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ISBN:
0785116095
Author:
Marvel Comics
Category:
Graphic Novels
Language:
English
Publisher:
Marvel; First Edition ~1st Printing edition (October 13, 2004)
Pages:
272 pages
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Marvel Masterworks is an American collection of hardcover and trade paperback comic book reprints published by Marvel Comics. The collection started in 1987, with volumes reprinting the issues of The Amazing Spider-Man, The Fantastic Four, The X-Men, and The Avengers. Approximately 10 issues are reprinted in each volume. In 2013, Masterworks published its 200th volume.

Return to the Golden Age of comics as Cap and Bucky come face to face with the Red Skull, the Ringmaster of Death .

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In celebration of 65 years in comic book publishing the House of Ideas is proud to present the first four issues of the comic series that launched Marvel Comics. This monumental hardcover volume re-masters and restores these first four historic issues and collects them for the first time. Return to the Golden Age of comics with the original tales of Sub- Mariner, the Human Torch, the Angel, and Ka-Zar.
  • Little Devil
Finally! The roots of Marvel Comics in readable digital volumes! Great stories by great artists and writers from Timely Publications, the direct forerunner of MARVEL COMICS! If you are an aficionado of golden age comics, DO NOT miss these volumes telling the early adventures of Prince Manor the Sub-Mariner and the Original Human Torch!
  • Nalmetus
Great price for a classic collection.
  • Garr
Good old school comics a bit dated but interesting
  • spark
The first Timely Comics were crude affairs and not worthy of the high price charged for the hard bound edition. But a trade paperback? That's what I'm talking about. See the beginnings of World War II's dynamic duo, The Human Torch and Sub-Mariner.
  • Perius
I have some reprints of this original Human Torch, and it is great to be able to read such historic comics in such vivid color!
  • Bloodfire
My son loves it. Delivery was prior and book was in excellent condition
  • Silvermaster
two thirds of these reviews are for other editions of this book. this book was released in 2012 and is a beautifully illustrated reprinting of the original marvel comics/golden age human torch origin story as well as back up stories featuring other (more obscure) golden age marvel heroes. this latest line of marvel masterworks is what they should have been putting out all along, none of that overpriced, hardback, six issue a pop nonsense, or big ass black and white phone book collections that the "essential" series offers.
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NOTE: This review is in regards to the PAPERBACK edition.

I have been buying all the Marvel Masterworks series since Marvel Comics started releasing them in paperback editions. (And thank you, whomever at Marvel realized there may be fans who want these books, but who can't afford the hardback editions!) I knew I would be buying every single Silver Age volume...but I wasn't sure whether I would be purchasing the Golden Age and Atlas Era volumes.

As the release date for the Golden Age Marvel Comics volume approached, I decided I would buy it--after all, the beauty of the paperback editions is that they're pretty affordable. Even if I regretted my purchase, it would be a small loss, and I would then know not to bother with future Golden Age volumes.

Well, I can happily report I don't regret the purchase at all.

While some of the features suffer from the fact most comics during the time were aimed at what was viewed as their only audience--children of the Depression and WWII era--there are some really good stories contained in these books. I found Bill Everett's Sub-Mariner (also an example of some of the best drawn Golden Age material, in my opinion) and the Ka-Zar features particularly enjoyable.

One criticism people cited regarding the hardback edition of this volume--and which made me hesitate in regards to purchasing the paperback edition--had to do with the quality of the art reproduction. While I don't have a copy of the hardback edition, and I don't have copies of the original comics, I have seen a digital scan of an original copy of the second issue of Marvel Comics. The digital copy was well scanned--not a poor quality microfiche copy--and I got a clear indication of the detail of the art in the original comics. Based on this, I was impressed with the quality of the art reproduction when I received my copy of this volume. If the quality of the art reproduction was really so poor with the hardback edition, I can't help but assume Marvel took the time to fix that issue with the paperback edition.

While I'll still be "playing it by ear" in regards to other Golden Age/Altas Era volumes, this book has helped me decide to purchase future volumes of the Golden Age Marvel Comics series.