Nevada

Nevada As a Las Vegas showgirl who performs onstage with her pet ostrich Nevada s greatest daily concerns are her stalking ex boyfriend and the future of her job But when a bizarre series of murders occur a

  • Title: Nevada
  • Author: Steve Gerber Phil Winslade Steve Leialoha Dick Giordano
  • ISBN: 9781563895180
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • As a Las Vegas showgirl who performs onstage with her pet ostrich, Nevada s greatest daily concerns are her stalking ex boyfriend and the future of her job But when a bizarre series of murders occur at the hotel that she works at, the street tough dancer suddenly finds herself thrust into the middle of a cosmic crisis Now with her beloved ostrich by her side and a drunkeAs a Las Vegas showgirl who performs onstage with her pet ostrich, Nevada s greatest daily concerns are her stalking ex boyfriend and the future of her job But when a bizarre series of murders occur at the hotel that she works at, the street tough dancer suddenly finds herself thrust into the middle of a cosmic crisis Now with her beloved ostrich by her side and a drunken mystic as her sage, Nevada must simultaneously deal with alternate dimensions and accidental time travel as she tries to stop a celestial takeover of her hotel and world.

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  • Steve Gerber Phil Winslade Steve Leialoha Dick Giordano

    Steve Gerber graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in communications and took a job in advertising To keep himself sane, he wrote bizarre short stories such as Elves Against Hitler, Conversion in a Terminal Subway, and And the Birds Hummed Dirges He noticed acquaintance Roy Thomas working at Marvel, and Thomas sent him Marvel s standard writing test, dialoguing Daredevil art He was soon made a regular on Daredevil and Sub Mariner, and the newly created Man Thing, the latter of which pegged him as having a strong personal style intellectual, introspective, and literary In one issue, he introduced an anthropomorphic duck into a horror fantasy, because he wanted something weird and incongruous, and Thomas made the character, named for Gerber s childhood friend Howard, fall to his apparent death in the following issue Fans were outraged, and the character was revived in a new and deeply personal series Gerber said in interview that the joke of Howard the Duck is that there is no joke The series was existential and dealt with the necessities of life, such as finding employment to pay the rent Such unusual fare for comicbooks also informed his writing on The Defenders Gerber eventually lost a lawsuit for control of the character when he was defending the artist s delayed paychecks for the series.

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  • I liked the story a lot, and the main character; I'd give this book 5 stars if the protagonist's body parts weren't a character all by themselves in the artwork.


  • Gerber is terrific. One of the greats from the old days. I know that that the movie "Howard the Duck" is supposed to be one of the worst films ever made, but the comic book that it was based on was terrific. And that's allll Gerber. Nice to see that he got the free reign of the Vertigo imprint to tell this thoroughly bizarre story. Artwork is really nice, as well.


  • Not even the homeless dishwasher would read this smut. (Even though he asks me everyday where he can find three dancing ladies and a box of pizza.) However, if you like comic tales of dancing showgirls and their oversized pets, it's not bad.


  • Usual Gerber weirdness! But so entertaining. Winslade's art is so nice and the weirdness is beautifully portrayed. I always assumed the ostrich was a Howard the Duck device (Gerber invented him) but it's an ostrich and nothing more. As usual with Steve Gerber the universe is at stake



  • Brilliant and Bizarre at the same time.Takes a lot to get use to and i didn't understand many part's, but the part's you do understand makes it awesome.Its quite a lot on the weird side. Decent Art


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