Super-Villains Unite: The Complete Super-Villain Team-Up

Super Villains Unite The Complete Super Villain Team Up The Lord of Latveria and Atlantis Avenging Son forge the Marvel Universe s most volatile alliance But when the Sub Mariner regrets his decision he finds it s not that easy to walk away from a pact wi

  • Title: Super-Villains Unite: The Complete Super-Villain Team-Up
  • Author: Roy Thomas Tony Isabella Jim Shooter Bill Mantlo John Buscema Mike Sekowsky George Evans Sal Buscema
  • ISBN: 9780785194064
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Lord of Latveria and Atlantis Avenging Son forge the Marvel Universe s most volatile alliance But when the Sub Mariner regrets his decision, he finds it s not that easy to walk away from a pact with Doom Can anything get him out of this torturous team up Maybe the Fantastic Fourbut probably not the Avengers, who ve been enslaved by Attuma And while Dr Doom hasThe Lord of Latveria and Atlantis Avenging Son forge the Marvel Universe s most volatile alliance But when the Sub Mariner regrets his decision, he finds it s not that easy to walk away from a pact with Doom Can anything get him out of this torturous team up Maybe the Fantastic Fourbut probably not the Avengers, who ve been enslaved by Attuma And while Dr Doom has his gauntlets full keeping Namor in line, the Red Skull sets his sights on Latveria When Captain America sides with Doom, you know you re in trouble But both Doom and the Skull plan to enslave the Earthd the only ones standing in their way are Magneto and the Champions Introducing the Shroud, and featuring the villainy of the Hate Monger COLLECTING GIANT SIZE SUPER VILLAIN TEAMUP 1 2 SUPER VILLAIN TEAM UP 1 14, 16 17 AVENGERS 154 156 CHAMPIONS 16

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    1. Roy Thomas (GS 1+2) largely offers a two-issue argument as Doom and Namor try to convince each other to work together. I actually liked the first issue (which was a frame for reprints) better than the second. That was because the reprints (Submariner #20 and some issue of FF) were nicely constructed tales. In contrast #2 was simultaneously overly stretched to fit the longer length of the Giant-Size issue and overly abrupt in getting to its main story of an android rebellion [5/10].Early Days (1- [...]

    2. More super-villain fights and 1970s talents in a mishmash of good and bad in the Marvel universe.I bought every issue of this title, first on newsstand, and then from my local comics shop, still doing business.Rereading, it was as subject to staffing and vision change as anything at 1970s Marvel.To me, highlights are Steve Englehart's run featuring new superhero The Shroud and Peter Gillis's two issue coda, featuring Nazi super villains vs. Israelis and SHIELD.As part of Englehart's run, Dr. Doo [...]

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