Heroic Age: Prince of Power #1

    Heroic Age: Prince of Power » Heroic Age: Prince of Power #1 - Blasphemy Can Be Fun released by Marvel on July 1, 2010.

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    THE HEROIC AGE IS HERE The Lion of Olympus has fallen. And as the Heroic Age dawns, the Golden Mace of Hercules passes to a new Prince of Power...who just happens to be Herc's best friend, Korean-American kid genius, Amadeus Cho. But when Amadeus finally reveals what he plans to do with his new power, the heavens themselves may shatter as Marvel's mightiest pantheons are shaken to the core! And wait a minute...what's THOR doing on the cover of this book? Fan fave writers Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente and beloved "Thorcules" artist Reilly Brown bring the thunder with the next essential chapter in the mind-blowing, heart-wrenching, and gut-busting epic that is the "INCREDIBLE HERCULES" experience!


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    So you missed out on Incredible Herc? Give this a try... 0

    Incredible Hercules was my favorite Marvel book.  Why it wasn't a consistently top ten selling book I will never understand.  It was hilarious, action packed, and always had a much deeper story running from the first issue than you see upon first glance.  The book was just pure unadulterated fun.    Incredible Herc goes on the list with a long line of great books allot of folks never bothered to read for one reason or another.  During the final arc of the book, Assualt on New Olympus, we were le...

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    To defy the gods! 0

    Prince of Power #1 of 4 Thank you Marvel for letting Greg Pak continue bringing us readers one of the most epic stories that nobody is reading.   Pak has continued to be nothing less than awesome with his treatment of the Incredible Hercules and the current Prince of Power, Amadeus Cho. We had the opportunity to watch this friendship/partnership thrive for 2 years as Amadeus Cho learned how to be a hero from one of the greats.   With his friend fallen and new seat at the head of the group I wa...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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