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Real Heroes #1

3.42  ·  Rating Details ·  12 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
They are the six most famous actors in the world and together they play The Olympians, the biggest superhero movie franchise in history. Would you ask them to save the world? They may be our only hope...
Paperback, Single Issue, 33 pages
Published March 26th 2014 by Image Comics
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Nicolo Yu
Jun 25, 2014 Nicolo Yu rated it really liked it
Shelves: fcbd-2014
Real Heroes feels like the third part of Bryan Hitch's larger than life media savvy superheroes. His first was The Ultimates with Mark Millar, then he did America's Got Talent with Jonathan Ross and now Real Heroes.

Hitch is writing this one but it still feels like a Millar book. It isn't bad though and Hitch's cinematic art style is always a good reason to try a book.
Jamie Murphy
Dec 01, 2016 Jamie Murphy rated it it was amazing
I love the concept and the characters are great
Jun 23, 2015 Arturo rated it liked it
Shelves: issue-1
Do you like Three amigos? Galaxy quest? How bout Tropic Thunder? Well do I have the book for you. Minus the comedy. After The Authority and The Ultimates this seemed like the next logical step. The concepts good but the delivery.. Bryan Hitch does an Amazing job on art but the dialogue is bland. It's a lot like Ultimates where our 'heroes' can be cocky, and snobbish. One reminds me of Charlie Sheen. One looks like Jayden Smith and I think 'The Olympian' could be Chris Pine.
Our story starts wit
John Clark
Jul 09, 2014 John Clark rated it really liked it
I really didn't expect to like this, nor did I expect it to be anything but another homage to tights in an industry full of that kind of thing. But Hitch surprised me and this is very entertaining and could be very big -- I look forward to seeing where it goes.
May 10, 2014 Glenn rated it liked it
This storyline is not new, and it's a hard one to set up in a single issue. Hitch does a good job. In the end, it'll be about how the characters play out. They seem interesting enough. The villain actually interests me a bit more than some of the stock team members.
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Bryan Hitch is a British comic book artist and writer who gained prominence on American titles such as Wildstorm's Stormwatch and The Authority, DC Comics' JLA, and Marvel Comics' The Ultimates.
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