HeroMan, volume 3

HeroMan, volume 3

by Stan Lee, Tamon Ohta
     
 

The Skruggs have begun their invasion of Earth and while mankind panics at this first encounter, Joey Jones and his toy turned mecha, Heroman, lay low while they work out a plan to repel the alien forces. Meanwhile, the Skruggs are not going to wait for the Earthlings to make their move. By taking advantage of some ill-advised meddling by a few Center City students

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The Skruggs have begun their invasion of Earth and while mankind panics at this first encounter, Joey Jones and his toy turned mecha, Heroman, lay low while they work out a plan to repel the alien forces. Meanwhile, the Skruggs are not going to wait for the Earthlings to make their move. By taking advantage of some ill-advised meddling by a few Center City students, the Skrugg have begun developing a new weapon to pit against Heroman. But will this new force destroy the Skrugg from within instead?

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"Heroman is great material for kids. Younger, budding manga fans should have a grand time with Heroman." - Otaku USA

"Now I bet most readers are thinking… “Oh! this is a manga so the giant eyes are sooo going to annoy me”. And this may be true. But remember this is written by Stan Lee which is probably why this Manga feels like an American comic...I like this art a lot. It combines manga and the American comic style to create a fresh look and feel. I’ll definitely be picking up the next book!" - Stumptown Book Reviews

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781935654667
Publisher:
Vertical, Incorporated
Publication date:
02/26/2013
Series:
HeroMan Series
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
1,280,919
Product dimensions:
4.50(w) x 6.90(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
10 Years

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"Heroman is great material for kids. Younger, budding manga fans should have a grand time with Heroman." - Otaku USA

"Now I bet most readers are thinking… “Oh! this is a manga so the giant eyes are sooo going to annoy me”. And this may be true. But remember this is written by Stan Lee which is probably why this Manga feels like an American comic...I like this art a lot. It combines manga and the American comic style to create a fresh look and feel. I’ll definitely be picking up the next book!" - Stumptown Book Reviews

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