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by Leonard Kirk,Jeff Parker
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Graphic Novels
  • Author:
    Leonard Kirk,Jeff Parker
  • ISBN:
    0785127127
  • ISBN13:
    978-0785127123
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  • Publisher:
    Marvel; First Printing edition (May 9, 2007)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Graphic Novels
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  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    812
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Writer Jeff Parker weaves a wonderful yarn and has really done his homework on these great obscure characters. Leonard Kirks art is enjoyable and easy on the eyes

Writer Jeff Parker weaves a wonderful yarn and has really done his homework on these great obscure characters. The story he tells spans from the post war days of Namor and cousin Namora in 1947 through the 50s, and up to present day. Leonard Kirks art is enjoyable and easy on the eyes. The trade paperback reprints Agents of Atlas issues 1-6 and has some nice extras. Plenty of text that goes in depth about the stories origins, how the project was developed and profiles on the individual characters in the story. It also includes reprints of the first appearances of the characters in the story.

Agents of Atlas is a fictional superhero team appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The first lineup was composed of characters originally appearing in unrelated stories published in the 1950s by Marvel's predecessor company, Atlas Comics. The characters debuted as a team in What If (June 1978) and starred in the 2006 limited series Agents of Atlas, written by Jeff Parker and with art by Leonard Kirk.

Jeff Parker, Leonard Kirk. This team is based on the Avengers from Earth-9904

Jeff Parker, Leonard Kirk. Agents of Atlas (October, 2006). The Agents of Atlas successfully form an alliance between Namor McKenzie and the Atlanteans when Namora and the Sub-Mariner express their love and decided to marry. Despite Namor's pleadings, Namora decides to join the Agents of Atlas to further their goals. After Jimmy Woo learns of the location of his old love Suwan, now the Jade Claw, leader of the Great Wall. This team is based on the Avengers from Earth-9904.

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Marvel's Agents of Atlas score their own series from Greg Pak, Jeff Parker, Nico Leon, and Carlo Pagulayan. The original Atlas lineup first debuted back in 2006, created by Jeff Parker and Leonard Kirk, and gathered a whole host of heroes once introduced in the 1950s in the pages of Marvel's previous iteration, Atlas Comics. agent Jimmy Woo came out of retirement and combined with his crimefighting friends Namora, Venus, Marvel Boy, Gorilla-Man, and M-11 to inherit the Atlas organization previously led by his dad, Yellow Claw. WIRE Buzz: James Gunn teases Guardians 3 yet again; Marvel announces Empyre; and more.

The spy. The spaceman. The goddess. The robot. The Gorilla. During the late 1950s, the U.S. government allowed FBI Special Agent Jimmy Woo to forge a team of unlikely heroes. Together, they stormed the fortress of a criminal mastermind to rescue President Eisenhower - but the group disbanded soon after. Now, almost 50 years later, an unauthorized S.H.I.E.L.D. mission goes down in flames - and from the ashes arise forces from the Golden Age of Marvel! Collects Agents of Atlas #1-6.

Beydar
Terrific. All the pitfalls of reviving material of this vintage are avoided by skillful writing. Art is first rate as well. The reveals about Venus and the Claw were very much appreciated by me. I didn't give five stars because I was so unimpressed by the reprint material. Shows how that was really a dire period for the medium. Even Glut's "What If" story that provides the inspiration for the sees is kind of lame.Saving grace is that the lower quality of the earlier stuff shows Parker's reinvention at a better light. I almost laughed out loud at the depiction of Eisenhower'so "rescue"! I'll be looking for later additionshe to the saga of Atlas.
Hawk Flying
The Agents Of Atlas trade paperback was a very enjoyable read. If you enjoy things in the same vein as Project Superpowers, Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters, or The Twelve, then I am sure you will most likely find this story very entertaining.
This is a handsome, extras filled package by marvel in both Hardcover or Soft cover.

The story centers on an odd group of superheroes from Marvel Comics "Atlas" years, the late 40s and 50s. The story is about Jimmy Woo, 50s spy and now aging Shield agent who is involved in a mysterious operation that goes awry and leaves him for dead. But unknown to everyone else including Shield, Jimmy was once the leader of an unlikely team of heroes that answered directly to Eisenhower. The team included Marvel Boy, Venus the Goddess of love, M-11 the Human Robot, and Ken Hale the Gorilla Man. In trying to uncover what happened to Jimmy Woo and his ill fated mission, the team is once again revived. Also revived is their old enemy The Yellow Claw. Over the course of the story all the individual characters origins are revisited in entertaining detail. Some characters are the same; some discover revelations about themselves that they had not counted on nor the reader for that matter.

Writer Jeff Parker weaves a wonderful yarn and has really done his homework on these great obscure characters. The story he tells spans from the post war days of Namor and cousin Namora in 1947 through the 50s, and up to present day. Leonard Kirks art is enjoyable and easy on the eyes.

The trade paperback reprints Agents of Atlas issues 1-6 and has some nice extras. Plenty of text that goes in depth about the stories origins, how the project was developed and profiles on the individual characters in the story. It also includes reprints of the first appearances of the characters in the story. Reprinting Yellow Claw #1 (1956) Menace #11 (1954) Venus #1 (1948) Marvel Mystery Comics #82 (1947) Marvel Boy #1 (1950) Men's Adventures #26 (1954) and What If #9 (1978, the first time the characters were shown as a team). There are also interviews with the creators and character design art.

It may not be for very young readers as the character Venus does go topless (albeit tastefully drawn) for the first half of the story and that may not please some parents. But it is a very fun story full of action, plot twists, humor and suprises with some nice art that I really enjoyed. It has entertaining characters, and was just a fun, lighthearted action story. With the dark tone of comics being rather dominant lately, this was a pleasant and welcomed change of pace. I highly recommend this one.
Peles
I picked up Agents of Atlas after seeing an ad for the series in an issue of Spider-Man.

The story is probably one of the best I have read in years. Don't get me wrong, it's not Watchmen or V for Vendetta. It's not supposed to be. The story is just plain fun and intriguing. Each character feels truly alive and unique. It's what comics used to be about and should be about: ADVENTURE.

Jeff Parker is one of those authors that really understands comic books. He understands what comics should be about. Each issue is it's own little adventure, piecing the team together, till they make their final showdown with the Yellow Claw.

What's great about this collection in particular though is that besides the six issues from the main story, it also comes with a lot of stuff about the way the comic came about and how the characters were designed. In addition, it also has has the original issues in which each character from the team appeared.

A very retro, awesome book.
Ballazan
I enjoy the team dynamics, the story, and the characters.
Xangeo
A great blend of modern comic story telling with some great silver and golden age fun. A bit like Morrison's "Seven Soldiers of Victory" in that it brings back some interesting,obscure characters from Marvel's giant vault and gives them some new challenges. Good stuff!
Nalmergas
LOVED IT!!!
Dancing Lion
Just as was done in the Starman series by James Robinson, they take 2nd tier heroes and make them interesting with much better writing. The extras showing the first appearance of the heroes was fun.
Agents of Atlas was almost good. The concept is excellent...but that's as far as it goes.
The very basics of a good comic are missing: story and art. Like I said, the concept was good, just not the execution. The plot is predictable from page one and the art needs to step up to be mediocre.

I'm a long time Marvel fan - 40+ years - so I hate to give a bad review but given all the good collections out there, I'd give this one a pass.