Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer

Cyberforce Hunter Killer Two of Top Cow s most popular properties are back in a big way Cyberforce the original creation of Marc Silvestri Dark Avengers X Men which launched Top Cow and helped launch Image and Hunter Killer

  • Title: Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer
  • Author: Mark Waid Kenneth Rocafort
  • ISBN: 9781607061045
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Paperback
  • Two of Top Cow s most popular properties are back in a big way Cyberforce, the original creation of Marc Silvestri Dark Avengers X Men which launched Top Cow and helped launch Image, and Hunter Killer, Silvestri s most recent co creation with superstar writer Mark Waid Kingdom Come, Amazing Spider Man return in the biggest Top Cow event of 2009 When two old enemies oTwo of Top Cow s most popular properties are back in a big way Cyberforce, the original creation of Marc Silvestri Dark Avengers X Men which launched Top Cow and helped launch Image, and Hunter Killer, Silvestri s most recent co creation with superstar writer Mark Waid Kingdom Come, Amazing Spider Man return in the biggest Top Cow event of 2009 When two old enemies of the teams unite for a diabolical alliance, the teams must put aside their mutual distrust and join forces to stop them from getting control of unparalleled information banks But in the end and far too late, they discover the goal is much, much sinister Collects Cyberforce Hunter Killer 1 5, and includes a cover gallery and bonus materials.

    One thought on “Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer”

    1. This was surprising. Usually these types of crossover stories are pretty bland and predictable. Team A runs into Team B. They believe each other to be the enemy or have some sort of misunderstanding and fight. There's no clear cut winner (because you don't want to alienate fans of either team) and afterwards, they realize they're both on the same side, so they merge their forces to tackle the real threat. Cue happy ending. Now normally the scheme that brings the two groups together is pretty thr [...]

    2. Nice solid attempt at merging a spy thriller with comic super heroics in this crossover. Mark Waid's covert ops Hunter Killer team meets Marc Silvestri's Cyberforce. Waid's characters remain the stronger and more interesting as they track a joint government/industrial conspiracy that endangers millions. Nicely enough the tech behind the conspiracy is not too far removed from reality. I still find Sam engaging, and Ellis appears to have a grown as a character since his last appearance. Morningsta [...]

    3. Appeal Characteristics: fast pace, thrills, mysteryI've only read the first issue so let me start by saying this is a blend or cross over of two separate series I think. It's a mini-series dealing with these types of "special power" operative teams who must work together to over throw this crazy guy. That being said I'm really interested in a lot of back stories or maybe other worlds some of these characters inhabit. This has nothing to do with the story. Anyway, there is a "head" manipulator wh [...]

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