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Eternal. Nihilist. Madman. Would-be lover of Death itself. All these things is Thanos of Titan, and even before he created the Infinity Gauntlet and decimated half the universe, he was still a mighty force to be reckoned with. And here, collected in one volume for the first time, is the complete story of Thanos' first life...and first death. Witness as Thanos targets Captain Marvel and the Avengers in a bid to become a god, manipulates Adam Warlock, and finally lays siege to the Earth itself! Guest-starring Daredevil, Spider-Man, the Thing, Moondragon, Drax the Destroyer and more! By cosmic mastermind Jim Starlin!

COLLECTING: Iron Man (1968) 55; Captain Marvel (1968) 25-33; Marvel Feature (1971) 12; Daredevil (1964) 105-107; Avengers (1963) 125; Warlock (1972) 9-11, 15; Avengers Annual (1967) 7; Marvel Two -In-One Annual 2; material from Logan 's Run 6



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  • Broché: 472 pages
  • Editeur : Marvel (5 mars 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0785168508
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785168508
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Ce tome comprend 2 histoires qui se complètent, la première centré sur la série Captain Marvel, la seconde sur le personnage d'Adam Warlock. Ce tome contient l'épisode 55 d'Iron Man, les épisodes 25 à 33 de Captain Marvel, "Marvel feature" 12, les épisodes 105 à 107 de Daredevil, et l'épisode 125 d'Avengers qui forment la première histoire. Il contient également les épisodes 9 à 11 et 15 de la série ""Warlock", ainsi que les numéros annuels 7 d'Avengers et 2 de "Marvel two-in-one", et une courte histoire extraite de "Logan's run" 6. La majeure partie des épisodes sont écrits et dessinés par Jim Starlin (qui assure parfois la mise en couleurs), aidé par Mike Friedrich au début pour les dialogues. Les épisodes de Daredevil sont écrits Steve Gerber, et dessinés par Don Heck, Don Perlin et Bob Brown. L'épisode 125 des Avengers est écrit par Steve Englehart et dessiné par John Buscema et Dave Cockrum. Tous ces épisodes ont été publiés entre 1973 et 1977.

Thanos & Captain Marvel - Lors de sa première apparition, Thanos s'attaque à Iron Man par l'entremise des Blood Borthers (2 extraterrestres très costauds, mais pas très futés). Le superhéros sera sauvé par l'arrivée de Drax le destructeur dont la raison de vivre est de tuer Thanos. Captain Marvel (un capitaine dans l'armée des Kree) est lié par ses néga-bracelets à Rick Jones (pendant que l'un occupe l'espace normal, l'autre est dans la zone négative).
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Thanos, un des méchants les plus flamboyants de chez Marvel, qui revient sur le devant de la scène grâce aux films Avengers et Guardians of the Galaxy.
Cet album présente les premières apparitions du personnage dans les années 1970, essentiellement sous les crayons de son créateur Jim Starlin, et la première pierre de sa saga, de ses escarmouches avec Iron Man à sa grande conflagration finale avec les Vengeurs.

Si certains de ces épisodes sont légendaires (les Warlock, les annuals d'Avengers et de Marvel Two in One), d'autres sont plus anecdotiques (les Daredevil, particulièrement). Mais cette compilation demeure un must pour tout fan du versant cosmique de l'univers Marvel, et permet, en parallèle de l'ascension et de la chute de Thanos le titan fou, de suivre l'ascension de Jim Starlin de jeune dessinateur prometteur à faiseur d'épopées pyschédéliques en pleine possession de ses moyens.

C'est du old school, mais du old school qui y va à fond.
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One of the best superhero stories; not a good collection 15 décembre 2013
Par Christopher Nowlin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Jim Starlin's Thanos saga is a beloved masterpiece of superhero comics, one Marvel has for years failed to bring back into print. They have collected parts of it here and there, most noticeably with the Life & Death of Captain Marvel collection, which features the beginning and end of the saga, with its focus on Captain Marvel.

Now they focus on Thanos. This collection is complete in that it includes every Thanos story prior to 1980, but not every story relevant to the saga. In particular, Warlock #9 picks up in the middle of a story (oft-called the Magus Saga) whose first 4 chapters are omitted in this volume. They are omitted because they took out the issues not featuring Thanos, without regard to how essential those were to a coherent narrative.

The Saga which needs collecting, is all of Jim Starlin's cosmic work from the '70s, the saga being the union of his Thanos/Captain Marvel/Warlock stories:
Iron Man #55
Captain Marvel #25-34 (34 is absent from this collection)
Marvel Feature #12
Strange Tales #178-181 (glaringly absent from this collection)
Warlock #9-15 (#12-14 absent from this collection)
Avengers annual 7
Marvel Two-in-One annual 2
Death of Captain Marvel (absent from this collection)

THAT is an entire story, which should fit nicely into a big omnibus or a few smaller softcovers.
Unnecessary to the main saga, but filling in some details, are the following tie-in issues, some of which are collected, at the expense of more important pieces:
Avengers #125
Daredevil #105-107
Logan's Run #6
Marvel Team-Up #55 (absent from this collection)

The above fits nicely into Marvel's omnibus format, or perhaps a 3 or 4 smaller softcovers, and will be a great read. One I will buy as soon as Marvel puts it out.

As others have noted, the "Avengers" in the title is pure marketing, playing perhaps off Thanos' cameo at the end of the Avengers movie. You can see from the issues included that only two are Avengers comics.

That said, the collection Marvel should put out does not yet exist. And if you want to catch up on Thanos' story prior to the Guardians of the Galaxy movie next year, this comic is your best current option.
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Thanos: Jim Starlin's Masterpiece! 5 mars 2013
Par wildweasel77 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Thanos is probably the single most enigmatic, most emotionally conflicted, and most feared villain in the Marvel Universe (MU) who was not only able to rock the MU to its basest core, but also paint a gray hue of what is a villain and what is not. Doctor Doom comes second best, in my opinion, but in the grand scheme of things only Thanos remains.

So who is this Thanos, you might ask?

He is the creation of maestro Jim Starlin in the Bronze Age of American comics (1970s). Thanos' name is derived from `Thanatos', the Greek God of Death. But in the MU, he is the embodiment of the nihilistic Titan who worships Death.

He has appeared in numerous Marvel books and graphic novels spanning almost four decades. His most important role came in 1991 when he wielded the Infinity Gauntlet and killed one-half of all living beings in the universe with but a snap of his finger that led to his waging a cosmic war against the MU's Celestial Forces. After that debacle, his infamy grew into legend. And while precious few writers plainly understood what goes on in this character's mind and made him an intelligent and cunning force to be reckoned with, others portrayed him as a hulking travesty. Alas, as time went by his popularity dimmed and dwindled until Joss Whedon decided to give the devil his due. Thanos's 3 second silver screen cameo debut as an epilogue to the Marvel's The Avengers movie (2012) resurrected fans' interest to this one-of-a-kind villain.

In the hands of Starlin Thanos becomes the Omega to the Marvel Heroes' Alpha. This is by far the best collection of classic Thanos reprint issues (of the 70's) any Marvel fan would want to own! Aside from Jim Starlin, Steve Englehart, Mike Friedrich, Steve Gerber, et al. contribute their fair share of storytelling talents in this book.

And though it seems there is no linear narrative to the story as some of the individual comics in this collection were not written in sequential form, the story remains straightforward, cohesive, and enjoyable thanks in big part to the 'introductory texts' written between chapters that bridge the gap.

So sit back, relax, and witness the Mad Titan as he musters his alien armada to wreak havoc across the universe; schemes to defeat fellow villain the Magus; and opposes the might of Iron Man, Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell of Kree), Adam Warlock, and the Avengers in his quest to obtain the Cosmic Cube and the Soul Gem for universal domination, become a Mad God, and, most of all, be noticed (in vain) by his one, true paramour: Mistress Death.

Thanos is here. Let the Heavens tremble.
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GOOD COLLECTION OF STORIES BUT NOT ACTUALLY AN "AVENGERS" BOOK 18 juillet 2013
Par PETER XUEREB - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is a pleasant surprise in that it collects a number of titles that eventually bind into a cohesive story. For the record the title itself is a misnomer as it isn't really an Avengers book at all. They are barely in it and the actual starring hero here is Captain Marvel with Adam Warlock appearing later on. "Earth's Mightiest Heroes" make more of a cameo appearance toward the ending. I would hate to think that this was Marvel's cynical way of cashing in on the "Avengers" movie by titleing the book this way.

I own a number of the Captain Marvel issues included as well as the Giant Size "Marvel Two-In-One" end saga featuring The Thing & Spider-Man however I hadn't made the connection to those earlier Captain Marvel titles. The Daredevil issues are wisely included to introduce us to Moondragon for the first time. For myself the book filled the gaps in the original story that I previously missed. There were some nice recollections and I came to understand the character of Thanos much better having read it. I have since read the "Infinity Gauntlet" trade paperback and have it's sequel to follow. It is what it is but I enjoyed it.
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The life and death of Thanos ( at least his first one). 7 juin 2014
Par patricio córdova díaz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This volume collects all of Thanos, since his debut on Iron Man 55, until his SPOILER.... ( death on Marvel Two In one annual 2).

The volume is massive , with many pages, done mostly by Thanos creator Jim Starlin. The higlights of this volume are Thanos fight against Captain Marvel , which includes the first time Thanos attains godhood , via the cosmic cube, and the volume s final Story pitting Thanos against Warlock, Captain, Marvel , the Avengers, The Thing and Spiderman. That story includes the first appeareance of the infinity gems on the Marvel Universe.
Great story , great artwork done mostly by Starlin. This in my opinion, is his best work involving Thanos. The volume has some minor color flaws, but is still excellent.
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Marvel's brightest Days = at the Epicenter of the Comic-Book Galaxy!!! by Starlin, in the 1970's!! 15 février 2014
Par Book & Music thief, from HI - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Fantastic Four issues 48 thru 50 might have actually initiated Marvel's Great/Epic 'Cosmic Awareness' phase (and literal 'Childhood's End' - to borrow Arthur C. Clarke's magnificent title!) = with the coming of Galactus and the Silver Surfer, which began appealing to True SciFi fans => but in the decade of the 1970's, Jim Starlin built a light-speed escalator to the celestial Stars themselves, with this infinitely creative work (as both Artist & Writer) of most of the incredible stories & visuals contained within! Ensuring that 'comics' were no Longer just for kids - with more complex, thought-provoking glimpses into alternate 'realities' of Time & Space! And inadvertently laying the groundwork for 'Graphic Novels' and other story-telling innovations, soon to come!

For starters he created 'Thanos' (based on Greek god of Death, Thanatos). Thanos was unusual in that he was in no way motivated by the typical 'bad guy' ethos, or modus operandi (i.e. neither wanting World domination, nor billions & billions in spare change, nor simple revenge) - Thanos had much Loftier goals = (1) Ultimate Peace/Tranquility (unfortunately thru Universal death/oblivion) and (2) Winning the Love and adoration from the ultimate Object of his affection, Lady Death herself (a feminine version of the 'Grim Reaper' - very beautifully drawn by Starlin - when not depicted as a simple lifeless skull)!
This collection has something like 20 comics worth of Top notch content, at nearly 500 pages!
Beginning with the watershed Iron Man issue 55 (introducing Thanos) - and proceeding onto full-fledged, all-out 'cosmic' adventure with 'Captain Marvel' and Avengers runs, and concluding in gigantic Epic Scale, within the pages of 'Warlock'** and 'Avengers Annual' = concluding in 1977, just when I had become a Marvel enthusiast!

I really can't give enough praise to the intense creativity/imagination expressed by Jim Starlin, these stories contain some heavy-duty SciFi and even metaphysical concepts - questioning the very nature of 'reality' existence, parallel Universes, altered future histories, evil clones, etc.
I'm sure a lot of these ideas went way over the heads of conventional 10year olds (myself included, at the Time). But, there was no denying that Starlin had pulled-out all the stops, and taken comics all the way thru/ breaking across new, sophisticated (and much more mature) Dimensions = the complex, probing stories were matched by his equally impressive, almost abstract Art!
And, all metaphysical contemplation aside - for the pure action/adventure fan, there are battles aplenty to witness (and the Avengers do play a crucial role, especially during the jaw-dropping Climax!)

I think the general public will learn much more about Thanos, relatively soon = since it is inevitable that a future Avengers film (perhaps #3) will prominently feature this tremendously powerful, frightfully intriguing super-being. Especially since he already had a cameo after the End credits of the first Avengers movie!
I'm glad I got to enjoy some of these 'cosmic' Tales, first-hand, during the Late 70's - but for the uninitiated, this gigantic compilation (in full color) will give you a significant glimpse into the literally far-out, head-spinning Marvel Universe!

note** the name 'Warlock' really belies the central essence of this infinitely intriguing Character = a completely reluctant 'hero' who was on a search to find his own unique state of Peace/salvation, and somehow got caught-up in, and was ultimately able to help thwart Thanos' Grand schemes (obviously, since our Universe is still in existence!). In the process, Warlock actually became something like the antithesis of Thanos, transforming into the quintessential (and literal) 'Life preserver'!! Although, he really just wanted to be left alone (very much like Dr. Manhattan, of Watchmen) - and saved the Universe, almost as an after-thought!
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