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S.H.I.E.L.D. By Steranko: The Complete Collection (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 24 set 2013

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  • Copertina flessibile: 326 pagine
  • Editore: Marvel Enterprises; 01 edizione (24 settembre 2013)
  • Collana: S.H.I.E.L.D.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ISBN-10: 0785185364
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785185369
  • Peso di spedizione: 458 g
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sono ringiovanito di 30 anni leggendo questi fumetti,che preferisco a tante schifezze che ci sono in giro oggi,ottimo per il discorso lingue le figure aiutano la comprensione dei dialoghi
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41 di 42 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Quality of book itself 6 gennaio 2014
Di Mister V - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
I read several reviews about this book having newsprint quality paper, as well as someone saying it was too glossy and they wanted a matte finish. Other reviews were more positive so I decided to purchase the "complete collection" to give to my son who had liked Steranko's artwork in my Masterworks books.
The Masterworks require purchase of three volumes to collect all the Steranko Nick Fury artwork so this TPB version was much cheaper and contained all of Steranko's Nick Fury work in one book.
Calling the paper newsprint is not completely accurate. It is much higher grade than the original comic book paper that these stories first appeared in. While the paper is not as heavy as the Masterworks Hardcovers it is not flimsy. The paper has a slight gloss with a matte like appearance. No bleed-through or any other sign of cheap paper. The paper does a good job of capturing the appearance of the original artwork without making it too cartoony which happens with some high gloss paper. This version book is a good compromise for those wanting full coverage of Jim Sternako's Nick Fury work.
46 di 49 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Strange Tales: The Power of SHIELD 2 ottobre 2013
Di The Ginger Man - Pubblicato su
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The year of 1966 represented the height of the espionage craze in video entertainment. The fifth Bond entry, Thunderball, was released the prior year and You Only Live Twice was being produced with great fanfare. The Man From UNCLE was launched by NBC in 1964 and spawned a sister show in 1966. UNCLE was alone as a spy-themed series in 1964, but within a couple of years, 10 such shows were being carried leading ABC to pay a record price to bring the British espionage vehicle, The Avengers, to American TV in March 0f 66.

Marvel's House of Ideas, ever quick to spot and join a trend, promoted WW II hero Nick Fury to Colonel of the Supreme Headquarters International Espionage Law-Enforcement Division in August 1965. This unimportant series in a minor title (Strange Tales) was given a shot in the arm when Stan Lee assigned then unknown Jim Steranko to replace Jack "King" Kirby as illustrator. Within a few issues, Lee made the even more uncharacteristic decision to allow the newcomer to write the SHIELD stories as well.

"Thus began the legend of Jim Steranko," says AM Viturtia in one of the contributions to this volume. "The world of comics has never been the same." Steranko's inspiration came from James Bond novels and the aesthetic of Salvador Dali (See the cover to issue 7). His graphic story influences include Will Eisner's panel breakdowns, Jack Kirby's narrative drive and Wally Wood's double-lighting effects. Marvel's Larry Hama remembers his own reaction to the strip: "I was blown out of my socks. It looked so fresh and vibrant and it was utterly cool. It made me want to do stories just like it."

I had a similar reaction as a teen-age comic book reader. Steranko's drawings just seemed to jump off the page and his style evolved with each new issue. Strange Tales 156 ends with the 2 page splash panel return of Baron Strucker. In ST 159, Steranko presents a Captain America based on Jack Kirby, yet extrapolated into a new graphic dimension. ST 167 includes a never before seen single panel of action spread over 4 pages while issue 168 includes one of the best 10 page self-enclosed stories in comics history. And all of this was a prelude to the launch of a full 20 page comic. Nick Fury issues 1-5, produced by Steranko, were cinematic, varied in genre, consistently surprising and endlessly inventive.

AM Viturtia argues that "Steranko created a new form of story-tellling; a new path for comics to travel." Larry Hama credits him with "a whole new aesthetic in graphic storytelling." I just remember waiting 30 days for each new issue and wondering if everyone else appreciated what I was seeing until I decoded a Neal Adams background in a Deadman story which spelled out, "Hey, a Jim Steranko effect."

This is the first ever complete SHIELD Steranko collection. It is a must read for comic fans and a great point of entry for those sampling the genre. (Newcomers, however, may want to skim the adjective-laden writing in initial SHIELD stories as they exhibit many of the weaknesses of comic book narrative in the sixties.) This volume presents all of the Strange Tales and Nick Fury Steranko issues as well as his extraordinary covers from Nick Fury 6 and 7. Included also are special features such as: Steranko's two page tryout for Nick Fury in "The Man Called DEATH," pages that were ordered to be altered by the Comics Code Authority and original art direction by Steranko to colorists.

Many of the high water marks in comic history occurred in pairings of limited duration such as Neal Adam's Deadman, Barry Windsor Smith's Conan, Jim Starlin's Warlock and Berni Wrightson's Swamp Thing. Similarly, Steranko's version of SHIELD lasted from December of 1966 through October of 1968. SHIELD has not again enjoyed success in comic books in the almost 50 years since Steranko left the strip (despite numerous attempts by Marvel). Its impact on ever evolving graphic storytelling style continues to this day, however, as the SHIELD brand transitions to movie and television screens. Steranko is where it all started and The Complete Collection is the best place to join the SHIELD experience.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Greatness finally under one cover. 5 gennaio 2014
Di R. P. Glass - Pubblicato su
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Marvel's Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. was faltering when Jim Steranko arrived on the book with his pop art sensibilities and his Will Eisner cinematic story telling. Besides reading each issue of STRANGE TALES and NICK FURY, AGENT OF S.H.I.E.L.D. that Steranko helmed as they appeared, I bought the collections of both titles in their separate trade paperbacks at the start of this century. Now all of Steranko's complete run with this character is here under one cover! It is Steranko's version of S.H.I.E.L.D. which shaped the organization we saw in Marvel's THE AVENGERS movie and we see in ABC's TV offering AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Besides his great draftsmanship and his background as an escape artist, Steranko brought his historical knowledge of both comics and films to fill his stories with characters like the Yellow Claw and riffs on Hound of the Baskervilles. Even though these tales originally appeared in 1967-68, they seem current thanks to Steranko's timeless skills.

I recommend also MARVEL VISIONARIES: JIM STERANKO from Amazon as well for his take on Captain America.

Of Jim Steranko's other offerings from Amazon, I would be eager to see his 2 volume [of 3?] HISTORY OF COMICS be reprinted in a more affordable [possibly combined] edition for today's audience. I also eagerly await his RED TIDE, reworked from his 1976 CHANDLER novel in Fiction Illustrated Volume 3, to finally see print. It has been listed on Amazon for years as unavailable. In the meantime, please savor Steranko's run on S.H.I.EL.D. as one of the graphic highlights of latter half of the 20th century.
5.0 su 5 stelle The digital version has 130 more pages! 8 giugno 2017
Di Sheik Yerbouti - Pubblicato su
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I used to have the paperback version of this collection, which was great, but I sold off the paperback in favor of the Kindle/Comixology digital version and I'm glad I did. One reason is that paperbacks tend to sit on my shelf and I never get around to reading them. I've always got my phone or Kindle Fire HD 8 with me so I'm much more inclined to read the stuff I purchase. The other reason that I am glad I made the switch is that the digital version has 130 more pages than the paperback! Although I no longer have the paperback to compare it to, I'm fairly sure this is because the Strange Tales issues are reprinted with both the SHIELD and the Doctor Strange stories and I don't think the paperback contained those. This is an unusual move for Marvel as they tend to split up the stories from 60's comics like Strange Tales and Tales Of Suspense into separate collections. So if you were on the fence about buying this collection for some unknown reason, not only do you get all the wonderful Steranko SHIELD stories but you also get Doctor Strange with some great artwork from the likes of Bill Everett and Dan Adkins! Highly worth buying for the lover of Silver Age Marvel Comics.
5.0 su 5 stelle Ah, an odd to my youth....... 16 gennaio 2017
Di R. Wark - Pubblicato su
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Or what I remember of it, anyway. I saw this collection of Jim Steranko's work with Marvel and I knew I needed this. Steranko's is one of my favorite artists from the 60's and seventies, and this compilation shows his progression from a Jack Kirby clone (not a dig, Kirby is responsible for some off the great art from the 40's on) to a fully formed psychedelic artists epic proportions. Steranko drew the early Agent of SHIELD stories, and later lent his craft to Dr. Strange. He has incredible detail (the main likes his machinery) with great action sequences and amazing effects. This was an age of psychedelia, and Steranko's art is a great example. I'm finding it hard to describe, I just kept looking at it and marvelling (no pun intended) that it is almost 50 years old.

The stories? Pretty good (although I thought the "Hound of the Baskervilles" rip off was weak) and the first 70 per cent is a dual mag with Dr. Strange. I didn't find them as engaging as watching the development of Nick Fury, but it's interesting. It includes one artist I thought didn't do the good doctor justice (Marie Severin) and plots not as good as the early Steve Ditko years. Both heroes got their own books after this, and I do have a Dr. Strange collection to get to, so we'll see. Highly recommended with art far ahead of its time. Plus it has all the tropes of the secret agent genre, cool gadgets, awesome cars, beautiful women, and hard charging agents against pure evil.

I mean, what more do you want?