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Heroes: Volume One
     

Heroes: Volume One

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by Chuck Kim, Joe Kelly, Alex Ross, Tim Sale, Michael Turner
 
This stunning hardcover collects the amazing online comics based on the smash-hit, Emmy Award-nominated NBC show HEROES!

This volume -- featuring a cover by comics legend Alex Ross -- also includes an introduction by Masi Oka (Hiro), all 34 chapters of Season One, and Tim Sale's artwork as seen on the show. The comics included have been written and illustrated by

Overview

This stunning hardcover collects the amazing online comics based on the smash-hit, Emmy Award-nominated NBC show HEROES!

This volume -- featuring a cover by comics legend Alex Ross -- also includes an introduction by Masi Oka (Hiro), all 34 chapters of Season One, and Tim Sale's artwork as seen on the show. The comics included have been written and illustrated by some of comics' and television's top writers and artists, including Michael Turner, Phil Jimenez, Marcus To, and more!

Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly

Although essentially a tie-in to a pop culture hit, this graphic novel isn't bad. Conceived as an integral part of the popular TV show, the book collects a series of weekly online comics that appeared right along with the TV show. The comics are used to skillfully introduce both new characters and equally engrossing plot lines into the Heroesstory, and they offer background info that supplements what's on TV. Heroesis the story of a group of otherwise normal people spread around the world, who have extraordinary-and potentially destructive-powers they often barely understand. These "special" people are hunted down by both a mysterious organization and a superpowered serial killer. The comic follows the show's major characters, but also introduces new ones, like Hana Gitelman, known as Wireless, who can literally hear digital communication transmissions; the comic also provides background on politician Nathan Petrelli and the mysterious Linderman that takes them back to the Vietnam War. Produced by a long list of prominent creators, the art is inconsistent, ranging from competent to excellent ("War Buddies" and Tim Sale's 9th Wonder covers shine) and is held together by the rich color production. An impressively readable melding of TV and comics storytelling. (Nov.)

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781401217051
Publisher:
DC Comics
Publication date:
11/12/2007
Series:
Heroes Series , #1
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
6.95(w) x 10.45(h) x 0.85(d)
Age Range:
12 - 17 Years

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Heroes: Volume One 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
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I have seen the first season of Heroes, and I fell in love with it! This book will amaze ANY Heroes fan!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I got caught up reading this graphic novel. I think I finished it in a couple of hours because I never wanted to put it down! I think that watching the television series helped me to understand the plot more, but all of the extra information was amazing. Definately worth reading if you loved the series!
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you enjoy the show then you will love this book. It takes you back in time to before season one and fills you in on all the back stories for all of the characters. Also some characters that got left out by the television show get a much bigger role in the book. A must read for Heroes fans.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This show heroes is a good action packed show. Everybody in this show has a power and some people have powers and don't know about it.I have watched this show since volume one.