Rohan en el Louvre

Rohan en el Louvre Jap n Un verano hace diez a os Rohan Kishibe es un mangaka principiante que pasa sus vacaciones en casa de su abuela donde conoce a una extra a joven Nanase Fujikura quien le cuenta la historia de

  • Title: Rohan en el Louvre
  • Author: Hirohiko Araki
  • ISBN: 9788896573792
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jap n Un verano, hace diez a os Rohan Kishibe es un mangaka principiante que pasa sus vacaciones en casa de su abuela, donde conoce a una extra a joven, Nanase Fujikura, quien le cuenta la historia de un antiguo pintor y de la nica pintura que de l existe y que se conserva en el museo del Louvre, en Par s La fascinaci n que Rohan sentir por la muchacha y por ese cuadJap n Un verano, hace diez a os Rohan Kishibe es un mangaka principiante que pasa sus vacaciones en casa de su abuela, donde conoce a una extra a joven, Nanase Fujikura, quien le cuenta la historia de un antiguo pintor y de la nica pintura que de l existe y que se conserva en el museo del Louvre, en Par s La fascinaci n que Rohan sentir por la muchacha y por ese cuadro lo llevar a os m s tarde, cuando se haya convertido en un mangaka de reconocida fama, hasta la pinacoteca parisina Ser en los almacenes subterr neos del Louvre donde localice la pintura, una pintura maldita que esconde y absorbe en su interior los secretos y el dolor de todos los seres humanos que hasta ella se acercan Pero la pintura, adem s, muestra una imagen el retrato de la esposa del pintor quien fue condenado a morir por infringir la ley y que es ni m s ni menos que Nanase Rohan descubrir que se trata de su antepasada y que su presencia estaba destinada a mitigar el sufrimiento y el odio que el cuadro era capaz de evocar.001 Ediciones ofrece la segunda entrega de la colecci n de Novelas Gr ficas producidas en colaboraci n con el Museo del Louvre, tras El cielo sobre el Louvre de Jean Claude Carri re y Bernar Yslaire En esta ocasi n el autor escogido es el japon s Hirohiko Araki, c lebre por sus mangas sobre los j venes y sus referentes culturales en especial, los musicales En Rohan en el Louvre, Araki ofrece una narraci n en la que las emociones y la fantas a se dan la mano desde los s tanos de la m s c lebre pinacoteca del mundo Amor, arte y magia se unen en un acercamiento entre las culturas de oriente y occidente a trav s de las vi etas.

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    • Hirohiko Araki

      Hirohiko Araki is a Japanese manga artist.He left school before graduation from Miyagi University of Education.Favorites Enjoys the baseball manga Kyojin No Hoshii Star of the Giants Enjoys the videogames Mario Kart and BombermanLikes Prince and other African American singers, as well as jazz, rock and rap.He has received the Tezuka Award.

    407 thoughts on “Rohan en el Louvre

    • This appears to have been published jointly with the Louvre, which is odd because it is not only quite bad but also has very little to do with any real art (there's some made-up painting that is "black" aka evil, which we barely see).Other Louvre-sponsored graphic novels (listed in the back cover, not read by me):On the Odd HoursGlacial PeriodThe Sky Over the LouvreAn excellent graphic novel that is actually about the Louvre, for those interested in art:Cruising Through the Louvre


    • I'm seeing a lot of reviews of people who are complaining about some aspects of the book due mostly to their unfamiliarity with Araki's work. I can sympathize, since some information is thrown at the reader very fast which would be almost second nature to anyone who has kept up with 25 years of Araki's "Jojo' Bizarre Adventure" series, from which the character of Rohan is taken. In a dream world everyone would go read that immediately as its strange blend of Holmesian sleuthing and homoerotic ar [...]


    • is Rohan a recurring Araki character? the "reading faces" thing was inserted so blithely it made me think so. either way, the art's fantastic. I mean, no human could strike some of the poses, but who cares.


    • Reseña de D. Maula para su blog "Viviendo Jojo":viviendo-jojo/¡Rohan en el Louvre, por fin!Hace algunas semanas, anuncié que iba a publicarse en España "Rohan en el Louvre".En aquella ocasión ya conté cómo nació este especial e hice un resumen de la historia.Tras varios retrasos que hacían temer lo peor, el pasado viernes, por fin, lo podíamos encontrar ya a la venta en las librerías.Sin duda un día histórico para los fans de Jojo de habla hispana, pues por desgracia en nuestros pa [...]


    • Lo había arrancado en francés en una edición "fotografiada" por un fan. Pero este fan no la fotografió entera ni mi manejo del francés es tan bueno como para disfrutarlo plenamente. Ahora que se dio el milagro de una traducción española, sólo queda esperar a que llegue y a rezar porque el precio no sea vejatorio.


    • Most beautiful and evocative drawings I've ever seen.3/5 for the story, 10/5 for the aesthetics, color pallet, and feel.


    • This book had absolutely astounding art. The story was a bit like a creepypasta but the gore in it and the stories that unfolded and stay folded left you questioning everything. I love books and/or short stories that leave you with just the right amount of information to draw your own explanation and/or importance about the book. I've recently gotten into Jojo and my brother lended me this after I watched part 4. This was truly brilliant.


    • This took me no more than maybe 40 minutes to read. It is an (extremely short) short story about a mysterious japanese painting that is hidden in the Louvre. Rohan Kishibe, a wealthy, fashionable mangaka (with the power to literally read people's mind) heard about this painting when he was younger, and after not finding enough info, decides to go to the Louvre and use his celebrity status to see this magnificent work of art in person. He never expected what he'd get into. Akin to a Tintin or Ind [...]


    • Have you ever read a graphic novel that, as you reached the end, you sat back and was overwhelmed by the sheer quality of it? Hirohiko Araki's Rohan at the Louvre qualifies as one of those graphic novels for me. It is a visually stunning love letter to the most famous art museum in the world, the Louvre, as well as the manga medium in general. If this is just a sample of what Hirohiko Araki can do, it boggles my mind that more of his work isn't available in English. Or shall we be doomed to be l [...]


    • If you're a fan of JJB and Rohan, you are going to enjoy this ghost story. Because that's what it is. But if you're in it for the rest of the cast (Josuke, Okuyasu, and Koichi) then you're going to be disappointed. It's all about Rohan. Araki's art is still gorgeous, and it adds a little more depth to Rohan's character, or adding to the depth that was already found in the series. Overall, enjoyable.


    • Este tío tiene un dibujo flipante, con un colorido asombroso, pero en cuanto a la historia, además de extremadamente corta, parece que no te cuenta nada. No tiene nada hilado, no te resuelve nada. Intenta proponerte un misterio que no termina de aclarar y acabas leyendo algo que parece un libro de ilustraciones con 4 palabras de vez en cuando.Merece la pena por el dibujo, pero por el precio que tiene, es un poco descompensado.


    • Interesting story, but I didn't think the execution was very good.A manga artist discovers a painting of pure evil in the Louvre. Unspeakable evil. The dialogue's stilted and the pacing (especially once the horror starts) feels really, really off. I can't decide if this book just isn't very good, or if I'm just not the intended audience for it.Has some nice stylistic touches, but in all . . . meh.


    • Hirohiko Araki despliega al gran Rohan Kishi en las poses anatómicamente imposibles que caracterizan a sus Jojos. Los paneles son hermosos, los money shots sublimes. La historia del cuadro maldito es arbitraria y poco desarrollada. Este libro es más art book que novela gráfica.


    • The artwork is great, and it builds up well, but the climax is confusing and then it devolves into a lot of explanation at the end. And I don't really see why it needs to read right-to-left. That was hard to get used to.


    • My children (8 and 11) were enchanted by the premise, the costumes and the fantasy of this story. The younger one couldn't completely follow the story but neither could I and we decided we liked the mystery of it all. Visually stunning. we all paged through it again after reading.


    • Good comic and you don't need to be at the date with the Jojo's Bizarre Adventure universe (yes, there are some things but is not big deal). The main problem of this manga is the duration: Is a little bit short.


    • The story was kind of ???? which I think is sort of generally Araki's thing, but something else that is also Araki's thing: badass art.



    • El arte es espectacular y la trama es interesante. En lo unico que falla este trabajo es en el desenlace. Una conclusion confusa y de poco sentido que le quita valor a la historia completa.


    • Beautiful pastel coloring and great visual composition. The plot is basically creepypasta but it's delivered well. Dialogue is stilted and prosaic, perhaps from translation.


    • ok, this was a little odd. I liked the story though and the art was interesting even though the characters were often in quite tortured positions.



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