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Earth 2 Volume 2: The Tower of Fate HC (The New 52) Hardcover – 15 Oct 2013
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Praise for Earth 2 Vol. 1:
"I honestly can't find anything to criticize here. It all was simply brilliant, flowed perfectly, intrigued me and hooked me instantly. EARTH 2 is everything 'The New 52" should be.'--Aint it Cool News
Praise for Earth 2 Vol. 1:
"I honestly can't find anything to criticize here. It all was simply brilliant, flowed perfectly, intrigued me and hooked me instantly. EARTH 2 is everything 'The New 52" should be.' Aint it Cool News"
About the Author
James Robinson is English born but has lived in Southern California for almost twenty years. He has spent many of those years solely as a writer of comics, most noteworthy being THE GOLDEN AGE, STARMAN and "Leave It To Chance." But he s written a whole lot more than that. Burned out from comics, he retreated to the world of screenwriting which he continues to do while, after a lengthy break, returning to his first love comics with SUPERMAN and JUSTICE LEAGUE. He resides in Hollywood."
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The rest of the volume sees the World Army, under the unwanted influence of Terry Sloan hunting for our new heroes, while we get a glimpse of a Red Tornado in the background; we discover that the train crash was possibly intended to kill not Alan Scott but his partner; we see the origin - well some of it - of Hawkgirl and how she got the wings - it was at the same time as the new Doctor Fate got his helmet - in the tomb of Nabu... and we meet Wotan, who is after the power of Nabu, which is locked away in the Tower of Fate. We also get to meet Steppenwolf, and his young assistant, Fury - apparently the daughter of Wonder Woman - as they acquire a country to call their own. The title of the next volume - The War - might be a hint of where that story is going. Anyway, our heroes finally start to bond, the real villains start to reveal themselves, and there are a young couple dressed as Mister Miracle and Barda running around.
As I keep saying, this is an exceptionally well written and drawn story, and also has the advantage of carrying no baggage with it. The possibilities are endless.
Only thing that puzzles me is how the news crews can tell that Doctor Fate is magic just by looking at him.
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