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Los Invasores: ¡Muy bien, Eje... allá vamos!

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Published in the 1970s, set in the 1940s, the Invaders was Marvel's best and brightest retro revival of the Golden Age heroes of World War II...and now, the series is collected across two massive volumes! Captain America, the Human Torch and the Sub-Mariner, plus scrappy sidekicks Bucky and Toro first banded together when the United States entered WWII! Now, relive the her Published in the 1970s, set in the 1940s, the Invaders was Marvel's best and brightest retro revival of the Golden Age heroes of World War II...and now, the series is collected across two massive volumes! Captain America, the Human Torch and the Sub-Mariner, plus scrappy sidekicks Bucky and Toro first banded together when the United States entered WWII! Now, relive the heroes' untold tales as they face the evil Axis powers; fall under the Red Skull's spell; and battle U-Man, Baron Blood, Master Man, Warrior Woman, the three-in-one Agent Axis and more! COLLECTING: GIANT-SIZE INVADERS 1; INVADERS 1-22, ANNUAL 1; MARVEL PREMIERE 29-30; AVENGERS 71


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Published in the 1970s, set in the 1940s, the Invaders was Marvel's best and brightest retro revival of the Golden Age heroes of World War II...and now, the series is collected across two massive volumes! Captain America, the Human Torch and the Sub-Mariner, plus scrappy sidekicks Bucky and Toro first banded together when the United States entered WWII! Now, relive the her Published in the 1970s, set in the 1940s, the Invaders was Marvel's best and brightest retro revival of the Golden Age heroes of World War II...and now, the series is collected across two massive volumes! Captain America, the Human Torch and the Sub-Mariner, plus scrappy sidekicks Bucky and Toro first banded together when the United States entered WWII! Now, relive the heroes' untold tales as they face the evil Axis powers; fall under the Red Skull's spell; and battle U-Man, Baron Blood, Master Man, Warrior Woman, the three-in-one Agent Axis and more! COLLECTING: GIANT-SIZE INVADERS 1; INVADERS 1-22, ANNUAL 1; MARVEL PREMIERE 29-30; AVENGERS 71

30 review for Los Invasores: ¡Muy bien, Eje... allá vamos!

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sean O

    One of my favorite comic series was the 1970s run of "The Invaders" which had the big three of Timely Comic superheroes, Captain America, the Human Torch, and the Sub-Mariner, team up with their side kicks Toro and Bucky to fight Hitler during World War II. The stories are full of terrible looking Nazis, plenty of action, and some giant sized plot holes. But they're tons of fun. Roy Thomas is the author of the series, and most of the series is drawn by Frank Robbins, who had a very identifiable One of my favorite comic series was the 1970s run of "The Invaders" which had the big three of Timely Comic superheroes, Captain America, the Human Torch, and the Sub-Mariner, team up with their side kicks Toro and Bucky to fight Hitler during World War II. The stories are full of terrible looking Nazis, plenty of action, and some giant sized plot holes. But they're tons of fun. Roy Thomas is the author of the series, and most of the series is drawn by Frank Robbins, who had a very identifiable style that some people hate, but I think is perfect for a story that harkens back to the 40s. Recommended to comic book nerds and Captain America fans.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jefferson Workman

    Frank Robbins is a Master. His kinetic energy, wonky anatomy, and beautiful panel composition, 2nd to Kirby, was heads above artists of the bronze age era.

  3. 4 out of 5

    C. John Kerry

    This book is not to be confused with the television show from the sixties of the same name. That dealt with an invasion of earth by aliens (and did spawn a comic book from Gold Key which has not yet been given the collection treatment). Rather this book contains roughly half the stories Roy Thomas wrote concerning Marvel's super-heroes in World War II. Thomas' main focus is the big three from Timely Comics (Marvel's name back then) namely Captain America, The Human Torch and The Sub-Mariner, alo This book is not to be confused with the television show from the sixties of the same name. That dealt with an invasion of earth by aliens (and did spawn a comic book from Gold Key which has not yet been given the collection treatment). Rather this book contains roughly half the stories Roy Thomas wrote concerning Marvel's super-heroes in World War II. Thomas' main focus is the big three from Timely Comics (Marvel's name back then) namely Captain America, The Human Torch and The Sub-Mariner, along with kid sidekicks Bucky and Toro. However in a four-parter that played out over four comics he used a seven of Timely's lesser heroes. As well he introduced a couple of brand new British characters and slightly revamped one of Timely's other forties heroes. Most of the villains were created for this series but there are appearances by The Red Skull and some lesser villains. As well the Invaders/Avengers crossover is included. As usual Roy Thomas tells some good stories and the art is well suited to the material. Thomas has always been meticulous in his research and it shows in this book. All in all a valuable addition to one's library of comic collections. The only reason I gave it four stars instead of five is that truth be told I have always preferred Thomas' All-Star Squadron books that the did for DC Comics.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Elliot Huxtable

    This is a real treat - WW2 era heroes and stories but written in the seventies. Rather thrilling stories with simple Nazi baddies, a few Ubermenschen thrown in for good measure. Great artwork and energy makes this a compelling read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Snyder

    The Avengers, the Crusaders, the Invaders, the Liberty Legion, the Red Skull, and a whole lot more. Nuff Said!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Christian Smith

    For a 1970s comic, it was actually very interesting. Some really good villains were introduced the art was very good for the 70s and the stories were actually quite interesting.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Chris Browning

    It’s fitting that Roy Thomas is known for his Alter Ego fanzine as much as his comics’ work, because the Invaders basically functions as fan service of the very best kind. It’s fun and pulpy and ridiculous, but revels in that with Thomas especially delighting in invoking minutiae of Marvel history for plot points. But the real heart of this book is the Annual which not only allows him to revisit an old Avengers story from the other side, but allows him to get many of the original artists back fo It’s fitting that Roy Thomas is known for his Alter Ego fanzine as much as his comics’ work, because the Invaders basically functions as fan service of the very best kind. It’s fun and pulpy and ridiculous, but revels in that with Thomas especially delighting in invoking minutiae of Marvel history for plot points. But the real heart of this book is the Annual which not only allows him to revisit an old Avengers story from the other side, but allows him to get many of the original artists back for a quick stint. It’s genuinely lovely, a really nice gesture from a company considerably guilty of not supporting creators enough. It’s the highlight of this lovely edition

  8. 4 out of 5

    Carl

    A fun read by veteran writer Roy Thomas and super artist Frank Robbins, whose quirky hyper kinetic artwork may not be to purists tastes but fits this fun take on WWII. The Invaders meet other heroes and villains and fight the Nazi onslaught in their own inimitable way. nostalgic, fun with great over the top writing and the master of the "Kinetic pose" Great graphic novel A fun read by veteran writer Roy Thomas and super artist Frank Robbins, whose quirky hyper kinetic artwork may not be to purists tastes but fits this fun take on WWII. The Invaders meet other heroes and villains and fight the Nazi onslaught in their own inimitable way. nostalgic, fun with great over the top writing and the master of the "Kinetic pose" Great graphic novel

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sineala

    I read all of the Invaders issues on Marvel Unlimited, which is approximately the contents of this trade. It's good classics comics fun -- brainwashing, vampires, and all that stuff. I think my favorite issue has to be the annual, which depicts the time travel from Avengers #71 from the Invaders' POV, I don't know that I would necessarily have bought the trade, but hey, now I can say I have read a comic about Asbestos Lady. I read all of the Invaders issues on Marvel Unlimited, which is approximately the contents of this trade. It's good classics comics fun -- brainwashing, vampires, and all that stuff. I think my favorite issue has to be the annual, which depicts the time travel from Avengers #71 from the Invaders' POV, I don't know that I would necessarily have bought the trade, but hey, now I can say I have read a comic about Asbestos Lady.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ed

  11. 4 out of 5

    Charlie

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mark

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jay Kulpa

  14. 5 out of 5

    Raul Santiago Almunia

  15. 4 out of 5

    Michael Alvarisi

  16. 4 out of 5

    Mary-Jane

  17. 5 out of 5

    Donald

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jason Curtin

  19. 5 out of 5

    Anneke W

  20. 4 out of 5

    Matt Ver

  21. 4 out of 5

    Steven Howkins

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mike

  23. 4 out of 5

    Julio José Rodríguez Lozano

  24. 5 out of 5

    Gavin

  25. 5 out of 5

    Robin

  26. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

  27. 4 out of 5

    Raymond

  28. 5 out of 5

    Joshua Wolf

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sara

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jay

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