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Marvel #1

Marvel #1

$4.99
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Alex Ross, More
(A) More, Alex Ross
(CA) Alex Ross
Thirty years ago, Alex Ross had a vision of a new series showing the Marvel heroes in a way they'd never been seen before. The first realization of that idea became the blockbuster MARVELS - but today Alex finally brings about his original vision: An anthology of stories by unique, exceptional talents, many of whom are doing Marvel characters for the very first time. Over this showcase series you'll see work by such artists as Adam Hughes, Bill Sienkiewicz, Dan Brereton and more, linked together by an overarching story by Alex and Steve Darnall. This inaugural issue kicks it all off with superstar artists Frank Espinosa (Rocketo, Looney Tunes) telling an unusual Spider-Man story and Steve Rude (Nexus), teaming up with Kurt Busiek (Marvels, Avengers) for an Avengers story, framed by Alex and Steve Darnall (Uncle Sam, Marvels) presenting a tale of the dread dreamland Nightmare, and his threat to the entire Marvel Universe…and possibly beyond. A once-in-a-lifetime assemblage of talent - you won't want to miss a single page! Rated T
Date Available: 03/04/2020
BONUS REVIEW by Shawn


If you're a fan of the first 20 issues of the Avengers, you really want to read half of this book. The back half is a pitch perfect recreation of that very vibe, courtesy of "Bounding" Kurt Busiek and Steve "The Dude" Rude. It also has a nice framing sequence by Alex Ross. Unfortunately, you'll also be paying for the other half of the book, but you can't have everything. Highly recommended for anybody that knows that Even an Avenger can Die!, readers who know who I'm talking about when I'm referring to "Highpockets", and anybody who wants to get in on the ground floor of what looks to be an enjoyable new Rossiverse , AlexWorld, or Paintstalgia! coming from Marvel.

I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Alex Ross, More
(A) More, Alex Ross
(CA) Alex Ross
Thirty years ago, Alex Ross had a vision of a new series showing the Marvel heroes in a way they'd never been seen before. The first realization of that idea became the blockbuster MARVELS - but today Alex finally brings about his original vision: An anthology of stories by unique, exceptional talents, many of whom are doing Marvel characters for the very first time. Over this showcase series you'll see work by such artists as Adam Hughes, Bill Sienkiewicz, Dan Brereton and more, linked together by an overarching story by Alex and Steve Darnall. This inaugural issue kicks it all off with superstar artists Frank Espinosa (Rocketo, Looney Tunes) telling an unusual Spider-Man story and Steve Rude (Nexus), teaming up with Kurt Busiek (Marvels, Avengers) for an Avengers story, framed by Alex and Steve Darnall (Uncle Sam, Marvels) presenting a tale of the dread dreamland Nightmare, and his threat to the entire Marvel Universe…and possibly beyond. A once-in-a-lifetime assemblage of talent - you won't want to miss a single page! Rated T
Date Available: 03/04/2020
BONUS REVIEW by Shawn


If you're a fan of the first 20 issues of the Avengers, you really want to read half of this book. The back half is a pitch perfect recreation of that very vibe, courtesy of "Bounding" Kurt Busiek and Steve "The Dude" Rude. It also has a nice framing sequence by Alex Ross. Unfortunately, you'll also be paying for the other half of the book, but you can't have everything. Highly recommended for anybody that knows that Even an Avenger can Die!, readers who know who I'm talking about when I'm referring to "Highpockets", and anybody who wants to get in on the ground floor of what looks to be an enjoyable new Rossiverse , AlexWorld, or Paintstalgia! coming from Marvel.

I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


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