Gorilla-Man

Gorilla-Man

Book - 2010
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Shooting from the pages of ATLAS, comes an all new exploration of fan-favorite GORILLA MAN! Yes, Ken Hale is blessed with might and cursed with inhumanity, but you don't know the entire tale, and how his history may destroy his present! See his storied past as an Agent of Atlas, a soldier of fortune, an ally of the Avengers, and a Howling Commando! Three incredible issues by JEFF PARKER (ATLAS, THUNDERBOLTS, FALL OF THE HULKS ALPHA) and GIANCARLO CARACUZZO (ATLAS)! COLLECTING Gorilla Man #1-3
Publisher: New York, NY : Marvel Worldwide, [2010]
ISBN: 9780785149118
0785149112
Branch Call Number: YA GORILLA-MAN GRAPHIC NOVEL COLL
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly col. ill. ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Caracuzzo, Giancarlo
Parker, Jeff 1966-

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lasertravis Jun 15, 2011

Very good story. Origin of type deal. I have really fallen for these Agents of Atlas books. They have this great old school nostalgic quality to them and this is no exception. The artwork is great. Gorilla-Man is not much in the way of super powers, but it is a fun character and a fun read. The book includes some other supposed Marvel comics from ages past that feature other characters named Gorilla-Man. I wasn't impressed with them, but it beefs up the book. There are also some blog style questions asked of Gorilla-Man of which some are humorous.

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