Elementals:The Natural Order (Elementals)

Elementals:The Natural Order (Elementals)

Bill Willingham / Nov 13, 2019

Elementals The Natural Order Elementals Reprints Collects Elementals Elementals Elementals Elementals Elementals Justice Machine Annual The Elemental spirits of the earth decided that they needed Avatars

  • Title: Elementals:The Natural Order (Elementals)
  • Author: Bill Willingham
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 415
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  • Reprints Collects Elementals 1984 1Elementals 1984 2Elementals 1984 3Elementals 1984 4Elementals 1984 5Justice Machine Annual 1983 1The Elemental spirits of the earth decided that they needed Avatars to protect their interests on Earth s material plane They chose 4 people who d just at that moment been killed Becky Golden drowned and became the water spReprints Collects Elementals 1984 1Elementals 1984 2Elementals 1984 3Elementals 1984 4Elementals 1984 5Justice Machine Annual 1983 1The Elemental spirits of the earth decided that they needed Avatars to protect their interests on Earth s material plane They chose 4 people who d just at that moment been killed Becky Golden drowned and became the water spirit Fathom not the Image title , Jeannette Crane was burned up and became the fire spirit Morningstar, Tommy Czuchra was crushed in a landslide and became the earth spirit Monolith and Jeff Murphy became the air spirit of Vortex.

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      • Bill Willingham

        In the late 1970s to early 1980s he drew fantasy ink pictures for the Dungeons Dragons Basic and Expert game rulebooks He first gained attention for his 1980s comic book series Elementals published by Comico, which he both wrote and drew However, for reasons unknown, the series had trouble maintaining an original schedule, and Willingham s position in the industry remained spotty for many years He contributed stories to Green Lantern and started his own independent, black and white comics series Coventry which lasted only 3 issues He also produced the pornographic series Ironwood for Eros Comix In the late 1990s Willingham reestablished himself as a prolific writer He produced the 13 issue Pantheon for Lone Star Press and wrote a pair of short novels about the modern adventures of the hero Beowulf, published by the writer s collective, Clockwork Storybook, of which Willingham was a founding member In the early 2000s he began writing extensively for DC Comics, including the limited series Proposition Player, a pair of limited series about the Greek witch Thessaly from The Sandman, and most notably the popular series Fables


    844 Comments

    1. Criminally underrated. One of my favorite series ever. And where is the rest of the series? I prefer this to Fables any day.


    2. Wow, this is one of my favorite comic series. Exceptional story and plot every issue. Way above average art throughout the entire series. Great surprises and humor all throughout the series, you just never know what is gonna happen next. If you have never experienced Bill Willingham unleashed to do what he wants with a story then this is the place to start. My highest recommendation.


    3. Bill Willingham has found success with his Invincible comics as well as the wildly popular Fables series. Unfortunately, this series of comic books, from the early 80s, is often overlooked and, because it was published by such a small and now defunct company, it is very hard to find. I didn't even know these existed until about fifteen years after the fact and I was only able to re-read this graphic novel after finding it in an old box of books. In a historical context, it is interesting to note [...]


    4. Très bonne série qui prolonge les nouvelles situations mis de l'avant dans The Watchmen, soit plus de quotidien, plus de psycho dans les personnages, et situe l'exercice du superpower dans la vie réelle.Maintenant, c'est comme normal, mais à l'époque, c'était assez inhabituel, surtout venant d'une maison d'édition inconnue. Beaucoup était réfractaire, même si la storyline était solide, parce que c'était comme des superhéros inconnus. N'est pas Gambit qui veut!youtube/watch?v=62pPY( [...]


    5. A great series that is, sadly, hardly remembered.Willingham—who today is probably best known as the writer of Vertigo's Fables—draws and writes one of the best superhero books of the 1980s. It starts out strong here, and gets even better in the issues that follow (if you can find them.)An exciting, more mature take on the concept. May need seem revolutionary by today's standards, but at the time this was really a trend-setting book. Because of that, I think it mostly holds up well today.Once [...]


    6. An interesting attempt and one of the earliest to do super heroes in the real world. Willingham hits a nice balance of big super hero action while also adding in politics, debates on morality and showing the violence has consequences.Lots of interesting characters and ideas. These early issues are the strongest and most focused. Once Willingham stopped doing the art, the series seemed to lose some of it's focus.


    7. Great series with a great storyline. The story of 4 people who are selected to represent the Elements in the battle of good versus evil. Fire, Water, Earth, and Air. Willingham does a great job, it's a shame his series never made it to the big leagues. It matches and surpasses "popular" superhero sagas with no problem. Well worth a read if you can find it.


    8. I actually have all the Elementals comics every issue of vol 1 2 and 3, plus the specials, the individual one-shots (Vortex was *supposed to be a 2-fer, but), the sex specials (sorry) even. The Oblivion war. All of it. Great stories.




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