• Title: James Robinson's Complete WildC.A.T.s
  • Author: James Robinson
  • ISBN: 9781401222048
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback
  • James Robinson s Complete WildC A T s Acclaimed writer James Robinson takes on WildStorm s flagship super teamJames Robinson is considered by many to one the best modern comics writers His landmark achievement in the medium is his acclaim
    Acclaimed writer James Robinson takes on WildStorm s flagship super teamJames Robinson is considered by many to one the best modern comics writers His landmark achievement in the medium is his acclaimed run on STARMAN, which Entertainment Weekly described as the best written super hero in comics Now Robinson s defining run on WildC.A.T.s is collected into a single volumAcclaimed writer James Robinson takes on WildStorm s flagship super teamJames Robinson is considered by many to one the best modern comics writers His landmark achievement in the medium is his acclaimed run on STARMAN, which Entertainment Weekly described as the best written super hero in comics Now Robinson s defining run on WildC.A.T.s is collected into a single volume, collecting his 1990s issues, which feature the impressive art of Travis Charest and other fine artists who provide breathtaking visuals Robinson takes over the reins as writer of WildStorm s flagship super hero team from comics legend Alan Moore WATCHMEN, V FOR VENDETTA and continues the amazing adventures of the WILDC.A.T.S while stirring up the WildStorm Universe.

    One Reply to “James Robinson's Complete WildC.A.T.s”

    1. So, I was a weekly comic book reader, and full-fledged Marvel zombie when Image Comics and the Wildstorm Universe were first created. At the time I put next to no thought into these books. Since then my tastes have broadened significantly but still never read much from the original Wildstorm books. I found this relatively cheap and thought it was worth the gamble. Frankly, it wasn't. James Robinson takes over the writing duties for Jim Lee and delivers a nearly indecipherable mess. I was never s [...]

    2. Starman is one of the greatest comics ever written, so I will read any output by James Robinson, which is somewhat perilous, because his Justice League really blows. Anyways, you have to take this for what it is early to mid 90s Image, but, much like the Green Lantern movie, I thought it was fun. I've always thought the Wildstorm Universe is rich with compelling characters, the artists that created them just don't know how to write is all so they have to have guys like Robinson and Moore fix e [...]

    3. The Team One comic is quite good. Everything else has Robinson's unique flair to various degrees, but the stories are so scattered and incomplete as to be almost worthless.

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