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Review: The Action Heroes Archives, Vol. 1 (The Action Heroes Archive #1)

User Review  - Brian - Goodreads

Probably the best introduction to Captain Atom is to say that he was the original inspiration for the character of Doctor Manhattan in Watchmen. He is a current character in the DC Universe, but if ... Read full review

Review: The Action Heroes Archives, Vol. 2 (The Action Heroes Archive #2)

User Review  - Bob Garrett - Goodreads

In 1966, Spider-Man co-creator Steve Ditko left Marvel Comics. ACTION HEROES ARCHIVES, Volume 2 shows us what Ditko did next. More specifically, it reprints his subsequent work on three Charlton ... Read full review

Review: The Action Heroes Archives, Vol. 1 (The Action Heroes Archive #1)

User Review  - John - Goodreads

Ok, so the writing, intended for juveniles, is no great shakes. But the Ditko art is superb. Read full review

Review: The Action Heroes Archives, Vol. 1 (The Action Heroes Archive #1)

User Review  - Bob Garrett - Goodreads

Before co-creating Spider-Man, artist Steve Ditko co-created Captain Atom. Ditko worked on the good Captain for Charlton Comics, and the work appeared in 1960 and 1961. Then, Ditko went off to Marvel ... Read full review

Review: The Action Heroes Archives, Vol. 1 (The Action Heroes Archive #1)

User Review  - Adam Graham - Goodreads

This is one of two books that takes a look at the late Charlton Comics action heroes. This one focuses on the character of Captain Atom, who was originally written by Joe Gill and drawn (almost ... Read full review

Review: The Action Heroes Archives, Vol. 2 (The Action Heroes Archive #2)

User Review  - Adam Graham - Goodreads

This second volume of Steve Ditko's work at Charlton comics collects a ton of work involving characters Captain Atom, the Blue Beetle, and the Question. This is a massive nearly 400 page book, the ... Read full review

Review: The Action Heroes Archives, Vol. 2 (The Action Heroes Archive #2)

User Review  - Rich Meyer - Goodreads

While a good portion of my hardcover reprint collection consists of Marvel Masterworks volumes, there are a few DC Comics Archives that I also take the time to grab when they're cheap on Amazon: The ... Read full review

Review: The Action Heroes Archives, Vol. 2 (The Action Heroes Archive #2)

User Review  - Joseph Rice - Goodreads

fantastic Ditko art, with some pretty good stories. towards the end of the Charlton Action Heroes line, though, Ditko's Objectivist views became very heavy handed and were not just confined to The ... Read full review

Review: The Action Heroes Archives, Vol. 1 (The Action Heroes Archive #1)

User Review  - Joseph Rice - Goodreads

great ditko art, but just so-so stories. Read full review

Review: The Action Heroes Archives, Vol. 1 (The Action Heroes Archive #1)

User Review  - Carl - Goodreads

Love early Ditko doing superheroes, when inked the art was fantastic. The Charlton characters while good were not as mainstream as Marvel or DC Captain Atom was probably the best Charlton character ... Read full review


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