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Marvel Knights 2099 TPB (Marvel Heroes) Paperback – 19 Jan 2005

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3.0 out of 5 stars Mixed bag 16 Nov. 2004
By N. Durham - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Anyone remember Marvel's 2099 line back in the 90's? It all started with legendary Hulk scribe Peter David scripting Spider-Man 2099, followed by various futuristic updates of popular Marvel characters, including X-Men, Doom, Ravage, Punisher, Ghost Rider, Hulk, Daredevil, and Fantastic Four. Recently, in celebration of Marvel's fifth year anniversary of the launch of the Marvel Knights line, Captain America and Walking Dead scribe Robert Kirkman was enlisted to write five one-shots, based on the Marvel Knights in the 2099 era. Because they are one-shots, they do feel a bit rushed and there isn't much room for character development, leaving Marvel Knights 2099 a mixed bag. The best story is the new take on Daredevil 2099 in which a descendant of the Kingpin dons a technologicaly advanced Daredevil costume to fight crime, a tale that ends with a delicious twist. The same goes for Black Panther 2099 which finds a new warrior donning the Black Panther costume to oppose Doom and the forces of Latveria. The new take on Punisher 2099 (a daughter of Frank Castle and Elektra, yes you read that right) is so-so, while Inhumans 2099 manages to pack a punch. Mutant 2099 is by far the weakest, featuring a young mutant taking on a hero role under the tutelage of the brain of Reed Richards who is trapped in a robotic construct of the Thing. The art varies by each book, the best being done by Fray artist Karl Moline (on Daredevil) and Man-Thing and Hood artist Kyle Hotz (Black Panther). All in all, this is worth a look for Marvel afficiondos and old time fans of the 2099 line, but it's nothing too special.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Okay, now what? 4 Jun. 2006
By Michael Nomad - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I bought this because of fond memories of the 2099 series way back when, but reading these one shots wasn't the most fun. As another reviewer mentioned, the Daredevil one may have been the best, but when you get to the end, you can't help but wonder what the heck is supposed to happen next? Some may like the stories, but for me it was a little dissapointing.
2.0 out of 5 stars Horrible anthology 24 Mar. 2011
By Chongo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I don't understand why Marvel didn't instead just release collected editions of their already established 2099 series'. While we did get vol.1 collections of Spider-Man 2099 & X-Men 2099, we never did get Doom 2099 or Punisher 2099. While Marvel's 2099 imprint is up for debate among fans, this collection is just terrible. The stories aren't very good. Don't waste your money.
5.0 out of 5 stars the second coming of 2099 universe 28 Oct. 2005
By Saenz Alejandro - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This TPB contains inhumans 2099, punisher 2099, mutant 2099,daredevil 2099 and black panther 2099.

This version of Punisher 2099 is not the same that it used to be in the regular series punisher 2099 .

I love the inhumans chapter for me is the best of this TPB

also is very sad.
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