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by Matt Chernis,Peter Johnson,Michael Gaydos

eBook Powerless (Spider-Man, Wolverine, Daredevil) download ISBN: 0785115110
Author: Matt Chernis,Peter Johnson,Michael Gaydos
Publisher: Marvel Comics (January 19, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 144
ePub: 1486 kb
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Category: Comics
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Powerless (Spider-Man, Wolverine, Daredevil) Paperback – January 19, 2005. Reprinting the six issue mini series Powerless, writers Matt Cherniss and Peter Johnson redefines the Marvel Super Heroes without super powers

Powerless (Spider-Man, Wolverine, Daredevil) Paperback – January 19, 2005. by Matt Chernis (Author), Peter Johnson (Author), Michael Gaydos (Artist) & 0 more. Reprinting the six issue mini series Powerless, writers Matt Cherniss and Peter Johnson redefines the Marvel Super Heroes without super powers. Told through the viewpoint of phchiatrist Mr Watts who observers these three as a Watcher. In the text, you will notice other heroes and villians of the Marvel Universe without costumes nor trappings.

Powerless (Spider-Man, Wolverine, Daredevil) by Matt Chernis, Peter Johnson, Michael Gaydos, January 19, 2005, Marvel Comics . Powerless (Spider-Man, Wolverine, Daredevil).

Powerless (Spider-Man, Wolverine, Daredevil) Powerless (Spider-Man, Wolverine, Daredevil) Close. Are you sure you want to remove Powerless (Spider-Man, Wolverine, Daredevil) from your list? Powerless (Spider-Man, Wolverine, Daredevil). by Matt Chernis, Peter Johnson, Michael Gaydos. Published January 19, 2005 by Marvel Comics.

Peter Johnson/Writer. Michael Gaydos/Penciler. A bald-headed middle-aged man awakes with a gasp in a hospital. Peter Parker was bitten on his arm by a spider

Peter Johnson/Writer. Dave Sharpe/Letterer. He was found on the pavement in front of his home in a coma but there's nothing discernibly wrong with him. The doctor seeing him is . ichards and her husband, also a doctor is also called Richards. Peter Parker was bitten on his arm by a spider. The bite has made his arm wither and effectively die. His aunt has paid for him to see a psychiatrist to deal with his depression from that, the death of his parents and the recent murder of his uncle.

Just because Peter Parker wasn't bitten by a radioactive spider doesn't mean he didn't do battle with a madman named Norman Osborn

Just because Peter Parker wasn't bitten by a radioactive spider doesn't mean he didn't do battle with a madman named Norman Osborn. Matt Murdock? Blinded, yes - but with no heightened senses.

Matt Chernis y Peter Johnson, escriben esta interesante historia que desde las primeras páginas atrapa, llena de muchos guiños al universo Marvel y personajes, que si bien no influyen en la historia, se vuelven agradables de ver. La historia que nos plantea es de un mundo común . . La historia que nos plantea es de un mundo común y corriente, los tres personajes principales, Peter, un practicante de industrias Stark con un brazo atrofiado luego de la picadura de una araña radioactiva, Matt Murdock, un abogado ciego en busca de destapar las ollas podridas de Hell's Kitchen y Logan un amnesico que cree haber matado a un tal Xavier, nunca.

by Peter Johnson, Michael Gaydos, Matt Chernis

by Peter Johnson, Michael Gaydos, Matt Chernis. Matt Cherniss and Peter Johnson figured this one out. It's not the powers of the characters of the Marvel Universe that we have been following for all of these years but actually the characters and the deep story lines on who they become.

Matt Cherniss & Peter Johnson - writers. Michael Gaydos - penciller. Lee Loughridge - colorist. Alex Maleev - cover artist.

Written by Matt Chernis Penciled by Michael Gaydos & Peter Johnson Cover by TONY HARRIS PART 3 (of 6).What If these icons were left powerless? Would their destinies change?

Written by Matt Chernis Penciled by Michael Gaydos & Peter Johnson Cover by TONY HARRIS PART 3 (of 6)?Logan. What If these icons were left powerless? Would their destinies change? Find out in this mind-blowing take from writers Matt Chernis and Peter Johnson and Alias artist Michael Gaydos. In this issue, Matt Murdock's life is about to take a turn for the worse, courtesy of the Kingpin.

Matt Chernis, Peter Johnson. Powerless explores what it means to be a hero in very human terms

Matt Chernis, Peter Johnson. What makes a hero? Is it his actions, or is it the results of those actions? Powerless explores what it means to be a hero in very human terms. By re-imagining Marvel's most popular characters without superhuman powers, this story strips down to the core heroes we have all come to know and love. These characters - including Peter Parker, Matt Murdock and Logan - were fated to be heroes. Just because Peter Parker wasn't bitten by a radioactive spider doesn't mean he didn't do battle with a madman named Norman Osborn.

Powerless is a six-issue comic book limited series published by Marvel Comics which ran from 2004 to 2005. The series was written by Matt Cherniss and Peter Johnson and penciled by artist Michael Gaydos. A psychologist named William Watts wakes up in a hospital after a three day coma. Fresh in his mind is the world of Earth-616, which he experienced while asleep

What makes a hero? Is it his actions, or is it the results of those actions? Powerless explores what it means to be a hero in very human terms. By re-imagining Marvel's most popular characters without superhuman powers, this story strips down to the core heroes we have all come to know and love. These characters - including Peter Parker, Matt Murdock and Logan - were fated to be heroes. Just because Peter Parker wasn't bitten by a radioactive spider doesn't mean he didn't do battle with a madman named Norman Osborn. Matt Murdock? Blinded, yes - but with no heightened senses. However, he did become a legal champion of the poor in Hell's Kitchen, and he did cross paths with Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin. And Logan is, of course, the enigmatic - and amnesiac - drifter on the run from his past.
Comments: (4)
Yndanol
Powerless is a Marvel book that takes the idea of Marvel Heroes of Spiderman, Daredevil and Wolverine to another level.

Reprinting the six issue mini series Powerless, writers Matt Cherniss and Peter Johnson redefines the Marvel Super Heroes without super powers. Told through the viewpoint of phchiatrist Mr Watts who observers these three as a Watcher.

In the text, you will notice other heroes and villians of the Marvel Universe without costumes nor trappings.

An interest piece to read for those adults with a brain to think outside the box

Bennet Pomerantz, AUDIOWORLD
Aver
Is it his actions, or is it the results of his actions. Matt Cherniss and Peter Johnson figured this one out. It's not the powers of the characters of the Marvel Universe that we have been following for all of these years but actually the characters and the deep story lines on who they become. Cherniss and Johnson weave an intricate story on who Peter Parker really is and not some glorified science nerd. Even the words of Uncle Ben still ring in his ears, "With great power, comes great responsibility". Then the duo continues on to Matt Murdock who is only trying to take care of Hell's Kitchen and does what's right in his life. They still show the uphill battle that the blind lawyer must face and protect the innocent. Once again we find Logan trying to figure out his past and who he is, and I think they show the truth strength of the character Wolverine as a man and not some savage beast. With a wonderful ending I would recommend for any fan who enjoys reading up on these characters in the Marvel Universe and wonders themselves is it the characters that they love or the powers that they hold.
Elastic Skunk
When first hearing about this book, I was curious to see how the characters of Peter Parker, Matt Murdock, and Logan were portrayed. I was splendedly surprised at not only the structure of the characters, but also the amazing plot line, eg. Logan's amnesia similar to the Manchurian Candidate.

The story is told from the point of view from a psycologist who has just awoken from a coma. It that state he has had fantastical dreams of the Marvel world. Once awake he meets our heroes as well as other individuals, Dr. Strange, Frank Castle, Tony Stark, Charles Xavier, Mystique, Victor Creed, Eric Lansher, and even Bruce Banner who is held at Rikers Island for intense rage outbursts. Throughout the book the three storylines connect through him.

The story ends with the three heroes triumohing at the end, but at certain prices. The book illustrates very well what it is to be a hero in the real world.

I have always loved these characters, not only for their amazing abilities, or brilliance, or even the terrific storylines, but for the true hero that they were inside, their innermost convictions, and their human character. In reading this book I have seen these characters be heroes in a very real sense, and I feel that others will, as I have, be able to apreciate their characters even more.
OCARO
I've always contended that it is the heart and not the superpowers that makes a hero. This belief is the core of Powerless. Each of the characters keeps his innate being and ultimately triumphs, though at varying costs. Classic scenes from Marvel history, like Normon Osborne trying to kill Gwen Stacy, happen in this powerless universe, but with breathtaking results. You will believe our world can have heroes after reading this.