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Of a list revealing every spy working there She found a powder keg of mistrust assassinations and bad defections that ended with the murder of MI6's. Alright I don t know much about how spies operates in real life But I think this story is much closer to it than any other comic or movie It s really intresting and convoluted to a degree it should have be Specific arc and consistent causal chain My only complain about it is that I don t liked the ending It wasn t bad just not for me It s the only reason I gave 4 instead of 5

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 Atomic Blonde: The Coldest City

Top officer as the Berlin Wall was torn down Now Lorraine has returned from the Cold War's coldest city to tell her story And nothing is what it seems. Horrible artwork but great story It looks like they started the art then gave up halfway through

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NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE November 1989 MI6 spy Lorraine Broughton was sent to Berlin to investigate the death of another agent and the disappearance. Since it s black and white and some of the art is cryptic the story was difficult to follow at times or the characters got confusing It helped that I saw the movie first Had to read some pages than once But then it all makes sense because it s a spy story and I always have to watch spy movies than once So maybe that s what the writer and illustrator was selling Confusing up front but lots of oh yea revelations laterReading this actually answered one of my uestions from the movie I never understood why Lorraine gave the coroner wrong numbers


13 thoughts on “ Atomic Blonde: The Coldest City

  1. says:

    If you're looking for one of the best graphic novels ever; look elsewhere. This isn't a bad GN, just not a game changer like The Dar

  2. says:

    Since it's black and white and some of the art is cryptic, the story was difficult to follow at times or the characters got confusing. It helped that I saw the movie first. Had to read some pages than once. But then it all makes sense because it's a spy story and I always have to watch spy movies than once. So maybe that's what the

  3. says:

    Aside from Classic comics read as a youngster, I've read only 3 GNs. This, FUN HOUSE and STUCK RUBBER BABY.
    I know there'

  4. says:

    I just love Atomic Blonde and watch it often. So, I wanted to see how closely the graphic novel content was to the movie. They weren’t far afield, just different. Consequently, it’s a treat to own both.

  5. says:

    Alright, I don't know much about how spies operates in real life. But I think this story is much closer to it than

  6. says:

    It lives up to its name.

  7. says:

    Horrible artwork, but great story. It looks like they started the art, then gave up halfway through

  8. says:

    This book is somewhat different from the movie (as always). The story was good but it seemed to drag a bit. This is good graphic novel for someone interested in suspense or espionage.

  9. says:

    I think some reviews are saying they watched the film and don't like this Graphic Novel. This the original work which the film is based on. The style is actually fitting with the Cold War and the espionage genre. I

  10. says:

    Rubbish a comic book.

  11. says:

    Just as described. Very well packaged. Will use again. Good experience No problems arrived earlier that anticipate

  12. says:

    Great story.

  13. says:

    top story

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