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Marvel Masterworks: Luke Cage, Power Man Vol. 2 Hardcover – September 19, 2017
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There is a rather abrupt change in writing style when Don McGregor takes over. He over writes his stories with a lot of captions which has the effect of undermining the art. Not so much in the page space that all these captions take up, annoying as that might be for some. The problem is that he seems afraid the artist might not be able to convey visually the story McGregor is trying to tell. Still, McGregor's three issues that conclude this collection are probably the best in the book. Cockroach Hamilton and Piranha Jones are great villains even though that six barrelled shotgun is way over the top.
The stories written by Tony Isabella, while by no means bad, are probably the weakest in the book. His own ideals and politics are laid on much too thick in his "Security City" story. On the plus side we get the introduction of Black Goliath whose name is actually Bill Foster but is confusingly given as Bill Temple here.
George Tuska and Ron Wilson do most of the penciling while Vince Colletta does most of the inking. Tuska and Colletta are not the most effective combination. On the bright side George Perez fills in for an issue.
Extras are generous. We get the cover for Giant-Size Power Man #1, a house ad, the March 1975 calendar art and page, and some original art. Tony Isabella contributes an informative four page forward.
Highly recommended. This book can be enjoyed all by itself but start with Volume 1 if still available and if you read the Kindle version as I do it should be.