Ivar, Timewalker, Volume 2: Breaking History

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Ivar, Timewalker, Volume 2: Breaking History ★ [PDF / Epub] ☄ Ivar, Timewalker, Volume 2: Breaking History By Fred Van Lente ✪ – Polishdarling.co.uk A little confused by time travel Don t worry, these guys don t really understand it either So they re breaking history With the universe on the brink of destruction, Ivar must turn to his closest rela Volume 2: Kindle Ï A little confused by time travel Don t worry, these guys don t really understand it either So they re breaking history With the universe on the brink of destruction, Ivar must turn to his closest Ivar, Timewalker, ePUB Ù relatives Armstrong and Gilad Anni Padda to save Neela Sethi from the machinations of the Prometheans The problem These three guys couldn t be further apart Time doesn t heal all wounds as the assault on Oblivibegins Timewalker, Volume 2: Kindle × Join New York Times best selling writer Fred Van Lente Archer Armstrong and rising star Francis Portela Green Lantern Corps as they kick off the next volume of the series that io calls impressively shocking Collecting Ivar, Timewalker.

    Download Book Best Sellers in PDF format the machinations of the Prometheans The problem These three guys couldn t be further apart Time doesn t heal all wounds as the assault on Oblivibegins Timewalker, Volume 2: Kindle × Join New York Times best selling writer Fred Van Lente Archer Armstrong and rising star Francis Portela Green Lantern Corps as they kick off the next volume of the series that io calls impressively shocking Collecting Ivar, Timewalker."/>
  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • Ivar, Timewalker, Volume 2: Breaking History
  • Fred Van Lente
  • English
  • 03 February 2019
  • 1939346835

About the Author: Fred Van Lente

Volume 2: Kindle Ï Fred Van Lente is the New York Times bestselling author of comics as varied as Archer Armstrong Harvey Award nominee, Best Series , Taskmaster, MODOK s , Amazing Spider Man, Conan the Avenger, Weird Detective, and Ivar, Timewalker, ePUB Ù Cowboys Aliens upon which the movie was based , as well as the novels Ten Dead Comedians and The Con Artist Van Lente also specializes in entertaining readers with offbeat histories with the help of his Timewalker, Volume 2: Kindle × incredibly talented artists He has written the multiple award winning Action Philosophers , The Comic Book History of Comics, Action Presidents all drawn by Ryan Dunlavey , and The Comic Book Story of Basketball with Joe Cooper Ten Speed September He lives in Brooklyn with his wife Crystal Skillman, and some mostly ungrateful cats.



10 thoughts on “Ivar, Timewalker, Volume 2: Breaking History

  1. Anne Anne says:

    Breaking History was another fun and wacky volume of Ivar, with the bonus of both of his brothers coming along reluctantly for the ride.The characters in this are so interesting that it makes me want to go back and see what I can find with some of the older material Especially Neela I mean, future Neela is kind of an asshole, but her younger self is kinda awesome.I don t know how to explain this thing, other than to say it s a really fun take on the time travel genre Most of the things I hat Breaking History was another fun and wacky volume of Ivar, with the bonus of both of his brothers coming along reluctantly for the ride.The characters in this are so interesting that it makes me want to go back and see what I can find with some of the older material Especially Neela I mean, future Neela is kind of an asshole, but her younger self is kinda awesome.I don t know how to explain this thing, other than to say it s a really fun take on the time travel genre Most of the things I hate about these sorts of stories are fixed with the sheer level of irreverence that this title has for things like the Butterfly Effect Time travel is fun now What Yes Crazy but true

  2. Crystal Starr Light Crystal Starr Light says:

    Bullet Review Ivar teams up with his pesky siblings to try to retrieve Neela Neela meets Future Neela and invents time travel.Now that I wrote that out, it sounds incredibly dry and boring perhaps I m missing a career in sapping the life of out everything meaningful and worthwhile , but I don t feel like it was all that bad Sure, I hate Ivar, I hate the fact that Ivar steals Neela all over the world and suddenly it s twoo wub, but eh I read Casanova Quinn, which was equally if notcon Bullet Review Ivar teams up with his pesky siblings to try to retrieve Neela Neela meets Future Neela and invents time travel.Now that I wrote that out, it sounds incredibly dry and boring perhaps I m missing a career in sapping the life of out everything meaningful and worthwhile , but I don t feel like it was all that bad Sure, I hate Ivar, I hate the fact that Ivar steals Neela all over the world and suddenly it s twoo wub, but eh I read Casanova Quinn, which was equally if notconvoluted, so this wasn t too bad.Volume 3, here we come

  3. Marcela Marcela says:

    I really enjoy these books, but I d recommend reading the volumes close together I waited a while between 1 and 2 and couldn t figure out what was going on half of the time.

  4. Shelly Shelly says:

    An intriguing, time bending tale about saving the future about a time traveler and the woman who invented time travel Or something like that Things get complicated and the phrase saving yourself from yourself comes to mind This is very timey wimey, wibbly wobbly in the vernacular of Doctor Who Ivar gets his brothers involved in an attempt to save Neela from her future self before history is destroyed Like Neela, I keep feeling we re not being told everything, but that just adds to the ap An intriguing, time bending tale about saving the future about a time traveler and the woman who invented time travel Or something like that Things get complicated and the phrase saving yourself from yourself comes to mind This is very timey wimey, wibbly wobbly in the vernacular of Doctor Who Ivar gets his brothers involved in an attempt to save Neela from her future self before history is destroyed Like Neela, I keep feeling we re not being told everything, but that just adds to the appeal I want to knowabout what s truly going on

  5. 47Time 47Time says:

    The fast paced and very funny story continues with somecharacters, plenty of probably fictitious tech stuff, great dialogue and gorgeous art Really, why wouldn t you read this comic Neela is taken by her future self to Oblivi 1, an orbital city at the end of time, to continue her research view spoiler Her success only reveals her future self s real goal to end history hide spoiler Meanwhile, Ivar enlists his brothers Gilad and Armstrong to help him save Neela, but he doesn t tell The fast paced and very funny story continues with somecharacters, plenty of probably fictitious tech stuff, great dialogue and gorgeous art Really, why wouldn t you read this comic Neela is taken by her future self to Oblivi 1, an orbital city at the end of time, to continue her research view spoiler Her success only reveals her future self s real goal to end history hide spoiler Meanwhile, Ivar enlists his brothers Gilad and Armstrong to help him save Neela, but he doesn t tell them that they are both in his plans as they hate each other view spoiler The first step is to have Lurker build a ship to get them to Oblivi 1 safely Then he brings in a pilot from the early 20th century They have to contend with being hunted by a red guy, but they eventually trick him and hurl him in outer space.They reach Oblivi 1 and start their assault by smashing their ship into the orbital city Unfortunately, the future Neela has already started the process of destroying time and Ivar is one of the first to die by her hand hide spoiler

  6. Chris Lemmerman Chris Lemmerman says:

    After a flying start in the first volume, Ivar, Timewalker takes a stumble as it spends far too long setting up a plan that takes one issue to execute I think this is the first time I ve seen writing for the trade affect a Valiant title, especially since they re only four issues usually.Ivar pulls together his other immortal brothers, the Eternal Warrior and Armstrong, in order to help him rescue Neela from Oblivi 1 Hijinks ensue It s fun to see these three characters together, since it doesn After a flying start in the first volume, Ivar, Timewalker takes a stumble as it spends far too long setting up a plan that takes one issue to execute I think this is the first time I ve seen writing for the trade affect a Valiant title, especially since they re only four issues usually.Ivar pulls together his other immortal brothers, the Eternal Warrior and Armstrong, in order to help him rescue Neela from Oblivi 1 Hijinks ensue It s fun to see these three characters together, since it doesn t happen often In fact, the last time I think it happened was during Archer Armstrong, which was oddly enough written by Fred Van Lente I sense a pattern here But their brotherly bickering can only go so far when the plot seems to be spinning its wheels for the middle two issues Once assembled, the three characters seem to take ages to do anything, and then everything goes wrong right in the final issue as Neela s discovery comes full circle, and the ultimate reveal behind Oblivi 1 and the future Neela comes to light again, building off of Archer Armstrong stuff for a huge cliffhanger that leads into the final arc of the book.Francis Portela slides into art duties easily, with similar visuals to Clayton Henry if a little less polished in terms of facial expressions Andrew Dalhouse s colours feel a bit too peppy at times though, which can be a bit distracting.A solid continuation, but it feels an issue or two too long

  7. Zedsdead Zedsdead says:

    Neela gets captured by the Mistress of a doomsday cult that seeks to destroy the universe um why Spoiler alert, the Mistress is view spoiler Neela from the future, da da daaaaaaaa hide spoiler Ivar and his brothers mount an assault on the Mistress s space fortress at the end of the universe, to rescue Neela, or stop the cult, or something It s unclear But it s entertaining if contrived that Amelia Earhart is along for the ride.Same overly zany tone as volume one same nonsensical s Neela gets captured by the Mistress of a doomsday cult that seeks to destroy the universe um why Spoiler alert, the Mistress is view spoiler Neela from the future, da da daaaaaaaa hide spoiler Ivar and his brothers mount an assault on the Mistress s space fortress at the end of the universe, to rescue Neela, or stop the cult, or something It s unclear But it s entertaining if contrived that Amelia Earhart is along for the ride.Same overly zany tone as volume one same nonsensical science but not really mumbo jumbo Two thirds of the way through the trilogy and the bad guys still have no recognizable motivation I get the sense that all of this is just pasted together so that Van Lente can show off his wisecracking chops

  8. Drown Hollum Drown Hollum says:

    Ivar breaks its Doctor Who mold, for better or worse The story of the first arc expands into what is now clearly a trilogy of adventures, this second of which features a very different atmosphere than the first The Valiant U is locked into the book, introducing yet another version of the Null for Ivar to go toe to toe with The leads, Ivar and Sethi, are apart most of the book, so we re missing the charming interactions and flirtations between the two that made the first volume so special The Ivar breaks its Doctor Who mold, for better or worse The story of the first arc expands into what is now clearly a trilogy of adventures, this second of which features a very different atmosphere than the first The Valiant U is locked into the book, introducing yet another version of the Null for Ivar to go toe to toe with The leads, Ivar and Sethi, are apart most of the book, so we re missing the charming interactions and flirtations between the two that made the first volume so special The chemistry is notably lacking, but almost made up for in Gilad s and Armstrong s presence Breaking History is still fun, and a solid Valiant title, with lots of great threads I look forward to seeing tied up in volume three

  9. Hector Ibarraran Hector Ibarraran says:

    Valiant is doing great This one was fun too.

  10. Rituraj Kashyap Rituraj Kashyap says:

    Gave it a 3 at first, then came back and gave it a 4 after reading Vol 3 This one may seem lacking something at first read, but its relevance becomes clear after completing the whole series.

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10 thoughts on “Ivar, Timewalker, Volume 2: Breaking History

  1. Anne Anne says:

    Breaking History was another fun and wacky volume of Ivar, with the bonus of both of his brothers coming along reluctantly for the ride.The characters in this are so interesting that it makes me want to go back and see what I can find with some of the older material Especially Neela I mean, future Neela is kind of an asshole, but her younger self is kinda awesome.I don t know how to explain this thing, other than to say it s a really fun take on the time travel genre Most of the things I hat Breaking History was another fun and wacky volume of Ivar, with the bonus of both of his brothers coming along reluctantly for the ride.The characters in this are so interesting that it makes me want to go back and see what I can find with some of the older material Especially Neela I mean, future Neela is kind of an asshole, but her younger self is kinda awesome.I don t know how to explain this thing, other than to say it s a really fun take on the time travel genre Most of the things I hate about these sorts of stories are fixed with the sheer level of irreverence that this title has for things like the Butterfly Effect Time travel is fun now What Yes Crazy but true


  2. Crystal Starr Light Crystal Starr Light says:

    Bullet Review Ivar teams up with his pesky siblings to try to retrieve Neela Neela meets Future Neela and invents time travel.Now that I wrote that out, it sounds incredibly dry and boring perhaps I m missing a career in sapping the life of out everything meaningful and worthwhile , but I don t feel like it was all that bad Sure, I hate Ivar, I hate the fact that Ivar steals Neela all over the world and suddenly it s twoo wub, but eh I read Casanova Quinn, which was equally if notcon Bullet Review Ivar teams up with his pesky siblings to try to retrieve Neela Neela meets Future Neela and invents time travel.Now that I wrote that out, it sounds incredibly dry and boring perhaps I m missing a career in sapping the life of out everything meaningful and worthwhile , but I don t feel like it was all that bad Sure, I hate Ivar, I hate the fact that Ivar steals Neela all over the world and suddenly it s twoo wub, but eh I read Casanova Quinn, which was equally if notconvoluted, so this wasn t too bad.Volume 3, here we come


  3. Marcela Marcela says:

    I really enjoy these books, but I d recommend reading the volumes close together I waited a while between 1 and 2 and couldn t figure out what was going on half of the time.


  4. Shelly Shelly says:

    An intriguing, time bending tale about saving the future about a time traveler and the woman who invented time travel Or something like that Things get complicated and the phrase saving yourself from yourself comes to mind This is very timey wimey, wibbly wobbly in the vernacular of Doctor Who Ivar gets his brothers involved in an attempt to save Neela from her future self before history is destroyed Like Neela, I keep feeling we re not being told everything, but that just adds to the ap An intriguing, time bending tale about saving the future about a time traveler and the woman who invented time travel Or something like that Things get complicated and the phrase saving yourself from yourself comes to mind This is very timey wimey, wibbly wobbly in the vernacular of Doctor Who Ivar gets his brothers involved in an attempt to save Neela from her future self before history is destroyed Like Neela, I keep feeling we re not being told everything, but that just adds to the appeal I want to knowabout what s truly going on


  5. 47Time 47Time says:

    The fast paced and very funny story continues with somecharacters, plenty of probably fictitious tech stuff, great dialogue and gorgeous art Really, why wouldn t you read this comic Neela is taken by her future self to Oblivi 1, an orbital city at the end of time, to continue her research view spoiler Her success only reveals her future self s real goal to end history hide spoiler Meanwhile, Ivar enlists his brothers Gilad and Armstrong to help him save Neela, but he doesn t tell The fast paced and very funny story continues with somecharacters, plenty of probably fictitious tech stuff, great dialogue and gorgeous art Really, why wouldn t you read this comic Neela is taken by her future self to Oblivi 1, an orbital city at the end of time, to continue her research view spoiler Her success only reveals her future self s real goal to end history hide spoiler Meanwhile, Ivar enlists his brothers Gilad and Armstrong to help him save Neela, but he doesn t tell them that they are both in his plans as they hate each other view spoiler The first step is to have Lurker build a ship to get them to Oblivi 1 safely Then he brings in a pilot from the early 20th century They have to contend with being hunted by a red guy, but they eventually trick him and hurl him in outer space.They reach Oblivi 1 and start their assault by smashing their ship into the orbital city Unfortunately, the future Neela has already started the process of destroying time and Ivar is one of the first to die by her hand hide spoiler


  6. Chris Lemmerman Chris Lemmerman says:

    After a flying start in the first volume, Ivar, Timewalker takes a stumble as it spends far too long setting up a plan that takes one issue to execute I think this is the first time I ve seen writing for the trade affect a Valiant title, especially since they re only four issues usually.Ivar pulls together his other immortal brothers, the Eternal Warrior and Armstrong, in order to help him rescue Neela from Oblivi 1 Hijinks ensue It s fun to see these three characters together, since it doesn After a flying start in the first volume, Ivar, Timewalker takes a stumble as it spends far too long setting up a plan that takes one issue to execute I think this is the first time I ve seen writing for the trade affect a Valiant title, especially since they re only four issues usually.Ivar pulls together his other immortal brothers, the Eternal Warrior and Armstrong, in order to help him rescue Neela from Oblivi 1 Hijinks ensue It s fun to see these three characters together, since it doesn t happen often In fact, the last time I think it happened was during Archer Armstrong, which was oddly enough written by Fred Van Lente I sense a pattern here But their brotherly bickering can only go so far when the plot seems to be spinning its wheels for the middle two issues Once assembled, the three characters seem to take ages to do anything, and then everything goes wrong right in the final issue as Neela s discovery comes full circle, and the ultimate reveal behind Oblivi 1 and the future Neela comes to light again, building off of Archer Armstrong stuff for a huge cliffhanger that leads into the final arc of the book.Francis Portela slides into art duties easily, with similar visuals to Clayton Henry if a little less polished in terms of facial expressions Andrew Dalhouse s colours feel a bit too peppy at times though, which can be a bit distracting.A solid continuation, but it feels an issue or two too long


  7. Zedsdead Zedsdead says:

    Neela gets captured by the Mistress of a doomsday cult that seeks to destroy the universe um why Spoiler alert, the Mistress is view spoiler Neela from the future, da da daaaaaaaa hide spoiler Ivar and his brothers mount an assault on the Mistress s space fortress at the end of the universe, to rescue Neela, or stop the cult, or something It s unclear But it s entertaining if contrived that Amelia Earhart is along for the ride.Same overly zany tone as volume one same nonsensical s Neela gets captured by the Mistress of a doomsday cult that seeks to destroy the universe um why Spoiler alert, the Mistress is view spoiler Neela from the future, da da daaaaaaaa hide spoiler Ivar and his brothers mount an assault on the Mistress s space fortress at the end of the universe, to rescue Neela, or stop the cult, or something It s unclear But it s entertaining if contrived that Amelia Earhart is along for the ride.Same overly zany tone as volume one same nonsensical science but not really mumbo jumbo Two thirds of the way through the trilogy and the bad guys still have no recognizable motivation I get the sense that all of this is just pasted together so that Van Lente can show off his wisecracking chops


  8. Drown Hollum Drown Hollum says:

    Ivar breaks its Doctor Who mold, for better or worse The story of the first arc expands into what is now clearly a trilogy of adventures, this second of which features a very different atmosphere than the first The Valiant U is locked into the book, introducing yet another version of the Null for Ivar to go toe to toe with The leads, Ivar and Sethi, are apart most of the book, so we re missing the charming interactions and flirtations between the two that made the first volume so special The Ivar breaks its Doctor Who mold, for better or worse The story of the first arc expands into what is now clearly a trilogy of adventures, this second of which features a very different atmosphere than the first The Valiant U is locked into the book, introducing yet another version of the Null for Ivar to go toe to toe with The leads, Ivar and Sethi, are apart most of the book, so we re missing the charming interactions and flirtations between the two that made the first volume so special The chemistry is notably lacking, but almost made up for in Gilad s and Armstrong s presence Breaking History is still fun, and a solid Valiant title, with lots of great threads I look forward to seeing tied up in volume three


  9. Hector Ibarraran Hector Ibarraran says:

    Valiant is doing great This one was fun too.


  10. Rituraj Kashyap Rituraj Kashyap says:

    Gave it a 3 at first, then came back and gave it a 4 after reading Vol 3 This one may seem lacking something at first read, but its relevance becomes clear after completing the whole series.


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