Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Keith Giffen has provided plotting, scripting, artwork, or any Lobo: Portrait Of A Bastich by [GIFFEN, KEITH]. Lobo has ratings and 23 reviews. Greg said: Meh.. it was ok. Not a big fan of the artwork. It was fun at first but got repetitions as the story went. Lobo Portrait Of A Bastich TP New Ptg by Alan Grant, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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Of its time, I think, but not well aged. Then, Lobo takes on the most dangerous being in the universe – and ispromptly killed and reincarnated as an angry woman! There are parts in this series that are good and I do kind of like the art, but I think there is so much room for development instead of going for the simple laugh.

So allegedly, this is going to be a film More of the main man More of the main man I thoroughly enjoyed this. Which are little more than excuses for massive inappropriate violence. To be fair, is not that I expected an innovative reading material or such, but, is not that I also expected any kind of reading.

Jul 10, Thalestral rated it really liked it Shelves: All that being said, this was incredibly entertaining! He took a break from the comic industry for several years, working on storyboards for television and film, including shows such as The Real Ghostbusters and Ed, Edd ‘n’ Eddy.

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I figured as such because the cover boasts the work of Alan Grant who never disappoints! Nov 06, Dominik Banach rated it it was amazing. Heaven tries and fails to get rid of the Main Man through various means, including reincarnation and sending him to the H-place which he enjoys a little too much.

That being said, this is a miniseries that I’d always wanted to read, since like, forever, mostly due to the fans selection, being one of his most popular titles. Vintage Paperback Paperback Books. You pretty much have to like over-the-top absurd amounts of comic book violence to enjoy this book.


This is not like superman or spiderman. No ratings or reviews yet. To be fair, is not that I expected an innovative reading material or such, b Ok, first things first, I love Lobo. Song of Ice and Fire – the Story Continues: Open Preview See a Problem?

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Return to Book Page. It’s fun, and hits a lot of targets but ends porhrait little too abruptly and simply for something that seems to be setting up a complicated story and finale. Ultimately neither Heaven, nor the H-place want him, resulting in a fairly satisfactory conclusion. Want to Read saving….

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Show More Show Less. This character means a lot to a great friend of mine but meant bugger all to me, disappointingly!

The illustrations were a bit lacking, but decent just the same. Keith Ian Giffen is an American comic book illustrator and writer. Lobo fo – 10 of 28 basitch. Based on this, I’ll be more interested in seeing Lobo in a group and probably pass on his solo efforts.

And some point Giffen retconned Lobo into a psychopath who committed genocide against his own race, just so he could be unique, and made him an exaggerated parody of the really dark and nasty but ultimately boring fanboy favorite characters like the Punisher and Wolverine.

Lobo is a hyper violent, self-centered dickhead. I’m glad I read the originals instead of just diving in head-first into the newer Lobo Books, because I Like to get a feel of how a character is brought into a comic book universe instead of starting in the middle and this book does just that.

He is also the lead writer for Marvel Comics’s Annihilation event, having written the one-shot prologue, the lead-in stories in Thanos and Drax, the Silver Surfer as well as the main six issues mini-series.

Almost gave this a single star. Any Condition Any Condition. Containing the Last Czarnian, where Lobo has to bring a ‘dangerous prisoner” back to L. Lobo created by Keith Giffen and Roger Slifer. Then, Lobo must take in the most dangerous being in the universe — and is promptly killed.


Overall, a fun ride, and a good introduction to the character, I can’t explain why this particular miniseries is considered the “fans favorite”, but yeah, its still pretty much enjoyable. A bad-ass dude like me! Lobo is kind of one of the basest DC character that seems to only go for shock than for shock combined with commentary.

He drinks too much, abuses women, and has a very strange and strict honor code. He is possibly best-known for his long runs illustrating, and later writing the Legion of Super-Heroes title in the s and s.

A psychopathic killer with out compunction, remorse or any regard for any one else at all. In the fist part, Lobo has to bring in his former fourth grade teacher, whom he is surprised to see didn’t die in the genocide, into L. Portrait of a Bastich Lobo by Keith Giffen. Actually, the biggest problem is the comic length just 4 issuesand it’s conclusion is just as rush and out of nowhere, that it sorts of bothers, but not enough to ruin the rest of the comic.

Is what you’d expect from it; Lobo having a job to accomplish and lots of trouble around him. I First found out about Lobo by playing through the Injustice: Much to Giffen’s surprise, Lobo took off and became as popular as the characters he was making fun of, which I suspect may have something to do with fanboys lack of appreciation of irony and tendency to read mostly into the literal content of a story.

This graphic novel is an ultra-violence farce that takes place in DC Universe’s intergalactic reaches, where murderous, macho, genocidal manics can be allowed to run loose without slaughtering prized heroes. Lobo is killed by a bounty hunter and goes to heaven, making himself into quite a nuisance.

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