Fantastic Four: Books Of Doom Premiere HC: Books of Doom: Marvel Premiere Edition (Fantastic Four (Graphic Novels))

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Fantastic Four: Books Of Doom Premiere HC: Books of Doom: Marvel Premiere Edition (Fantastic Four (Graphic Novels))

Fantastic Four: Books Of Doom Premiere HC: Books of Doom: Marvel Premiere Edition (Fantastic Four (Graphic Novels))

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My only gripe is that I now want to know how the family curse started out as well as it bugged me that we never really learn the origins of his mother’s demon. but the writing was good, though you can see how Brubaker has grown since nearly 10 yrs ago on this.

Yeah, I mentioned that at another MB and it makes sense that this Doombot wouldn't know exactly what the outcome was. Taking another person's life for the first time traumatized Victor, and when a representative of the American military came to their gypsy camp one day and offered him a scholarship in America in exchange for working for them, Victor eagerly accepted. Uma versão bastante interessante da origem de Dr Destino, mostrando que seus "poderes" vem tanto do seu intelecto para a ciência e do estudo das artes místicas. She cast a spell that allowed her to gain great power from the demon, and used it to kill all the soldiers in a village, unknowingly also killing every child in the village at the same time.

At its worst it is solid, and he can be very, very good (see Scene of the Crime, Velvet and part of his Captain America run). A dark and revealing examination of how an innocent boy grows up to be a tyrant - a new twist on an old legend - Books of Doom is a sweeping epic of tragedy, madness and destiny. I feel like a story that would flesh out Doom in six issues should have done a better job than it did. Once upon a time, Matthew Meylikhov became the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Multiversity Comics, where he was known for his beard and fondness for cats.

This graphic novel relates the history of Doctor Doom from his childhood through his taking of the throne of Latveria. Are you sick of seeing this mad genius relegated to a supporting player in other characters’ comics? A revealing examination of how an innocent boy grows up to be a cruel tyrant, of oppression in a new twist on old legend,retold this book is a sweeping epic of tragedy, madness and destiny. Because Ed Brubaker brings it up in an interview that appears at the end of the Captain America: The Red Menace trade paperback.Victor even comes across as a sometimes sympathetic character though oftentimes the coldness of his character that comes from suffering so much so young makes his actions more difficult to forgive. Unfortunately, and I don't know if this is Brubaker or editorial, this was a missed opportunity to add depth to the character. We get to see a lot of his early motivations and desires that lead him to becoming the powerful ruler everyone knows him as in the Marvel Universe. Again, he keeps that element of the older story -- there is only one man that dies in Brubaker's story when Doom finally prevails and that is King Vladmir. Sure, this may not be the case EVERYWHERE, but it only came out a few years ago, and I’ll be honest when I say I don’t even remember seeing it on shelves.

Brubaker takes all these facets of a fascinating personality and brings his own facility for speech patterns to create one hell of a ride through his past.El dibujo de Raimondi no está mal, pero es el típico dibujo dosmilero que tampoco me dice gran cosa, igual que las tintas y el color. Pablo Raimondi’s artwork is positively AMAZING, and I’ve made a note to feature it very much through out this article (which also makes sense for obvious reasons). The story is just handled with so much respect from both Paolo and Ed that you really get a great sense for the character and his twisted view on how the world should and does work. I finished two other Doom mini-series before getting to this one (the second apparently was never collected and was as bad as the first, both written by Chuck Dixon). That's fine and good, but considering what Brubaker was doing on Captain America while this mini-series was being released, the end result is a little disappointing.



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