Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Battlefield, Vol. 1

Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Battlefield, Vol. 1

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Title:Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Battlefield, Vol. 1
Author:Hank Chapman
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:0785150102
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:336 pages pages

Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Battlefield, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Monica
    Jan 05, 2013

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Brent
    Aug 09, 2015

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Billy Candelaria
    Mar 27, 2018

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • William
    Jan 02, 2014

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Steve Torres-roman
    Mar 25, 2017

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Joshlynn
    Jun 21, 2012

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Rich Meyer
    Apr 16, 2014

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

  • MB Taylor
    Oct 13, 2012

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Larry
    Apr 17, 2014

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Bill FromPA
    Oct 13, 2014

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Douglas Koehne
    Feb 27, 2014

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Brook
    Jul 14, 2013

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Scott
    Feb 02, 2017

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

  • Samuel
    Jan 25, 2017

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Dan Mauric
    Aug 01, 2016

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Charlotte
    May 31, 2013

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Brad
    Oct 11, 2016

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Wordwizard
    Feb 09, 2017

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Darren
    Nov 28, 2012

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Wikimedia Italia
    Dec 31, 2012

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Michael Hoskin
    Feb 25, 2013

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Frédéric
    Nov 19, 2018

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

  • Matthew Mcguinness
    Aug 10, 2016

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Timothy Boyd
    Oct 24, 2018

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

  • Steven
    Sep 03, 2017

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • James Plunkett
    May 30, 2014

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • John O'Brien
    Jul 18, 2014

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Elena Datsun
    May 19, 2015

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Lane
    Oct 12, 2015

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Art
    Apr 28, 2018

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Jason
    Jan 01, 2017

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Igrowastreesgrow
    Jun 20, 2018

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Milena
    Jun 15, 2016

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Joel
    Jul 10, 2017

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Firestorm
    Jan 25, 2017

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Diogo Amarildo Conceição
    May 03, 2018

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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  • Animelove24 Brown
    Nov 21, 2017

    Back when Marvel was called Atlas... A decent but not amazing collection of war stories- mostly centered on the Korean War raging on at the time- very similar to titles like EC's Two-Fisted Tales or Frontline Combat. Only not as good. Chapman, Rico et al. are not Harvey Kurtzman...

    Before there was the superhero world of Marvel Comics the company was called (among other things) Atlas Comics. Not to much in the way of publishing superheroes but they had some good solid War and horror comics. Nice read that takes you back to another era of comics. Recommended ...

    An excellent volume in the Marvel Masterworks series! This one features some very well-written and poignant war stories, very akin to the EC Comics tales of the day and the later masterpieces of Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert. You've got a Who's Who of fifties' artists here, too: J...

    Read alongside Arundhati Roy's Capitalism: a Ghost Story and Chris Hedges's Wages of Rebellion, it shows we weren't fighting for the reasons alleged in these pages. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling is often similar to the horror comics Marvel/Atlas was producing at the ti...

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