Generation Zero A os atr s los chicos del grupo conocido como Generaci n Cero fueron secuestrados por el Proyecto Esp ritu Renacido un contratista de armas privado y criados para convertirse en soldados ps quicos

  • Title: Generation Zero 1
  • Author: Fred Van Lente
  • ISBN: 8417036105
  • Page: 441
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  • A os atr s, los chicos del grupo conocido como Generaci n Cero fueron secuestrados por el Proyecto Esp ritu Renacido, un contratista de armas privado, y criados para convertirse en soldados ps quicos Despu s de a os siguiendo rdenes, y tras una tremenda lucha, han conseguido su libertad Ahora, los adolescentes m s buscados del mundo han prometido protegerse los unos a los otros con u as y dientes, y a la vez usar sus extraordinarias habilidades para solucionar los problemas de una generaci n sin futuro Para luchar por otros j venes como ellos.

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    885 thoughts on “Generation Zero 1”

    1. Seamos sinceros, lo compre por el precio, pocas grapas hay hoy en día por 1 euro, es entretenido, pero le falta consistencia a la historia, me ha servido para quitarme la duda de si seguir la historia o no, y definitivamente es no.

    2. El comics es interesante, buen dibujo pero la historia es un poquito lenta, com mucho intro y flashback claramente il tipo de comics y la historia puede gustar o no. pero prefiero ser honesto.

    3. Me llegó en pocos dias, y además resulta ser muy interesante la historia, el papel es más duro que lo común eso lo hace mas resistente.

    4. “Generation Zero” is something of a spinoff from Valiant’s “Harbinger” lines and there are some interesting concepts here. Fred Van Lente crafts an interesting premise with a town in Michigan where things are a little too perfect. This sets off warning bells for Keisha Sherman after her boyfriend dies under mysterious circumstances, leading on her to call on Generation Zero, a team of superpowered young people. These are some solid comics even if the plot takes a while to unwind and, a [...]

    5. I read this in singles on Kindle. It was a bit of a hard sell there and frankly I wished I had just waited on the value trade here that I didn't know would show up.The idea itself is pretty sound for comics. Super powered kids with mind powers deal with high school problems while fighting monsters or aliens. It's a pretty time tested formula. The execution leaves a lot to be desired. Basically, nothing happens. It's all terribly decompressed and the good ideas that are there aren't really explor [...]

    6. Generation Zero Volume 1 could have gone horribly wrong: mutant-like teens, shadowy illuminati villains, and yet another attempt to cash in on the YA market that is so hot right now. But the author/artists neatly sidestep the expected to craft a story that is wholly unique, artwork crisp and hip, and with a very diverse set of characters with very obvious flaws. Certainly, throughout the story I had no idea where I was going but was enjoying the ride all the same. But I also have to admit that t [...]

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