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by Ron Lim,Jim Starlin


After reading Jim Starlin's last two intricate and enjoyable projects, the letdown of this one comes as a total shock, so much so the thought occurs he may not have written it. It's not the lackluster story itself but what's odder is the out of character portrayals of two players, Comet and the Weird, a strange critique given he co-created the Weird and recently revamped Comet in his Mystery in Space mini.

Rann-Thanagar Holy War, Vol. 1 book. Jim Starlin, Ron Lim (Illustrator). Rob Hunter (Illustrator). Al Milgrom (Illustrator).

Rann/Thanagar: Holy War is an eight-issue limited series published in 2008, written by Jim Starlin and illustrated by Ron Lim. Holy War is a sequel to the 2006 limited series "Rann-Thanagar War," and ties in with Final Crisis. It spins out of the events from "Countdown to Adventure" and "Mystery in Space (Volume 2. Rann-Thanagar: Holy War Rann-Thanagar: Holy War Rann-Thanagar: Holy War Rann-Thanagar: Holy War Rann-Thanagar: Holy War Rann-Thanagar: Holy War #6.

Written by Jim Starlin Art by Ron Lim, Jim Starlin, Rob Hunter and Al Milgrom Cover by Ron Lim and Rob Hunter The star-spanning adventure from issues of the cosmic miniseries and HAWKMAN SPECIAL features Adam Strange, Hawkman, Captain Comet and more. Can our heroes stop the nefarious Lady Styx from turning the entire universe into her own congregation?

Artist: Ron Lim. Publication date: July 2008 - February 2009. A fanatic strapped with explosives threatens to upset the delicate balance between Rann and Thanagar, setting in motion events that will once again bring together DC's greatest cosmic heroes! Issue(s). Can our heroes stop the nefarious Lady Styx from turning the entire universe into her own congregation?

Rann–Thanagar War is a six-issue comic book limited series published by DC Comics in 2005.

Rann–Thanagar War is a six-issue comic book limited series published by DC Comics in 2005. Written by Dave Gibbons, and illustrated by Ivan Reis, Marc Campos, and John Kalisz, the series concerns a war between the planets Rann and Thanagar, and features Adam Strange, the Green Lantern Corps, Hawkman, Hawkgirl, . and Captain Comet, along with other DC space adventurers. The series was followed in early 2006 with the one-shot book Rann-Thanager War: Infinite Crisis Special #1.

Written by the legendary Jim Starlin (Death of the New Gods, Infinity War) with art by Ron Lim (Silver Surfer) and Rob Hunter (Teen Titans), Rann/Thanagar: Holy War is an interstellar adventure that can't be missed.

Art by. Rob Hunter, Ron Lim. Cover by. Ron Lim, Jim Starlin, Rob, Hunter. Written by the legendary Jim Starlin (Death of the New Gods, Infinity War) with art by Ron Lim (Silver Surfer) and Rob Hunter (Teen Titans), Rann/Thanagar: Holy War is an interstellar adventure that can't be missed.

Rann/Thanagar Holy War Vol. 1. Release Date: 2009-05-26. Writer(s): Jim Starlin. Publisher(s): DC Comics. Series: Countdown to Final Crisis. Medium: Graphic Novel. Artist(s): Ron Lim. Timeline(s): DC Comics, DC: Hawkman, DC: Infinite Crisis to Flashpoint, DC: Main Continuity. Preceded by: Followed by: Post navigation. lt;< "Titans: Old Friends".

Spinning out of the pages of INFINITE CRISIS, MYSTERY IN SPACE and 52, this star-spanning adventure features some of DC's finest cosmic heroes including Adam Strange, Hawkman, Captain Comet and more! As the nefarious Lady Styx continues her galactic pilgrimage to turn every being in the universe into her own personal congregation, the heroes face everything from time travel assaults to the resurrection of an ancient evil force as they battle her pilgrimage of evil. But not everything is as it seems, and the war involving the planets Rann and Thanagar has far greater effect on our heroes than even they suspect!

Rann/Thanagar Holy War Vol. 1 epub download

ISBN13: 978-1401222543

ISBN: 1401222544

Author: Ron Lim,Jim Starlin

Category: Young Adult and teen

Subcategory: Literature & Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: DC Comics; First Edition edition (May 26, 2009)

Pages: 168 pages

ePUB size: 1760 kb

FB2 size: 1154 kb

Rating: 4.6

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Bladebringer
After reading Jim Starlin's last two intricate and enjoyable projects, the letdown of this one comes as a total shock, so much so the thought occurs he may not have written it. It's not the lackluster story itself but what's odder is the out of character portrayals of two players, Comet and the Weird, a strange critique given he co-created the Weird and recently revamped Comet in his Mystery in Space mini. Comet's depiction is especially troublesome as he comes across as unlikable, a semi-coward whose sole motivation is monetary gain, while the Weird lacks his usual intelligent introspection. The writing in general lacks Starlin's deep premises and contemplative dialogue we have come to expect from him. These shortcomings are compounded by a lack of intrigue and protracted pace, with the eight issue length excessive for the amount of plot. It also suffers from extraneous characters, specifically Bizarro, a one trick pony who only plays a minor role. With the Strange Adventures sequel already started here's hoping this misstep was a temporary aberration and not a portent of frustration to follow.
Bladebringer
After reading Jim Starlin's last two intricate and enjoyable projects, the letdown of this one comes as a total shock, so much so the thought occurs he may not have written it. It's not the lackluster story itself but what's odder is the out of character portrayals of two players, Comet and the Weird, a strange critique given he co-created the Weird and recently revamped Comet in his Mystery in Space mini. Comet's depiction is especially troublesome as he comes across as unlikable, a semi-coward whose sole motivation is monetary gain, while the Weird lacks his usual intelligent introspection. The writing in general lacks Starlin's deep premises and contemplative dialogue we have come to expect from him. These shortcomings are compounded by a lack of intrigue and protracted pace, with the eight issue length excessive for the amount of plot. It also suffers from extraneous characters, specifically Bizarro, a one trick pony who only plays a minor role. With the Strange Adventures sequel already started here's hoping this misstep was a temporary aberration and not a portent of frustration to follow.
Akir
Great story, any comic fan will enjoy this!
Akir
Great story, any comic fan will enjoy this!