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Deathlok: The Destroyer TPB (Marvel Knights) [Paperback]

Lan Medina , Charlie Huston
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26 Jan 2011 Marvel Knights
Marvel's ultimate cyborg is back in this Marvel Knights series written by Charlie Huston (Moon Knight) and breathtakingly illustrated by Lan Medina (Foolkiller). In the not-too-distant future, war is a spectator sport, warriors die hard and live fast, and living larger than anyone is super-soldier Lieutenant Mike Travers. That is, until Travers hotdogs it on the battlefield and gets himself and his C.O., Luther Manning, blown to bits. The show must go on. Enter: Deathlok the Demolisher!!! Collects Deathlok #1-7.

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  • Paperback: 168 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel Comics (26 Jan 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 078512828X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785128281
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 17.2 x 25.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 632,339 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great condition no issues. 7 Jun 2014
By Jason
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The product came in immaculate condition no problems (no dog ears or tears etc.). This is a purchase review so if you're looking for a review of the actual contents of the book check out for a good run down.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Deathlok's Here... 26 Nov 2011
By G. YEO - Published on
Deathlok is the cyborg that never dies. Resurrected again and again in Marvel mythology - it remains the ultimate post-modern Frankenstein character. This outing works well but takes a different approach to the dialogue inside Deathlok's head. Instead of having Luther Manning and the computer ('puter) to talk to - the brain of hotshot Roxxon warrior Mike Travers is incorporated into Deathlok's consciousness along with Luther Manning. The results are interesting. The Roxxon bad guys in this apocalyptic landscape are great, but could have been mined further. Deathlok needs a nemesis!

Ambitious and somewhat and idealistic towards the end, Deathlok is nevertheless highly engaging reading. It could have remained (as I would prefer) more noir and even darker, but the tale is ultimately about a man's redemption. It does get a bit messy at times, but the positives of this series outweigh the rest.

Let's hope it improves. For now, Deathlok fans wherever you are, you can pick this one up...

< P.S. A Request to Marvel: Please credit Rich Buckler and Doug Moench as the creators - no matter what evolution this cyborg takes with future creators. The design of Deathlok is testament of the genius of the aforementioned artist and writer! >
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4.0 out of 5 stars My doubts were DEMOLISHED! 13 Jun 2011
By Jeffrey D. Stout - Published on
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Awesome edgy sci-fi carnage! Gorgeous painted artwork take this book to a whole new level. I enjoyed this even more than Huston's psychotic dark Moon Knight work, ... is it just better artwork or is it also better writing? I think it is the later.

I have LOVED this ugly character since I was a little kid, it is so sweet to see him finally handled correctly!
5.0 out of 5 stars If you like cyberpunk, you will not be disappointed 9 Jun 2014
By Ryan Fox - Published on
I read this not knowing what to expect and I'd have to say I was very pleasently suprised. Deathlok has always been one of the most under-rated marvel characters IMHO. Growing up during the 'cyberpunk' era of futuristic sci-fi films (blade runner, terminator, road warrior, robocop, etc), I found this to be a very entertaining book. For you sci-fi movie fans, its kind of like Starship Troopers meets Robocop meets The Running Man. I enjoyed the fact that there were not guest appearences by other Marvel characters as Deathlok can carry the book all on his own. Anyway, definitely one of the better graphic novels I've read as of late
5.0 out of 5 stars NEVER WASTE A GOOD CORPSE!!!! 27 Feb 2014
By daxmichaels - Published on
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Especially when you can build a killer cyborg from him! I bought it expecting the Deathlok of the 70s, but Deathlok, like every other bloody thing on god's green earth has changed with the times! This is Still a good read! AND it must be looked at with an open mind; meaning that one must accept new expressions of art without criticism.
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1.0 out of 5 stars I Just Gave Up Here 17 Jan 2012
By K. Patterson - Published on
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A graphic novel, even a 'collected for trade,' isn't really that challenging to get through. Yet I found myself impatient at the utter tedium of this and gave up around chapter 4. There's a big Richard K. Morgan "business is war" theme here that Morgan does with so much more finesse, and Huston beats you over the head with here (I got the point at least 20 pages sooner). I have tried to like Huston's books, I gave "A Dangerous Man," and his Marvel work (Moon Knight) shots previously, and was disappointed. The ideas seemed better to me than the actual stories as written. So it was here. The whole theme of divided personality, extremely long lag in introducing the protagonist, the insistence on telling vs. showing with ton of unneeded exposition. Deathlok is a pre-cyberpunk, rather mature-audiences Marvel character from the 70's adapted by an edgy noir contemporary author and the possibility of what could happen was interesting. This is not that book.
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