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Essential Luke Cage/Power Man Volume 2 TPB Paperback – Aug 30 2006

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"Who is the man that'd risk his neck for his brother-man?" (Has it already been used?) July 25 2007
By J. Matera - Published on
Format: Paperback
One of the good aspects of Mr. Cage (and I don't mean Nicholas, of course!!!) is that he doesn't want to be a world-saving superhero; although he wears a rather flashy costume and, sometimes, goes toe-to-toe with superheavies like "Dr. Doom" (but, then again, who hasn't had a run-in with him in the "Marvel Kingdon?"), he makes it quite clear that he's only trying to make a living, and, if he has to knock some evil guys silly in the process, that is too bad!!!
The stories were all excellent, but the highlights of the book are truely issues 48 and 49 with the beginning of his partnership/friendship with "Iron Fist": "Bushmaster" is one real mean dude, "Misty Knight" can give "Foxy Brown" a run for her money (but "Dr. Claire Temple" isn't a slouch, either) and even those two penny-ante hardcases ("Comanche" and "Shades") look menacing. All his and John Byrne's art, too. Awesome, is it not?
Can't wait for Volume 3...
0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Economy and no frills approach to a classic duo May 10 2014
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FYI. This is a warning to any potential buyer of this volume. The entire publication is in black and white, which to me really takes away from the enjoyable experience of reading about my favorite duo. Without full color panels this volume short sells the characters and storyline denying the reader the full impact of the adventures. This volume is the equivalent of a coloring book with captions.