Luke Cage, Vol. 1: Sins of the Father

Luke Cage Vol Sins of the Father The man who made Luke Cage into the unbreakable hero he is today Dr Noah Burstein is dead But when Luke heads to New Orleans for the funeral it turns out that there may be to his father figure s de

  • Title: Luke Cage, Vol. 1: Sins of the Father
  • Author: David F. Walker Nelson Blake II
  • ISBN: 9781302907785
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • The man who made Luke Cage into the unbreakable hero he is today, Dr Noah Burstein, is dead But when Luke heads to New Orleans for the funeral, it turns out that there may be to his father figure s death than he realized Shady billionaires, amped up gangs, and a shadowy figure from his past propel Luke into a world of mystery The hunt he begins may end up destroyiThe man who made Luke Cage into the unbreakable hero he is today, Dr Noah Burstein, is dead But when Luke heads to New Orleans for the funeral, it turns out that there may be to his father figure s death than he realized Shady billionaires, amped up gangs, and a shadowy figure from his past propel Luke into a world of mystery The hunt he begins may end up destroying himbut when Cage is looking for answers, it s a bad day for anyone in his way COLLECTING LUKE CAGE 1 5

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    1. I'm sad to say this first volume is a great disappointment. After the quite good series he did with Sanford Greene on Power Man & Iron Fist I wanted to see what Walker would do with Luke Cage alone. It's doesn't seem promising.Evrything in this book spells cheap tv series. You know, the ones where you know who's the bad guy the very second you see him on the screen. Dead on. The same goes for motives, easily guessed around half the first issue. That makes for 4 long issues to follow.Add a ve [...]

    2. After the success that Jessica Jones comic has been having, it’s really no surprise that they decided to reboot Luke Cage’s storyline (and side note: Defenders is also on the way, so be excited!). Thankfully a few cues have been taken from the show, as far as style is concerned. So while there is still the iconic yellow shirt (which they even comment on!) most of the costume has been pretty modernized (and it looks fantastic).I would just like to say this upfront; while fans of the Luke Cag [...]

    3. David F. Walker is a badass dude. He's created some of my favorite comics of last two years. Saying that, I was a tad bit let down on Luke Cage. Luke is kind of just a dude here who is dealing with "family" in a big way. Not direct family but people who went through the same experiments he did but usually ending up worse. They have some crazy effects that make them become cold blooded killers. So while Luke confronts his past in terms of his creator (of powers) and dealing with new kids who are [...]

    4. An interesting start to a series. The art is simple but dramatic, and Luke is written very well- his internal narrative is captivating, and the dialogue is pretty funny at times.However, the cast of characters is HUGE- and it's hard to keep straight all the names and faces, who's alive and who isn't. There's only time in these first 5 issues for a couple characters to stand out from the crowd. This kind of complexity doesn't have to be bad, but I don't think this series pulled it off all the way [...]

    5. Solid storytelling makes up for the fact that this is a pretty standard trope at Marvel: hero who gained his powers through a science experiment revisits his origin to find that other people were experimented on with the same process before and/or after. Wolverine and Captain America come to mind immediately.Anyhow, I enjoyed this iteration due to the tight script and the general awesomeness of Luke Cage.

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