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by Peter Milligan

Author: Peter Milligan
Subcategory: Graphic Novels
Language: English
Publisher: Vertigo (December 1, 2004)
Pages: 128 pages
Category: Comics and Graphic Novels
Rating: 4.5
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Written by the always-inventive Peter Milligan and dazzlingly illustrated by Cliff Chiang, HUMAN TARGET: LIVING IN AMERICA continues to explore the shifting boundaries between identity and experience that increasingly define the world of Christopher Chance

Written by the always-inventive Peter Milligan and dazzlingly illustrated by Cliff Chiang, HUMAN TARGET: LIVING IN AMERICA continues to explore the shifting boundaries between identity and experience that increasingly define the world of Christopher Chance. This collection also includes a special behind-the-scenes tour from artist Chiang, featuring step-by-step breakdowns of both covers and story pages of the Harvey-nominated series. Series: Human Target (Book 2). Paperback: 128 pages. Publisher: Vertigo (December 1, 2004).

Human Target: Living in Amerika. Another solid story by Milligan, and a bit more unpredictable than the last two volumes, though it ends on a rather silly note. More than anything, I was glad to have a new artist on the series. While Chiang's style was simplistic and blocky, like Pulido's, Chiang had a less cartoony style, with a greater focus on anatomy and dimension. In the three tales in Human Target: Living in Amerika, Peter Milligan uses character Christopher Chance, master of disguise, to examine the idea of justice. In all three tales, there are surprises for both the reader and for Chance.

In the three tales in Human Target: Living in Amerika, Peter Milligan uses character Christopher Chance, master of disguise, to examine the idea of justice. Even a master of identity like Chance can find himself duped by people’s ability to conceal themselves. The first story, For I Have Sinned contrasts the deeds of a Catholic priest with those of a common hoodlum, and Chance, not G-d, ends the story with his judgment.

Written by Peter Milligan. Human Target (2nd Series): Book 2 - 1st printing. Collects Human Target (2003-2005 2nd Series) Written by Peter Milligan. Art and cover by Cliff Chiang.

Human Target is an espionage-related comic series written by Peter Milligan and published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics. The series was based on the Human Target character created in 1972 by Len Wein and Carmine Infantino. The original Vertigo. The original Vertigo miniseries yielded an original graphic novel and later, an ongoing series. Christopher Chance, alias the Human Target, was a back-up feature created for Superman's title Action Comics comics in the 1970s.

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Writer Peter Milligan uses human chameleon Christopher Chance to. .

Writer Peter Milligan uses human chameleon Christopher Chance to explore the nature of identity. Chance is the world’s best impersonator, and he takes the place of people in danger. In the first story in Human Target: Living in Amerika, he’s pretending to be Father Mike, a priest whose charity work among America’s undesirables - HIV patients, the homeless, immigrants - has made him a target. Next, in the book’s longest story, Chance is required to take the place of someone who’s himself living a secret life

From the back cover: Religion. Sex. Politics. The nation's most sacred topics take some startling twists for the world's greatest impersonator, Christopher Chance -- THE HUMAN TARGET. Two of the cases are favors, one is an accident, and none of them go as planned: A promise to a dying man in "For I Have Sinned" leads Chance to an unexpected confrontation with the wages of sin and redemption; buried secrets from three decades past come back to haunt the remnants of '60's idealism in "Which Way the Wind Blows"; and an aging con gets one last taste of freedom -- among other things -- in "Five Days Grace." Written by the always-inventive Peter Milligan and dazzlingly illustrated by Cliff Chiang, HUMAN TARGET: LIVING IN AMERICA continues to explore the shifting boundaries between identity and experience that increasingly define the world of Christopher Chance. This collection also includes a special behind-the-scenes tour from artist Chiang, featuring step-by-step breakdowns of both covers and story pages of the Harvey-nominated series.