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eBook Tangent: Superman's Reign (Vol. 1) ePub

by Dan Jurgens

  • ISBN: 1401221521
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: Teens
  • Author: Dan Jurgens
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: DC Comics (February 10, 2009)
  • Pages: 160
  • ePub book: 1466 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1678 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 458

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Tangent: Superman's Reign Vol. 1. (Tangent: Superman's Reign by. Dan Jurgens, Ron Marz. Jamal Igle (Illustrator). Fernando Pasarín (Illustrator).

Tangent: Superman's Reign" not only revisited these characters, but had them crossover with the mainstream DC. .This book is equally enjoyable for people completely unfamiliar with the original Tangent Comics as well.

Tangent: Superman's Reign" not only revisited these characters, but had them crossover with the mainstream DC Universe. As a fan of the original "Tangent" line, I really enjoyed its revival. While some of the Tangent characters have made brief cameos over the years, this is the first time the Tangent Universe has actually been explored in depth in recent times. It includes a back up feature, in which the history of the Tangent universe and characters are briefly explained, allowing anyone to quickly get up to speed.

Tangent: Superman's Reign is a twelve-issue maxiseries published between March, 2008 and February, 2009. The story features the regular heroes of the DC Universe crossing over into the Tangent Universe, and teaming up with Tangent heroes to help put a stop to the oppressive regime of the Tangent Superman. It is primarily being written by Dan Jurgens. Tangent: Superman's Reign Tangent: Superman's Reign Tangent: Superman's Reign Tangent: Superman's Reign Tangent: Superman's Reign #5.

Dan Jurgens (/ˈdʒɜːrɡənz/; born June 27, 1959) is an American comic book writer and artist. He is known for his work on the DC comic book storyline "The Death of Superman" and for creating characters such as Doomsday, Hank Henshaw and Booster Gold. Jurgens had a lengthy run on the Superman comic books including The Adventures of Superman, Superman vol. 2 and Action Comics. At Marvel, Jurgens worked on series such as Captain America, The Sensational Spider-Man and was the writer on Thor for six years.

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Tangent: superman's reign vol. Apple iBooksCheck Availability Check Availability. comiXologyCheck Availability Check Availability. Google BooksCheck Availability Check Availability. The Tangent Earth and our DC Universe collide in this collection of TANGENT: SUPERMAN'S REIGN and JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA Talent. Inker Matt Haley, Victor Llamas, Tom Simmons, Batt, Robin Riggs, Jesús Merino, Mark McKenna, Livesay, Jesse Delperdang. Penciller Matt Clark, Fernando Pasarin, Bradley Walker, Joe Benitez, Carlos Pacheco, Jamal Igle, Matt Haley.

But "Tangent: Superman’s Reign" might help to snap me out of it, and if the rest of the series is as good as this first issue, I think I’ll be once again riding the train to Dan esomeville. It helps that he’s got Matthew Clark penciling this comic

But "Tangent: Superman’s Reign" might help to snap me out of it, and if the rest of the series is as good as this first issue, I think I’ll be once again riding the train to Dan esomeville. It helps that he’s got Matthew Clark penciling this comic. Clark’s the only reason I bothered to read the issue in the first place, honestly.

According to Dan Jurgens, the reconceptualization of Superman "went through many permutations. Tangent: Superman's Reign Volume 1, 160 pages collecting and Justice League of America (vol. 2) Tangent: Superman's Reign Volume 2, 144 pages collecting

According to Dan Jurgens, the reconceptualization of Superman "went through many permutations. An early idea eschewed powers altogether and revolved around highlighting the "man" in "Superman," and making him "a cop, or a doctor or something different. 2) Tangent: Superman's Reign Volume 2, 144 pages collecting

Located on a parallel Earth where a series of events altered the evolution of super heroes from that of the regular DC Universe, the Tangent characters exist as slight deviations on well-known DCU favorites.The Tangent Earth and regular DC Universe collide when the Tangent Superman deems himself dictator of his world! Can the combined power of heroes from two different realities take down one of the most extraordinary beings in all the cosmos? And what caused Tangent Superman to take over his world in the first place? It's a mega-battle filled with team-ups and face-offs you never thought you'd see!

Comments

Xanna Xanna
The original concept for DC's "Tangent Comics" line, debuting in the late 90's, was an interesting one. In short, they created a comic universe, in which they invented new characters that shared the same names as established heroes, but with completely different powers and back stories. For example, instead of a speedster, the Tangent version of the Flash is a young woman with light-based powers, and the Tangent Green Lantern is a mysterious magic user instead of a space cop. "Tangent: Superman's Reign" not only revisited these characters, but had them crossover with the mainstream DC Universe.

As a fan of the original "Tangent" line, I really enjoyed its revival. While some of the Tangent characters have made brief cameos over the years, this is the first time the Tangent Universe has actually been explored in depth in recent times. I was a little wary at first at this being a crossover with the main DCU, as I was afraid they would let their "main" heroes overshadow their Tangent counterparts. However, this turned out not to be the case, as both sets of characters really get equal exposure and importance in the plot. Additionally, by having both universes' characters side by side, it was fun to note just how different they were from one another.

This book is equally enjoyable for people completely unfamiliar with the original Tangent Comics as well. It includes a back up feature, in which the history of the Tangent universe and characters are briefly explained, allowing anyone to quickly get up to speed.

Just as a note, this particular book only contains the first half of the story, so it should really be purchased along side the second volume.
lolike lolike
Great read!
Granigrinn Granigrinn
This is a story that was put together very well. It is clever and inventive in how characters in another universe have the chance to be heros rather than villians. It also makes you think 'What is a Hero?"
You may as well plan on buying vol. 2
Tekasa Tekasa
Of all the superhero books I have read this one had to be the worst.
I'm not a big critic, but this was a potentially good idea that should've had
a stronger writer on this.Instead we get cookie cutter writing aka
Heroes go to alternate dimension,beat up bad guy,save world.
Anyone who read the original series will be very disappointed with this
one,people who haven't ,the same,but that's just my viewpoint.
All in all,disappointed.