Dreadstar, Volume 1

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Dynamic Forces, Incorporated, Sep 1, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 376 pages
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The first complete chapter of Jim Starlin's epic saga, collected in one volume, chronicling the adventures of Vanth Dreadstar, last survivor of the destroyed Milky Way Galaxy. Dreadstar finds himself transported to the Empirical Galaxy, where he is recruited by the sorcerer Syzygy Darklock to help bring an end to the 200-year-old war between the corrupt Monarchy and the fanatical Instrumentality.

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Review: Dreadstar (Marvel Graphic Novel #3)

User Review  - Drew Grohowski - Goodreads

The art and story are just plainly amazing. I'm surprised this still isn't a movie... Read full review

Review: Dreadstar (Marvel Graphic Novel #3)

User Review  - Travis - Goodreads

Jim Starlin's huge space epic ended with a whimper, rather than a bang, but it started with the kind of huge, beautiful cosmic stories that would make George Lucas weep with envy. Vanth Dreadstar grew ... Read full review

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Dreadstar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dreadstar was the first comic series published by Epic Comics, in 1982. It was centered on Vanth Dreadstar, sole survivor of the entire Milky Way galaxy, ...
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These gorgeous, painted pages introduced audiences to Vanth Dreadstar and his amazing adventures. This collection contains additional sketches, ...
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Opinions 42 - Hitting the Wall IX: Dreadstar (Nov 2000)
Vanth Dreadstar may have worn out his concept almost as soon as he began to appear in an ongoing title of his own.
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Dreadstar and Company
Dreadstar and Company is an unusual mini-series in that, in a sense, it isn't. Dreadstar was a comic that Marvel had started publishing in 1982 through its ...
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Comics Should Be Good! » Comics you should own - Dreadstar #1-40
I didn’t write about Dreadstar after Doom Patrol to prove not all Comics You Should Own are deep, philosophical stories about the very nature of existence ...
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Comic Book Galaxy - Pushing Comix Forward Since 2000.
The saga of Vanth Dreadstar and Company spans galaxies, empires, and uncounted millennia ... Not always well, but Dreadstar works as an entertainment-driven ...
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Dreadstar features the adventures of Vanth Dreadstar and his crew. ... The premise of Starlin's series was that of Vanth Dreadstar, the last survivor of the ...
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Modern Age (1980-Present): Science Fiction, Dreadstar #1 (Marvel ...
Dreadstar #1 (Marvel (Epic Comics), 1982) CGC NM/MT 9.8 White pages. First comic published by Epic. Jim Starlin story, cover, and art. ...
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History: Born in the Milky Way Galaxy, Vanth Dreadstar proved to be able to access a great power, and was tricked into destroying his own galaxy. ...
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Dafixer.com - Home Page
This hero is Vanth Dreadstar, the central character of the entire odyssey. The story opens on Earth as the Zygoteans invade and destroy it. ...
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About the author (2004)

Starlin is a 30-year veteran of the comic industry who is best known for his exploration of the cosmic side of the Marvel Universe. He has worked in every genre imaginable, and some of his other comic work is collected in LIFE AND DEATH OF CAPTAIN MARVEL and INFINITY GAUNTLET.

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