The Brave and The Bold, volume 1 - Lords of Luck

The Brave and The Bold, volume 1 - Lords of Luck The Brave And The Bold Los Se Ores De La SuertePublicada Originalmente En Los N Meros A De The Brave And The Bold, De Abril A Octubre De Alguien Ha Robado El Libro Del Destino, Un Artefacto Omnipotente Que Otorga A Sus Poseedores Un Conocimiento Completo Del Pasado, Presente Y Futuro Batman Y Green Lantern Deber N Formar Una Alianza Con Varios Superh Roes, Como Supergirl, Blue Beetle, Lobo Y La Legi N De Superh Roes, Para Poder Recuperar El Libro Y Restaurar El Tejido De La RealidadThe Brave And The Bold N M Publicado Originalmente En Noviembre De La Primera Aventura En Equipo Protagonizada Por Green Arrow Y El Detective Marciano

Mark Waid born March 21, 1962 in Hueytown, Alabama is an American comic book writer He is best known for his eight year run as writer of the DC Comics title The Flash, as well as his scripting of the limited series Kingdom Come and Superman Birthright, and his work on Marvel Comics Captain America.

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  • Hardcover
  • The Brave and The Bold, volume 1 - Lords of Luck
  • Mark Waid
  • Spanish
  • 06 September 2019

10 thoughts on “The Brave and The Bold, volume 1 - Lords of Luck

  1. says:

    Well this was a real funny rollercoasting guided tour of the DC Universe by Waid P rez ultimate dream team, a fantastic duo making comics just for the sake of making them, and a perfect starting point for new readers like this old Marvel Zombie introducing with semplicity tons of characters.Loved the storyline, an amazing mix of superheroes, sci fi, time travel and mistery, and the Silver Age vibe when comics were just fun, heroes were flying around saving worlds, respecting themselves and joining forces quickly to save the day.Waid is a Maestro of inter character dialogue writing, George P rez s hyper detailed artworks were just over the top, and Supergirl s team up with Green Lantern and Lobo made me laugh to tears so much that I m just going to re read this graphic novel as soon as I ve done with this review.E P I C

  2. says:

    Good I may not like everything Mark Waid writes, but I got to give it to him, the man knows how to write good dialogue between characters So the story here is Green Lantern is flying through space when he stumbles upon a dead human body floating in space so he calls to Batman to help, they look into it and the story goes from a murder mystery to a Cosmic adventure Like I said earlier, the dialogue between characters is just so good, its what I liked so much about JLA Year One, where the dialogue between characters feels so organic and real Artwork by George P rez was also a nice treat in this The story flows pretty well for the most part, I liked how it was a mystery story for the first chunk of it, but it did start to drag on a bit towards the end, luckily it ended before it out stayed its welcome There are a lot of characters in this one book, throughout the story we have different paring ups, which again work well with the good dialogue it does get a bit overwhelming though with the large ensemble I mean we have Batman, Green Lantern, Supergirl, Blue Beetle, Lobo, which all worked well but the you get The Legion of Super Heroes, Adam Strange etc and it starts to get a bit too much, but again it ends before it can get too convoluted In the end, this was a fun mystery cosmic adventure

  3. says:

    I m a big fan of George Perez s art, and I believe he assisted with the plotting I really liked this run, both for the stories, the dialog, and the art.EDIT Changing to 5 stars I m gonna go buy this and read it again I miss it Forgive me, BB.UPDATE Chapter Two Chapter 4 I m a sucker for this Supergirl incarnation With Lobo Finished again Good fun Supergirl and Lobo a highlight And what happens to Batman You d probably enjoy it if you knew DC Comics history, but I enjoyed it just fine not being an expert.

  4. says:

    Remember when comic books used to be fun and nobody whined about their emotional issues because they were too busy, flying, fighting aliens and saving the world Well, so does Mark Waid and that means we get a collection of great team ups, big, epic stories and 1,000 little bits of DC history all done with beautiful George Perez art.The Supergirl Lobo story is particularly fun and I generally hate Lobo.

  5. says:

    3.5 starsThis is not a must read, but it was still fun It has that Saturday morning cartoon kind of feel to it You know, just one big adventure story without all the angst and emotional undertones It s also something that someone with little to no knowledge of DC characters could read and enjoy.

  6. says:

    Despite the reboot of this old concept, the book sets up for a fantastic series of reading ahead.

  7. says:

    Well that was a fun way to get a lot of new to me characters in at once.

  8. says:

    An enjoyable dive in to the DC universe featuring a makeshift, unlikely team of Batman, Green Lantern, Supergirl, Blue Beetle, The Legion of Superheroes and, surprisingly, Lobo.A rather good set up and high stakes are enough to entice any reader in a comic and this does it relatively well It s not 100% perfect but it kept me quite interested in finding out how they would resolve the situation.With a book that can tell the reader all of history and the reader can use it to manipulate the flow of events EG Avoid incoming attacks it s a pretty overused but interesting plot device and it s put to rather good use in this novel However The greatest downfall of this comic is the villains The Lords of Luck who are rather generic and boring Their ultimate plot is very basic prolong a war very original On top of that, the final fight seems rushed and uneventful With so much of a build up it s a little disappointed and it left me just thinking to myself Is that it And with a sudden, unexplained inclusion of a rip off of Marvel s Fantastic Four right at the end who have never, to my knowledge, ever been seen or mentioned prior in the DC Universe, this just makes the conclusion really, well, stupid Especially considering they re the universe s only hope against the Lords of Luck.A good build up but a disappointing conclusion.

  9. says:

    The book just couldn t settle down and tell the story It was all, Wow Gee Wowie Zowie Here s something even bigger than the last page, which we ll bring to you before we play the previous story out I mean, something significant happens to Batman no spoiler , but it s completely undone within 4 pages of his arc throughout maybe 10 15 pages in the book, but those 10 15 pages are telling other characters stories It s freaking ridiculous, and a waste of my time I expected a lot than this from Mark Waid This candy assed crud was straight from the 1980s, and the reason why I didn t get into DC comics until about 5 years ago.

  10. says:

    Batman Space Time Travel Awesome.

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