Mon El Vol Following the startling events of New Krypton Earth finds itself without its greatest protector Superman Luckily Metropolis still has a few heroes like Mon El and the Guardian But after years of kn

  • Title: Mon-El, Vol. 1
  • Author: James Robinson Richard Donner Geoff Johns Renato Guedes Jose Wilson Magalhaes Javier Pina Pablo Raimondi Jesús Merino
  • ISBN: 9781401226343
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Following the startling events of New Krypton, Earth finds itself without its greatest protector Superman Luckily, Metropolis still has a few heroes, like Mon El and the Guardian But after years of knowing nothing but the solitude of the Phantom Zone, how will Mon El acclimate himself to society And the recently returned Guardian has his hands full with his new posiFollowing the startling events of New Krypton, Earth finds itself without its greatest protector Superman Luckily, Metropolis still has a few heroes, like Mon El and the Guardian But after years of knowing nothing but the solitude of the Phantom Zone, how will Mon El acclimate himself to society And the recently returned Guardian has his hands full with his new position in the Science Police How can they fill Superman s shoes They d better figure it out fast, because dangerous mysteries abound The highly acclaimed writer artist team of James Robinson STARMAN, NEW KRYPTON and Renato Guedes SUPERMAN UP, UP AND AWAY continue their run on SUPERMAN with or without The Man of Steel Collecting SUPERMAN 684 690, ACTION COMICS 874, and materials from SUPERMAN SECRET FILES 2009 1 and ACTION COMICS ANNUAL 10,

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    About “James Robinson Richard Donner Geoff Johns Renato Guedes Jose Wilson Magalhaes Javier Pina Pablo Raimondi Jesús Merino

    1. James Robinson Richard Donner Geoff Johns Renato Guedes Jose Wilson Magalhaes Javier Pina Pablo Raimondi Jesús Merino says:

      James Robinson is a British writer, best known for his work in comic books and screenplays He is well known for his encyclopedic knowledge of comic book continuity, especially regarding the Golden Age of comic books His earliest comic book work came in the late 1980s, but he became best known for his revitalization of the character Starman for DC comics in the 1990s In addition, he has written for Batman, Cable, Captain America, and currently writes for Justice League of America.



    2 thoughts on “Mon-El, Vol. 1

    1. James Robinson injects his trademark humanity into yet another set of DC characters for this New Krypton storyline. Eventual Legionnaire and Daxamite powerhouse Lar Gand first encountered a young Clark Kent back on the Smallville farm. While finally giving the boy an equal, an accidental brush with lead forced Gand into the Phantom Zone to arrest his fatal reaction to the metal. A deteriorating Phantom Zone and a mysterious cure for the lead poisoning allow Gand to once again walk the Earth. App [...]

    2. It was the last great pre-TheNew52 Superman storyline. It was supposed to entertain and enlighten and energize the Superman books for years to come. It was one of the most massive, interconnected tales of Kal-El ever told.And I thoroughly enjoyed it.And I think I was one of the few who did.And that is a complete shame.Superman New Krypton is a storyline that takes place over almost two years worth of Superman, Action Comics, Supergirl, Superboy, World of New Krypton, Adventure Comics and various [...]

    3. So this is where New Krypton drags for me. This volume follows The Guardian and Steel as well as Mon El. All of these story lines really seem to just float in and out of the overall story. The events that happen in this volume are entertaining but fall flat at times and doesn't grip you that much until near the end of the book.

    4. This book takes place right before the New 52, which is when everything went to s**t in my opinion! So, this is actually a pretty good book because it takes a character that many of us don't knowd certainly don't care about and somehow it makes it pretty good.Not only that, but many of the more recent Superman stories are not edited or put together very well, yet this one is.There's very little in this book that has to do with the Legion of Superheroes and so it's easy to follow. The New Krypton [...]

    5. Mon-El Volume 1 fills in the gaps of the New Krypton story arc during Superman's extended abscence from Earth. Having never heard of Mon-El before reading this, I had to do a little research which really did help to understand the character a little more. But here's a brief rundownMon-El was born with the name Lar Gand, the offspring of a human male and a Daxamite female who had visited Earth during the height of the Maya culture. He was born on Daxam but left to explore the stars and eventually [...]

    6. For a character that has been around 50 years Mon-El is on his third, or is it fourth, reboot. This version harkens back more the original version of Lar Grand of the planet Daxam. While Superman is on New Krypton Mon-El has promised to be Metropolis's guardian. James Robinson's writing finally seems to tightening up, in comparison to his work on Superman. What was best was some of the throwaway bits by Robinson. Mon-El meets heroes throughout the world when he decides to tour the world to check [...]

    7. This is a good continuation of the New Krypton storyline. Superman now has to play the role of diplomat to a nation of Kryptonians who are not as peaceful as he believed, and who have formed a new planet on the other side of the sun, a constant presence and reminder that they can, at will, attack the Earth if they so choose. In the meantime, the Phantom Zone is collapsing, and Mon-El--Kal-El's childhood friend--is trapped until Superman pulls him free. Now he takes Superman's place on Earth whil [...]

    8. This did do a little jumping around, but as a whole I really liked it. I've known of Mon-El, but this is really the first story I've read about him. I think he'll really add something to the Superman family. I liked that they established a secret identity, and thought it was a good move making him one of the science cops. It helps to make him different from Superman. Interesting story. I'd definitely read more Mon-El solo stuff.

    9. a decent companion to the New Krypton series that shows some of what was going on on Earth while Supes was visiting New Krypton. Unfortunately these stories don't quite hang together well enough on their own, but they do give readers some information about Mon-El

    10. This was an ok read, with some good stories. The reason I didn't give it a higher rating is that the art was a little lacking.My favorite issue is the one where Mon-El decided that he wanted to live and was going sight-seeing all over the world.

    11. I prefer to think that this dreck was authored by a different James Robinson than the man responsible for the singularly magnificent "Starman" of times past. Then again, a man can have only one masterpiece, meaning everything else he's done must pale by comparison.

    12. Eh, it was okay, but since I've never heard of Mon-El before I had to wonder a lot why I was reading it. I just didn't really connect to the story.

    13. It was a very decent book series, and Mon-El makes a much better replacement for Superman then the last time they tried this.

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