Updated on 16 October, 2021
It's so nice to have a super hero comic available right now. I can't say I've been super hero material lately, but Atla Comics has introduced some really great stuff recently. It s nice to know that there is still some of the classic super hero titles available. I'm also a fan of Spiderman, Superman, Batman, and several others. It s nice to mix it up a little bit and try something new. If you haven't picked up a copy of any of the above comics, you should definitely get some now.
One of my favorite super hero comic that Atla Comics has drawn to is the famous Death of Superman. It s pretty popular with those who are familiar with super hero, as well as those who like them in alternate world settings. They already released some more focused articles, digressions, and reviews on a couple of online sites concerning what many disliked about individual Atla comics.
This super hero series was created by Gene Yang and Steve Dearden. It has pretty extensive character arcs. The first series, called part 1, ended with the Death of Superman. There have been pretty extensive character arcs since then.
The second volume of this epic comic book series will be called part 3. This time around we are following the adventures of the newest superhero: Supergirl. There are some pretty standout guest stars this time around such as John Stewart and Rachael Leigh Cook. The main conflict of this book is a conflict between Superman and the villain, Parasite.
This new storyline is pretty action packed and filled with a lot of drama. You'll get to see the characters from both sides of the aisle dealing with each other. The supporting cast also gets a lot of time on the spotlight as well. Supporting characters such as Kara Thrace and Cat Grant have been given much more focus this time around. There is also more of an emphasis on the futuristic science fiction aspects of the story.
Last Airbender: Earth's Edge is the third part in the Avatar the last Airbender series. The first volume of Avatar the last Airbender comic book series focused mainly on the beginning of the Avatar phenomenon. This new volume focuses mostly on the end of the book. The story focuses on how the Avatar was destroyed, who replaced it, and why has it been restarted. This new content follows the main plot and turns it into a more serious drama.
The main protagonist in the comics is Aang. The avatar was actually a boy that was left behind by the other heroes during the battle. Aang made his way across the earth with the help of his new bending abilities. He met the two bending twins, Katara and Sokka. Together they searched for their friends and came across a mysterious place where they found a giant hole inside called the Avatar Cave.
This is where Atla Comics takes place. After finding the cave, Aang went inside and found himself locked in a large cage with a nasty looking fire demon. After battling the demon, Aang was saved by Zuko. Zuko then explained that the fire elementals have been locked in the cage and are controlled by a single entity, which she revealed to be Ozai, the Fire Nation Emperor. The story ends here after Zuko tells Aang that he can defeat Ozai, but he has to do it alone as he and his friends won't be able to fight with so much power.
I really enjoyed the Atla Comics version of Zuko and Aang. From start to finish Zuko and Aang draw toph with precision and this is evident when you look at the pencils and pens. Zuko usually draws toph with black ink on white backgrounds. When you look at the pencils and pens on this panel you will notice that it looks like he has a couple of colored in highlights. The detail that Zuko draws is superb.
In the first act, we see that Aang is trying to train himself to use the bending techniques. In the second act, we also see Aang attempting to get into the Spirit World. As you read through the comics you begin to notice some of the more prominent characteristics of the Avatar characters. For example, Aang tries to go into the Spirit World to learn bending and when he gets stuck in a white blizzard, he manages to break free by leaping out of the snow towards the bright blue world. I really like these particular details.
In the first act we see that Aang is not as brawny as zuko but he is still quite capable. After he finds himself trapped under a pile of snow, he manages to bend the metal roof with his metal palms. In the third act, we learn that Aang's father was the Fire Nation prince. This is significant because Avatar the first act focuses on the conflict between the Avatar and the Fire Nation. In the second and third acts we see that there are hints that the story is taking place in the Earth Kingdom.