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by Jim Shooter

Free eBook Legion of Super-Heroes: Enemy Manifest download ISBN: 1401223052
Author: Jim Shooter
Publisher: DC Comics (May 25, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 122
Category: Young Adults
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction
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Legion of Super-Heroes: Enemy Rising SC. Jim Shooter. Some of the characters are missing in this book and the villains here simply are not as threatening and their conflict with the Legion is nowhere near as epic as some of the other challenges the heroes faced in the series

Legion of Super-Heroes: Enemy Rising SC. Some of the characters are missing in this book and the villains here simply are not as threatening and their conflict with the Legion is nowhere near as epic as some of the other challenges the heroes faced in the series. The art by Francis Manapul and Livesay is, on the whole, very good. The main story is average-at best-but the rushed and completely unsatisfying end to the story, to the series and to this version of the Legion left a bad aftertaste.

Legendary LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES writer Jim Shooter continues his return to the 31st century with ENEMY MANIFEST, the latest volume starring the greatest heroes of the future. While war looms and a traitor plots against the Legion from within, a massive, hostile planet appears near Jupiter, and its gravity is ripping apart the solar system! It's tense drama and high action Legendary LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES writer Jim Shooter continues his return to the 31st century with ENEMY MANIFEST, the latest volume starring the greatest heroes of the future.

Автор: Shooter Jim Название: Legion of Super-Heroes: Enemy Manifest Издательство . Today, twenty years later, disgruntled hero of an unheroic war, all Bob Lee Swagger wants to be left alone and to leave the killing behind.

Автор: Shooter Jim Название: Legion of Super-Heroes: Enemy Manifest Издательство: DC Comics Классификация: ISBN: 1401223052 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781401223052 ISBN: 1-401-22305-2 ISBN-13(EAN): 978-1-401-22305-2 Обложка/Формат: Paperback Вес: . 2 кг. Дата издания: 3. 5.

Legendary LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES writer Jim Shooter continues his return to the 31st century with ENEMY .

Legendary LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES writer Jim Shooter continues his return to the 31st century with ENEMY MANIFEST, the latest volume starring the greatest heroes o. .Written by Jim Shooter Art and cover by Francis Manapul & Livesay While war looms and a traitor plots against the Legion from within, a massive, hostile planet appears near Jupiter, and its gravity is ripping apart the solar system Collecting LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES from legendary LEGION writer Jim Shooter and artist Francis Manapul (Witchblade). While war looms and a traitor plots against the Legion from within, a massive, hostile planet appears near Jupiter, and its gravity is ripping apart the solar system! It's tense drama and high action as a recruitment drive takes place and the beginning of the Universal Annihilation War reveals itself! Collects Legion of Super-Heroes

While war looms and a traitor plots against the Legion from within, a massive, hostile planet appears near Jupiter, and its gravity is ripping apart the solar system! Collects LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES

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Collecting LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES from legendary LEGION writer Jim Shooter and artist Francis Manapul (Witchblade). Legion Of Super-Heroes: Enemy Manifest.

Collects Legion of Super Heroes (2005-2009 5th Series) Written by Jim Shooter. Art and cover by Francis Manapul and Livesay. While war looms and a traitor plots against the Legion from within, a massive, hostile planet appears near Jupiter, and its gravity is ripping apart the solar system! From legendary LEGION writer Jim Shooter and artist Francis Manapul (Witchblade). Softcover, 144 pages, full color.

In Enemy Manifest, Shooter essentially pits the Legion against a takeover from virtual reality. The alien destroyers from the first volume are revealed as avatars of digitized race that lives in the universe's ever-present dark matter. It's a fascinating concept, though one unfortunately that Shooter doesn't get much time to explore before the story ends; under writer Mark Waid, this incarnation of the Legion specifically decried how their society communicated virtually instead of physically, so if you squint and tilt your head, the entire series approximates coming full circle.

Legendary LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES writer Jim Shooter continues his return to the 31st century with ENEMY MANIFEST, the latest volume starring the greatest heroes of the future. While war looms and a traitor plots against the Legion from within, a massive, hostile planet appears near Jupiter, and its gravity is ripping apart the solar system! It's tense drama and high action as a recruitment drive takes place and the beginning of the Universal Annihilation War reveals itself!
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MrRipper
The art was pretty good but the story itself was kind of not really good...in fact it was terrible. Everyone was a jerk in it and there was no real pay off in the end. I didn't like it.
Vut
"Enemy Manifest" contains the last comics of the "threebooted" version of the Legion of Superheroes. Initially launched by Mark Waid, this collection was primarily authored by Jim Shooter whose stints with the Legion have spanned forty years. Shooter and DC had problems while these books were written and his name was not attached to the last issue in the series.

These comics mark the end of the threebooted Legion and while some plot holes were filled, others--including a major thread with Princess Projectra and Timber Wolf, were left unfinished. Some of the characters are missing in this book and the villains here simply are not as threatening and their conflict with the Legion is nowhere near as epic as some of the other challenges the heroes faced in the series. The art by Francis Manapul and Livesay is, on the whole, very good.

The main story is average--at best--but the rushed and completely unsatisfying end to the story, to the series and to this version of the Legion left a bad aftertaste. Shooter is a strong enough writer to have many touching and inspiring moments--but they simply are not enough to salvage this book.

The threebooted Legion showed a great deal of potential and promise in its slightly more than 4 years on center stage. Still, it never quite fulfilled all that potential. There were sudden changes--adding and removing Supergirl, various plot threads with the United Planets, removing core members like Dream Girl (sort of), Cosmic Boy, Triplicate Girl, Mon-El, Sun Boy and Karate Kid. DC has shuffled the deck more on the Legion than almost any other comic so that may be expected but readers can almost get whiplash as the threebooted Legion kept moving off into too many directions in a short space of time.

While the threebooted Legion was never as good as it could have been, it never was as bad as some of its harshest critics have maintained (most of whom have taken aim at what they see as its juvenile rebellion message--in fact Waid had some interesting thoughts on the tyranny of utopias and generational conflict). Whatever we think of the threebooted Legion, it deserved a better send off than these last issues.
ndup
The Legion of Superheroes has come along way but this book does not end the series very well. I had these things individually and i'll tell you the first 2 issues are pretty good Ultra Boy and Saturn Girl do something you wouldn't expect, and when Saturn Girl tells Lighting Lad finds out he is not happy. The 3rd issue (47) is decent with Braniac 5 and Dream Girl get engaged in his dream and 48 is pretty good with Legion try outs and 49 is just amazing and unpredictable with Phantom Girl getting seriously getting injured by Princess Projecta and she now has telepaathic powers, you'd think it would be a great issue 50.WRONG. Due to Legion of Superheroes being cancelled Projecta and Timber Wolf have gone missing and 6 Legionaries go to stop a living computer and they win then Braniac 5 brings back Dream Girl to life and thats how it ends. It was a great storyline until it was cancelled at issue 50 so there are alot of unresolved questions and the art for some issues is just bad.