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eBook Meltdown: The Definitive Collection ePub

by David B. Schwartz

  • ISBN: 1582408211
  • Category: Publishers
  • Subcategory: Funnies
  • Author: David B. Schwartz
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Image Comics (July 31, 2007)
  • Pages: 152
  • ePub book: 1144 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1923 kb
  • Other: docx azw lit doc
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 399

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Meltdown: The Definitive Collection Paperback – July 31, 2007

Meltdown: The Definitive Collection Paperback – July 31, 2007. by. David B. Schwartz (Author). Although the book is in a prestige format and the artwork is top notch (subtle changes to indicate differences in timing was a nice touch), Schwartz's story is more like a true indy that takes chances, and so as a whole the book is the best of all worlds. That's probably not the best idea for a mainstream franchise comic book series looking to cash in on future toy lines and Wal-Mart t-shirt deals, but it's a great approach for a well designed and thoroughly enjoyable graphic-based and story driven novel.

Meltdown: The Definitive Collection.

His own super-powers are eating him alive, melting him. Meltdown: The Definitive Collection.

David B. Schwartz’s most popular book is Meltdown: The Definitive Collection.

Meltdown is a two-part comic book mini-series published in December 2006 (issue 1) and January 2007 (issue 2) by Image Comics. Written by David Schwartz and illustrated by Sean Wang.

Collects Meltdown (2006) Story by DAVID SCHWARTZ. Pick Theme Christmas: Chip & Dale Christmas: Frosty Christmas: Santa Christmas: Rudolph Christmas: W. Woodpecker Adam Strange Anomaly Aquaman Archie Avengers Avengers-70s Batman 1 Batman 2 Betty & Veronica Black Panther Blackhawk Bone Captain America Captain Atom Captain Marvel Casper Cerebus Conan 1 Conan 2 Daredevil Deadpool Defenders Dennis the Menace Doctor Doom Doctor Strange Donald Duck Dragonball Z EC: Vault.

ISBN 10: 1582408211 ISBN 13: 9781582408217.

His own super-powers are eating him alive, melting him down from within

His own super-powers are eating him alive, melting him down from within. Delivers the goods - a great read. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 11 years ago. I was more than pleasantly surprised at this very well told and fully developed book. The best graphic novels are first and foremost great stories, and "Meltdown" really delivers in that regard.

The script is by David B. Schwartz, artwork is by Sean Wang (creator of RUNNERS), colors by Guru-eFX .

Written by David Schwartz and illustrated by Sean Wang. The series was collected into a trade paperback entitled "MELTDOWN: The Definitive Collection", which also featured 52 pages of new material. at the Comic Book DB.

The Flare is dying. His own super-powers are eating him alive, melting him down from within. During his final days, The Flare must struggle with his volatile life and the questionable decisions he's made along the way, hoping to find redemption before time runs out. See the final moments that prove what a hero can — and should — be, in the stunning mini-series that took the comic industry by storm.

Comments

Fearlesshunter Fearlesshunter
I was more than pleasantly surprised at this very well told and fully developed book. The best graphic novels are first and foremost great stories, and "Meltdown" really delivers in that regard. Unlike mainstream comics that limit their storylines to watered down melodramas designed to promote a franchise character, "Meltdown" is an introspective graphic essay that reviews a "superhero" life that is blessed, and wasted, and flawed, and ultimately very human.

Although the book is in a prestige format and the artwork is top notch (subtle changes to indicate differences in timing was a nice touch), Schwartz's story is more like a true indy that takes chances, and so as a whole the book is the best of all worlds. That's probably not the best idea for a mainstream franchise comic book series looking to cash in on future toy lines and Wal-Mart t-shirt deals, but it's a great approach for a well designed and thoroughly enjoyable graphic-based and story driven novel.

Highly recommended.
Moogura Moogura
Flare is dying and this book chronicles the final days of a superhero for hire.

I did enjoy the ending. But since I almost stopped reading at the beginning I can't really justify a 4 star rating. The book starts with whining: nice guy who likes a girl who only dates "jerks". Not that they really show those men being jerks, but that is assessment. Almost, made me put down the book at that point. But I own it because an impulse buy at the store (used comic). And I figured I should read it. It deals with some tropes that other comics use: super scientist who is like magic and the like.

So, a decent read. I'll keep it.
Zacki Zacki
This entire story is wrapped up in this single trade paperback and the writing and art make it a great one. The story is really action-packed throughout as the plot being a superhero who's powers are essentially killing him and that he only has days left to live, during this time he reflects on his past and what he should and shouldn't have done. He also seeks redemption for some of his mistakes and from there tries to be a real superhero in his final days.
I would definitely recommend this comic.
Jothris Jothris
A smart, clever story with super spicy graphics that leads to a great ending. The type of graphic novel that will appeal to those looking for a deeper experience then the usual affair.
Sagda Sagda
If you like action packed excitement with excellent writing and artwork - this book is for you. Great foward momentum to an exhilerating climax.