Metal Men

Metal Men Written by Duncan Rouleau Art and cover by Rouleau DC s metallic heroes return in this hardcover collecting the issue miniseries Gold Platina Mercury Iron Lead Tin and Copper must face off the

  • Title: Metal Men
  • Author: Duncan Rouleau
  • ISBN: 9781401218454
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Written by Duncan Rouleau Art and cover by Rouleau DC s metallic heroes return in this hardcover collecting the 8 issue miniseries Gold, Platina, Mercury, Iron, Lead, Tin and Copper must face off the forces of Chemo, Doctor Yes, BOLTS, The Balloonatic and his Orphan Army, as well as the Robot Renegades in this action packed volume Advance solicited on sale August 20 2Written by Duncan Rouleau Art and cover by Rouleau DC s metallic heroes return in this hardcover collecting the 8 issue miniseries Gold, Platina, Mercury, Iron, Lead, Tin and Copper must face off the forces of Chemo, Doctor Yes, BOLTS, The Balloonatic and his Orphan Army, as well as the Robot Renegades in this action packed volume Advance solicited on sale August 20 200 pg, FC, 24.99 US

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    • Much of the charm of the original Metal Men (who first appeared in 1962) lay in their clear personalities and interactions with one another. So Tin was extremely timid, but given to acts of astonishing heroism in an attempt to overcome what he saw as cowardice, Mercury was an egomaniac who tended to end up splashed all over the place, and Platinum was tough and brave, the whole marred only slightly by her tendency to break off whatever she was doing, be it overseeing an experiment or fighting of [...]


    • This is one of the worst graphic novels I've ever read. I love the Metal Men, but all we see here is jumping back and forth in the time stream, too much scientific jargon, and well, not much in the way of a story. When I read Fantastic Four or Iron Man, there is the perfect balance of science talk and action, not so here. Its all the same.


    • You know the term "hot mess", when someone is so very attractive even though you know they are insane on the inside? This book is a hot mess. I was attracted by the beautiful stylish, cartoonish art and snazzy colouring but then I read it. Small wonder Grant Morrison helped with the "plot". As another reviewer noted, it is scientific jargon with no reason, it skips between two time periods but doesn't create a clear readable story in either one. It is not a long graphic novel but it was so off p [...]


    • Based on an idea by Grant Morrison, this is exactly the sort of mess you might expect when someone else tries to execute one of his more oddball concepts. So the alchemical implications of robots who each express the personality of a given metal are to the fore, there's lots of clever time travel stuff, and the just-about-plausible science is paired with a slightly puzzled introduction by an actual mad scientist from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. But the dialogue is filled with the sort of garb [...]


    • Oh boy this book took me a little longer to finish through then a normal 8 or so issue trade should have. So the parts I really liked were the dialogue between the metal men and their comedy. Also the art is really great. For as interesting as the plot was it was a train wreck. It just goes to prove that when you are using story boards from Grant Morrison, you should probably let only Grant Morison create the books they go with. I imagine it's like creating this really cool scientific experiment [...]


    • I REALLY wanted to really like this one, but I ended up just liking it. First off, I thought it was interesting that the story and art were both done by Rouleau. Perhaps because I immediately compared writer illustrator Jeff Smith (Bone, TASL) to this feat I became not so impressed. The story was literally everywhere. I am not the smartest guy, nor the dumbest and I had a heck of a time keeping up. Also, in a criticism of the art I felt that it was also hard to follow at times. Transitions betwe [...]


    • First, I want to say that I liked the story a lot and I think the personalities of each of the Metal Men were true to how they were supposed to be.I got confused at a couple points. This book goes back and forth between the past and present a lot and it can be hard to decipher which is which. There's also some time travel involved and you know how that goes. However, I think the confusion can be avoided if you read the whole book in one sitting.Really, you shouldn't be confused at all. If you pa [...]


    • Not a bad book. I enjoyed the art and the story behind it, but I found it really over used the mock-science and I kinda faded out when they started doing that.



    • Oh, my. That was not very good. Not very good at all.The concept had promise (I've not read any of the original works), but the execution was not good.Wow.



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