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  • Title: Captain Atom: Armageddon
  • Author: Will Pfeifer Giuseppe Camuncoli Sandra Hope
  • ISBN: 9781401211066
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Paperback
  • Written by Will Pfeifer Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Sandra Hope Cover by Camuncoli Gabriele Dell Otto One of DC s mightiest champions explodes into the WildStorm Universe in this collection of the 9 issue miniseries A stranger s odyssey through a world close to his own, but different in so many ways is chronicled in this epic tale Will the WildStorm Universe everWritten by Will Pfeifer Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Sandra Hope Cover by Camuncoli Gabriele Dell Otto One of DC s mightiest champions explodes into the WildStorm Universe in this collection of the 9 issue miniseries A stranger s odyssey through a world close to his own, but different in so many ways is chronicled in this epic tale Will the WildStorm Universe ever be the same Advance solicited on sale November 8 224 pg, FC, 19.99 US
    Captain Atom Armageddon Written by Will Pfeifer Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Sandra Hope Cover by Camuncoli Gabriele Dell Otto One of DC s mightiest champions explodes into the WildStorm Universe in this collection of the

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    1. 2014 reviewThis is an umpteenth reread I ve even written a review for this before which I left untouched it s down below this one I think it helps that I didn t have any previous affinity with the Wildstorm Universe when I first read Armageddon Also, I was basically raised as far as comics are concerned on Justice League International, when Captain Atom was a regular member I ve always enjoyed the idea of an extremely powerful character who isn t completely comfortable with, or in control of, hi [...]

    2. First off, I should probably mention that the Wildstorm universe is beyond my paltry knowledge I usually stick pretty close to either DC or Marvel, so I have no idea how these characters, or their world, stack up to older stuff.So Apologies to all the cool people who know what they re talking about.I m just rating this on my enjoyment of this particular comic.It opens with Captain Atom who I know little to nothing about, as well on a suicide mission to save the earth He s hurtling toward a meteo [...]

    3. When I started reading comics as a teenager, Captain Atom was one of the titles that I followed I always felt like the former Charlatan Comics character never really found his place in the post COIE DC Universe Fast forward 20 years to 2005 and the Infinite Crisis event A close friend re introduced me to comics and told me about the mini series Captain Atom Armageddon My first question was how could he go to another universe if the DCU isn t a multiverse My friend tried to bring me up to speed b [...]

    4. I ve been a fan of Captain Atom from way back When I first heard he was going to be spending some time in the Wildstorm Universe, I wasn t too sure what to make of it When I heard the word Armageddon I suddenly had images of Monarch and shook my head I decided to wait for the inevitable trade paperback and I m glad I did return return Lots of things happen in this mini series that starts off with Cap s sacrifice from a storyline in Batman Superman and begins in the Wildstorm Universe shortly the [...]

    5. The series was pretty cool Not for the writing, which was good Not for the art, which was also good The reason it was cool was that you got to see how a lot of the main characters from the Wildstorm universe contrast with one from the mainstream DC universe The Wildstorm universe is a grittier, darker, and complex in many ways that the DC universe The people there deal with problems in a much different way than say a Superman, or even a Batman, would They aren t afraid to take the safeties off [...]

    6. This book was a little bewildering, but totally worth it for the moral confrontation between The Authority superbeings that will kill and Captain Atom from the main DCU universe where superbeings rarely if ever kill That moment spoke volumes about what Warren Ellis was originally trying to investigate with this title.

    7. Sometimes I really don t know what DC editorial is thinking.Have Pfeifer show what can be done with Captain Atom, then they throw the character away in Countdown.

    8. The story itself was pretty damn good, showing us what happened to Captain Atom after the events of Superman Batman Public Enemies Captain Atom s interactions with the Wildstorm heroes was pretty accurate to how any DC hero would react to how the heroes that reside would treat the humans As for the dilemma of trying to stave off the end of the universe, I found it a bit sad that their efforts were in vain, since time did end However, at least the Wildstorm imprint did continue afterwards with a [...]

    9. One dated atomic superhero from a famous universe goes up against an entire planet of misfit heroes and authoritarian heroes including a gay couple who are very thinly veiled allusions to Batman and Superman in one of the stranger ideas I ve seen in comics or fiction in quite some time It s partly funny and partly bizarre, but it s mostly a spectacle as a C list hero from one universe tangles with a decade s worth of characters in another This isn t your Superman Captain America type crossover t [...]

    10. The actual story was largely fair It wasn t ever particularly interesting, but the contrast between the DC and Wildstorm Universe was well presented However after issue 6, the story went sort of crazy It became very gratuitous and then it utterly failed to finish, leaving me feeling very cheated They didn t even bother telling me what came next Peh.

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