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Read our review of Django Unchained, the comic and leave some comments on the site. Click the pic to get there!
"As our story continues, Django, a recently freed slave along with Dr. King Schultz, the bounty hunting dentist, catch up with the Brittle brothers, take care a few dozen racist raiders, and strike up an official partnership for the coming winter.
If you’ve seen the movie, you know exactly what I’m talking about and if not, well then, you really need to stop reading this and go see Django Unchained immediately.
Django Unchained (the comic) is a nearly word for word adaptation of the screenplay by Quentin Tarantino. And there is absolutely NOTHING wrong with that, because trying to successfully alter or out-do dialogue written by Mr. Tarantino is a futile effort. What is cool are the alterations in the visual storytelling done by R. M. Guera and Jason Latour (who illustrates the German legend of Broomhilda and Sigfried told to Django by Dr. King!)
It would be a joy to read for any gritty Western fan, but I think the most enjoyment would come from fans of the film wanting the experience the masterpiece in a new way. You’ll probably end up reading Dr. King’s dialogue over and over again if only to hear Christophe Waltz’s brilliant accent and performance in your head.Another bonus is that scenes deleted from the original film make their way in the comic.
If you wanted a continuation of the story or a significantly different take on the original, you won’t find it here, so that could be considered a complaint for some readers, but realistically, how would you go about making Django Unchained (the film) better?
You can’t.”
3.5/5

Read our review of Django Unchained, the comic and leave some comments on the site. Click the pic to get there!

"As our story continues, Django, a recently freed slave along with Dr. King Schultz, the bounty hunting dentist, catch up with the Brittle brothers, take care a few dozen racist raiders, and strike up an official partnership for the coming winter.

If you’ve seen the movie, you know exactly what I’m talking about and if not, well then, you really need to stop reading this and go see Django Unchained immediately.

Django Unchained (the comic) is a nearly word for word adaptation of the screenplay by Quentin Tarantino. And there is absolutely NOTHING wrong with that, because trying to successfully alter or out-do dialogue written by Mr. Tarantino is a futile effort. What is cool are the alterations in the visual storytelling done by R. M. Guera and Jason Latour (who illustrates the German legend of Broomhilda and Sigfried told to Django by Dr. King!)

It would be a joy to read for any gritty Western fan, but I think the most enjoyment would come from fans of the film wanting the experience the masterpiece in a new way. You’ll probably end up reading Dr. King’s dialogue over and over again if only to hear Christophe Waltz’s brilliant accent and performance in your head.
Another bonus is that scenes deleted from the original film make their way in the comic.

If you wanted a continuation of the story or a significantly different take on the original, you won’t find it here, so that could be considered a complaint for some readers, but realistically, how would you go about making Django Unchained (the film) better?

You can’t.”

3.5/5

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