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Captain Atom, Vol. 2: Genesis By J.T. Krul Freddie E. Williams II,

  • Title: Captain Atom, Vol. 2: Genesis
  • Author: J.T. Krul Freddie E. Williams II
  • ISBN: 9781401240998
  • Page: 191
  • Format: Paperback
  • Charged by nuclear energy, possessing vast molecular powers, Captain Atom has the potential to be a literal god among men a hero without limits.This second volume delves into Nathanial Adams life as Captain Atom and begins to answer many of the questions surrounding his origin Why did Nathaniel Adam sign up for Megala s experiment How did he become Captain Atom Do hiCharged by nuclear energy, possessing vast molecular powers, Captain Atom has the potential to be a literal god among men a hero without limits.This second volume delves into Nathanial Adams life as Captain Atom and begins to answer many of the questions surrounding his origin Why did Nathaniel Adam sign up for Megala s experiment How did he become Captain Atom Do his powers have any limits Nate also struggles to relate to those around him as he searches for a way to regain his human form and also stop a catastrophic event that a future version of himself has come to warn him about It s time to explore the past, present, and future of Captain Atom
    Captain Atom Vol Genesis Charged by nuclear energy possessing vast molecular powers Captain Atom has the potential to be a literal god among men a hero without limits This second volume delves into Nathanial Adams life as C

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    1. Captain Atom, Vol 1 Evolution kick off straight away after the previous Volume in the series with the Captain growing increasingly concerned about how his powers are affecting everyone around him D Captain Atom, Vol 1 Evolution explores this at the same time as seeing Captain Atom struggling with his desires to have a normal life inspite of his new power set D This is of course puts on a serious back burner as his future selves keep turning up showing him what he is to become and his nominal goi [...]

    2. Captain Atom More like Captain Navel Gazer This is one of the least action packed comics I ve ever read, and that includes things like Blankets It s all about Captain Atom meditating on who he is and what he can and can t do, even to the point that his future selves come back and tell him the world is going to end, then kicking him into the future to see if he can spot how because telling him would be useful It seems very much like a six issue explanation for why Captain Atom isn t an important [...]

    3. The second and final New 52 volume of Doctor Manhattan by any other name s adventures in posthuman evolution Looping forward to and preventing his own apocalyptic destiny, finding the limitations of his godlike powers, and ultimately withdrawing himself from the world, this is no longer even pretending to be a superhero comic, and all the better for that If there s a certain depressing quietism in the idea that a well meaning man given near infinite power couldn t create utopia humans would say [...]

    4. This one was hard for me I like Captain Atom as a character, but the writing for this particular book was a little weak Freddie Williams II is a genius artist, but early on in the dreamlike scenes the art struggled because of overcrowded pages There was often too much going on After that, he gets into his groove and puts out some beautiful artwork Because of the art s merit I give it a 3.

    5. Public Library Copy I didn t like the prior, first volume at all and had assumed this title was canceled so I was surprised to see this second volume on the shelf with credits from the same writer and artist I knew I wouldn t like the book and I was right More of the same terrible ness from before.

    6. I wasn t expecting much when I started, but these two volumes of Captain Atom have won me over My only problem is that the ending felt too open to me I m happy to hear that there s Captain Atom coming my way though Can t wait to read The Fall and Rise of Captain Atom Hope it doesn t disappoint.

    7. Mediocre follow up to an uninspired first volume The split personality bit was an interesting take that could have gone on longer and with depth, but the first half is just a glossy version of and I can t believe I m typing this Black Sabbath s Iron Man crossed with Ashton Kutcher s Butterfly Effect.

    8. Very Doc Manhattan influenced who was of course influenced by Captain Atom so the timey wimey stuff is quite appropriate Great artwork by Freddie Williams whose style really matches some of the stranger, sketchier settings of the time vortex or wherever that is.

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