Cyber Force: Rebirth, Vol. 1

Cyber Force Rebirth Vol COLLECTING THE RETURN TOP COW S TOP SELLING SERIES Carin Taylor codenamed Velocity has escaped from the CDI controlled Millennium City and is desperately trying to find the one man she believes can

  • Title: Cyber Force: Rebirth, Vol. 1
  • Author: Matt Hawkins Marc Silvestri Sunny Gho Khoi Pham Sal Regla Stjepan Šejić Andy Troy
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • COLLECTING THE RETURN TOP COW S TOP SELLING SERIES Carin Taylor, codenamed Velocity, has escaped from the CDI controlled Millennium City and is desperately trying to find the one man she believes can help her prevent the end of the world When she runs a group of other CDI escapees, will they help her or turn their backs Top Cow founder MARC SILVESTRI THE DARKNESS, InCOLLECTING THE RETURN TOP COW S TOP SELLING SERIES Carin Taylor, codenamed Velocity, has escaped from the CDI controlled Millennium City and is desperately trying to find the one man she believes can help her prevent the end of the world When she runs a group of other CDI escapees, will they help her or turn their backs Top Cow founder MARC SILVESTRI THE DARKNESS, Incredible Hulk returns to his first Image series to bring you a contemporary re imagining rooted in cutting edge, real world technology Collects CYBER FORCE 1 5

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    1. Image fans will remember this shiny, perky team from the ‘90s, but they definitely didn’t look like this. This is a very gritty reboot that changes everything we once knew about them, save for that fact that they are still cyborgs. Formerly soldiers of a corrupt leadership, Morgan Stryker’s team are escaped refugees, struggling with their cybernetic implants. Meanwhile, the evil corporation is set on weeding out the less fortunate and the obsolete in order to usher in a new era of blah bla [...]

    2. Chapters 1-3 are great. The last two chapters just blows. Although the ending leaves it open. I would be interested in reading the rest.

    3. References to 47? Yes, please. Also a computer wired to every smartphone on the planet via an app, enabling astronomical calculations that can predict the future. An extinction of the human race because of the imminent depletion of natural resources. A man determined to use his organization to kill the human race and rebuild it as something better. Several hard-as-nails, no-nonsense characters and one child willing to save the planet. Sounds good to me.The story is heavy on the text, but little [...]

    4. Released in 2013 following a successful Kickstarter campaign, Cyberforce Rebirth see the return of a Top Cow classic. Cyberforce was created by Marc Silvestri, with this volume being co-written with Matt Hawkins, who also wrote the Aphrodite IX Rebirth comics.Carin Taylor has escaped from the corporation CDI and is searching for the one man who she believes can help to stop the end of the world. During her escape, she encounters a group of CDI escapees, but will they help her? Or turn their back [...]

    5. I backed this book on Kickstarter and i'm very biased. So, i won't write too much, because i'm not sure i'll be able to keep myself objective. Although, maybe. With that disclaimer in placeI do think this was a good story and a good way to bring Cyberforce into the present. However, storytelling felt a little extended. If this were a mini-series only it was a good introduction to the characters, a way to bring them back. Honestly, reading this was a completely fresh start. I didn't really recogn [...]

    6. Cyberforce: Rebirth, Volume One is a race against time book that sets our primary protagonist of Carin Taylor against the corrupt government that is run by her mother! :D The book is a fast paced throughout with her mother security forces running rampant throughout killing men, woman and children to get to her which are all featured throughout which gives the whole book a ruthless but very dramatic and emotionally packed booked! :DThroughout though the somewhat spoiled Carin rises to the challen [...]

    7. This is the collected issue of the first several issues of the reboot of Top Cow's Cyber Force comic. I've got to be honest: I was not a fan of the original. I mean, I read an issue or two and it all just felt like an excuse for Silvestri to draw the sort of things that he thought were awesome to draw. Silvestri is talented, but his taste in things isn't mine and it all felt kind of pointless to me. The new book's plot is radically different than the old one. It's partially about grappling with [...]

    8. I found this alright, it just didn't seem to have a good enough hook to grab my complete attention. I read this from a free issue from comixology. The plot follows, a rich girl escapes her parents after finding out they are part of a secret cabal that's is highly advanced and trying to end the world with the intention of saving it(?). She joins up with some rebels, a bunch a cyborgs that the secret cabal created to do their dirty work and have escaped, hiding to avoid being killed. The plot is s [...]

    9. This is actually a review of Volume 2 - sorryCyberforce - RebirthVolume 2 of the relaunchI haven’t read Volume 1 of this relaunch by Marc Silvestri but Volume 2 is entertaining enough and quite engaging. It’s a shame that Silvestri is not illustrating it (there’s a cover gallery of his work) but the comic is still well-drawn.I had read some of the original series and this compliments it nicely. It’s about Ripclaw, Stryker and others and the “resurrection” of Killjoy and the damage th [...]

    10. Having never read the original, I wasn't sure what I was getting myself into, but for free I figured I couldn't go wrong. Fortunately, that assumption was correct as I found this very enjoyable, although it took me around twenty pages or so to kind of figure out what was going on. The storyline has an interesting premise (even if we have heard similar ones before) and a few interesting twists as well. In the end I'm interested in seeing where the story goes from here, which it guess was the purp [...]

    11. Solid and good quality comic. One of longest comics I've read so far and it didn't dissapoint. I felt the storyline was really good and it had some interesting characters especially Stryker. The plot was definitive and kept on point which is good since some comics tend to defer away from point and focus more on other things.The illustrations were good as well and they weren't done in bad taste but told the story so at times you could tell what was going on without having to read. Overall I reall [...]

    12. Wow, talk about being committed to a reboot. Full review to follow, but quick thoughts: 1) this is a complete reimagining of cyberforce. same general idea and themes,and familiar characters, but definitely a fresh start being rebuilt from the ground up.2) sterotypical and cliche in parts, particulalry towards the end of the trade, but still well done and interesting in the ways it unfolds.3) fun stuff overall with a lot of potential for future issues.

    13. Starts off a bit confusing because of some time jumping in the storytelling that isn't explicitly noticeable, but quickly resolves into a solid cyberpunk story. Some of the characters needed more development, and others needed more panel time, but overall, a good relaunch. 90's comic book fans will certainly enjoy it.

    14. This is actually very elegant reboot of the 90s Cyber-Force franchise. Rewriting old indie-superheroes as a smart, modern sci-fi comic. Actually much better than I was anticipating, while still scratching that old nostalgia itch.

    15. I must say that I am slowly falling in live with the top cow universe. This was my first introduction to the cyberforce characters and I have to that I loved it! The story moves along at a good pace and the storyline always has you holding your breathe.

    16. Redefining Top Cow's first published book, Marc Silvestri delivers a taut, action-packed conspiracy thriller with a unique twist on a potential extinction level event.

    17. I thought this was well written and well drawn. It seemed a little fast paced, but that's ok. The story was very good.

    18. The story never really came together. It looks pretty enough, but the characters were not compelling and the story really dragged.

    19. I was hoping for a bit more of a nostalgia fest with lots of striped metal appendages and bionic bombasity.

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