This is a short biography on one of the most influential men in American pop-culture, and a true American success story. The book tries to tie Stan Lee’s stories and ideas to Jewish culture and Jewish religious book, some of the passages are a stretch, but all of them are interesting and show an understanding of the author of the characters he created.
The author tells the story in a vivid manner, with self-introspection and analysis which makes the book worth reading.
While I always enjoy the Wolverine graphic novels, I do find them absurd when there is a ninja hiding behind every corner (don’t you hate that?). This
This book is short, but very well organized, so well organized in fact that I noticed how organized it is. The themes, events, and theories all have their own place, as well as dedicated chapters to portions of Wolverine’s life and battles (with others, himself and romantic ones as well).
Kate Bishop, Hawkeye’s girlfriend who is the new Hawkeye, needs to get away from Clint Barton and New York, so she head to Los Angeles – with the dog. Madame Masque is also in LA, she finds Kate and, of course, tries to kill her (again!!!).
Hawkeye’s life is also tougher than the rest of his super-team, and this graphic novel show why and how, but it also drives home the point that one does not need super powers to be a hero.
I really enjoyed the backstory of Bucky, the writer made him much more of a badass than what I imagined (Bucky, not the Winter Soldier).
About: Legendary Star-Lord Vol. 1: Face It, I Rule by Sam Humphries, Paco Medina (Illustrator), Freddie Williams (Illustrator) is a graphic novel about Star-Lord, star of the Guardians of the Galaxy. 112 pages Publisher: Marvel; 1 edition Language: English ISBN-10: 0785191593 My rating for Legendary Star-Lord Vol. 1: Face It, I Rule – 4 Buy Legendary Star-Lord Vol. 1: Face It, I Rule from Amazon.com* More Books by Sam Humphries More Books illustrated by Paco Medina More Books illustrated by Freddie Williams Thoughts: Legendary Star-Lord Vol. 1: Face It, I Rule by Sam Humphries. Paco Medina (Illustrator), Freddie Williams (Illustrator) is another comic my daughter brought home from school, which looked like fun. As I mentioned before, I try to read the books my kids get assigned at school, or read for pleasure (Twilight excluded), so we’ll be able to discuss and help with their school work. The creators of this comic had some work to do. Star-Lord, star of the live action movie (portrayed by Chris Pratt) is well known to ever fan, but the comic book version is different, yet has to have some similarities in case fans of the movie picked up the issue. The creators did a…
The story evolved from a cool origin story of a unique heroine with unshakable core beliefs, which one can’t help but admire her for sticking to them, to a cliché “teamwork saves the day” ending.
This is an enjoyable and fresh story with great artwork and interesting, new characters.