Alpha Flight Classic, Vol. 3

Alpha Flight Classic Vol Concluding John Byrne s legendary run Canada s mightiest heroes face threats of all sizes ranging from the overweight Pink Pearl to the maniacal alchemist Diablo And when the terrible secret of Sasqu

  • Title: Alpha Flight Classic, Vol. 3
  • Author: John Byrne Bill Mantlo Mike Mignola
  • ISBN: 9780785162926
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Paperback
  • Concluding John Byrne s legendary run Canada s mightiest heroes face threats of all sizes, ranging from the overweight Pink Pearl to the maniacal alchemist Diablo And when the terrible secret of Sasquatch s origin is revealed, Alpha Flight must battle the Great Beasts in their own realm and pay a fearsome price Then, Alpha Flight s former leader, Guardian, returns froConcluding John Byrne s legendary run Canada s mightiest heroes face threats of all sizes, ranging from the overweight Pink Pearl to the maniacal alchemist Diablo And when the terrible secret of Sasquatch s origin is revealed, Alpha Flight must battle the Great Beasts in their own realm and pay a fearsome price Then, Alpha Flight s former leader, Guardian, returns from the grave or does he What s he doing palling around with the villainous Omega Flight And where does the Beyonder fit in Finally, when Alpha Flight goes fishing in another dimension, they accidentally hook the Incredible Hulk Will the jade giant smash the heroes beyond all repair Only the series new creative team knows It s north of the border action just the way you like it Collecting ALPHA FLIGHT 1983 20 29 and INCREDIBLE HULK 1968 313.

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    About "John Byrne Bill Mantlo Mike Mignola"

    1. John Byrne Bill Mantlo Mike Mignola

      John Lindley Byrne is a British born Canadian American author and artist of comic books Since the mid 1970s, Byrne has worked on nearly every major American superhero.Byrne s better known work has been on Marvel Comics X Men and Fantastic Four and the 1986 relaunch of DC Comics Superman franchise Coming into the comics profession exclusively as a penciler, Byrne began co plotting the X Men comics during his tenure on them, and launched his writing career in earnest with Fantastic Four where he also started inking his own pencils During the 1990s he produced a number of creator owned works, including Next Men and Danger Unlimited He also wrote the first issues of Mike Mignola s Hellboy series and produced a number of Star Trek comics for IDW Publishing.

    775 thoughts on “Alpha Flight Classic, Vol. 3”

    1. This concludes John Byrne's run on the book featuring characters he created. Another decent read. We get a confrontation with The Great Beasts here, one that is not without its costs. We also have the return of Omega Flight to harass our intrepid heroes. Not a bad read. To the best of my knowledge the subsequent issues of the first Alpha Flight series have never been collected so for those interested these three volumes are all that exists collecting that title. If you are a Canadian comic fan a [...]


    2. Great stories, as always. Some awesome lines near the end, too.For example, on page 147, when Walter (as Box) says "And I thought that kind of thing only happened in comic books!"Or page 188, when Talisman is being choked by the robot impostor and she tells him, "Go climb your thumb, creep."I do want to know how Talisman grew up around Calgary and has never been to West Ed, because it's one of those places you go if you live in Alberta. ;)


    3. This volume starts to deal more with real monsters than the inner monsters of the characters. Overall, still 4 stars. Hulk #313 3 stars.


    4. Johny Byrne's classic run on Alpha Flight ends with a bang. Fantastic art and great well paced storytelling. A shame his run did not last years longer.


    5. I've always enjoyed John Byrne's Alpha Flight work, and this continues to have the great art and fascinating plotting of the rest of his run. Byrne took Alpha Flight in unconventional directions, always doing the unexpected with this title.



    6. A solid end to Byrne's runA solid finish to John Byrne's run on this series. Plus the bonus of early Mike Mignola work. A must if you enjoyed the first two volumes.


    7. John Byrne termina la sua corsa sulla serie del gruppo che ha creato con il botto, e con un crescendo di storie magistrali, in parte spoilerate dalla copertina del volume. Sono grandi storie ottimamente disegnate, in cui l'anglo-canadese naturalizzato statunitense ci mostra come si possono gestire bene la morte e il ritorno di un gran personaggio senza perdere di vista nessuno degli altri di un gruppo eterogeneo come questo. Inoltre porta a risoluzione, in modo deciso e definitivo, la sottotrama [...]


    8. Most of Byrne's art seemed to improve in this volume. This is strange, because most artists tend to get sloppier after a long run. I also noticed something he started doing in the previous volume, he liked to add a good dose of cheesecake to every issue. There were lots of voluptuous poses and sexy angles, which in itself isn't a big deal. I just haven't seen it done so obviously in 80s Marvel stuff, which was very comics code oriented. Anyway, good art, but terrible dialogue. Lots of superheroe [...]



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