The Trigan Empire

The Trigan Empire

Don Lawrence / Jun 18, 2019

The Trigan Empire oversized hardcover

  • Title: The Trigan Empire
  • Author: Don Lawrence
  • ISBN: 9780890092545
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Hardcover
  • oversized hardcover

    The Trigan Empire by Don Lawrence Community Reviews In its inspiration, The Trigan Empire is a retelling of the history of Rome The city of Trigan is built on five hills two fewer than Rome s its people are tutored by the Tharvs, ersatz Greeks who are far civilized and advanced than either Vorg or Loka the city is a beacon of the republican virtues celebrated by Cicero The rise and fall of the Trigan Empire The spaceship resisted the impact en onboard men found the dead crew and a collection of books with inside the chronicles of the Trigan Empire In the swamps of Florida a The Trigan Empire Don Lawrence Webshop Don Lawrence Collection Vuurdoornlaan SE Oosterhout Nederland Tel shop donlawrence Steve Does Comics The Trigan Empire. Oct , The Trigan Empire A s I roam the majestic heights of Wincobank Iron Age hill fort, people often say to me, Steve, it fills you with awe, doesn t it, to think that two thousand years ago, the people of Sheffield were stood on this very spot, murdering Italians. The sun never sets on the Trigan Empire The Hooded It was called The Trigan Empire two comics pages a week, in the otherwise comicsless and dryasdust children s magazine Look And Learn , which even schools who banned comics allowed It was the story of something a lot like an SF Roman Empire on a distant planet, and was gorgeous.

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      • Don Lawrence

        Donald Southam Lawrence was an English comics artist born in London.


    1. This Christmas (2012) I gave in to nostalgia (once again) and purchased a copy of The Trigan Empire, which I first read when 13 or 14 (?).This is the tale of Trigo and his eponymous Trigan Empire, which implausibly rises from the primitive nomadism of the Vorg tribesmen who Trigo rules to building starships - all within his lifetime. It's solidly in the tradition of John Carter or the Lensmen or Flash Gordon, and - unfortunately - it too reflects the casual racism of the '60s and '70s and earlie [...]

    2. Panorama je bila tjedni strip magazin koji je izlazio na ovim prostorima od 1965. do 1971."Uključio" sam se u njega 1968 čini mi se sa brojem 122.Panorama je začetnik Stripoteke koja i danas izlazi (valjda)Meni kao šestogodišnjaku svi tamo objavljeni stripovi su bili čudo neviđeno i izvor neopisivog zadovoljstva.Ako vas zanima ovdje možete pregledati sve objavljivano: stripotekafo/stripovi/p(bilo je tu more kvalitetnog stripa)Među inim tu je bio i Lawrenceov strip o Triganskom Carstvu n [...]

    3. This epic story of the rise, decline and continued existence of the Trigan Empire is truly a novel in graphic form. The complete story is 189 pages and opens with a space ship with a dead crew crash landing on Earth. The technology is far in advance of anything on Earth and there is a set of books in an undecipherable language. After the best linguists in the world try and fail to translate the books, the consensus becomes that the content of the books will remain forever unknown. Fortunately, a [...]

    4. My grandfather had this book and it was the first graphic novel I remember reading, and one of the earliest comics. This book is mythology, history, sci-fi all rolled into one. In this collected work, it relates the rise and fall of an entire civilization. Grand in it's scope, it opened the door to the comic/sci-fi world to me as a kid.

    5. This book is a wonderful childhood memory. Part space opera, part sword and sandal epic, it hits the sweet spot of classic adventure with a twist of something new.

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