- Tapa blanda: 304 páginas
- Editor: DC Comics; Edición: 01 (14 de junio de 2007)
- Colección: Infinite Crisis/52
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1401213537
- ISBN-13: 978-1401213534
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº1.195.642 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
52 TP VOL 01 (Infinite Crisis/52) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 14 jun 2007
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"An intriguing set of interlocking stories." "One of the most ambitious projects the comic industry has seen in a long time." "DC has yet to let readers catch their breath as they release one amazing story after another." "As addictive as any good TV series, any good mystery-novel series, any good comic-book series." "DC writers started the 52 series to do something different with a super-hero comic and they have succeeded." "An ambitious, even edgy story scripted by four of comic's best writers and starring the unsung heroes of the DC Universe." "Four of comics' brightest writers seamlessly combine their characterization and conceptualization strengths to construct the gripping real-time narrative. Grade: A-" "52 encompasses space opera, hard-boiled detective fiction, psychological suspense, light comedy, Grand Guignol violence, medical drama and straight-up good-guys-vs.-bad-guys action..."
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Written by Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, Greg Rucka, Mark Waid Breakdowns by Keith Giffen Art by various Backup features by Waid and various Covers by J.G. Jones The end is near! As the year races towards its close, we follow our heroes through their final steps in space - and time! From the mean streets of Gotham to the far reaches of deep space, the last weeks tick down to their shattering conclusion. World War III is just the beginning! Plus, more origins of the DC Universe, including the JLA with Ethan Van Sciver and Batman with Andy Kubert! 52: A year without Superman; a year without Batman; a year without Wonder Woman... but not a year without heroes.
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The first thing that impresses about this first quarter of the event is how ambitious the scale of the project is. The plot is multi-threaded (I counted 7 or 8 threads) and rather intricate. So far, the writers have only hinted at where this is headed, and I'm loving the allusions and hints.
The second, is just how interesting the team of writers and artists can make these so called "second stringers". Elongated Man is fast becoming one of my favorite "tortured soul" characters. He was one of the highlights of Identity Crisis, and his plot-line in this story is a direct sequel. I also greatly enjoyed the introduction of two new female characters - Batwoman (yes, yes, a lesbian to boot), and Isis. Black Adam remains intriguing as ever. Booster Gold is a fun read, and some moments with a de-powered Clark Kent really impressed. In general, there are a lot of character moments in here that fans will appreciate.
Finally, there's the artwork, which is very pleasing indeed. This is proper, contemporary comic book art and the team outdoes itself on several panels. If I had to compare it with another line, I think it is comparable to Marvel's Ultimate U line, and I mean that in the best way possible.
I will say this, however: this is not a series for newcomers to the DC Universe - it is clearly written for the fans, those who care about the wider continuity and for minor characters. I'm finding it necessary to recall details (Wiki helps) from all the different crises, and other events like Green Lantern: Rebirth, all of which I've read in recent weeks fortunately. I'm sure there's a wealth of detail I'm missing too, since I haven't read every. single. DC comic that has come out pre-52.
While I'd been skeptical of the series, I have no hesitation in committing to reading the remaining 3 volumes/ 39 issues. Onwards to week 14!
The storylines revolve around lower level DC characters like Booster Gold, Ralph Dibny (Elongated Man) and The Question with occasional appearances by bigger stars. The pacing is fairly well done although I often found myself wishing they would favor some storylines (e.g. Booster Gold) over others that tend to drag (Black Adam). In some cases a storyline will simply be ignored for several issues. The art is good but not really spectacular. What really drives the series forward is the anticipation of where each storyline will lead. Is Mr. Mind trying to recreate the Monster Society of Evil? Has Booster Gold broken the universes timeline? Will Ralph Dibny really resurrect his wife Sue and what the heck is Luthor plotting?
Alright, I'm hooked. Unfortunately I have to wait more than a month for the next installment. In my opinion 52 pales in comparison to Infinite Crisis although that could change as things progress. It's also inferior to many of the Countdown to Crisis storylines but it's still pretty darn good. Since I don't know how the series ends the jury is still out for me on whether or not it's a success because a few lousy endings will kill it. Its success or failure is all dependent on how they resolve the stories. Here's hoping for the best.
It's impossible to read the fonts on my Samsung Note 3.
Although the feature that zooms into each divided section on the page is nice,
sometimes that is even not enough and it's very inconvenient to read.
I only read the first few pages of this novel on my phone and I will continue reading on my iPad hopefully if it's compatible,
but so far nice artwork.