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Busiek, Kurt: AVENGERS: THE KANG DYNASTY [NEW PRINTING]

Kang's ultimate triumph! The time-traveling warlord called Kang the Conqueror returns - and this time he plans to enslave all of Earth! The only thing standing in his way is its mightiest heroes! Time and time again, Kang has been a thorn in the Avengers' side. But now, the Conqueror has gathered all his vast legions from multiple eras to conquer the present once and for all! Can an expanded roster of Avengers - including returning members and new recruits - wage worldwide war and hold back the colossal forces arrayed against them? Or will they face defeat and subjugation beneath Kang's merciless boot?! Kurt Busiek, one of the most celebrated AVENGERS writers of all time, crafts an epic clash between the heroes and their most dangerous foe! Collecting AVENGERS (1998) #41-55 and material from AVENGERS ANNUAL 2001.
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Autor Busiek, Kurt
Einband Kartonierter Einband (Kt)
Erscheinungsjahr 2023
Seitenangabe 408 S.
Meldetext Lieferbar in ca. 20-45 Arbeitstagen
Ausgabekennzeichen Englisch
Coverlag Marvel Universe (Imprint/Brand)
Verlag Random House N.Y.

Kang's ultimate triumph! The time-traveling warlord called Kang the Conqueror returns - and this time he plans to enslave all of Earth! The only thing standing in his way is its mightiest heroes! Time and time again, Kang has been a thorn in the Avengers' side. But now, the Conqueror has gathered all his vast legions from multiple eras to conquer the present once and for all! Can an expanded roster of Avengers - including returning members and new recruits - wage worldwide war and hold back the colossal forces arrayed against them? Or will they face defeat and subjugation beneath Kang's merciless boot?! Kurt Busiek, one of the most celebrated AVENGERS writers of all time, crafts an epic clash between the heroes and their most dangerous foe! Collecting AVENGERS (1998) #41-55 and material from AVENGERS ANNUAL 2001.
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Fr. 46.00
Verfügbarkeit: Am Lager
ISBN: 978-1-302-95190-0
Verfügbarkeit: Lieferbar in ca. 20-45 Arbeitstagen
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Über den Autor Busiek, Kurt

Kurt Busiek is perhaps most famous for his Eisner Award-winning collaboration with Alex Ross on Marvels, a fully painted classic that still amazes a quarter of a century later. Busiek launched Thunderbolts in the wake of “Heroes Reborn,” later writing Avengers and Iron Man upon the heroes’ return to the Marvel Universe. He teamed his two signature supergroups in the Avengers vs. Thunderbolts miniseries and spanned the history of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in Avengers Forever. He has revisited the Modern Era’s early years in such titles as Amazing Fantasy, Iron Man: The Iron Age, Thor: Godstorm and Untold Tales of Spider-Man. At DC, he has written multiple Justice League and Superman titles, and even pitted the Avengers against the JLA in a blockbuster crossover. Busiek launched his own super hero multiverse with his Astro City series, which he’s been writing since 1995. Busiek has returned to the world of Marvels for various projects, including curating Marvels Snapshots and writing the series The Marvels.

The career of British-born artist Alan Davis took off like a rocket after his humble beginnings at Marvel UK. Continuing the collaboration that saw Captain Britain become an enduring critical and fan-favorite, the two co-created D.R. and Quinch. Davis broke into U.S. comics with runs on Batman and the Outsiders and Detective Comics. Hired by Marvel U.S. in 1986, Davis launched Excalibur with Chris Claremont, and the book quickly became one of Marvel mutantdom’s most unique and humorous titles. When Davis took over as writer, he continued many plot threads from his Captain Britain run. Davis also created the super-hero family ClanDestine, and wrote and drew the DC miniseries JLA: The Nail. After a lengthy arc writing and drawing X-Men, Davis went on to work on the miniseries Killraven, Fantastic Four: The End and a ClanDestine revival. He has also illustrated writer Brian Michael Bendis’ Avengers Prime and contributed to the status-quo-changing X-Men: Schism, later helping relaunch Wolverine with writer Paul Cornell.

Spanish artist Manuel Garcia studied architecture for years before breaking into comic books, drawing a Conan pin-up for a Spanish publication. Entering the American market with a DC Comics Robin story in 2001, he moved to Marvel where his credits have included the Daredevil movie adaptation, Avengers, Thunderbolts, Marvel Adventures the Avengers, Mystique, Spider-Man: Breakout, Black Panther, Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four and Wisdom. He has worked on DC projects such as Countdown.

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