Neil Gaiman's Mr. Hero The Newmatic Man: The Complete Comics, Volume One (2020)

Neil Gaiman's Mr. Hero The Newmatic Man: The Complete Comics, Volume One James Vance Neil Gaiman Ted Slampyak Neil Gaiman s Mr Hero The Newmatic Man The Complete Comics Volume One Neil Gaiman s Mr Hero Complete Comics Vol The Newmatic Man
  • Title: Neil Gaiman's Mr. Hero The Newmatic Man: The Complete Comics, Volume One
  • Author: James Vance Neil Gaiman Ted Slampyak
  • ISBN: 9781629914350
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Paperback
Neil Gaiman's Mr. Hero The Newmatic Man: The Complete Comics, Volume One James Vance Neil Gaiman Ted Slampyak Neil Gaiman s Mr Hero Complete Comics Vol 1 The Newmatic Man.
Neil Gaiman's Mr. Hero The Newmatic Man: The Complete Comics, Volume One James Vance Neil Gaiman Ted Slampyak

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One thought on “Neil Gaiman's Mr. Hero The Newmatic Man: The Complete Comics, Volume One

  1. Cale

    There is a very big difference between something being Neil Gaiman s and being by Neil Gaiman The latter gives you things like Sandman, The Books of Magic, and Mr Punch The former gets you a steam powered robot with two switchable heads Iconic it is not.It is also definitely of its time part of the mid 90 s Comics boom and bust, this typifies a few aspects of the time the overly buff men, the over saturated colors, the painful dialogue It eschews a number of tropes, though the female lead spends [...]

  2. Ronald Grant

    Overall a pretty weird graphic novel comic series, but I give it points for originality Weird is to be expected with any book that Neil Gaiman writes, and when it gets transformed into a graphic novel, it can only get even odd But I like the fact that Mr Hero is centered around a steampunk type robot from the past on a journey to find his missing hand and getting help from a modern day slacker girl in Los Angeles I wouldn t mind continuing on with the series of comics and diving even deeper int [...]

  3. Ronald

    This was a very interesting read The characters were different from what you normally find in a comic book The main character despite the title was a young lady, a strong willed and independent lady to be sure The robot character was interesting and the villain was very different But in the end the storytelling was disjointed and choppy There was a lot of back story missing that after 200 pages still needs to be fleshed out There were new minor villains and side stories introduced almost at rand [...]

  4. Jaimie

    For all its pulpy melodrama, it s hard for me to criticize this book too much, because it has such a solid and intriguing basis We are taken back into acquaintance with teh Teknophage readers may or may not be familiar with his own series of comics, but it matters little to this particular story , but the story centres on a wondrous automaton which seemingly has the capacity for independent thought Much of the action consists of the automaton and his chosen companions running about attempting to [...]

  5. Abby

    This one is pretty obscure I d never heard of it until I saw it on a friend s bookshelf I thought it was strange I hadn t heard of it since Neil Gaiman s name was on it and I m pretty familiar with his work The reason is, while Gaiman developed the concept for some of the characters, he didn t write the comics himself It s a little campy, but there s some good relationship development and some good humor, the artwork is solid, and I was never bored.

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