The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution

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DC Comics, 1994 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 224 pages
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Written by Grant Morrison; Art by Steve Yeowell, Jill Thompson and others Throughout history, a secret society called the Invisibles, who count among their number Lord Byron and Percy Shelley, work against the forces of order that seek to repress humanity's growth. In this first collection, the Invisibles latest recruit, a teenage lout from the streets of London, must survive a bizarre, mind-altering training course before being projected into the past to help enlist the Marquis de Sade.

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Great introduction to the Invisibles. - Goodreads
The art is ugly and the writing is crap. - Goodreads
Overall, the writing and art hold up quite well. - Goodreads
The man's a truly excellent writer. - Goodreads
The artwork in the second half is def. - Goodreads
What an introduction! - Goodreads

Review: The Invisibles, Vol. 1: Say You Want a Revolution (The Invisibles #1)

User Review  - Jacob - Goodreads

I don't honestly know what to say about the Invisibles. I mean, I don't think I really understood it. It had a simple premise: a single cell of an organization called the Invisibles fighting a alien ... Read full review

Review: The Invisibles, Vol. 6: Kissing Mister Quimper (The Invisibles #6)

User Review  - Anthony Faber - Goodreads

Book 6 of 7. Hallucinatory occult conspiracy thriller with lots of violence, nudity (though almost always from a vantage that conceals genitals. Plenty of breasts, though.) and sex. The fact that the ... Read full review


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About the author (1994)

Grant Morrison was born in Glasgow in 1960. As a comics writer, he is renowned for his bold reinventions of existing superheroes and his own authored titles. He has had successful runs on Animal Man, Doom Patrol, JLA, The Invisibles, New X-Men, Fantastic Four and All Star Superman His Batman: Arkham Asylum is the best-selling original graphic novel ever published. A documentary on his life and work, Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods, will be released in November 2010.

Jill Thompson grew up in a loving family and close-knit neighborhood in Caldwell, NJ. She received a B.A. in religion and elementary education from Lycoming College and an M.S. in education, with K-12 certification as an educational media generalist, from McDaniel College. A high school librarian, professional storyteller, speaker, and writer, she is also active in her church as a children's Sunday school teacher and worship team piano player. She is married to Wally, her husband of 31 years, and has five sons, the youngest of which are identical triplets.

Cramer is Founder/President of Dennis Cramer Ministries.

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