Metaphor is one of a group of problem-solving medicines ... Read full review

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Grant Morrisons The Filth is into the home stretch now, with just four more ... Like most of Morrisons creator-owned work, The Filth is many things to ...
www.newsarama.com/ Filth.htm

The Filth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Filth is a comic book series, written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Chris Weston and Gary Erskine. It was published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics ...
en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/ The_Filth

Bookslut | Grant Morrison's "The Filth"
(One might note that "the filth" is English slang for "the police" ... We'll revisit The Filth in approximately a year's time, when the series is complete. ...
www.bookslut.com/ comicbookslut/ 2002_08_000042.php

grant morrison :: the filth :: reviewed at raccoon books ::
An entry from the reading log of Jeremy P. Bushnell, featuring notes on books, experimental music, cooking, and anything else that passes through his mind
www.imaginaryyear.com/ raccoon/ books/ morrison.html

The Filth Team
In addition Weston, has drawn superheroes, horror comics, science fiction and crime. the filth is his first foray into sleazy meta-pornography. ...
www.crackcomicks.com/ the_filth_team.htm

The Filth And The Theory
Thus, trying to bring some sense to THE FILTH isn't easy. It's a slippery eel of a text that writhes under analysis, defying explanation. ...
www.ninthart.com/ display.php?article=919

NERD ALERT afterthoughts on The Filth
afterthoughts on The Filth. Kevin @ 6:42 am. Does the thought of optical assault intrigue you? Does it make you excited? Hard? ...
blog.genocidalrobot.net/ ?page_id=17

Comic Book Galaxy - Pushing Comix Forward Since 2000.
Upon first reading, The Filth arrived in my head as a narrative black hole, infinitely dense and powerful, but very hard to perceive by just looking at it ...
www.comicbookgalaxy.com/ 051004review.html

The Filth - Wikiquote
The Filth (2003) is a 13 issue comic book series by Grant Morrison and Chris Weston in which a lonely middle-aged man discovers that he is actually just a ...
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the filth: Blogs, Photos, Videos and more on Technorati
Videos about the filth. Filth And The Fury - Interview With The Sex Pistols ... Mentions by Day. Posts tagged the filth per day for the past 30 days. ...
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About the author (2004)

Since his entry into the field, Grant Morrison has been hailed as an innovative thinker - using the comic book genre to introduce and expound upon his bold theories of the human psyche.

Chris Weston is a full time photographer specializing in natural history and wildlife. A regular contributor to UK magazines, Chris also leads numerous workshops and overseas photographic safaris. He is the author of a number of books, including "The Essential Lighting Manual", "500 Digital Hints, Tips, and Techniques" and "Mastering Your Digital SLR" for RotoVision.
He lives in Hertfordshire, UK.

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