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on September 19, 2012
I strongly recommend the third volume of the Captain Marvel Marvel Master works. I purchased this because it was the first storyline invovling Thanos one of the most compelling comic book villians. I was not disappointed Besides very good art imaginative page design especially for that time and excellent action there was also some real character devlopment with Captain Marvel. Those stories begin with Iron Man 55 and then issues 25-33 of the Captain Marvel. If those were the only stories in the volume I would giv ti 5 stars but there are three earlier stories from Captain Marvel22-24 and they are good but nothing special and weaker than the Thanos storyline especially when compared to that storyline. I would have put those stories in volume 2 and let the Thanos stories stand alone but I strongly recommend it because of the Thanos stories
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on September 5, 2012
this features the legendary thanos saga by outstanding artist jim starlin. it's one of the best written and drawn comics ever. this is a must have for the serious comic book afficionado, and a visual feast and delight.
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on October 9, 2013
A great introduction to Captain Marvel and Jim Starlin! As well as a primer on the big bad coming up in the Marvel Cineverse.... Thanos!
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on October 16, 2010
The Thanos Saga by Jim Starlin is one of the best story-arcs published in the 70s.
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on July 17, 2009
The 1970s were, in my opinion, the most wildly creative time in comics. Writers and artists were really pushing the envelope to see what they could do. Starlin was one of the leaders of the pack. While Capt. Marvel may be slightly more conventional than his Warlock series, it is still high cosmic drama, with an artist/writer at the top of his game. The artwork is absolutely gorgeous. You will not be disappointed with this book.
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