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Magnus, Robot Fighter 4000 A.D. Volume 2 Hardcover – Jul 19 2005

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 200 pages
  • Publisher: Dark Horse (July 5 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1593072902
  • ISBN-13: 978-1593072902
  • Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 1.9 x 26.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 794 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #607,680 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Magnus, Robot Fighter stood out from among the hundreds of titles that surfaced during the 1960s comic-book boom for several reasons. It wasn't published by one of the "big two" companies, Marvel and DC, but by minor player Gold Key; it was the rare sf title in a field dominated by superheroes; and it showcased one of the period's best artists, the relatively unsung Russ Manning. Its premise is classic sf stuff: in a future world grown weak from overdependence on cybernetic servants, Magnus, trained from youth by Robot 1A, protects the continent-wide city NorthAm from renegade robots and evil humans who use the robots against society. The stories remain sufficiently intelligent and compelling today, and Manning's elegant art, derived from Alex Raymond's 1930s Flash Gordon, makes Magnus worth reprinting. His shiny depiction of the forty-first century is tremendously appealing, despite and because of its now blatantly old-fashioned conceptions, such as flying cars and conveyer-belt sidewalks. Unfortunately, the volume's substandard reproductions lose much of the original details. Manning's crisp, clean line deserves better. Gordon Flagg
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Magnus is so cool, this whole series is really great. I have vol. 1 thru 3 now and I read them over and over again.
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HASH(0x9bfa815c) out of 5 stars Still a print problem Sept. 6 2005
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The first volume had printing issues, and so does this one. Not as bad, or am I just used to it now? Still worth it, but I hope Book 3's quality is better.
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HASH(0x9bba15c4) out of 5 stars Magnus! Sept. 18 2013
By P. Peirce - Published on
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Russ Manning is the best. In the 1960's he saw the problem brewing - he is only off slightly by how it is manifesting itself. What we need is Magnus, iPhone Fighter 2000 AD, to smash the mobile devices to which people have become enslaved. Anyways, after decades of mulling it over, I've decided that Russ Manning produced the best comics of all time, so owning this book, or anything else Manning ever did, will bring anyone interested in comics a ton of pleasure.
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HASH(0x9bfae024) out of 5 stars Russ Manning's work on this series is fantastic - this comics was one of my favorites when ... Dec 12 2013
By Chuck Minsker - Published on
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Russ Manning's work on this series is fantastic - this comics was one of my favorites when I was young, and they hold up quite well today. The warning that humans shouldn't become too dependent on technology is more true today than it was when this series was created. Loaded with fantastic charters, creative designs and technology and entertaining stories, these are classic tales well worth collecting. Highly recommended!
HASH(0x9c681e94) out of 5 stars Robot fighting at it's best! May 6 2015
By KEVIN HILL - Published on
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Great book and the perfect companion to volumes one and three! Whether your a fan of Russ Manning or this is your first time experiencing this masters creative genius, then you are in for a treat. This book has plenty of robot fighting action and a lot of that classic 1960's sci fi drama all done in Mannings clean, crisp style! Magnus goes from chapter to chapter battling various robots all while trying to keep North Am and his girlfriend safe. Highly recommended especially if your already a fan of Russ Manning or Magnus, the robot fighter!
HASH(0x9bc76bb8) out of 5 stars Great comics from my childhood. Aug. 26 2013
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I enjoyed the original run of Magnus in GoldKey comics as a child and Jim Shooters reboot of Magnus. Russ Manning's great art work is a treat.