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Author: Stanley Artgem Lau,J.T. Krul
ISBN13: 978-1401237158
Title: Captain Atom Vol. 1: Evolution (The New 52)
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Language: English
Category: Graphic Novels
Publisher: DC Comics; First Edition edition (December 4, 2012)
Pages: 144

Captain Atom Vol. 1: Evolution (The New 52) by Stanley Artgem Lau,J.T. Krul

Krul is an American comic book writer, best known for his DC Comics and Aspen MLT's Fathom comic series. Krul's first comic work was at Marvel Comics,writing X-men Unlimited. He has since made quite a name for himself in the comic industry, writing the majority of books at Aspen MLT including Fathom. His recent projects include Joker's Asylum: Poison Ivy one-shot, BLACKEST NIGHT: TITANS, TITANS, JUSTICE LEAGUE: RISE AND FALL, GREEN ARROW and TEEN TITANS for DC Comics. 10 people found this helpful.

Captain atom vol. 1: evolution. Cover by: Stanley "Artgerm" Lau. Written by: .

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Captain Atom, Vol. 1 book. The New 52 promised a streamlined DC Universe and also a more diverse DC Universe with series not only focusing on the big hitters like Wonder Woman, Batman, and Superman, but also smaller characters like Frankenstein, Voodoo, and Captain Atom. Captain Atom demonstrates the pros and cons of giving smaller character series.

As a part of DC Comics - The New 52 event of September 2011, comes Captain Atom in his own solo series! Charged by nuclear energy, possessing vast molecular powers, Captain Atom has the potential to be a literal god among men - a hero without limits.

Krul and Freddie Williams II, published by DC Comics.

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Featured Characters: Captain Atom. Supporting Characters: Doctor Megala. Ranita Carter (First appearance). Antagonists: Other Characters: Pandora (Cameo). Locations: United States of America. Indian Point Energy Center. Items: Vehicles: In an alley in San Francisco, a small mouse hunts for food. It crawls up to a sleeping homeless man and steals a piece of his food.

Captain Atom Written by . Art by FREDDIE WILLIAMS II. Cover by STANLEY ARTGERM LAU. On Sale October 19, 2011. Losing control of his powers, unable to stop the sensory overload in his mind, Captain Atom wants nothing more than to find a quiet place to regroup. i really enjoy the new cap atom he never was one of my favs but the series really starts to become my new fav of the new 5. tw this is one of the best covers ive ever seen im really loving it. Reply. MisterZeis Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2011 Digital Artist.

Captain Atom Evolution of the Species Writer: . I know, it sounds like I read a Firestorm comic book, but no, the cover clearly states this is the first issue of Captain Atom. Krul has also opted to bring back Dr. Megala, the wheelchair-bound scientist I believe was responsible the experiment in which the captain’s developed powers in his previous incarnation.

As a part of DC Comics - The New 52 event of September 2011, comes Captain Atom in his own solo series!

Charged by nuclear energy, possessing vast molecular powers, Captain Atom has the potential to be a literal god among men - a hero without limits. He is taking his powers to new heights - saving people all across the world in the blink of an eye. But as he uses his abilities more and more, Captain Atom realizes that he may be losing control of his powers, becoming a more dangerous foe to the planet than anything he's ever faced! Don't miss start of a legend from writer J.T. Krul (GREEN ARROW, TEEN TITANS) and artist Freddie Williams II (JSA ALL-STARS)!

Reviews: 7
This volume collects Captain Atom issues 1-6.

Airforce pilot volunteer/guinea pig, Captain Nathaniel Adam, has become the God-like super being, Captain Atom. As part of the crippled Dr. Megala's project, Captain Atom is now a living WMD, a chance to do miracles with his power set, and a scared conflicted human being stuck with these dilemmas. Captain Atom has the ability to absorb and redirect energy, rearrange atoms at the atomic level, and draw fear and hatred from other scientists and the military. Captain Atom must also deal with disasters emerging that may have arisen from the use of his own powers.

This is quite a different superhero book. J. T. Krul weaves a tale with less physical blows and more philosophical brain teasers. He takes a man of good moral character and gives him remarkable abilities and then spotlights the internal struggle within.

Even those chasing after him are not without justification. Dr. Alexander and General Eiling (a bad guy in the old DCU) are after Captain Atom for the threat he could be, and some events that happen over the course of this book make the reader wonder if they are right.

This is also a look at Nathaniel's want to use his powers for good, but what is too far. A young boy cries out to him to fix his brain tumor and without the scientific knowledge Captain Atom does. Is this right to do so? The book also examines how Nathaniel wishes he still was human. Dr. Carter works with Dr. Megala to help Nathaniel and it is obvious they have feelings for each other. But the powers have a way of making such a relationship impossible. There is a great chapter with a cameo by the Flash that shows that even other superhumans find him scary. Captain Atom truly is alone.

The art is beautiful. Freddie Williams II has a simple but complex vibrant style that shines page to page. Williams II and colorist, Jose Villarrubia, do an excellent job of making Captain Atom and the use of his powers pop off the page and are in contrast to the mundane world around him. The covers by Stanley "Artgerm" Lau are awesome as well.

Very engaging book written very well with gorgeous art. Some may find this boring as it lacks in the slugfest department, but it still has an engaging story and cast of characters and their dilemmas over the almighty powerful Captain Atom. Sad that the series was cancelled but I will get the next collection, for the finale, due in August next year:Captain Atom Vol. 2: Genesis (The New 52)
This book is more of a thought provoking piece and builder-upper than anything. It's a good read, and explains why such a powerful character isn't as present within the larger picture of the Justice League and those alike. Well worth the purchase, and I am happy to say this is yet another series I will begin reading as it continues into "The Fall and Rise of Captain Atom" in DC Rebirth.
Captain Atom's reconciliation of his duty to humanity that he possesses because of his innate sense of right and wrong with a desire to be accepted by humanity as one of their own is displayed well in this first volume. Also, Captain Atom's bioluminescence is illustrated dazzlingly by Williams II. Captain Atom's glow, in bright contrast to the muted colors of mundane humanity around him, nails down the fact of Captain Atom's otherness.
Captain atom is clearly the toughest super hero out there,he even puts superman to shame! I liked this graphic novel because it was purely original. Essentially, you are dealing with a hero who's only limits are the one's he puts on himself. He has no weaknesses and is just plain cool. We've all read about super heroes with obvious limits, but you are in for a surprise in this book.
I was skeptical when they relaunched the DC franchises but for now I have been pleasantly surprised and i recommend anyone who likes overpowered heroes, who have to deal hard maintaining humanity or just a fan of good comics to pick this one up, you wont be disappointed.
A very good series that attempts to show a "realistic" portrayal of what happens when an ordinary man becomes superhuman. I enjoyed it very much.
Torn between 2 & 3 stars. The idea | concept | story is remarkable but the artwork is aweful!!
Great product.