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Naja Author Jean-David Morvan

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Ro When another killer in Zero's organization targets Naja for elimination she has no choice but to fall off the grid and seek answers as bloody as they might be Written by internatio WritingOh dear

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Naja is the perfect killer because she feels nothing Literally Her body registers no pain nor does her heart coldly executing jobs given to her by her mysterious boss known only as Ze I made it to p

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10 thoughts on “Naja Author Jean-David Morvan

  1. says:

    Bullet ReviewOMG SRSLY WTF WAS THAT???To those who didn't like City of Bones because of the JaceClarity fake sibling thing DO NOT READ THISMy brain is in pieces all over the office


  2. says:

    I made it to page 86 I was surprised when I saw that number; I thought I must have been at least on page 386 That's how draaaaaged ouuuuuuuut this felt I don't feel like wasting my time writing a detailed review of how utterly bad and unoriginal this was but just think Jason Bourne meets La Femme Nikita meets a hefty does of French academic prolixity Naja herself is a non entity her mission to rescue her friend is pointless and I don't even know what happens after that because I uit I mean she was prancing around a Central American prison in something that would be a staple of Rihanna's wardrobe which is only practical if you are Rihanna but not if you are incognito in a prison The absolute worst part of this mess however was the weird digression into the author's personal views on Haiti Naja hates Haitians She could admire their ancestors slaves who earned their freedom through toil and struggle but they used exactly the same purification methods as their former masters cleansing the island of everyone with white skin THEN the author uotes Christophe Darigny a white scholar who wrote Haïti n'existe pas Haiti Does Not Exist or possibly There Is No Haiti Yes thank you Frenchman for your dismissal of Haitians and their way of life I thank you for your judgmental attitude because that totally helps people who are in poverty uelle connerieAlso the translation of this is really awful Most of it sounds direct from the French instead of idiomatic English EeeeI received an ARC of this title from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review


  3. says:

    Naja is also a woman who feels no pain neither inside nor out It makes her the perfect assassin; number three in Zero's arsenal She does not uestion her purpose When Zero gives an order she follows it Until she discovers that number one and number two are out to kill her by order of ZeroNaja's story is narrated by a mysterious third party who has done his or her research on Naja and knows far than any casual observer should know It's an interesting concept and the art is sharp capturing Naja's cold stillness in one moment and swift and deadly action in the next In spite of a strong set up the story plods along such that by the time it gets to the big reveal I'd already lost interest Both the characters and the story had a lot of potential but it ultimately lacked the depth and pacing to keep my attention


  4. says:

    Naja hates everything and everyone She is the number three assassin of the organisation she works for She doesn't know who her boss is doesn't uestion why she has to kill doesn't feel anything other than hate Well guess what Naja? Other than loving the main character I got to a point where I lost my interest in the story too and it's really a shame since I loved it at first Nothing is explained in the first half it all seems very random and while I am sure it gets explained hopefully later on at that point I couldn't have cared less


  5. says:

    WritingOh dear This was sadly not the best comic I've ever read It was all over the place and not in a good way I did care about the characters and I liked Naja a lot but I absolutely could not get past some of the very weird plot twists and turns The idea was original but the writing itself left a lot to be desiredIt was hard to follow and honestly a bit porn y in parts yes that's a technical term I'm not automatically turned off by sex and nudity in comics but in this one it had that salacious only there for titillation feeling I feel like in a comic about a tough merciless female assassin the sexy parts didn't add to the story and were there just to be there It didn't fit with my view of Naja she's presented as this hardcore heartless killer but she's given no sexual agency The nudesex scenes don't show her as taking any action only being acted upon most commonly against her willwhile restrained It just didn't fit her character and felt very male gaze directedEntertainment ValueDespite my complaints about the writing I do have to say that I stayed late at work in order to finish this one It's not all bad as I mentioned above I liked the plot for the most part and I liked Naja's characters with the exception of her sex scenes I was into the story and wanted to find out how things would turn out But I was HUGELY disappointed with the ending Things took such a bizarre and unrelatableunlikable turn at the end that I felt really let downOverallI mean it's not the worst I've ever read but ultimately it's also not one I'm going to recommend to others There were interesting edge of my seat parts but they were overshadowed by the salacious feeling sex and the crazy ending


  6. says:

    ✮ Read this review and like it on The Last Page ✮What a shame The comic had an interesting concept and started off pretty well but in the end was really lacking Naja is a badass to be certain but she has almost no personality She was the stereotypical ruthless femme fatale and not much than that The other assassins from Zero’s organization were genuinely interesting and the fights were memorable I just wish I could have cared about Naja The plot drags for the first few volumes and I had wished for a little from the storyI ended up regretting that wishThe that was revealed the it just seemed like torture porn The sad part is even after some traumatic experiences from Naja’s past was revealed I didn’t find myself feeling much for her characterThe comic crashed and burned spectacularly with the final volume honestly leaving me feeling rather angry and disgusted It seemed to me that the story was almost like a twisted retelling of Romeo and Juliet tragic star crossed lovers with a sprinkling of incest It was disturbing in the worst way possible and I honestly wish I hadn’t finished the series offOn the bright side the art style is modern and edgy and very easily one of the best aspects of the comic The action seuences are fast and bloody and were fun to read Overall I can’t recommend this one given the weak story but Bengal’s art is definitely something to admireDisclaimer Received a copy for review from the publisher via NetGalley


  7. says:

    Naja kicks ass She kicks SO MUCH ass The action never stopped and I loved that each issue brought details into individual characters all while keeping Naja as the focus The writing was solid and the colours we stunning it's rare to find a graphic novel that keeps you on your toes to such an extreme The OMFG factor is incredibly high I was content with how they explained the abuse Naja experienced but slightly annoyed that once again a woman could only be violent because of prior assaults Also the immune to pain thing was interesting but then became creepy I admit to still being a little confused by the ending pre epilogue but I enjoyed the prior issues so much that they negated any confusion I'm excited for the next volume and I hope that they explain about relationships and emotions There is so much I want to say about this but alas I want you to read it for yourself But message me if you want to flaildiscuss


  8. says:

    The art was decent here and the oversize book is very well put together But the narrator is never revealed the ending falls a bit flat in the big reveal at the end


  9. says:

    A graphic novel for a change It's not the most original throughout but it has a very interesting graphic style and is written well It's short and reaches a conclusion which is important to me in a graphic novel I liked the censoring of names it adds to the feeling of the story The last part was a bit jumbled up but overall it was a nice read


  10. says:

    it got confusing towards the moment everything revealed even after excluding the back and forth timelines and the narration sounds like trying too hard to be cynical and i really don't get the 'epilogue' part at all