The Filth is a comic book limited series, written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Chris Weston and Gary Erskine. It was published by the Vertigo imprint of American company DC Comics in Contents. [hide]. 1 Publication history; 2 Plot; 3 Themes and motifs; 4 Synopsis; 5 Collected editions; 6 See also; 7 Notes . The Filth New Edition and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. The Filth (New Edition) Paperback – April 25, From the twisted imagination of Grant Morrison comes a groundbreaking, mind-altering voyage of conspiracies and revelations. I read a lot of comics, so please listen to me when I say: The Filth is my favorite comic book. Ever. Ever ever. It makes The Invisibles seem predictable. Not that I don't like The Invisibles, because I do. The thing that sets The Filth apart from other Morrison titles, namely Invisibles, is the ultimate capitulation to the horrifying.
"For sheer audacity and density of ideas, [THE FILTH] will stand up to many readings."—PUBLISHERS WEEKLY"Chris Weston's straightforward but imaginative art makes the wildly outrageous story convincing ideal for fans of ' challenging' comics and [science fiction]."—BOOKLIST Grant Morrison's issue maxiseries is. One of Grant Morrison's most imaginative series features a heady brew of big ideas, exotic locales and bizarre action, starring prosthetically outfitted dolphins in scuba gear and a hard-smoking communist chimpanzee. This new trade paperback collects the entire thirteen-issue series plus bonus materials!. One of Grant Morrison's most imaginative series features a heady brew of big ideas, exotic locales and bizarre action, starring prosthetically outfitted dolphins in scuba gear and a hard-smoking communist chimpanzee. This deluxe edition collects the entire thirteen-issue series plus bonus materials!.
Grant Morrison's thematic follow-up to The Invisibles, The Filth is a very darkly humourous maxiseries about Greg Feely, a hapless loner who lives alone . The mutant child of Alan Moore, Terence McKenna and Robert Anton Wilson, Morrison has emerged as one of only a handful of comics writers with a true voice and vision. He's as fascinated by para. Even by writer Grant Morrison's standards, "The Filth" was wonderfully strange. With artwork by Chris Weston and Gary Erskine, It followed the adventures of Officer Slade, an agent for an inter-reality agency known as the Hand. The first issue showed Slade hiding out from the Hand in a para-personality of Greg Freely, only.