Luke Cage Everyman Free read è 104

Free read Ö PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ñ Anthony Del Col

Luke Cage EverymanWith Harlem in the grips of an unprecedented heat wave the people look to their hero the unbreakable man Luke Cage But the heat wave turns out to be the least of Harlem’s worries Someone has their sights set on the city’. The only people who probably have receive concussions than NFL players are super heroes who seem to get knocked out ALL THE TIME in comics The conseuences of all that brain trauma have never been addressed in any comic or graphic novel I've read until this one Luke Cage for the first time has to come to terms with the lifetime of beatings he has taken and the damage it has done to his brain It's handled well even if the long term conseuences of CTE are yada yadaed away by the end of the book I'm still giving high marks here for putting some real world in my comic book

review Luke Cage Everyman

Luke Cage Everyman Free read è 104 ☆ With Harlem in the grips of an unprecedented heat wave the people look to their hero—the unbreakable man Luke Cage But the heat wave turns out to be the least of Harlem’s worries Someone has their sights set on the city’s 1% and the rich and powerful are dropping dead from mysterious illnesses It’s upS 1% and the rich and powerful are dropping dead from mysterious illnesses It’s up to Luke Cage to stop the Everyman Killer even though he’s just received a grim diagnosis of his own By the time Luke discovers the true i. Decent plot to start with but so awkwardly executed it hurts Warning spoilers aheadWhile trying to protect some rich people targeted by the so called Robin Hood of Harlem Luke discovers he's suffering from CTE Chronic Traumatic Encephalopaty His skin's unbreakable but not his brainSo that's the basic idea social issues are adressed while our hero is in a weakened credible state Not unseen before but can do the trick if well craftedExcept it's not The story drags on for at least an issue too many Lots of talks few action not much tension The riots at the end are poorly managed and fall totally flat a shame considering they should mark the climax of Harlem's contained rage The other point that really put me off was the unlikely partnership of Robin Hood and Omega Red Whatthefuck What in Del Col's mind made him think that would NOT seem unbelievable AND ridiculous Of all the villains existing in the MU he had to pick this one Couldn't he have think of less contrived reasons to pair Robin Hood and a bad guy Sorry but I son't buy itAs for the art it is mediocre at best and simply bad most of the time I honestly can't understand how any editor could let so amateurish stuff be printed

Anthony Del Col ñ 4 Free read

Dentity of the Everyman Killer he’s too late to stop them from abducting one of the most important people in his life Can Luke neutralize the killer in time to save his beloved city Collects Luke Cage MDO Digital Comic #1. Luke Cage may be indestructible but in this volume he learns that he is still human after all the hard way When I picked this up I couldn't wait to start reading it and devoured it I loved the Netflix series so naturally I loved this I think it's perfect and it really grounds you to read it because even the strongest people have their own problems And that's something that everyone should knowCheck out my full review here