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Invincible. Volume 1 : ultimate collection
Kirkman, Robert
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These two books offer a more typical treatment of the Western hero: he resolves conflict at any cost, particularly if the issue is personal. Millar's X-Men is vibrant and well drawn, qualities that bring out the character's strong passions and reactions. The obscure plot has the mutants enslaved to the government's Weapon X program and pretty pissed off about it, insatiably drawn to conflict as ever. Who saves 'em but Mr. Out of His Head himself, Wolverine. Kirkman's Invincible features passionate, heroic characters. While the book is a wonderful addition to the genre, the characters are regimented by their drive to duty and adherence to the traditional honorable code. They do seek-and-destroy villainy until it gets personal-and then it's all bets off.-Douglas Lord, Connecticut State Lib., Middletown (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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