Silver Surfer, Vol. 1: New Dawn

Dan Slott Mike Allred

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Silver Surfer, Vol. 1: New Dawn

Silver Surfer, Vol. 1: New Dawn By Dan Slott Mike Allred Silver Surfer Vol New Dawn The universe is big Bigger than you could ever imagine And the Silver Surfer lone sentinel of the skyways is about to discover that the best way to see it with someone else Meet Dawn Greenwood the

  • Title: Silver Surfer, Vol. 1: New Dawn
  • Author: Dan Slott Mike Allred
  • ISBN: 9780785188780
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Paperback
  • Silver Surfer, Vol. 1: New Dawn By Dan Slott Mike Allred The universe is big Bigger than you could ever imagine And the Silver Surfer, lone sentinel of the skyways, is about to discover that the best way to see it with someone else Meet Dawn Greenwood, the Earth girl who s challenged the Surfer to go beyond the boundaries of the known universe into the strange, the new, and the utterly fantastic Who is the Never QueenThe universe is big Bigger than you could ever imagine And the Silver Surfer, lone sentinel of the skyways, is about to discover that the best way to see it with someone else Meet Dawn Greenwood, the Earth girl who s challenged the Surfer to go beyond the boundaries of the known universe into the strange, the new, and the utterly fantastic Who is the Never Queen How is the universe s future tied into her very existence And why is she trying to destroy the Surfer And when the Surfer tries to return Dawn home, he gets swept into a strange battle against Shuma Gorath alongside Dr Strange, the Hulk and The problem is, to stop Shuma Gorath, Dawn will have to pay the pricewith her lifeLLECTING SILVER SURFER 1 5, ALL NEW MARVEL NOW POINT ONE
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    1. Dan Schwent on said:

      The Silver Surfer, sentinel of the spaceways, finds the Impericon, the city where anything is possible Why does the Never Queen want it destroyed And what does an Earth girl named Dawn Greenwood have to do with anything Confession time The Silver Surfer is one of those characters that I was always semi interested in but never quite understood when I was a lad When I saw Dan Slott, the man who made Spider Man interesting again, was helming it with Mike Allred, creator of Madman doing the art, I j [...]

    2. Jeff on said:

      The Silver Surfer has always been an angsty kind of guy guilt ridden It comes from once being the herald of Galactus, Devourer of Worlds it s printed on his business cards Hey everybody on this planet, I m here to tell you that you re all doomed Some big purply guy with a purple antlered helmet is going to eat your planet, so if you lost your car keys or didn t pay your mortgage last month, no worries Gotta go, bye Early issues of the Silver Surfer were giant sized comics depicting the Surfer po [...]

    3. Anne on said:

      5 stars for Allred s art, 1 star for Slott s stupid ass story.I should probably mention that I am all alone hating this story Every single one of my friends loved it Loved it So, chances are, you will love it, as well.But, to me, this story had such simplistic dorky dialogue that I was gritting my teeth the entire time I was reading it It read like a little kid s book Wish on a star, and everything will be ok Follow your heart to unlock your dreams Be a moronically naive girl, and solve world en [...]

    4. Sesana on said:

      This was not at the top of my Marvel Now reading list Silver Surfer also seemed kind of serious and even dour to me I get enough angst from Marvel s Merry Marching Mutants, thanks But the cover just looked so darn cool Allred for the win and the reviews made it sound anything but depressing.And no, it most certainly is not depressing, in any way It mixes light hearted scenes with serious action, in a way that s tonally similar to the less than serious, less than comedic episodes of Doctor Who T [...]

    5. Cheese on said:

      This is brilliant There are some real gems out at the moment but not many of them are marvel based This however, is a gem.It s classic Surfer with added adventure and some laugh out loud gags This kid asks Hulk how do you pee Hulk s response I have to stand 4 miles away I won t say anything that would give too much away, but it s not a long complex story, well not yet anyway, instead it s like an adventure book, where surfer gets into trouble and ends up meeting and saving people It s quite old [...]

    6. Sam Quixote on said:

      Norrin Radd aka Silver Surfer, the loneliest, most tragic figure in the Marvel Universe As Galactus the world eater s herald, the Surfer travels the cosmos for new worlds for his master to devour Oh the pain The misery The angst Ehhhhh nope not any Enter the new, fun loving All New Silver Surfer Norrin is no longer Galactus herald and spends his time saving planets instead of marking them for death, in order to make up for past transgressions That s right, in the same vein as the other All New M [...]

    7. Scott (GrilledCheeseSamurai) on said:

      I m not gonna lie I didn t think I would like this I figured I would read it and probably plop down a 3 star rating and qualify that by saying in my review that it was actually a 2.5 star rating.Then I actually read it.Yeah I like to judge things before I even know what they are It s how I roll.Lo and behold4 FREAKING STARS This was fun, quirky, Silver Surfer, spacey, goodness The whole book had a very whimsical feel to it and I actually for real LOL d a few times The art took a few pages to get [...]

    8. Terence on said:

      The Impericon is a safe place from the threat of Galactus and his heralds Trying to ensure the safety of the Impericon they bring in the Silver Surfer to protect them from the threat They don t give their protectors a choice in the matter as they capture the most important person to them for leverage.New Dawn did nothing for me The story while sensible, bored me The addition of a random woman from Earth makes little sense I don t see why she should get so much page time It was all uninteresting. [...]

    9. Roy on said:

      Wacky, weird and funny at times Never really read much about the silver surfer so this was a new experience Hes such an odd character but somehow Slott makes it work The artwork is pretty cool, I would have liked some wacky art to compliment the story but it still worked Basically saves a lady, goes on some wacky adventure with her to stop something I guess each volume would be similar and I m keen to learn about him.

    10. Jonny Campo on said:

      Ok so I m gonna give this a 3.5 which I shall round up because I had such a fun time reading this, it has alot of action it s really different and weird and did i mention fun some pros I love the art I think dawn is a cool character I love the cameos through outns I don t really know anything thing about silver sufer or anything else going on so I didn t feel any attachment to the characters at all some times it was a little too weird or didn t make sense to me like I said I m not familiar with [...]

    11. Callie Rose Tyler on said:

      Oh Dan Slott.In my humble opinion Slott is the best, his stories are always laced with just the right amount of humor and this series is no exception.Silver Surfer is an often overlooked character and while I ve always liked him he isn t exactly the warmest or most charismatic of Marvel s line up.Okay that s the T 1000 from Terminator 2, but he is shiny and Surfer can come across a bit robotic.Anyways, my point is that Slott does a great job of retaining Surfer s alien nature while still giving [...]

    12. Gavin on said:

      I thought I already read thisturns out it was just the free first issue on Comixology.The art is from Allred, who did fun work on Faux Four and other things It s the redeeming quality of the book.People are right to compare this to a lighthearted Doctor Who episode, but like the latest version, I hate the companion, Dawn, who takes away from the hero Also, since when does Surfer return to Norrin Radd Silver Down form whenever he wants There s a reunion with the original Defenders, Surfer, Hulk a [...]

    13. Anthony on said:

      This is terrific Dan Slott turns a Silver Surfer title into Doctor Who He s an alien who takes on earth companion on adventures Everywhere and anywhere It s Doctor Who Slott has even said himself that it is And it s great It s what I want a Silver Surfer comic to be like, travelling the cosmic marvel universe I really love Michael Allreds art, especially when he s on Jack Kirby characters It has a fun quirkiness to it, and his character designs are often the classic looks of characters.

    14. Christina on said:

      Dan Slott Wow This was one great story I don t have any previous experience with the Silver Surfer but I m a Whovian and I certainly appreciated the homage to Doctor Who The adventures in this volume took my breath away Like watching a Doctor Who episode, the villains had a unique but classic feel to them and I couldn t help but enjoy them as much as the main characters And then the cast of supporting characters how did I get so attached to them Though some of them had little dialogue, the dialo [...]

    15. Keith on said:

      should allow you like, five books in which you can unlock the star rating and give a particular title as many stars as you want I would give this book ten stars Fourteen stars I don t know, man A lotta, lotta lotta stars.If anyone is ever curious on what I want out of a superhero comic, this is 100% it Lush colors, clean lines, weird aliens, funny dialogue, with a little bit of brooding and wistfulness Plus a girl with blue hairRMULA FOR SUCCESS.I agree that Dawn is a little wide eyed and naive, [...]

    16. "kris Pung on said:

      4.5 out of 5This was super fun book a real pleasure to read and just stare at the art My only gripe is that the handful of villains in the book should have presented of a challenge to Silver Surfer and his power cosmic which they mentioned about a zillion times Mike Allred s art is always a homerun for me and this book is probably his best work to date.

    17. Morgan on said:

      I didn t think I d like this as much as I did Again, never really read anything about Silver Surfer except for Fantastic Four stuff I forgot how much I liked his character and the weird space stuff of Marvel comics.This comic was a blast to read though It was fun an felt like an old Jack Kirby comic Like the She Hulk comic, you don t need any previews background information on Silver Surfer Dan Slott gives you hits of his past, but it doesn t effect the story in prier information.Michael Mike Al [...]

    18. Javier Muñoz on said:

      pues que decir he o do bastantes cosas buenas de este c mic, pero la verdad es que no me parece nada del otro jueves, el arte me gusta mucho, Mike Allred tiene un estilo propio que me gusta bastante bastante ayudado por el color de su mujer, Laura Allred y la verdad es que nos ofrece una serie de vi etas muy imaginativas, con unos toques muy pop que la verdad es que me encantan, pero las historias me parecen mediocres, Dan Slott le ha dado un aire m s casual a las aventuras de Norrin Radd, que a [...]

    19. Joseph on said:

      Surprising good story here The Silver Surfer finds his way into yet another mess involving the Earth and people from Earth, and ends up back on the planet he was hoping to avoid Dr Strange and the Hulk show up, and the Surfer gets primed for adventures in space with an Earth girl in two.The art is by the always fresh Mike Allred, and it s a joy to look at His wife provides the colors, and they make a great artistic pair.Dan Slott s story is full of action and nice little humorous anecdotes, wit [...]

    20. Brent on said:

      I bought each issue reprinted in this graphic novel, a rarity for me in these middle aged days of mine, because I am totally charmed by writing of Dan Slott, by Mike Allred as usual, and by the new Allred girl character here, Surfer s new girlfriend Dawn Greenwood Just finished last part here, in issue 5, and I love this series as much as most projects by artist Mike Allred Villain in this last bit is Nightmare, not overused, and not Shuma Gorath, thankfully The humor is gentle, continuing, and [...]

    21. Shannon Appelcline on said:

      I m often willing to pick up a book illustrated by Mike Allred sight unseen He s one of the few perfect stylists in comicdom Having Dan Slott write this sealed this deal, even though this is the first Silver Surfer book in my collection.The result is totally great Allred s art has its always fun pop appeal, and Slott s writing is fun here too, bordering on hilarious he also plays on Allred s strengths, such as when he invents a new cosmic entity for the first arc However, I m equally intrigued b [...]

    22. Brandon St Mark on said:

      If I still used currentyear favorites as a shelf title, this would most definitely be on the one for this year I don t really like many Marvel properties, but I do love the Fantastic Four, and it s mainly because without the FF, there would be no Silver Surfer I ve loved the Silver Surfer ever since I saw the Fantastic Four movie that had him as the villain in the mid 2000 s And then after that the Fox kids animated show I know that came first, but I didn t see it until after I don t know why, b [...]

    23. Kamillah on said:

      Silver Surfer cruises the cosmos and sets out to save a woman who may very well save herself just fine in this quirky and colorful comic The surfer, aka Norrin Radd, makes an enjoyable Marvel Now debut with bold illustrations, a cheerfully strange storyline, and a new companion, Dawn Greenwood This first story arc unravels like a strange dream, trippy even, with candy colored depictions of space and subtle humor Dan Slott s tongue in cheek script, matched with Michael and Laura Allred s lively a [...]

    24. Robert on said:

      The Surfer is Back Dan Slott does a great job here with one of Marvel s outlandishly cosmic heroes, embracing the absurdity throughout while at the same time effectively grounding Norrin Radd s high flying adventures by pairing him up with a perky, relatable human companion something that untold numbers of reviewers here have already likened to Dr Who I ll have to take their word for it, never having seen an episode of said long running TV show I m such a sub optimal nerd, I know The new charac [...]

    25. Aaron on said:

      This was fine I mean, I completely love Michael Allred s art, which is pretty much the entire reason to read this It s at times genuinely stunning, and a perfect fit for a cosmic hero like the Silver Surfer His attention to detail and distinct style are a joy to read on every single page, and add a lot to the attempts at humor throughout the story.And yes, I said attempts This story is kind of a dud It s got some solid, imaginative moments a vacation megaplanet devoted to giving all its visitors [...]

    26. Dan on said:

      Marvel s current Spider Man writer and genius Dan Slott recreates the moody, former herald to Galactus, Silver Surfer here as a fun, space faring hero He also gives her a human companion, Doctor Who style, in the wonderful Dawn Greenwood.There s two main stories within this volume First up Surfer is called to save the magical planet Imperion and a special machine kidnaps someone to motivate him to do it This someone is human Dawn Greenwood, who he has never met before It looks into the future th [...]

    27. Ma"Belle on said:

      Silver Surfer by Dan Slott is basically Marvel s version of Doctor Who, and I am totally on board with that.It s silly, fun, and tongue in cheek All of Surfer s typical lines and biographical facts are now self aware setups for jokes, thanks to a young woman from New England who is a twin, a daddy s girl, and a total homebody at their family run bed and breakfast until she s kidnapped into cosmic schemes and becomes Norrin Radd s Capable but occasionally dim for the sake of jokes and exposition [...]

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