Doc Savage: The Lords of Lightning

Doc Savage The Lords of Lightning The Man of Bronze is back in a new title written by Paul Malmont national bestselling author of The Chinatown Death Cloud Peril and illustrated by Howard Porter the artist of the acclaimed JLA seri

  • Title: Doc Savage: The Lords of Lightning
  • Author: Paul Malmont Howard Porter
  • ISBN: 9781401229979
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Man of Bronze is back in a new title written by Paul Malmont, national bestselling author of The Chinatown Death Cloud Peril, and illustrated by Howard Porter, the artist of the acclaimed JLA series.In this volume, pulp hero extraordinaire Doc Savage is the target of a brazen attack on New York City, and tragedy strikes one of Doc s compatriots Doc Savage and his creThe Man of Bronze is back in a new title written by Paul Malmont, national bestselling author of The Chinatown Death Cloud Peril, and illustrated by Howard Porter, the artist of the acclaimed JLA series.In this volume, pulp hero extraordinaire Doc Savage is the target of a brazen attack on New York City, and tragedy strikes one of Doc s compatriots Doc Savage and his crew must take the fight to the sinister mercenaries who ve targeted them.

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    1. Let me start by saying that I am a HUGE Doc Savage fan and I was eagerly looking forward to this new comic book series. I grew up reading the Bantam paperback reprints, the old Marvel Comics series of adaptations and I loved the B&W series. Tying other pulp charactes into this new series through the First Wave imprint was a stroke of genius. I had very high expectations. Maybe too high. I do not know exactly where things went wrong, but this is a mess. At times the creators appear to be tryi [...]

    2. I love the idea of the First Wave workd and books and was thrilled when i heard Doc Savage was getting his own book. Sadly, I have to report that I cannot remember the last time I read a book that was quite this bad and made as little sense as it did narratively. Malmont is a novelist doing his first comic book work here so that might be the issue. Or maybe Porter just has a disastrous sense of storytelling; his artwork was certainly lacking compared to other work he's done. I don't know. This w [...]

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