Who's Who The Official Handbook of the G-Man Universe # 1 Nov 24, 2019 14:26:41 GMT
Post by richardvasseur on Nov 24, 2019 14:26:41 GMT
Title: Who's Who The Official Handbook of the G-Man Universe # 1
Publisher: G-Man Comics
Created by: Rik Offenberger, Jim Burrows, Joe Sewell, Ed Robbins, Eric N. Bennett
Art by: Gilbert Monsanto, Jim Burrows & HeroMachine, Phil Flynn, Joe Sewell and Jay Piscopo, Phil Cho
Cover by: Gilbert Monsanto
Price: $ 2.47 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Website: indyplanet.com/whos-who-handbook-of-the-g-man-universe-vol-1 , indyplanet.com/whos-who-handbook-of-the-g-man-universe-vol-1
Comments: This short eight page comic starts out with an introduction from Rik Offenberger that shows he clearly does love the Shield.
This book is done like the DC Who's Who just with all characters from the G-Man Universe.
Agent Shield is the first one profiled. Here we see he is not just a super-hero but also a FBI agent. His costume design is patriotic. He was created to act as a policeman for the other super powered beings both hero and villain.
Champion of Liberty is another patriotic themed hero with super powers. His suit has a beautiful patriotic theme to it.
Champion of Liberty 2 this is the son of the original and he is more updated in his looks. He does take after his father in all aspects.
Judah Maccabee The Hammer he is a Jewish hero with the Hammer of God. The art does look pretty amazing on him.
Operative Desert Shield is a Middle Eastern. The red and green of his costume goes well together.
Red Rube is basically a copy of Shazam power wise. His costume is a simple one. His battle cry of "Hey, Rube!" is great. He is illustrated as a wholesome super-hero.
Ruby Red she has the same powers as her older brother Red Rube. She has a nice simple costume in red and blue.
Sgt. Flag his costume is a flag. He does not have super powers but he is armed to the teeth and more.
Steel Wolf has powers that make him a super man. He has a well designed costume. From ther description here he is impressive.
As a Who's Who book this is impressive.