Dark Horse Heroes Omnibus Volume 1: v. 1

Dark Horse Heroes Omnibus Volume 1: v. 1

Dark Horse Heroes Omnibus Volume v In the not too distant past the first nuclear weapon test changed the world forever but not in the way we expected Unleashed upon the planet was a microscopic technological virus of unknown origin th

  • Title: Dark Horse Heroes Omnibus Volume 1: v. 1
  • Author: Mike Richardson Paul Gulacy Adam Hughes Doug Mahnke Terry Dodson Paul Chadwick Jerry Ordway
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In the not too distant past, the first nuclear weapon test changed the world forever but not in the way we expected Unleashed upon the planet was a microscopic technological virus of unknown origin that infected millions some to no effect, some to horrifying agonies and disfigurement, others with the gift of incredible and sometimes terrifying power But would a wIn the not too distant past, the first nuclear weapon test changed the world forever but not in the way we expected Unleashed upon the planet was a microscopic technological virus of unknown origin that infected millions some to no effect, some to horrifying agonies and disfigurement, others with the gift of incredible and sometimes terrifying power But would a world populated by supermen become a battleground for good against bad or bad against worse Is it true that with great power comes great responsibility or does it truly come with great license

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      Published :2019-06-26T14:21:08+00:00

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    When most people think about the dark days of 90's superhero comics (for those who think about such things), popular images that come to mind are how the time period affected well-known characters: overblown events like The Death of Superman and Knightfall, testosterone bonanzas like X-Force, or questionable insta-classics such as Spawn. But for me, the epitome of those speculation-obsessed times was the long-forgotten series that combined all of these aspects: Comics' Greatest World.I still rem [...]

    Several chapters in, I figured out I was missing the point of this. It was apparently meant to kick-start a dozen different series for Dark Horse. But the quality of the individual stories was highly variable (from ugh to meh to hmm). And the framing story was impossible to crack.

    Problems:(a) ridiculous costumes(b) inconsistent art (good at times, but other times you can't even tell someone is the same someone--but oh! they're wearing that same ridiculous costume)(c) the plotline is entirely too episodic. So literally, one hero fights the bad guy for 20 pages and then passes him off to another good guy for 20 pages, then to another, and so on that each comic introduces you to a new good guy! Just like watching commercials!(d) The real problem is that the characters are a [...]

    Dark Horse's foray into superhero comics was a bit of a mess. There were some interesting ideas here - I love the way that the action is broken up into four different locations, each with their own unique feel - and there were some interesting character designs as well. However, the collection also suffers from being something of a disorganized mess. Dark Horse tried to supercharge a superhero universe in 16 weeks with as much depth and content as Marvel and DC built over decades. As a result, e [...]

    Not bad, not bad. I've never read too much of the Dark Horse superhero comics and now there's a few I might track down. Much of the artwork is wonderful. The stories aren't bad.

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