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This man had the most profound imagination, knowledge and ability of storytelling Some short stories with well crafted original historical legends which might did never exist before I did never see the enrichment of subject with pure art in industry of comics This might is the best of best comic books I ever read.The stories follow adventures of a mysterious gunslinger in end of 19th century, known as The Collector This guy can travel to every corner of the earth to find what he s looking fo This man had the most profound imagination, knowledge and ability of storytelling Some short stories with well crafted original historical legends which might did never exist before I did never see the enrichment of subject with pure art in industry of comics This might is the best of best comic books I ever read.The stories follow adventures of a mysterious gunslinger in end of 19th century, known as The Collector This guy can travel to every corner of the earth to find what he s looking for The objects of worth a fortune, not because of their price but their value and rarity I would explain later that how beautifully Sergio Toppi came with these fictional objects.The Collector gets what he wants.1 The first story is the quest of a Red Rock Peace Pipe which apparently was in use of Chief Massasoit of Wampanoag tribe The Smoking pipe which can show you the future in it s smoke.2 This adventure takes us into Danakil Desert of Abyssinia where a tall tower of black stone remains One who touches the stone would turn into Negus, King of Kings of Ethiopia However whoever went there, never returned to tell the tale.3 Emir Temur the cruellest man on earth never cried but once at The Battle of Cubuk when He lost His beloved Horse Legend says the only tear which came out of Emir Temur s eye turned into a Jewel which had image of His lost Horse However The Collector must have to fudge tribal savages of New Guinea and their mysterious mask wearing queen to acquire that Jewel which had been hidden in deep waters of nearest bay.4 The Collector will have to help Maori Tribes to win battle against Irish Colonial Bandits to settle His old score As we said The Collector gets what he wants This time it s legendary staff of Irish King Niall Gl ndub which could lift mountains like grains.5 In Rocky and hideous mountains of Tibet, The Collector has to defeat whole rogue battalion of Soldiers and a powerful Buddhist monk to retrieve non descriptive necklace of the great Padmasambhava The necklace which bears the powers of this great Buddhist mystic Gorgeous, gorgeous artwork, and a story that s a fun combination of James Bond and Clint Eastwood I d have rated it higher, but there was a disturbing lack of criticism of the colonial perspective of the narrative that rubbed me the wrong way If done right, these kinds of adventure stories can work really well and serve as both a campy celebration of the genre, and a tongue in cheek commentary on racism, etc, but I didn t get much of a sense of self awareness from this one Still, absolutely m Gorgeous, gorgeous artwork, and a story that s a fun combination of James Bond and Clint Eastwood I d have rated it higher, but there was a disturbing lack of criticism of the colonial perspective of the narrative that rubbed me the wrong way If done right, these kinds of adventure stories can work really well and serve as both a campy celebration of the genre, and a tongue in cheek commentary on racism, etc, but I didn t get much of a sense of self awareness from this one Still, absolutely mind blowing art I only read the first two stories I found it a bit too disappointing to continue I found the stories far too long and without any real meaning or purpose behind the narrative I m not going to refute David s analysis here Maybe we re both being PC, but it did seem a bit ridiculous If the story wereinteresting I d be willing to forgive But The Collector just seems like an invincible cocksure ass who s willing to steal shit from indigenous people for no other reason than that he s a col I only read the first two stories I found it a bit too disappointing to continue I found the stories far too long and without any real meaning or purpose behind the narrative I m not going to refute David s analysis here Maybe we re both being PC, but it did seem a bit ridiculous If the story wereinteresting I d be willing to forgive But The Collector just seems like an invincible cocksure ass who s willing to steal shit from indigenous people for no other reason than that he s a collector.The art was nice, but I think Toppi did better in Sharaz De and it wasn t enough to get me to keep reading Saying that, I may continue the book at a later date Great graphics Five stories about a treasure hunter who will not say no In all the stories the collector finds a way to get what he wants The collector always knows how to wiggle out of a bad situation. ( Download ) ♽ Kolekcionar ☢ Daleko od prodajnih salona i tihih licitacija, Kolekcionar slijedi trag ukradene umjetnine Ovaj se kradljivac kico kod Indijanaca plemena Dayak osje a jednako ugodno kao i Arsene Lupin kod bogata a, uz dodatak zlo ina Neka se paze oni neodgojeni, jer u susretu s tim estetom zlo ina lo i maniri lako vode ravno u smrt Od d ungli Bornea do visoravni Afganistana, upoznajemo okrutna podbadanja kolonijalnih junaka, majstore kra e i firentinskih zasjeda Izgubljeni aristokrat, kolekcionar tr i za svim Malte kim sokolovima koje mu nudi Toppi, taj sjajni geografi ar Avanture kolekcionar je jedini Toppijev strip serijal sa stalnim likom, tim antijunakom, polukico em polubanditom u potra i za misti nim predmetima Three stars because the art is, as always, amazing Wish the story could match. Picasso of comics Extraordinary style. I picked this up at Half Price Books because it looked like an interesting read It ended up being okay but wasn t really my thing The illustration was done in an interesting style but was hard to follow at times.The story has a Wild West Tomb Raider tone to it and is about a man only known as The Collector who obtains items that are special and or magical for his own use The Collector is half gunslinger, half tomb raider and incredibly manipulative in an effort to get what he wants and he AL I picked this up at Half Price Books because it looked like an interesting read It ended up being okay but wasn t really my thing The illustration was done in an interesting style but was hard to follow at times.The story has a Wild West Tomb Raider tone to it and is about a man only known as The Collector who obtains items that are special and or magical for his own use The Collector is half gunslinger, half tomb raider and incredibly manipulative in an effort to get what he wants and he ALWAYS gets what he wants.It was an okay story but got a bit repetitive Each chapter is basically a short story about The Collector obtaining an item There is some carry over between stories but not much the stories pretty much stand alone.The illustration is done in a beautiful sketched style of ink While I enjoyed the style of the illustration I found it very hard to follow at times Many of the minor characters have a similar look to them and it can be confusing to follow what is actually happening.Overall this was an okay collection of stories about The Collector While I enjoyed the idea of the The Collector I found the stories involving him to be a bit repetitive I was somewhat disappointed that this wasn t a complete story but rather a collection of stories I also struggled some with following the illustrations, characters just looked too similar Personally I would skip this unless you are a huge fan of Toppi s art style First off, the art in this book is phenomenal Toppi is known for his ink style and it is beautifully on display in this black and white collection, with some of the work just astounding as art, much less as a panels in a graphic novel Usually, such impressive art means that the story is going to be less impressive, but that s not the case here The Collector is an enigmatic man who hunts unique items from around the world That allows the story to dip into cultures and legends that aren t worn First off, the art in this book is phenomenal Toppi is known for his ink style and it is beautifully on display in this black and white collection, with some of the work just astounding as art, much less as a panels in a graphic novel Usually, such impressive art means that the story is going to be less impressive, but that s not the case here The Collector is an enigmatic man who hunts unique items from around the world That allows the story to dip into cultures and legends that aren t worn out no Excaliburs or Holy Grails here instead we get the tear of Tamerlane, the Scepter of Niall Glundub, and other rare items I m not sure if they are even real legends, but the world that the stories are steeped in is very much real and also focused on cultures and people that don t get much coverage.The stories themselves are globe spanning, and the Collector makes for a mysterious protagonist, but the story revolves around him rather than being focused on him If you re looking for a beautiful black and white collection with unfamiliar stories and surprising plots, this is highly recommended Reviewed by Brett PetersonThe Collector by Sergio Toppi is a graphic novel depicting the fictional adventures of a Caucasian aristocrat collecting various items of personal, cultural, and spiritual significance around the world Drawn in Toppi s unique black and white India ink style, the book depicts adventures in the American West, Northern Africa, the Pacific Islands, Turkey, Ireland, and Tibet You can read this entire review and others like it at San Diego Book Review Reviewed by Brett PetersonThe Collector by Sergio Toppi is a graphic novel depicting the fictional adventures of a Caucasian aristocrat collecting various items of personal, cultural, and spiritual significance around the world Drawn in Toppi s unique black and white India ink style, the book depicts adventures in the American West, Northern Africa, the Pacific Islands, Turkey, Ireland, and Tibet You can read this entire review and others like it at San Diego Book Review