Superman / Doomsday: Cazador / Presa

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  • Title: Superman / Doomsday: Cazador / Presa
  • Author: Dan Jurgens Jesús Gil Holguín
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Paperback
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  • Dan Jurgens Jesús Gil Holguín

    Dan Jurgens is an American comic book writer and artist He is best known for creating the superhero Booster Gold, and for his lengthy runs on the Superman titles Adventures of Superman and Superman vol 2 , particularly during The Death of Superman storyline Other series he has been associated with include The Sensational Spider Man Vol 1 , Thor vol 2 , Captain America vol 3 , Justice League America, Metal Men, Teen Titans vol 2 , Zero Hour, Tomb Raider The Series, Aquaman vol 3 , and the creator of DC Comics imprint Tangent.Jurgens first professional comic work was for DC Comics on Warlord 63 He was hired due to a recommendation of Warlord series creator Mike Grell who was deeply impressed by Jurgens work after being shown his private portfolio at a convention In 1984, Jurgens was the artist for the Sun Devils limited series July 1984 June 1985 , with writers Gerry Conway and Roy Thomas Jurgens would make his debut as a comic book writer with Sun Devils he began scripting from Conway s plots with 8 and fully took over the writing duties on the title with 10 In 1985, Jurgens created the character Booster Gold, who became a member of the Justice League His first work on Superman was as penciller for Adventures of Superman Annual 1 1987 In 1989, Jurgens began working full time on the character when he took over the writing pencilling of the monthly Adventures of Superman.Dan Jurgens was the penciller of the 1990 1991 limited series Armageddon 2001 and co created the hero Waverider with Archie Goodwin In 1991 Jurgens assumed the writing pencilling of the main Superman comic book, where he created a supporting hero named Agent Liberty During his run on Superman, Dan created two major villains, Doomsday and the Cyborg Doomsday was the main antagonist in the Death of Superman storyline Jurgens wrote and drew Justice League America for about one year and in 1993 pencilled the Metal Men four issue miniseries, which was a retcon of their origin story Jurgens wrote and pencilled the 1994 comic book miniseries and crossover Zero Hour He wrote and penciled layouts with finished art by Brett Breeding to the Superman Doomsday Hunter Prey miniseries, which was a follow up to the successful Death of Superman storyline In 1995 Jurgens and Italian artist Claudio Castellini worked on the highly publicized crossover Marvel vs DC In the same year, he gave up the pencilling duties on Superman.Jurgens scripted and provided layout art for the Superman vs Aliens miniseries The story was about a battle between Superman and the aliens created by H R Giger a.k.a the Xenomorphs , from the Alien film series It was co published by Dark Horse Comics and DC Comics in 1995.In January 1996, Jurgens was writer and penciller of the new Spider Man series, The Sensational Spider Man Vol 1 , at Marvel Comics The title was initially conceived to be the flagship showcase for the new Ben Reilly Spider Man it replaced the Web of Spider Man series The initial seven issues 0 6, January July 1996 were written and pencilled by Jurgens Jurgens pushed strongly for the restoration of Peter Parker as the true Spider Man and plans were made to enact this soon, but Bob Harras, the new Editor in chief, demanded the story be deferred until after the Onslaught crossover Jurgens had by this stage become disillusioned with the immense amount of group planning and constant changes of ideas and directions and took this as the last straw, resigning from the title In a past interview several years after his Spider Man run, Jurgens stated that he would like to have another chance on the character, since his run was with the Ben Reilly character during the Spider Man Clone Saga, and not Peter Parker Jurgens had also written and pencilled Teen Titans vol 2 for its entire two year, 24 issue run New Teen Titans co creator George P rez came on board on this incarnation of the Titans as inker for the se


  • Superman vs. Doomsday: ROUND TWO!!!FEAR TO THE MONSTER IN THE DARKNESSEverybody was a kid and even Superman wasn't different. It was quite insightful to watch how a very young Clark (Seven years old, maybe even some younger) and he is affraid to step down to the basement. He can't see any monster, but in some deep place of his mind, he is convinced that there must be some monster there, hidden, in the darkness of the scary basement. He is a very young kid, you can't blame him to be afraid for st [...]

  • A year or so after Doomsday kills Superman, Superman starts to have nightmares about his greatest foe, realizing he needs to track him down and eliminate him forever. This is an odd position for Earth's Greatest Hero to take, since he usually is not one for vengeance. The story, like many of Jurgens's "event" books, is very thin. It is too fast-paced, features too many villains, and has Waverider fulfilling the role of the deus ex machina (almost identical to what Jurgens did with Zero Hour, str [...]

  • I think I have read this at least thirty times, begining at the age of 12 and just most recently a few months back. I am probably one of Dan Jurgens biggest fans, especially his work with Superman, seeing as I own every single Superman comic book published between 1986-2002. Doomsday was always one of my favorite villains, simply because he was new, original, and pure unadulterated rage. There were a few moments in this story where things got a bit over the top, but it's a comic book world, and [...]

  • Superman has a dream about Doomsday and decides to go into space to find him. Coincidentally, the asteroid Doomsday is strapped to has been found by a spaceship headed to Apokolips and Doomsday gets free. Doomsday and Cyborg Superman beat up Darkseid and Superman shows up to save the day. We find out Doomsday's origin story. Doomsday get transported off Apokolips and Superman recruits Waverider to help him take out Doomsday. There they get rid of Doomsday what should have been permanently.

  • The rematch of Superman vs. Doomsday. The rematch of Superman vs. Cyborg Superman. Wait, it's Superman vs. Doomsday AND Cyborg Superman. Doomsday and Cyborg Superman have come to Apokolips and defeated Darkseid. Now it's up to Superman to defeat them both but with Doomsday having already evolved beyond Superman's abilities, how is the Man of Steel supposed to win? Read the book and find out.

  • En su momento me encantó, me fascinó, me deslumbró, me anonadadó, me sentó de culo, me levantó y me volvió a sentar. Seguro que una relectura actual me haría bajarle una estrellita al menos. Pero respetando al púber fascinado que se gastó sus buenos 7 peso-dólares en este tomo de horrible papel y letreado, le dejo 5 hasta nuevo aviso. Si lo releo, seguro lo rerreseño y blablablá.

  • Eh. It was alright. The Death Of Superman was such a huge, iconic story that I think it was a mistake to try to do it again on a lesser scale. Plus, Doomsday is just destruction. He's not really a character. I don't know. I don't think they should have brought him back.

  • A lot of senseless fighting (much like the Death of Superman arc). It's only saved at all by an interesting origin story for Doomsday.

  • Edición mexicana que recopila los tres capítulos de Hunter/Prey en un solo libro. La portada que figura acá es en realidad la contraportada [corroborar].

  • There was no need to provide a background to Doomsday. And this one fails as it lessens the mystery and cheapens him as a character. Unnecessary book.

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