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Cimarronin

G up with them As they become embroiled in the deadly politics of New Spain Kitazume uses his lethal skills to save his friends and to find redemption Meanwhile Luis secretly works as a member of the legendary Shield Brethren whose mission is to see that neither China nor Spain c. 4I dug this first issue of Cimarronin I was interested to see the writing by Neal Stephenson I was caught up in the story right away I admired the wide range of characters African warriors Shoguns Spaniards each with a look on their face as though they most definitely had their own purpose their own ghosts their own battles to fight The first issue was short and intense didn t explain everything that was going on but I felt like it was really going somewhere and I would definitely pick up the second issue Thanks to Netgalley for providing the book

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Cimarronin Fall of the Cross continues the adventures of Kitazume an exiled samurai adrift in New Spain and his mysterious companion the disgraced Jesuit priest Luis Pérez de GuzmánThe two men have known each other for than twenty years and their histories have a way of catchin. Non linear story telling jumping back and forth in time and between different characters A bit confusing A developped backstory might have helped with thatSome of the art was very nice most was so so Some of the Spaniards were a bit difficult to tell apartIt was ok nothing to knock me over A little short to build a proper opinion about it I might be tempted to read the next installmentFree ARC provided by NetGalley thank you

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Ontrols the silver mines owned by his fatherAs the silver caravans in Mexico are raided by gangs of escaped African slaves known as cimarrónes Kitazume and Luis race to stop the cimarrónes’ leader El Gato from plunging the entire region into a tragic period of bloody conflict. Cimarronin Fall of the Cross 1 is part of a continuing series I received a review copy of this issue only but I liked what I read and would like to read The series is about an exiled samurai in New Spain and his companion who is an ex Jesuit priest This book starts with the capture and branding of slaves One slave can speak Portuguese so he becomes the translator for his captors He also plans an uprising While this is happening the samurai has his own fight going on It kind of jumps around a bit and with only a length of 25 pages it s over before it s begunIt s written by a host of authors including Neal Stephenson and while the story jumps around it s an interesting premise The art by Dean Kotz can be a bit confusing at times There are lots of characters and many of them kind of blur together Yet I still liked the art style 25 pages isn t much to base a review on but I found some interesting threads of story hereI received a review copy of this comic book issue from Jet City Comics and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Thank you for allowing me to review this comic book issue

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  • Cimarronin
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  • 08 January 2018
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About the Author: Neal Stephenson

Neal Stephenson is the author of Reamde Anathem and the three volume historical epic the Baroue Cycle uicksilver The Confusion and The System of the World as well as Cryptonomicon The Diamond Age Snow Crash and Zodiac He lives in Seattle Washington



6 thoughts on “Cimarronin

  1. says:

    Non linear story telling jumping back and forth in time and between different characters A bit confusing A developped backstory might have helped with thatSome of the art was very nice most was so so Some of the Spaniards were a bit difficult to tell apartIt was ok nothing to knock me over A little short to build a proper opinion about it I might be tempted to read the next installmentFree ARC provided by NetGalley than

  2. says:

    4I dug this first issue of Cimarronin I was interested to see the writing by Neal Stephenson I was caught up in the story right away I admired the wide range of characters African warriors Shoguns Spaniards each with a look on their face as though they most definitely had their own purpose their own ghosts their

  3. says:

    'Cimarronin Fall of the Cross #1' is part of a continuing series I received a review copy of this issue only but I liked

  4. says:

    The first in a series about slavery and a Japanese ronin in Mexicouite well produced this comic introduces many characters Congolese slaves who rebel against their Spanish overlords a Japanese ronin in Mexico and a few mysterious characters who will evidently become pronounced in later comicsA bit confusing as to who is who among the Mexican

  5. says:

    As previously noted this is an ongoing series of which this book is a part and perhaps that accounted for some of my confusion I found this book to be utterly confusing and practically impossible to follow Muddles

  6. says:

    25The art is amazing but the story was a little bit confusing It was not only jumping from one story line to other but also it was jumping in time flashbacks This would have been a bit better with a back story One or two paragraphs would have been niceBut overall a really nice short novel that you can fly through and gush over beautiful art

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