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Al parecer Enigma el héroe de la infancia de Michael Smith ha cobrado vida y ha salido de las páginas de un cómic Ahora Michael siente el deseo irrefrenable de encontrarlo una obsesión que amenaza con destruir el mundoENIGMA UN RELATO SOBRE OBSESIONES SEXUALES LAGARTOS VOLADORES Y SUPERHÉROES


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    'Shade' is still The Book for me when it comes to comics I've read Moore Gaiman Ellis and Morrison but none were ever struck as true In terms of humor depth of psychology insight and variance in ideas only Moore's 'Swamp Thing' comes close but it's still not as unusualYet in the intervening years I didn't return to Milligan He is less visible than those other authors and my stumbling across Shade when I did was a mere coincidence Only recently have any collections been made available and those only cover the weakest part But it is only natural to return to the source I have sought elsewhere for his equal and missed him so my road leads back to Milligan and it would be hard to pick a remarkable book than EnigmaIf Shade parallels Swamp Thing then Enigma is a thematic companion to Watchmen and flat out superior if we believe Morrison's sidelong jab at Moore I wouldn't say their styles invite a one for one comparison but I do agree that Milligan's is the most literary voice in comicsDespite being shorter Milligan's deconstruction it is less narrow in focus less suggestive organic and revelatory less drunk on its own political transgression 'Enigma' plays with power reality and the farce of superheroes but is drawn not with the cold harsh lines of watchmen but a confused and lifelike dreamI have come to know good writers by this sign that they make inescapable a vision you never could have accepted without them Milligan has this kind of insight and wit and a wry self consciousness the sort that Morrison has always counterfeited in an attempt to reverse engineer clevernessThere is rarely a false note in Milligan He speaks with post modern realism always playing with the audience turning words back on themselves revealing the world through the inadequacy of dualism His works have verisimilitude in their details in their absurdity in their unwillingness to settle on a single viewThis book is often difficult often unpleasant I can't say I always enjoyed it but can easily say that it was good well written with a strong voice unpredictable it forced me to think and to feel at onceFegredo's art is likewise difficult He is a very skilled draughtsman deceptively skilled The art is messy scattered and free sometimes the story gets lost in the experiment but when he needed to he could hit the high points and do it well Beauty confusion sex pain and death play across the page each recognizable each palpableIt's remarkable that a mainstream publisher had the courage to publish such an unusual book and speaks of a strong editorial staff concerned not merely with their market but with the evolution of the medium I can only hope that publishers and companies of the future will recognize the importance not just of sales but of the long lasting effect of making available original adventurous visions like EnigmaAt first I found the story somewhat all too similar to Shade and while I enjoyed Shade I needed Milligan to do something new to challenge himself as he had continuously done in that series But Shade also started slow so I kept with it It unfolds its struts built of surprising human moments each poignant beneath the a wild surreal magical canopy Finally Milligan manages to do the hardest thing in writing to deliver the ending the work deserves There is resolution yet we realize that we already knew it the mysteries had been germinating in our minds and now that the end is here we wish we could change the question that we had once begged him to answer But the new question is already lost on the wind and it is in that moment between conclusion and the implication of something greater that we find ourselves utterly gripped He takes us on a journey we see the sights discrete moments and memories and then he drops us off where he picked us up Yet on disembarking we cannot help but feel that in some indescribable nagging way the world he has kindly returned us to is not the one we left My Suggested Readings in Comics