Athena Inc. Volume 1: Manhunter Project

Book Athena Inc. Volume 1: Manhunter Project

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- By: Brian Haberlin(Author),Jay Anacleto(Artist)
- Language: English
- Format: PDF - Djvu
- Pages:240
- Publisher: Image Comics (September 14, 2003)
- Bestsellers rank: 9
- Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
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  • Athena Inc., the blackest of black ops, has come up with the perfect operative - she can't be caught. And even if she could be, there is no way to link her to any action, because she doesn't even know she's an agent. She was hailed as a success, until the genetic trigger than enables her to switch personas began to break down. Now that she can switch forms on her own, she has become a threat to internal security and must be dealt with. But who will deal with whom first?

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  • By phllp on August 3, 2004

    I really enjoyed this book. As the other reviewer has mentioned this book uses a different method for presenting dialogue. Rather than using "balloons", as usually seen in comics and graphic novels, this book uses more of a script layout. Just like reading a play, the character speaking is indentified with there dialogue following. The same method is used in "Torso" by Brian Michael Bendis. I personally don't have any problem with this method of dialogue in a comic, but it will take a little bit of time to get used to. Personally, I enjoyed this story. It is a story that has been told before in other contexts, but it is still entertaining. The real reason I bought this book is because of the artist that worked on it, Jay Anacleto. This guy is absolutely amazing. His pencil work is near photo quality, it is absolutely amazing. He was also the artist for "The Magic of Aria" which is also a good comic. My BIG problem with this book is that it fell apart...literally. I have pages falling out of this thing while I try to read it. That is ridiculous. If not for the binding of this book I would have given it 5 stars.

  • By wiredweird on April 16, 2004

    The art is at least half the reason I buy comics, and the art is what hooked me in this collection. Every panel is monochrome, black and white with a second color. That color sets the tone and seems to identify the point of view: tans appear center on Our Heroine, blues usually shift the focus elsewhere. The black and white illustrations have a raw, realistic style that works. Page layouts have a patterned black background that sets off the panels well, and good printing makes the blacks dense and rich.The story is exciting and good for a long run: super-spy babe on the run from the evil organization and her one-time partners. OK, it's been done and redone. Every new version has its own variant, and the twist to this story makes it worth reading (no, I won't tell). The story isn't wildly original, and the color schemes didn't originate here either - remember Ms. Tree? As long as the story and art are strong and work together, I'm not going to worry too much.There were only two things I disliked about this book. One was the typography. The captioning was a bit of novelty that just didn't work. With so much else so well done, that was a disappointment. The other was that the book literally fell apart in my hands. Grr.Five stars for the artwork, four for the story, less for the text, and zero for the binding.

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