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Marvel Mangaverse, Volume 1

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It's an all new, all different Marvel when the Marvel Universe is reinterpreted within the popular art form known as Manga. Hulk is a 20-story tall monster; Spider-man is a ninja; the Fantastic Four investigate paranormal anomolies as the Megascale Metatalent Response Team. It's Marvel mayhem in the Mangaverse manner!
Paperback, 224 pages
Published April 1st 2002 by Marvel Comics Group
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Sep 23, 2012 Tym rated it did not like it
I really did try to enjoy this graphic novel but I really couldn't the Spider-man story was the only one that was semi-decent and even that one bored me half the time. The stories are vapid and they try to cram way too much into a tiny space so that the story feels rushed and souless.
Zac (Fellow Lord) Cooper
Mar 12, 2008 Zac (Fellow Lord) Cooper rated it it was amazing
The unique thing is that i always choose to read comic books based on how good the drawing is on the cover. The coincedence is that I always seem to enjoy those comic books most because i always love those books. This criteria was the correct one in this case
Michael Healy
Jan 20, 2013 Michael Healy rated it it was ok
The only decent stories in this were the Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four (but only if you are a fan of the anime Neon Genesis Evangelion to get the jokes in that one). The rest of the book was mediocre at best and quite often even below that.
Mar 18, 2010 Ryan rated it it was ok
The Spiderman story is the only decent one here, and I don't think that's because I have a blatant bias. It was pretty well-written and -illustrated. The rest were pretty disappointing.
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Ben Dunn is an American comic book artist. Although born in Taiwan, he grew up in Kentucky, Taiwan and San Antonio, Texas. It was in Taiwan that he was first exposed to Japanese manga. In 1984 he founded Antarctic Press, an American comic book company specializing in Manga-style titles. In 2003, he sold Antarctic to start his own development company, Sentai Studios.

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