- Author:Gerry Conway,Steve Englehart,Rich Buckler,Ross Andru,John Buscema,Sal Buscema
- Publisher:Marvel (November 28, 2012)
- Pages:272 pages
- Subcategory:Graphic Novels
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Steve Englehart contributes a very informative introduction.
Steve Englehart contributes a very informative introduction. An interesting item is the practice at the time to draw one page of art and then blow it up to a two page spread to pad the page count. Recommended to fans of the Masterworks and/or the Avengers.
Items related to Marvel Masterworks: The Fantastic Four - Volume 14. Gerry Conway; Steve Englehart Marvel Masterworks: The Fantastic Four - Volume 14. ISBN 13: 9780785159636. Marvel Masterworks: The Fantastic Four - Volume 14. Gerry Conway; Steve Englehart.
Rich Buckler, Ross Andru, John Buscema, Sal Buscema. Doomed! The Untold Story of Roger Corman's the Fantastic Four.
Marvel Masterworks: The Avengers Vol. 16. Gerry Conway. The Introduction by Englehart adds much more to the volume and is entertaining. With this volume Steve Englehart really starts to shine. The production values of the book itself are once more excellent and the best in the Industry. My Highest Recommendation.
When Gerry Conway comes on as writer there is a certain drop off in plot quality. Buscema and Sinnott are relieved for an issue each by Ross Andru and Ramona Fradon. Both his Miracle Man and Annihilus stories feature villains who are all powerful one moment but then get their clocks cleaned the next with a little unconvincing mumbo jumbo thrown in to explain. Fradon's work was especially interesting. I was unaware she ever did any work for Marvel.
Marvel Masterworks: The Defenders - Volume Two, is a Classic Bronze Age collection featuring strong artwork and so-so stories. Still, despite the flawed story lines, these comics have much to offer fans of older comics who find today's comics too violent or too dark. Younger readers will probably be turned off by the stories and the classic American style artwork - since many of today's collectors prefer the Manga inspired artwork of today
Marvel Masterworks book His style is more cartoonish than Buckler and he also has more dynamic actions and more diverse panel work.
Marvel Masterworks book. And there's also a complete lack of any wacked-out 70s comic book madness. The first arc (142-144) is an incredibly pedestrian Dr. Doom story. His style is more cartoonish than Buckler and he also has more dynamic actions and more diverse panel work. He's not the best fit for the book, but it's a nice change of pace.
1/74: Fantastic Four (19 pages + cover). No Friend Beside Him". 2/74: Fantastic Four (19 pages + cover). The Terrible Triumph of Doctor Doom". 3/74: Fantastic Four (19 pages + cover).
Cover by JOHN BUSCEMA Volume 14 - 1st printing. Written by Steve Englehart and GERRY CONWAY.
Cover by JOHN BUSCEMA. Volume 14 - 1st printing.