Shang-Chi: Master of Kung-Fu Omnibus Vol. 2

Shang Chi Master of Kung Fu Omnibus Vol Shang Chi Master of Kung Fu easily ranks as one of the most iconic series in Marvel history Doug Moench and Paul Gulacy s blend of kung fu action and globe trotting espionage raised the already high s

  • Title: Shang-Chi: Master of Kung-Fu Omnibus Vol. 2
  • Author: Doug Moench Paul Gulacy Archie Goodwin
  • ISBN: 9781302901301
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Shang-Chi: Master of Kung-Fu Omnibus Vol. 2

    Shang Chi Master of Kung Fu easily ranks as one of the most iconic series in Marvel history Doug Moench and Paul Gulacy s blend of kung fu action and globe trotting espionage raised the already high standard set by the title, and in this second volume, believe it or not, it gets even better The cinematic Hong Kong showdown with Shen Kuei, the Cat the tense Oriental ExShang Chi Master of Kung Fu easily ranks as one of the most iconic series in Marvel history Doug Moench and Paul Gulacy s blend of kung fu action and globe trotting espionage raised the already high standard set by the title, and in this second volume, believe it or not, it gets even better The cinematic Hong Kong showdown with Shen Kuei, the Cat the tense Oriental Expediters the mystery of MI 6 s mole the sweeping scale of The Return of Fu Manchu the epic Saga of War Yore each effort is a masterpiece of action, intrigue and drama, and none has ever looked better than in this painstakingly restored OmnibusLLECTING MASTER OF KUNG FU 1974 38 70 MASTER OF KUNG FU ANNUAL 1976 1

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    One thought on “Shang-Chi: Master of Kung-Fu Omnibus Vol. 2

    1. Blindzider

      3.5 StarsI enjoyed this volume much more than the last. The first half (up to issue 50) is one long spy story, in the vein of a 60's James Bond film with a villain who has a grand plan that is just crazy enough to work, hidden base, and a vast army. It ties up most of the long running plots from the previous volume. The interesting thing is that Shang-Chi isn't really the protagonist and doesn't drive the plot. He's there of course, mainly used to battle key henchmen and it seems most fans liked [...]

    2. Ryan

      I think this is my favorite 70's Marvel series. It's great that they have taken such pains to bring these stories back into print. Otherwise, I would not have know anything about them. The art is up and down in this volume. Paul Gulacy and Jim Craig turned in amazing work that was much better than most of their contemporaries. Not as much of a fan of Mike Zeck, but it looks like his stuff was starting to improve, in much the same way as Gulacy did. The stories are at their best when they do the [...]

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