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Iron Man: Extremis (Graphic Novel Pb) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Warren Ellis , Adi Granov
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  • Taschenbuch: 160 Seiten
  • Verlag: Marvel; Auflage: Direct Ed (14. Februar 2007)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0785122583
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785122586
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: Ab 13 Jahren
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 2,5 x 2,5 x 2,5 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 556.084 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)



It's the beginning of a new era for Iron Man as renowned scribe Warren Ellis joins forces with artist Adi Granov to redefine the armored Avenger's world for the 21st century - a landscape of terrifying new technologies that threaten to overwhelm fragile mankind! What is Extremis, who has unleashed it, and what does its emergence portend for the world? This title collects "Iron Man", numbered 1-6.

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3.0 von 5 Sternen Ellis hier mal im Mittelmaß 20. Juni 2009
Schon das 5. Volume von Iron Man, diesmal mit Meister Warren Ellis, der momentan bei Marvel ja schon geradezu inflatiös zum Einsatz kommt (Thunderbolts, Nextwave, X-Men usw.).
Nun also sein Beitrag zum rotgoldenen Ritter, bei dem auch gleich ein hervorragend geeigneter Zeichner gezogen wurde. Granovs Zeichungen treffen mit der klaren Linienführung und der fast schon kalten, technischen Kolorierung nicht nur meinen Geschmack, sondern den Nerv der Serie.

Geschickt baut Ellis durch Nebenfiguren und Rückblenden die Entstehungsgeschichte von Iron Man (Yinsen) und Tonys Charakterentwicklung (Alkoholismus, Waffenentwicklung) ein, um den Neulesern Futter zu geben.

Durch eine alte Freundin bekommt mit, daß die Erfindung namens Extremis, ähnlich dem Superheldenserum, nur mächtiger, entwendet wurde.
Und Tony bekommt beim Schlagaustausch auch in Ellismanier gut eine auf die Mütze. So sehr, daß er beschließt, sich das Zeug auch gleich spritzen zu lassen, um sich mit der Panzerung seiner Rüstung zu verbinden. Ein Rätsel, wie dies in so kurzer Zeit so trefflich gelingen konnte.

Bis auf einige Splatterelemente und Hightechspielzeugen ist wenig von Ellis zu spüren. Waran liegt's? Ideenmangel, oder wurde Ellis für die Serie mit Maulkorb belegt? Ich jedenfalls hatte mehr erwartet.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent for Long Time Fans As Well As Iron Man Newbies 29. August 2006
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Warren Ellis' Extremis storyline is a great Iron Man story that works equally well for people who have never read an Iron Man story before and for people who know every detail of the armored Avenger's story. Cleverly drawing parallels between the origins of Iron Man and the story, Ellis is able to convey a great story that will resonate with everyone.

Tony Stark, the man who fills the iron armor, has hit a bit of a rough patch. The public is beginning to turn on Stark Industries due to accusations that Stark is nothing more than an arms dealer. Stark is becoming disillusioned with Iron Man, and he can barely look himself in the mirror anymore. Meanwhile, Maya Hansen, an expert biologist with ties to Stark's past, is horrified to learn that one of her colleagues stole a top secret weapon, sold it to someone, then committed suicide. The weapon is codenamed "Extremis", and it is a form of super-soldier serum, updated for the 20th century. It turns its subject into a nearly indestructable living weapon. When a white supremicist who feels that the government let his family down when he was a child gets injected with Extremis, Maya is forced to call Tony and ask him for help. She doesn't know that Stark is Iron Man; she wants his expertise but she readily accepts when he says that he can contact Iron Man for help. The Extremis-infused terrorist proves a worthy challenge, and Stark realizes that times have changed since he became Iron Man, and his plan of attack must reflect that.

In addition to the great story, Adi Granov's art is fantastic. With maybe the exception of one panel (the scared look on some people's faces is laughable), all of the art is both beautiful and expressive.

As I said at the beginning of the review, this is a story that anyone can pick up and enjoy. For long time fans, the flashbacks will be an interesting way to compare the past and present, and they will educate newcomers on Iron Man's origins.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The best Iron Man story in years 26. April 2007
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After Brian Michael Bendis disassembled the Avengers, a few titles got new starts. There was Bendis' New Avengers, along with Ed Brubaker's relaunch of Captain America, and Warren Ellis' eagerly awaited (and frequently delayed) relaunch of Iron Man. Attempting to break away from any sort of continuity, Ellis (Planetary, Orbiter, Ultimate Galactus) makes a new start for Tony Stark, as the multi-billionaire embarks on a desire to break away from the mistakes he's made in his personal life as well as his business. Things take a downward slide however when a synthetic and powerful concoction called Extremis falls into the hands of a violent and vengeful criminal, leading to a shocker of a showdown. Like he has so many times before with science fiction stories, Ellis takes what would otherwise be unbelievable and makes it believable, thanks to his vast knowledge and research. This is made all the better by the CGI-esque art of Adi Granov; giving Iron Man the best look he's had, well, maybe ever. This ended up being Ellis' only storyarc on the relaunch of Iron Man, which is disappointing, but Extremis is a masterwork regardless, and is undoubtedly the best Iron Man story in years.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Breathtaking 13. September 2006
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Ever since I started reading comics, Iron Man has been my favorite Marvel character. Unfortunately, since the 1980s, good Iron Man stories have been few and far between. Joe Quesada's Iron Man: The Mask in the Iron Man tale was the last Iron Man storyline that I really enjoyed, and that one is already 5 years gone.

Enter Warren Ellis, Adi Granov, and Extremis - the volume you're checking out right now. Extremis is the best Iron Man story to come along in ages. Essentially, this story is what a big budget Iron Man movie starring Tom Cruise would look like. It's absolutely breathtaking.

Warren Ellis, whose work on Stormwatch, the Authority, and Planetary I credit with changing the way I look at comic books, delivers the perfect Iron Man story. Marvel continuity has not been kind to Iron Man, so Ellis takes this opportunity to reintroduce the character and start almost from scratch. We're introduced to a Tony Stark who is haunted by the harm his military inventions have caused and is trying to make amends in the only way he knows how - by donning the Iron Man suit. There's a nice recap of his origin, adapted slightly to modernize the character, an interesting look at Tony's fellow "mad scientists", and confrontation with an extremely powerful villain who forces Tony to make a drastic decision. I won't give it away here, but it should have major implications for the character going forward. Ellis is firing on all cylinders here. The plot, characters, dialogue, and pacing are all flawless. This is what the Ultimate Iron Man, Vol. 1 story should have been.

Adi Granov's painted artwork is nothing short of phenomenal. It is stylized while at the same time extremely realistic. He captures an incredible amount of emotion on each character's face, and his action scenes almost (but not quite) match Bryan Hitch's for sheer cinematic quality. And if he didn't intentionally use Tom Cruise as the model for Tony Stark, the coincidence is just too eerie. Granov's painted work is the perfect complement to Ellis's story, and helps make Extremis that much more effective.

The end result is a near perfect Iron Man story, and one that should rank alongside Iron Man: Armor Wars and Iron Man: Demon in a Bottle (Marvel Premiere Classic) as one of the best Iron Man tales ever. I highly recommend this volume, especially in Marvel's high quality hardcover format, which is perfect for a story of this caliber.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An Amazing Introduction to Iron Man 11. August 2006
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As someone only slightly familiar with the Iron Man/Tony Stark character and not steeped in his history, this book was a fantastic way to start reading about him. Ellis gives a modern update to a character based in technology while also going back to show newcomers the character's origin. Iron Man has a new status quo by the end of the story, and we get a better look at a man with different motivation than most other comic book superheroes.

Adi Granov provides gorgeous art that's the closest thing to cinematic visuals until his character design hits theaters in the Iron Man film. A must-buy for those looking to try out the character or fans wanting to see him retooled for the 21st century.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Super-powered Tony Stark? OK, let's see where this goes... 24. Dezember 2011
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Title: Iron Man: Extremis
Publisher: Marvel
Writer: Warren Ellis
Artist: Adi Granov (entirely computer-generated artwork)
Collects: Iron Man #1-6
Price: $14.99

For those who may not be aware, this is the book that heavily influenced the Iron Man movie. This book re-vamped the Iron Man character, giving Tony Stark a new origin, new super-powers, and a new-and-improved look to the Iron Man armor. The art is absolutely beautiful and the story is pretty good, too. I guess Marvel wanted to update the character so Tony would not have to be getting too old in comic book history. Now, instead of receiving his injuries and creating the suit in a Vietnam War-era incident, the story tells of him getting injured in a more recent, Middle-East incident. The iron Man armor you see in this book is near-identical to the suit you see in the movie.

While I don't really approve of ANY ret-conning of comic book characters or history, that doesn't mean I didn't like this story. Fans of Warren Ellis will already know of his affinity for science-laden tales. He is a science fiction and science fact aficionado, and as he tells this story, he attempts to provide as much hard science basis for Tony Stark's amazing suit of modern-day armor. The new nemesis of the story is a guy who willingly subjects himself to a transforming nanotech virus (the Extremis Virus) that changes him into a super-strong, invulnerable, fire-breathing madman. After he nearly kills Tony in their first encounter, Tony decides that the best way to combat the guy is not to design a new upgrade to the armor but to upgrade himself. He persuades the designer of the Extremis virus (another genius, beautiful, egghead gal he knew in college) to allow him to tinker with it and inject himself with it. Though this goes against her better judgment, she allows it. After the transformation, Tony now has his own built-in superpowers. Rather than re-configuring his body as a weapon, the modified virus re-configures Tony's body to perfectly interact with the Iron Man armor. Tony now internalizes the metal pieces that make up the thin under suit he wear beneath the armor. He can directly communicate with the armor (and any broadcasting device) at the speed of thought. There are a few other changes, too, but you get the idea. It's a whole new Iron Man commin' at ya!

Lots of big, lasting changes for the character are presented in this book, so for fans of the old shell head, this book is a must-read. For fans of Warren Ellis' other works, this book is also probably a must-read. Really, most any Marvel fans will enjoy the book, and most any comic fan anywhere will appreciate the stellar artwork. Purists may despise the ret-con and refuse to accept it, but it's here to stay whether they accept it or not. I hope that doesn't get in the way of some people enjoying it. Check this book out - if you haven't already - and take a new look at one of Marvel's most popular and longest-running characters.

Writing: 7/10
Artwork: 10/10
Cool Factor: 8/10
Overall: 8.3/10
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