Silver Surfer, Vol. 4: Citizen of Earth

Silver Surfer Vol Citizen of Earth Everything changes for the Silver Surfer He s taken Dawn Greenwood to the end of the universe and now it s time to show her the most fantastic planet of all Earth But how will this trip lead to a fig

  • Title: Silver Surfer, Vol. 4: Citizen of Earth
  • Author: Dan Slott Mike Allred
  • ISBN: 9780785199694
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
  • Everything changes for the Silver Surfer He s taken Dawn Greenwood to the end of the universe, and now it s time to show her the most fantastic planet of all Earth But how will this trip lead to a fight with the ever lovin blue eyed Thing Who is Alicia Masters, and why has the Surfer never mentioned her to Dawn And what action could put him in the sights of Earth s MEverything changes for the Silver Surfer He s taken Dawn Greenwood to the end of the universe, and now it s time to show her the most fantastic planet of all Earth But how will this trip lead to a fight with the ever lovin blue eyed Thing Who is Alicia Masters, and why has the Surfer never mentioned her to Dawn And what action could put him in the sights of Earth s Mightiest Heroes The Silver Surfer will be made to pay the price, but will any allies still stand at his side Whatever happens, there may be worse devastation to come that could leave Dawn scarred for life Featuring the Thing, Spider Man, the Avengers and major players, it s a mythic tale in the Mighty Marvel Manner that celebrates the Surfer s 50th anniversary Collecting SILVER SURFER 2016 1 6.

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    1. The Silver Surfer faces an earth threatening menace when Dawn Greenwood meets two of his former girlfriends. Oh, and there's a machine that's threatening to turn earth into a Utopia like Zenn-La, the Surfer's home world.Dan Slott and Michael Allred's take on the Silver Surfer through a Doctor Who lens continues. The Surfer, Dawn, and Toomie adjust to life in Anchor Bay and save the earth a couple times. The Silver Surfer even becomes a celebrity.I love the way Allred and Slott make the Silver Su [...]

    2. Oh lordy I yawned a lot during this one! Silver Surfer/Norrin Radd’s people of Zenn-La try to remake Earth in their supposedly superior image and Norrin has to decide: his people or his adopted homeworld? Ah, why even pretend this is a real conflict – he punches the Zenn-Lavians! He also has a team-up with Spidey in Frisco where they punch more terribly exciting aliens… zzz…I used to enjoy Dan Slott and the Allreds’ Silver Surfer but four volumes is at least one volume too many it seem [...]

    3. I'm really enjoying this run of the Silver Surfer, not that I have read other runs. I think Dawn is a wonderful character and she brings so much warmth to the surfer. I think the story is going in great directions. It is such a trippy comic.The action pretty much all happens on Earth. Zinn-La invades Earth and the surfer has to whip out his own culture - it's all a blank slate. Even Utau, the watcher on the moon is different and I love that character. Does anyone know if there is a novel that go [...]

    4. Still really enjoying this. I think a lot of it is down to the Allred art, but the writing from Slott deserves credit too. If he spent more time writing and less time on social networks sites arguing with people trivial stuff, he'd probably be a top writer.

    5. [Read as single issues]Dan Slott and Mike Allred continue their Eisner Award winning run on Silver Surfer with this new volume (although continuing with the trade numbering, because Marvel), collecting not only the 50th Anniversary issue of the character, as well as the 200th issue (issues 3 and 6 respectively).In this opening story, the Surfer and his travelling companion/girlfriend return to Earth, trying to deal with the events of Secret Wars and their newfound relationship, only to find that [...]

    6. Ugh! What the HELL just happened? I love Silver Surfer stories. They are truly cosmic in scope and the beings that populate the stories are of varying degrees of power. Then there is this abortion by Dan Slott. Artwork that is a nod towards the crap from the '70-'80s (why? No seriouslywhy?!!) and a god-awful plot. Surfer and his new beau-some random brunette are out and about. Umah.ere is a story but it's too awful to bother with. I could write a review, but why? If I did a lengthy review someon [...]

    7. As always, what really makes Surfer work is that it's a love story. Vol 4 is still recovering from Secret Wars-itis, as the Surfer is inspired to call in the superhero cavalry to help fight off an alien invasion of Earth. All the current Marvel muckymuck continuity sort of throws a wrench into the adventure, and most of Slott's attempts at ensemble dialogue-writing are pretty thin.But there's a theme in this volume around the discomfort of change, and with that in mind it kind of works when the [...]

    8. Hurrah, a new volume of the best comic book being published! The comic itself has been renumbered post- Secret Wars but pleasingly the trades continue with the same numbering. Here the Silver Surfer and Dawn Greenwood return to Earth. Inevitably aliens come too and cause problems. First there's an attempt to mine Earth for all it's culture. Then the Surfer's homeworld of Zenn-La tries to make Earth as perfect as Zenn-La itself. Thankfully the Surfer is here to stop them, with a little help from [...]

    9. I may have mentioned this series' heavy Doctor Who influence before; here we reach the wilderness years/new series staple of the story about stories, with aliens trying to steal or overwrite all Earth's culture, everything which makes us us - thus also enabling a sneaky Who cameo or two. Still a charming comic rich in heart and strangeness, and thank goodness it's been left unmolested (and in collections, un-renumbered) by the post Secret Wars relaunch bug.

    10. The series continues to be great fun and I love the relationship between Norrin and Dawn as they save the world together.

    11. Me gusta que contra lo que se tenga que enfrentar Silver Surfer no sea una entidad gigantesca que quiera destruir el mundo, sino, nada más y nada menos que toda una civilización (su pueblo de hecho) que quiere homogeneizar a la raza humana bajo su concepto de cultura ¿Raro? Sí ¿Maravilloso? También.Es cuático que en definitiva lo que más temamos perder sea lo que nos distingue como humanos y encontremos en el arte esa identidad. Acá se ve literal como todas las canciones,cuadros, etc se [...]

    12. Yet another charming marvel book. Why doesn't Marvel just stick to books like this, and stop trying to tie everything into a Major event? Besides that, stop relaunching every title, every year. Just put out books with the same quality creative team, and let them plan out years worth of storytelling. this book, even though it has had the same creative team for four volumes does not actually feel mapped out. there is a lot of seat of the pants storytelling here, where you couldn't possibly expect [...]

    13. 4.5 starsJust a really great, emotionally sincere wrap-up to Dan Slott's fantastic run of Silver Surfer. I can't believe this came out in 2016! I must've been late on the bandwagon for this series, but I would recommend the whole thing, especially to fans of Doctor Who who want to read cute sci-fi comics.

    14. Sadly, not as good as the first volume. Storyline went a little weird (view spoiler)[with the surfer's newfound world hero status and finding her Mom and her Mom being a nasty woman. (hide spoiler)] Sad, but not really necessary or even a compelling story. Fingers crossed that the next story picks back up the beauty that was the first volume of this series.

    15. I still can't believe that Silver Surfer is a favorite of mine. Well this incarnation at least. And really it's the stories told around Dawn. This book starts slow and ends abruptly. But somewhere in the middle it just hits the mark. And then Dawn meets her mom. And power sucking squids - so it's definitely not perfect.

    16. Collects Silver Surfer (2016) issues #1-6For some reason, it took me a little while to get into this volume (compared to other volumes). It is still a favorite of mine. It is still very funny and heartwarming, but there wasn’t something a little off about this volume. BELOW ARE MY SPOILER-FILLED REVIEWS OF EACH ISSUE IN THIS COLLECTION:Issue #1: This is basically a fun, one-and-done story that has a slight lead-in to the next issue. An alien species is stealing all of Earth’s culture, and th [...]

    17. My Silver Surfer obsession began in the 90s with the Jim Starlin run and the cartoon. Over the years the Silver Surfer has remained one of my favorite heroes and his stories have gained new import as I've grown older and was able to grasp the full meaning of some of the stories. I was ever so happy when Marvel relaunched this title. Slott's Whovian touch and Allred's art have been perfection. In this volume, two of my favorite heroes meet - Spider-Man and the Silver Surfer. With cameos by Kamala [...]

    18. This comic is the 50th Anniversary of the Silver Surfer so Slott and Allred decided to celebrate by taking a classic character from the Silver Surfer's backstory and making them into a supervillain. It's like if Doctor Who's 50th Anniversary had Susan Foreman show up as the villain. You don't celebrate 50 years of a comic by wrecking their backstory. Probably as a result of my irritation at this plot direction, all the traits of this comic that usually seemed endearing to me, seemed unbearably c [...]

    19. 3.5 out of 5.I read this one in floppy format. Series is still a lot of fun. This one benefits from not being tied into any big Marvel events, it allows the Radd and Dawn to spend some time together and grow as characters. Allred's art continues to be the main draw for me.I'll continue to stick around for Allred's Marvel run.

    20. 30 January, 2017I'm not going to lie, the reason I probably enjoyed this one so much and finished it so quickly (still in my reading slump) was because there was so much Spider-Man in it (there was squealing - you could say I'm a fan). Highly anticipating volume 5!*cries* the power cosmic

    21. I am having a great big love affair with the Allreds right now! I am petty bc the only reason I am not giving it five stars is no gurls can have real friendships or convos not involving jealousies over men; also I hate hate hate his GFs dress. It's like an S&M Minnie Mouse dress

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