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Ut as his life drains away Adam is transported to a strange new dimension populated by warriors and mystical beasts the bizarre Mazeworld Written by 2000 AD legend Alan G. It s been three decades since the death penalty was abolished in Britain but now Adam Cadman is to the first in a new swathe Except Adam s execution doesn t go to plan and rather than dying he finds himself on Mazeworld still in the hood he was hung in now with eye holes to see and with the noose around his neck Mazeworld is immediately complex and overwhelming with bizarre creatures human civilisations grand architecture and lethal mazes but the people that see Adam arrive believe he s somebody else and Adam finds himself thrown straight into a bitter revolutionary struggle Back on Earth his body lingers while on Mazeworld he s offered the opportunity of redemptionThis is a pleasingly thick collection that gathers the entire tale within its pages and to add to the satisfaction there s a definitive ending to it all Mazeworld lays its cards on the table from the outset with A

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30 years after the British Parliament suspended the death penalty the gallows have returned and Adam Cadman finds himself being the first person to be hanged since 1964 B. One small ideea from the story was taken from a true fact and this makes the graphic novel dramaticA fellow condemned to death goes into the Mazeworld and becomes until the end a great HeroThe graphics are well made and the story is interesting enough to keep you wanting

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Rant Judge Dredd Batman and featuring the breath taking artwork of Arthur Ranson Button Man Judge Anderson this must have graphic novel contains the complete Mazeworld sa. A really good story with great art ProTip Don t read Alan Grant s into as it does contain spoilers Otherwise no complaints


10 thoughts on “Mazeworld

  1. says:

    An interesting story accompanied by nice graphics about second chance and redemption inspired from a true fact

  2. says:

    Arthur Ranson's art as ever is a joy his intricacy perfectly suited to the twisting architecture of Mazeworld; even the panel borders sometimes contain labyrinths of their own and by that point you're starting to see even the lines of faces as shadow mazes of their own His demons scoundrels and looming pyramids recall the ancient decayed worlds of Clark Ashton Smith and make one wish he'd illustrated some of Steve Moo

  3. says:

    One small ideea from the story was taken from a true fact and this makes the graphic novel dramaticA fellow condemned to death goes into the Mazeworld and becomes until the end a great HeroThe graphics are well made and the story is i

  4. says:

    It’s been three decades since the death penalty was abolished in Britain but now Adam Cadman is to the first in a new swathe Except Adam’s execution doesn’t go to plan and rather than dying he finds himself on Mazeworld still in the hood he was hung in now with eye holes to see and with the noose around his neck Mazeworld is immediately

  5. says:

    Intriguing but ultimately ridiculous story about an hanged man who finds redemption by becoming a savior in an alternative fantasy world that his mind retreats to while he's twisting on the gallows a world that begins to seep into ours when he's kept alive after the execution fails It caught my eye because I love mazes of all sorts and there was definitely some cool maze stuff particularly in some cool stylistic flourishes throughout the co

  6. says:

    I'm split about this one on one hand it has a very interesting premise introduction and antihero On the other hand it leaves a lot of details out of the story how exactly the mazes function etc and skips the timeline

  7. says:

    A really good story with great art ProTip Don't read Alan Grant's into as it does contain spoilers Otherwise no complaints

  8. says:

    I'd heard of this story which first appeared in 2000AD a UK comic and I knew Arthur Ranson's art from the Look In comic but this was

  9. says:

    Fine blend of horror dungeon crawling fantasy and pulp science fiction

  10. says:

    This was great It reminded me of a late 70'searly 80's B horrorfantasy movie that would've appeared on Mystery S