Man-Thing Omnibus

Man-Thing Omnibus

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by Roy Thomas, Gerry Conway, Steve Gerber, Tony Isabella, Garry Morrow
     
 

Neither wholly plant nor animal, neither entirely self-aware nor totally non-sentient, the creature called the Man-Thing is unique, unchanging and alone - but none who encounter him can ever be the same again. Empathic by nature and drawn to fi ght evil, his shambling visage inspires fear - and whatever knows fear burns at the Man-Thing's touch.

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Neither wholly plant nor animal, neither entirely self-aware nor totally non-sentient, the creature called the Man-Thing is unique, unchanging and alone - but none who encounter him can ever be the same again. Empathic by nature and drawn to fi ght evil, his shambling visage inspires fear - and whatever knows fear burns at the Man-Thing's touch.

COLLECTING: SAVAGE TALES 1; ASTONISHING TALES 12-13; FEAR 10-19; MAN-THING (1974) 1-22; GIANTSIZE MAN-THING 1-5; MONSTERS UNLEASHED 5, 8-9; INCREDIBLE HULK 197-198; RAMPAGING HULK 7; MARVEL TEAM-UP 68; MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE 43; MAN-THING (1979) 1-11; DR. STRANGE 41

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785164630
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
10/17/2012
Pages:
1192
Product dimensions:
7.20(w) x 11.20(h) x 2.30(d)
Age Range:
15 - 18 Years

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Man-Thing Omnibus 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sam55oh More than 1 year ago
Both Marvel and DC comics had there own Muck Monsters back in the day. Being more of a Marvel fan, I followed Steve Gerber's Man-Thing. As a young fan in those days I will admit I didn't always see the unusual twists that Steve was putting into his work. It was nice to revisit these. And wow, great art by Ploog, Adams, Morrow, John Buscema, Mooney, Brunner among others. I find the Omnibus form of book gives me an easy way to re-read these stories. Many of the Gerber-Ploog stories hold up well, especially the Clown story and the one about the guy and his dog. Oh, and don't forget, Howard the Duck.