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  • Title: Dollhouse: Epitaphs
  • Author: Andrew Chambliss Jed Whedon Maurissa Tancharoen Cliff Richards Andy Owens
  • ISBN: 9781595828637
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Paperback

  • The Rossum Corporation s Dollhouse technology has gone viral with a synchronized phone call that wiped the minds of everyone it reached, turning them into mindless killers Those who avoided the call including show favorites Echo, Alpha, Mag, Zone, and Griff must try to survive in the sudden apocalypse and be wary of Rossum s expansive technological reach This is only theThe Rossum Corporation s Dollhouse technology has gone viral with a synchronized phone call that wiped the minds of everyone it reached, turning them into mindless killers Those who avoided the call including show favorites Echo, Alpha, Mag, Zone, and Griff must try to survive in the sudden apocalypse and be wary of Rossum s expansive technological reach This is only the beginning Collects the complete Dollhouse Epitaphs miniseries.
    Andrew Chambliss Jed Whedon Maurissa Tancharoen Cliff Richards Andy Owens
    Andrew Chambliss is an American television writer and producer He is well known for working on series such as Dollhouse, The Vampire Diaries, and Once Upon a Time.


    Commentaires:

    Robert
    This series is very similar indeed to the Serenity comics, in that they attempt to fill in gaps left by the premature curtailment of the stories told during both series' TV runs. I re-watched Season 2 of Dollhouse in preparation for reading this and that re-familiarisation was probably necessary as I'd forgotten a lot of details from Epitaph 2 (the final episode) that this fairly short comic run attempted to explain. (My memory was hung up on the Magic Bomb plot device that still annoys me - eve [...]

    Bry
    When this show was on television I watched every episode - not because I loved it but because like Fox I was a bit gun shy to give up after only 1 season. Firefly taught us all a lesson. Sadly though season 2 didn't make it much better for me. And now this story picks up where the series ended, and correlates with the future episodes the show did. First - the art because that is the most important part of graphic novels to me. I love the coloring in this. The colors during a majority of the stor [...]

    Kate
    I’m a huge Dollhouse fan. I was devastated when it was taken off the air and was left with so many question – the biggest and most mysterious of these was: What happened in between the end of season 2 and the Epitaphs?This graphic novel starts to answer that question. Previously published as a set of five issues, now bound in one handle volume, it’s a must have for any Dollhouse fan. The storyline is true to the TV series and the illustrations are brilliant.Alpha is my favourite character [...]

    Nikki
    I haven't actually seen Dollhouse, but I heard good things about it and I generally trust Joss Whedon's imagination, ever since I saw Firefly. So, when I saw this on Netgalley, I requested it and read it as soon as I was given access to it. The art is great throughout: the artist/s captured the actors very well, and it all comes together nicely. I think I liked the scenes of Alpha's fragmenting hold on his personalities most -- I wouldn't have believed, knowing Firefly so well, that you could ma [...]

    Artemy
    I just finished watching Dollhouse the TV show, and I grabbed the comic book immediately after that. Now, I do think that the show managed to tie a lot of lose ends remarkably well, considering the limited time they had left after the news of cancellation. But it is still nice to have this comic to clear up some of the questions left unanswered. Basically, if you liked Dollhouse — and I did, a lot — you will most likely enjoy this book. It's not required reading, not many important things ar [...]

    Jennifer
    Why read: Received for reviewWhat impressed me: Epitaphs starts off after the Dollhouse TV series ended, managing to both continue the story as well as remind fans of what went down those last few episodes without rehashing ad nauseum. Fan favorites are easily recognizable, visually as well as through action and dialogue. Dollhouse was a constant build up towards its way too early conclusion and this first volume of Epitaphs gives more of the same - building up to something even bigger.What disa [...]

    Sarah
    This review was originally published onClear Eyes, Full Shelves.I adored the television series Dollhouse and was thrilled to learn that it's continuing in graphic novel form--unfortunately, this installment disappointed. If you're not familiar with Dollhouse, the television show developed a cult following in 2009-2010 with it's captivating stories of an evil corporation that ran an underground network of "dollhouses" that allowed wealthy clients to rent people whose personalities had been wipe [...]

    Beth Dawkins
    Dollhouse was a T.V. show that ran for two seasons. It was actually set to be canceled after season one, but the fans raised hell, and season two came around. When the show originally aired I admit I didn’t watch it. Mostly because during that time my T.V. watching was limited to whatever my parents had on when I visited. Later I started watching the first season on Netflix, and then basically sacrificed a couple days for both seasons, yea, it was that good. The comic starts after Echo takes d [...]

    David Caldwell
    This graphic novel collects the Dollhouse 1-shot and issues 1-5 of the Dollhouse series.The story is set after Echo has made it out of the Dollhouse. The technology used to create dolls has been fully weaponized. A signal can be sent over phones to make a person either blank slate doll or a murderous killing machine. Most of the people who become blank slates are killed very quickly by the butchers. Ivy manages to download herself to help some of the lucky few who didn't answer their phones. Alp [...]

    Christopher
    great start to the epitaph series, though the book could use some explanation for Rossum's motivation.

    The Lost Dreamer
    I loved the TV series and I always thought that it could keep going as a comic. Anyway, this story is far from que quality levels of most of the TV episodes. The best point of the post-apocalypse distopia after the "doll" technology goes out of control is that in the TV series we only get a glympse of how fucked up the world ends up being. Two episodes of that was more than enough to provide a perfect feeling of what the whole series was about. This story happens shortly after the first outbreak [...]

    Ithlilian
    I hate to slap this rating out there with everyone else's butI could barely force myself to finish this. I enjoyed the show, Joss Whedon is great, but this lacked substance. I felt disconnected from the characters, like it was an idea: brainwash people via a phone call, and then it was just let's force "dialogue" to explain that idea. They tried to explore the looks versus personality thing, the killing beings that used to be people is bad thing, and the Alpha multiple personalities thing but it [...]

    Michelle
    I'm disappointed. I'm not honestly sure if I would rate this as high as I am if I didn't have such tremendous love for Dollhouse. The art isn't bad, but it doesn't excite me. It's good but not beautiful. Everything interesting in the story stems from the existing Dollhouse universe. Nothing intriguing is added. It doesn't even truly cover much of what happens in the gap between the main series and the Epitaph episodes. It skims over some stuff and simply doesn't address others.Altogether, I woul [...]

    Christine
    Yes, please. I miss this show and the 5 year gap between the actual show of the LA Dollhouse and the last episode where the 'Apocalypse' has already happened definitely needs to be filled in. (At least, I think it's a 5 year gap. It might be more or less, can't quite remember.) Also, seeing Alan Tudyk's character Alpha argue with himself was both terrifying and fascinating. That needs to happen more.Looking forward to the next volume!

    Jim
    I really liked the television series, especially the first year, but I really didn't like this effort, neither the art or the story. Disappointed.

    Shawn
    Absolutely disappointing. Very boring.

    John
    A great look at the start of the apocalypse. A must read for anyone who enjoyed the show.

    Sharlene
    I stumbled upon this while browsing the library's comic catalogue. It's been some years since I've seen the TV series and it was fun re-entering the world of Alpha and Ivy and Echo. Apparently this comic is takes place after the series and before the "Epitaphs" episode. The Active tech is going viral. Great illustrations. I loved how the characters look just like the actors! Good storyline too. Makes me want a rewatch

    Brendan Diamond
    Wow. Filling in a small piece of the puzzle that bridges the end of Dollhouse proper and the two "Epitaph" episodes, this graphic novella captures the tone and tenor of what I've long argued is Joss Whedon's most thought-provoking work without sacrificing the show's integrity to the far more malleable medium of the comic book. Epitaphs would have made an excellent two-part episode, and it's a worthy heir to a phenomenal series.

    Lisa
    I know The Dollhouse gets alot of flack but I loved it but I loved Firefly and Buffy and I liked that this showed a bit of backstory between events and would love to see more. It reminds of the Jericho comics that take off where the show left off.

    Shipofools999
    Did a nice job filling in some gaps between the main body of the show and the Epitaph episodes. Want more.Still want to know why Rossum Corp wanted people to be brain dead killers. I thought the release of the tech was an accident but this detailed out how it was on purpose.

    Taygus
    But great, doesn't fill any important details in. Peetty dissapointing.

    Alisa
    Reminds me so much of the spirit of the series - fast-paced, great dialogue, high stakes, and high-minded sci fi goodness.

    Sarah
    Really well-done. Helps fill some story gaps. I wanted more of my favourites (Victor, Sierra and Topher are all absent), but Ivy & Alpha and a little bit of Echo was good enough. I’d love more.

    pianogal
    Blah. Not a fan of the series, not a fan of this comic. *shrug*

    Elizabeth Tosspon
    Honestly I'm not a huge fan of comic books but I was a big fan of the show so it was fun to revisit the story. Would have loved to see this story on screen.

    usagi ☆ミ
    First, a huge thanks to Dark Horse for putting this awesome book up on NetGalley for the (reviewing) world to request and read! I was really pleasantly surprised when I saw it up there – I just had to request it. And you know what? This one book collects all five of the original issues that make up the “Epitaphs” mini-series and all of the awesomeness contained therein. And yet, while you get the “complete” story of how the Rossum mindwipe thoughtpocalypse starts, it doesn’t exactly [...]

    Kelly
    Dollhouse lives!Dollhouse is easily my favorite Joss Whedon project – and, because I watched it in real time, its premature cancellation crushed me all the more. (Knowing that Firefly only got 14 episodes going in made the end a tiny bit easier to bear.) When recommended Dollhouse Volume 1: Epitaphs, I nearly fell out of my seat with shock and excitement. As someone who doesn’t normally read comics, Dollhouse had slipped under my radar. Forever late to the party.Epitaphs is a must for anyon [...]

    Jenn
    I am bonkers for Joss Whedon. Absolutely bonkers. I love pretty much everything the man does, though Dollhouse is not my favourite of his creations. I think it's a neat idea with a lot of potential but the show didn't really capitalize on that, for a variety of reasons that have been eloquently discussed on other sites. Possibly my favourite part of the series were the Epitaph episodes, which look at the world in the near future, when the technology that the Rossum Corporation developed to creat [...]

    Wesley
    This book collects the Epitaphs one-shot and the following five issue mini-series. It was written by Andrew Chambliss, Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon. All three were also involved with the writing on the TV series upon which the book was based and especially on the two season finales that were set in the same post apocalyptic world. The art was by Cliff Richards and Andy Owens with some exceptional covers by Phil Noto.The story has two strands. The first follows Maggie, Zone and Griffin as t [...]

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