Syndrome When a rogue neuropathologist makes a startling breakthrough literally isolating the root of all evil in the recesses of the human brain he ll stop at nothing to advance his theory With the help of a

  • Title: Syndrome
  • Author: Blake Leibel Daniel Quantz R.J.Ryan David Marquez
  • ISBN: 9781932386998
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When a rogue neuropathologist makes a startling breakthrough literally isolating the root of all evil in the recesses of the human brain he ll stop at nothing to advance his theory With the help of a naive Hollywood actress, a tormented motion picture director, and a condemned serial killer, Dr Wolfe Brunswick launches a bold experiment in the Nevada desert, the outcWhen a rogue neuropathologist makes a startling breakthrough literally isolating the root of all evil in the recesses of the human brain he ll stop at nothing to advance his theory With the help of a naive Hollywood actress, a tormented motion picture director, and a condemned serial killer, Dr Wolfe Brunswick launches a bold experiment in the Nevada desert, the outcome of which could transform humanity forever The Truman Show meets Se7en in Syndrome, an inventive, original graphic novel hardcover that serves as one of the first titles to be featured under Archaia s new Black Label line, published in association with Fantasy Prone.

    Syndrome Skateboard Distribution Syndrome Skateboard Distribution Manufacturer and Distributor of premium skateboards and accessories. Asperger Syndrome Welcome and Thank you so much for Visiting our Website About this Asperger Syndrome site Asperger Syndrome was first created back in and the only idea for the website is to help anyone who needs some help or support with a child or adult with Asperger Syndrome. Asperger Syndrome Many times in my life as the parent of someone with level autism or Asperger Syndrome , I ve endured pain, frustration and even embarrassment over the fact that my daughter s truly significant challenges and the behavior they sometimes instigate are misinterpreted. Human Rights Organization for Individuals with Down The leading human rights organization for all individuals with Down syndrome. Down Syndrome Association of Peterborough Calendar Check out our upcoming events New Newsflash Location Newsflashes will now be located on their own page under the heading News. Who We Are Reye s Syndrome Information from the National Reye s Reye s Syndrome, a deadly disease, strikes swiftly and can attack any child, teen, or adult without warning All body organs are affected, with the liver and brain suffering most seriously Reye s Syndrome usually appears after a flu like infection, upper respiratory infection, chicken pox, or other viral illness Research has established a link between Reye s Syndrome and the use of aspirin Mosaic Down Syndrome Home Welcome to Mosaic Down Syndrome on the Web My name is Bree, and I am the proud mommy of Morgan, my beautiful angel girl, born on July , , and diagnosed with MDS. Lowe Syndrome Association The LSA is an international non profit organization that supports research into Lowe syndrome, as well as the individuals and families affected by LS. Mosaic Down Syndrome A description of the mosaic form of Down syndrome Down Syndrome Health Issues Medical Essays and Information Author s note I m a pediatrician and the father of Avi, years old, and Nathan, years old Avi has Down Syndrome DS for short and has inspired me to

    • Syndrome by Blake Leibel Daniel Quantz R.J.Ryan David Marquez
      239 Blake Leibel Daniel Quantz R.J.Ryan David Marquez
    • thumbnail Title: Syndrome by Blake Leibel Daniel Quantz R.J.Ryan David Marquez
      Posted by:Blake Leibel Daniel Quantz R.J.Ryan David Marquez
      Published :2018-011-14T10:15:28+00:00

    About “Blake Leibel Daniel Quantz R.J.Ryan David Marquez

    • Blake Leibel Daniel Quantz R.J.Ryan David Marquez

      Blake Leibel Daniel Quantz R.J.Ryan David Marquez Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Syndrome book, this is one of the most wanted Blake Leibel Daniel Quantz R.J.Ryan David Marquez author readers around the world.

    946 thoughts on “Syndrome

    • Four stars, but first off let me say that the ending felt like the story just ended, I didn't get a sense of closure. So anyone picking this up because of my raves (to follow below) needs to know that going in.With that out of the way, what a fantastic set-up for a book. The plot concept literally got me excited as a creator, in the always heady "damn, why didn't I think of that?" way. The plot centers on an attempt to "cure evil." I can't say any more due to spoilers, but it's riveting. The sto [...]

    • Model 'scalped and drained of blood' in murder unprecedented 'outside wartime', reveals LA autopsy.Warning: Story contains details of brutal murder being called one of the worst in Los Angeles history

    • An unique albeit tax-payer straining approach to rehabilitation. I loved the premises, and how it built up, but the denouement was kind of a killer (ha ha no pun intended!) for me. Despite that, the book has left open a possibility for a sequel and I would pick it up in a flash.

    • At the heart of it, this story is an odd blend of The Prisoner and Silence of the Lambs. The surreal environment needed for a mad scientist's experiments was remarkably strange and mostly convincing. His obsession with finding a "cure" for evil was powerful and is what really drove the story. His method, which involves building an entire fake town to use as his "clinic," is very strange and very frightening.Overall, this was a very disturbing story, but one that I would recommend to anyone who i [...]

    • This graphic novel has slick art and a compelling idea to work with but is only about one-half as long as it ought to be. By the time things are really heating up the book ends and the reader is left frustrated and unsatisfied. The premise is that a doctor is working on curing people of being "evil" by surgically altering their brains. He takes an unrepentant serial murderer and plops him into the middle of an elaborate constructed reality a la The Truman Show to see if he can surgically remove [...]

    • Read this one after The Joyners in 3-D, just to see some of Ryan and Marquez's other work. This one seemed more incomplete than Joynersor at least I thought it ended rather abruptly. The art style in this one is very different from that of Joyners (outside of the obvious 3-D issue), and the tone is much darker and more graphic.

    • Awesome graphic novel with an excellent question at its center about evil and the decisions we make. Also, for mature audiences even if my 2-year-old likes the baby on the cover. :)

    • Love/Hate. Loved the premise, the buildup and the artwork was tip top. But the ending? Yeah, could have been better.

    • An interesting read inside the mind of a serial killer and the scientist who is trying to change his nature. It felt unfinished to me though.

    • Rather in the same vein (so to speak) as A Clockwork Orange: The same points are made with some of the same shock value, written by Leibel, Daniel Quantz and RJ Ryan. Interesting, and the art by David Marquez is attractive, but doesn't invoke the reader's horror and pity as did Burgess's novel. I've read elsewhere that "the book was only based on Leibel’s concepts. The actual script [sic] was by Daniel Quantz and RJ Ryan." (Comics Beat, 6/3/2016: comicsbeat) While one of the points of this boo [...]

    • Syndrome's two weaknesses are the ending and a weak development of the story's woman character. But beyond that, I can't rave enough about the plot concept; I was crazy about the perspective shifts; the story has great forward momentum, and each loose end is chewable enough that you don't feel disoriented while reading it, but are still satisfied when it all comes together. Each central character (again, with the exception of Karen Oats) is super intriguing, well thought out, and oddly likable. [...]

    • By far my favorite graphic novel. This needs to be made into a movie. It's like an upgraded version of the Truman Show.

    • The polished art in this book is really well done – it’s not genre-bending or boundary-pushing, but just plain solid, traditional execution. I found quite a few of the characters intriguing, especially the art director and the actress, but at the end of the book I was left wanting more from them. The concept behind the book is that a researcher and Branson-esque billionaire are trying to cure the evil side of human nature, and their methodology is ripe for lots of great storytelling, but at [...]

    • Syndrome is illustrated by David Marquez. Marquez created every page digitally. Since the illustrations are all digital, it makes everything look very clean and streamlined. It really adds to the realism of the story. The story follows a psychiatrist's attempts to cure a sociopath. He teams up with actors and an infamous set designer to create a controlled environment to test his "cure" on a convicted serial killer. (Think something like The Truman Show) I liked the overall premise, but I feel l [...]

    • In Syndrome, a doctor with a radical theory decides to fix the chemical imbalance in the mind of a serial killer to remove his evil impulses. To do that, he experiments on the killer in a controlled environment which is an isolated movie set. An actress with strong improv skills is hired to be bait for the trap as the chemical cure is tested.The art on this tale of victims and killers is clear and crisp, but the story wanders. It's got unnecessary non-linear story telling and paper-thin characte [...]

    • Love the concept behind this story - treating sociopathic behavior as a disease, with surgical/medical intervention. Quick read and excellent graphics. Parts were based in Los Angeles and the images of the city were spot on, I really liked that. Found this gem at the American Library Association Conference and I am so glad I wandered over.

    • El autor de este libro esta condenado por asesinato, después de confundir las escenas de asesinatos de la novela con la vida real D:playgroundmag/noticias

    • I give props to Daniel Quantz. This was like a mix of Warren Ellis and Mark Millar. I'll just echo everyone else's comments that the premise and delivery were outstanding but the weak, sequel set-up ending left a little to be desired.

    • I didn't hate the art, but with the exception of the couple of pages with a 9-panel grid, I found it pretty underwhelming and boring. The story had potential, but in the end, it was over but it felt like it had gotten started.

    • Disclaimer: I know one of the authors, but this graphic novel has a clever concept and is a fun read. The artwork is terrific in some areas; the landscapes, the car crash is great, but weak in others; all the characters.

    • meh. a strong meh, but still a meh. and I haven't seen female characters so objectified sinceever? not a good thing.

    • Syndrome had the potential to be great; as it is, the book leaves way too many loose ends hanging with an all-too neat and tidy ending.

    • Disappointing. It's a great concept, but not much story. I'm unclear what anyone learns or accomplishes by the end.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *