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Marvel Masterworks: The Silver Surfer - Volume 1 (Anglais) Broché – 12 mai 2010

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  • Broché: 272 pages
  • Editeur : Marvel (12 mai 2010)
  • Collection : Marvel Masterworks
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0785142827
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785142829
  • Dimensions du produit: 18,1 x 1,3 x 25,4 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Trevou le 1 octobre 2011
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Cette reeditions des premieres aventures du surfer en vo est un vrai plaisir pour tout amateur de ce superhero si particulier. A consommer sans moderation par tout inconditionnel de
Norrin Radd.
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Best Silver Surfer Rendition Ever - RIP Mr Buscema 9 août 2010
Par FranckY - Publié sur
Format: Broché
The Collection is a reprint of the 6 first legendary issues from the 70's.Always loved it so I am a little biased.
Everyone knows about the story and the art so nothing to add here..
So what about the collection?The cover by Dean White is really great (despite that the figure is a little bit too squarish for me) and give a sense of respect for this oldie.The minus is really the color reconstruction(art?) it's like some rookie or someone with no knowledge of the material did it..really poor and a pity for this new set of MasterWorks.I hope the second volume is better "reconstructed".
But after all I recommended it's a classic
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The Reach Exceeds The Grasp A Bit; Still, Very Good Stuff 11 juillet 2011
Par Art Turner - Publié sur
Format: Broché
The beginnings of the SILVER SURFER solo comic, lovingly reproduced in this high-quality, reasonably-priced trade paperback editions, were, as you may know, Marvel writer and editor-in-chief Stan Lee's attempt at getting the superhero genre to grow up a bit. That the attempt was only intermittently successful is hardly the worst of failings - too often, critics label as "pretentious" anything that labors to rise above the hackwork and pablum we are usually offered, leading us to conclude that... they prefer the hackwork and pablum? God only knows. Anyway, although is hardly a Watchmen-level breakthrough, it's pretty heady stuff for its time; Lee's dialogue is at its most endearingly exclamatory, florid, and pseudo-philosophical; John Buscema's compositons and layouts have never been more adventurous or striking, and one can see with greater clarity than ever every stroke of Joe Sinnott's and Sal Buscema's pen and/or brush. And the Surfer? Well, he's just the coolest darn Christ figure to ever hop on a surfboard and sky-ride through the spaceways. But you already knew that, didn't you?
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Best for readers 5 août 2011
Par Jacktavish - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
As others mentioned, the coloring is truly bad: bright yellow, bright red & bright green seem to be the main colors. Though I own issue #3 & #5, to actually buy Silver Surfer #1, 2, the rare #4 & #6 would set me back $100 - $200. So I'm happy to have bought a used copy of this book for $6. People used to complain about the poor coloring, printing & paper in '60's comics, but they are so much richer & more complex, & just plain superior to these books.
Anyway the stories are great, even with the hammy philosophizing, & this was John Buscema at his peak before he got watered down to imtate Romita on Spider-Man & later Kirby on FF & Thor. Though my favorite Marvel cover artists would have to be Jack Kirby & Steranko, the cover of SS #4 may be Buscema's best cover and a stone-cold Marvel classic, with the quintessential image of an angry Thor facing an angry Surfer. It should be a 3 ft poster!
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The Beginning...>>> of Philosophical & Enlightened Comic Books = by the Great Stan Lee, and MARVEL!!!! 15 février 2014
Par Book & Music thief, from HI - Publié sur
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In my review of `Watchmen' I mentioned that during my 1970's childhood, I was enraptured by the superhero Tales produced by Marvel Comics (and was not a very big fan of DC, at that time = `Watchman' came later circa 1986, when I was no longer reading comics).
But, in the mid to Late 70's, Marvel was definitely on the `cutting-edge' combining `realistic' human drama (not just super-heroics) - with elements of Science Fiction, and even some deep philosophical insights (much beyond the normal reach, of a mere 10 year old!).
Much of the credit of course, goes to Stan Lee, the head writer/conceptualist/Creator at Marvel since the mid-1950's (but really making his mark in the early 1960's with Fantastic Four, Hulk, Spiderman, Thor, Iron Man, Avengers, et al), with BIG assist from artist extraordinaire Jack Kirby! By the mid-Sixties, Lee and Kirby, in the hallowed pages of Fantastic Four, had greatly broadened the horizons, scope & Scale of stories that could be presented in this previously `juvenile' medium. The `Galactus Trilogy' encompassing FF#48-50, was like the `Star Wars' of comics, with the Earth threatened by the planet devouring Galactus (a near omnipotent `force of nature' neither good nor evil - simply necessary, in the grand-cosmic scheme of things) - the only thing standing between Galactus munching a gourmet Terra-firma Lunch (i.e. Earth-burger Delux, hold the mayo!), was that enlightened, shiny-domed board riding philosopher, the `Silver Surfer' who uncannily saw the potential for good, in human beings, and decided that our planet deserved a second-chance (and also that we probably didn't taste very good, to boot!).

Between the Silver Surfer's nearly limitless `cosmic' powers (originally endowed by Galactus, himself), in combination with Reed Richard's Einstein+ brainpower, the Earth (along with us) Lived another Day!

The `Silver Surfer' proved so popular, and so `in tune' with the peace & Love zeitgeist of the Late 1960's, that he was given his own eponymous `Mag' in 1968 - I didn't start reading/collecting comics until around 1977 - but at that time, you could still get a lot of the 1960's classics, at relatively reasonable prices (at flea markets, etc. - as long as you did not require an expensive `Mint' copy!).

But fortunately, in the last decade or so, Marvel has produced many `compilation' books, of nearly all their Key issues (and even entire series runs) - the `Silver Surfer' is one of my very favorites - and actually holds-up quite well, even when read as an adult (the masterful John Buscema Art doesn't hurt, either - almost like Michelangelo!)

Trivia: Yes, the film `Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer' did cover roughly the same ground as the FF comic issues #48 thru 50 = and I actually liked the movie, a lot! And I don't understand why they decided to stop making FF films? With the phenomenal recent success of `Avengers' I wonder if the FF will come back?! The Fantastic Four was actually one of the most Science Fiction/Speculative Fiction based Marvel franchises = seems like there would be tremendous on-going movie/Story potential there (might have to ask the omnipotent `Watcher' to go talk some sense to those thick-headed movie producers! - or better yet...just send them out to Lunch, with Galactus*!)

Note*: I think H. Ellison would endorse this suggestion!

note2 = Clarification, this compilation collects 'Silver Surfer' issues 1 thru 6 (1,3 &4 are especially 'classic' Buscema's Art in #4 is Spectacular!!); and
if you also want to re-read FF#48-50, and also the debut of 'Inhumans' => order from Amazon, of course: Fantastic Four Marvel Masterworks, Vol. 5 - this is Stan Lee & Jack Kirby, at the height of their significant 'Cosmic' Powers!!!
the origin story & more 6 mars 2013
Par Jeannie Fontana - Publié sur
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this graphic novel collects S.S. comics #1-6, & also a couple extras. so glad that this was published due to the rarity & price of the originals. loved it!
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