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Take a trip back to the swinging 60's to discover the classic first appearances of Marvel's most famous heroes. Inside this volume you will witness an unparalleled period of comic book creativity as Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and the rest of the Marvel Bullpen introduce you to some of the most recognisable characters in all of comicdom. Collects Fantastic Four #1, Amazing Fanta Take a trip back to the swinging 60's to discover the classic first appearances of Marvel's most famous heroes. Inside this volume you will witness an unparalleled period of comic book creativity as Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and the rest of the Marvel Bullpen introduce you to some of the most recognisable characters in all of comicdom. Collects Fantastic Four #1, Amazing Fantasy #15, Incredible Hulk #1, Daredevil #1, Tales of Suspense #39, Uncanny X-Men #1, Avengers #1, Avengers #4, Tales to Astonish #27, and Tales to Astonish #44.


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Take a trip back to the swinging 60's to discover the classic first appearances of Marvel's most famous heroes. Inside this volume you will witness an unparalleled period of comic book creativity as Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and the rest of the Marvel Bullpen introduce you to some of the most recognisable characters in all of comicdom. Collects Fantastic Four #1, Amazing Fanta Take a trip back to the swinging 60's to discover the classic first appearances of Marvel's most famous heroes. Inside this volume you will witness an unparalleled period of comic book creativity as Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and the rest of the Marvel Bullpen introduce you to some of the most recognisable characters in all of comicdom. Collects Fantastic Four #1, Amazing Fantasy #15, Incredible Hulk #1, Daredevil #1, Tales of Suspense #39, Uncanny X-Men #1, Avengers #1, Avengers #4, Tales to Astonish #27, and Tales to Astonish #44.

30 review for Marvel Origins: The 60s

  1. 5 out of 5

    Arthur Dalla

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Review 1/135 - Marvel Origens: A década de 1960 Iniciando a série de reviews que prentendo fazer, temos a primeira das 135 edições de graphic novels que a Salvat lançou no Brasil. A edição “Marvel Origens - Década de 1960” conta, como diz o título, das primeiras aparições de diversos personagens que compõem a mitologia clássica da Marvel. Vemos aqui a primeira aparição da mais clássica família dos quadrinhos, o Quarteto Fantástico, a primeira aparição do Incrível Hulk (ainda na coloração acinzenta Review 1/135 - Marvel Origens: A década de 1960 Iniciando a série de reviews que prentendo fazer, temos a primeira das 135 edições de graphic novels que a Salvat lançou no Brasil. A edição “Marvel Origens - Década de 1960” conta, como diz o título, das primeiras aparições de diversos personagens que compõem a mitologia clássica da Marvel. Vemos aqui a primeira aparição da mais clássica família dos quadrinhos, o Quarteto Fantástico, a primeira aparição do Incrível Hulk (ainda na coloração acinzentada), os primeiros dias de herói do Homem-Aranha, além de Homem de Ferro, Homem Formiga, a primeira formação dos Vingadores, entre outros. As histórias inicialmente se apresentam de forma quase bobas, com tramas simples e bem fantasiosas. Mas o que se podia esperar da época em que foram lançadas era exatamente isso. Como é dito na breve introdução da edição da Salvat, temos o mundo em época de Guerra Fria, com os Estados Unidos claramente tentando se mostrar pronto para acabar com a “ameaça comunista” da época. Isso se reflete fortemente nos quadrinhos, já que grande parte das histórias de origem se apresenta exatamente como uma propaganda da tentativa dos Estados Unidos em vencer a corrida contra a União Soviética: o quarteto fantástico desenvolvendo um foguete as pressas, o hulk sendo capturado pelos comunistas, o homem de ferro aprisionado no Vietnam... É possível perceber a forma que as histórias são, além de divertidas, um material até histórico, dando uma visão tanto da sociedade, como da cultura da época. Hoje temos o sucesso de filmes de heróis nos cinemas, e ver como que foram adaptados os conflitos iniciais vividos pelos personagens para uma época atual, melhora ainda mais a leitura. Outro ponto interessante é a forma com que a Marvel lida com seus personagens. Enquanto que na DC, temos o Superman agindo como um deus na terra, temos nos quadrinhos da Marvel seres com habilidades sobre-humanas, mas agindo exatamente como os seres humanos da época iria agir. Vemos um homem aranha tendo que lidar com uma tia doente além do bullying na escola, um homem de ferro totalmente egocêntrico, provando que apesar de supers, eles são tão humanos quanto nós. Ler a obra inicial de Stan Lee, junto com diversos desenhistas, dentre eles Jack Kirby e Steve Ditko, os grandes “fundadores” da Marvel, traz uma boa experiência inicial. Apesar de certo incômodo com a arte colorida e com histórias certamente padronizadas da época, temos aqui um bom exemplar do que era o melhor dos quadrinhos da década de 60.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gustavo

    Le iba a poner tres estrellas, pero ¿Cuanto puede juzgar uno historias de hace 50 años cuando todo era tan distinto, y cuando este medio es tan cambiante? No es algo nuevo que estos comics son importantes en la historia y más alla de algunos momentos raros, son entretenidos. Es un lujo tener todo esto junto en un volumen y tener la oportunidad de leerlo en papel. Algo negativo es que, si no me equivoco, estas son ediciones recoloreadas. Me gustaría saber como eran realmente las originales.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Paulo Tiago Muliterno

    O mais gostoso de ler algo assim que foi feito nos anos 60 é tentar imaginar a reação das pessoas na época, porque tem muita coisa ali que é risível - hoje, em 2019. (sério, a Vespa e o Homem-Formiga... pelo amor!) Por outro lado, a nostalgia de um tempo quando você não tinha que tirar coelho de cartola ou alinhar os quadrinhos com o MCU é gostosa demais.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Anthony

    I liked this graphic novel a lot because it had a very classic feel and has great action for it's time. It has some of the most popular marvel heroes and it is nice to read their origins and beginnings. It is a great story for people who like comic books. I liked this graphic novel a lot because it had a very classic feel and has great action for it's time. It has some of the most popular marvel heroes and it is nice to read their origins and beginnings. It is a great story for people who like comic books.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Chris Kuta

    Apparently comic books used to be excessively wordy. A good look at the early days that laid the foundations for the genre.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Max Rudd

    Always good to revisit the dawn of the Silver Age of Comics. Even a couple of origin story in here I've not read before. Always good to revisit the dawn of the Silver Age of Comics. Even a couple of origin story in here I've not read before.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Joanna

    Ein interessanter Ausflug in die Geschichte der Marvel-Comics. Diese Sammlung ist eine unvergleichliche Zeitreise in die 60er-Jahre. Der Erzählstil ist ein ganz anderer als von den modernen Marvels gewöhnt. Logischerweise - es war eine ganz andere Zeit, damals während des Kalten Krieges in Amerika. Wer sich für das Marvel-Universum interessiert, der tut gut daran, ein paar Geschichten aus den Anfängen zu lesen. Man lernt die Helden auf eine ganz neue, bzw. alte, Art und Weise kennen.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Dony Grayman

    Edición para Argentina, Tomo I de la subcolección Clásicos (62º en total). Incluye el origen de varios superhéroes Marvel sesentosos; varias de las historias de este recopilatorio están incluidas también en otros tomos.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jon Arnold

    After a series concentrating on longer, modern stories the second phase of this range (the ‘Classic’) launches with what’s essentially more of a short story collection. As the title suggests, it collects origin stories of major heroes from the early days of Marvel –the first appearances of the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, Spider-Man, the Hulk, Iron Man, Captain America, Daredevil, Ant-Man and the Wasp (well, Captain America’s first modern appearance). The stories naturally haven’t aged particularl After a series concentrating on longer, modern stories the second phase of this range (the ‘Classic’) launches with what’s essentially more of a short story collection. As the title suggests, it collects origin stories of major heroes from the early days of Marvel –the first appearances of the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, Spider-Man, the Hulk, Iron Man, Captain America, Daredevil, Ant-Man and the Wasp (well, Captain America’s first modern appearance). The stories naturally haven’t aged particularly well- everyone seems to have been swallowing the anti-communist propaganda wholesale, the Marvel world’s a hugely macho one and, particularly after the decompressed storytelling technique, it’s text intensive. There’s an intense creative energy evident though, a sense of a million ideas being thrown at a wall to see how many stick (Ant Man’s origin story, for instance, was obviously only meant to fill a few pages as a one off), the art from Kirby, Ditko and Everett is still a stylised joy, and Stan Lee’s ever bombastic badinage shamelessly sells the wilder concepts. The omission of Thor is the only strange omission, particularly given his appearance in The Avengers, but that’s promised for a later volume. Fascinating for historical significance, but hard to recommend to modern readers.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Marek Osvald

    "Captain America nikdy nelže. Jdeme!" Ach, zlatá šedesátá. Stan Lee vybudovává prakticky z ničeho současné marvelovské superhrdinské impérium příběhy, ve kterých se to hemží podivnými monstry, komunisty, všemocnými tranzistory, radioaktivitou a podivnými vynálezy. Určité motivy se napříč originy opakují: armáda a vojáci jsou naprostí pitomci, radioaktivita a paprsky z vesmíru jsou zdrojem záhad a zvláštních schopností, všechny ženské postavy jsou psány jako naprosté slepicoidní pipky (mimochodem "Captain America nikdy nelže. Jdeme!" Ach, zlatá šedesátá. Stan Lee vybudovává prakticky z ničeho současné marvelovské superhrdinské impérium příběhy, ve kterých se to hemží podivnými monstry, komunisty, všemocnými tranzistory, radioaktivitou a podivnými vynálezy. Určité motivy se napříč originy opakují: armáda a vojáci jsou naprostí pitomci, radioaktivita a paprsky z vesmíru jsou zdrojem záhad a zvláštních schopností, všechny ženské postavy jsou psány jako naprosté slepicoidní pipky (mimochodem celkem trvalá součást tvorby Stana Leeho). Samotné příběhy nelze hodnotit příkrým pohledem dnešního komiksového trhu, ale i při přimhouření obou očí je přinejmenším polovina příběhů hloupoučky naivňoučkých (Fantastic Four, Ant-Man, Hulk, X-Meni). Přesto se dá kniha do značné míry doporučit nejen těm, kdo mají o zájem o historii superhrdinského komiksu (kresby Steva Ditka, Jacka Kirbyho nebo Donnyho Hecka jsou báječné i po téměř padesáti letech), ale originy Spider-Mana, Daredevila a hlavně návrat Kapitána Ameriky z ledového vězení, to jsou příběhy, které mají šanci oslovit i dnes. Jako velice zdařilý hodnotím překlad Martina D. Antonína, který zachovává takový ten zvláštní dobový punc.

  11. 4 out of 5

    James Hough

    I've read a couple of these before in the platinum collections, but it's nice to have them all together in one volume. The overpowering feeling from these books is "it certainly was a different world back then". Every single sentence ends with an exclamation! You just have to take the hokey stories with a pinch of salt, and sometimes turn your eye away from the sexist undertones. I've read a couple of these before in the platinum collections, but it's nice to have them all together in one volume. The overpowering feeling from these books is "it certainly was a different world back then". Every single sentence ends with an exclamation! You just have to take the hokey stories with a pinch of salt, and sometimes turn your eye away from the sexist undertones.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Phillip Berrie

    Of course I'd seen most of this before (though surprisingly not all), but it's still nice to have most of the historical origins of the main Marvel characters gathered into one volume. Pity they couldn't get Thor's origin in there as well. One for the completists. Of course I'd seen most of this before (though surprisingly not all), but it's still nice to have most of the historical origins of the main Marvel characters gathered into one volume. Pity they couldn't get Thor's origin in there as well. One for the completists.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mark Short

    Pure entertainment. Made me want to seek out more of the 60's comics. Pure entertainment. Made me want to seek out more of the 60's comics.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Josef Horký

    Jako jo, je to naivní, spíše k pousmání než nervydrásající, ale bral jsem to spíše jako edukační čtivo než cokoliv jiného.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ondra Král

    Nejklasikovatější klasika a bible pro všechny Marveláky.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Albert Gerth

  17. 4 out of 5

    Skart

  18. 4 out of 5

    Cezary

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany Aching

  20. 5 out of 5

    Alex Sacha Chris

  21. 5 out of 5

    Edward Barron

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sean Mccarthy

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ian

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jody Miller

  25. 5 out of 5

    Chris Kilbride

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nefornia

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lirik

  28. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Oakes

  29. 4 out of 5

    Shaun England

  30. 5 out of 5

    Bent

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