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yeah, yeah, yeah bring on the you re a dirty old man remarks.The fact remains that these two volumes collecting most, but not all, of Frank Thorne s stories of Ghita are actually pretty nice.Sure, it s basically an XRated verson of the Red Sonja comics But seeing as Thorne had also given us some pretty nice Red Sonja, I guess we owe him thanks for giving the fan boys thisgrown up, and let s face it, realistic, version of what a sword and sorcery epic ought to be.As I mentioned befor yeah, yeah, yeah bring on the you re a dirty old man remarks.The fact remains that these two volumes collecting most, but not all, of Frank Thorne s stories of Ghita are actually pretty nice.Sure, it s basically an XRated verson of the Red Sonja comics But seeing as Thorne had also given us some pretty nice Red Sonja, I guess we owe him thanks for giving the fan boys thisgrown up, and let s face it, realistic, version of what a sword and sorcery epic ought to be.As I mentioned before, this does collect most of the Ghitta material, but I do remember a couple of story lines from the originals that weren t in these Makes me wonder why they were left out were they maybe a little bit TOO contreversial Still, the teenager in me is grateful to have these as they do tend to stir, heh, up a few memories I m surprised stunned by the difference between this and his other works from the Eros Graphic Albums of Fantagraphics This is the Catalan Communications edition but I assume there is no variance Lann was solid but without much depth and Iron Devil was a well hung pile of unconvincingly demonic donkey dung while this is the total package as long as you allow yourself to take sword and sorcery seriously.He excels in writing himself into his stories which adds great character authentic I m surprised stunned by the difference between this and his other works from the Eros Graphic Albums of Fantagraphics This is the Catalan Communications edition but I assume there is no variance Lann was solid but without much depth and Iron Devil was a well hung pile of unconvincingly demonic donkey dung while this is the total package as long as you allow yourself to take sword and sorcery seriously.He excels in writing himself into his stories which adds great character authenticity to the partners of both Ghita and Lann you actually get to know the human Thorne and enjoy glimpsing his dream version of himself through these men and he is perfectly humble and charmingly self effacing about it.The art of Ghita is FAR superior to those other two I m guessing that he had muchtime in the creation of this then he had later in his career and it shows in every panel Nothing is hurried all is conceived with a thoughtful quality and details abound from the front to the back of every setting.The facial details impressed me the most even somewhat shocked me in the skillful conveyance of emotion on the characters when they are still but ESPECIALLY within their movements and the connection therein with the future panels I flipped back a page or two constantly to relish in the settings that he elucidated with acute precision.Below is praise not be taken lightly I must applaud an example of what I term sequential art greatness when a scene is conveyed in such a way that I m sure that s EXACTLY how it would have played if it was set to motion by the greatest of actors on stage or in a film Ghita takes her first chug of liquor at the bottom of page 18 and the scene concludes at the end of page 24 during which her actions and movements, with the specificity of her facial emotions combined with the placement and and flow of her body language, gave this sober drunk a visceral feeling of authenticity I was mentally and bodily reminded me of the exact nature of the inspiration and the unique intensity with which it is acted out during instant and elevating inebriation.Page 24 was over the top but it still rang true in feeling and as the conclusion of the audacity that it followed. .Book ⚔ Ghita of Alizarr ☮ Ghita of Alizarr is a sword and sorcery comic book created by Frank Thorne after he ceased work on Marvel Comics Red Sonja