The Foot Soldiers, Volume 1

The Foot Soldiers Volume DC s JUSTICE was Kreuger s age of heroes Marvel s EARTH X was his telling of their twilight battles But here in the world of FOOT SOLDIERS Jim Kreuger tells the story of what happens after the good

  • Title: The Foot Soldiers, Volume 1
  • Author: Jim Krueger Michael Avon Oeming Mike Parobeck
  • ISBN: 9781607065517
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Paperback
  • DC s JUSTICE was Kreuger s age of heroes.Marvel s EARTH X was his telling of their twilight battles.But here, in the world of FOOT SOLDIERS, Jim Kreuger tells the story of what happens after the good guys lose What happens in the dark days after the men of tomorrow have become a forgotten yesterday What happens when three teens dare rob the graves of the greatest heroes wDC s JUSTICE was Kreuger s age of heroes.Marvel s EARTH X was his telling of their twilight battles.But here, in the world of FOOT SOLDIERS, Jim Kreuger tells the story of what happens after the good guys lose What happens in the dark days after the men of tomorrow have become a forgotten yesterday What happens when three teens dare rob the graves of the greatest heroes who ever died and choose to fight against those responsible for making their city and lives a hell from back cover

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    1 thought on “The Foot Soldiers, Volume 1”

    1. There were big shoes to fill the heroes were dead. A frightened people were defenseless and at the mercy of mechanized monsters that had reduced them to so many rats scurrying into any dark corner that offered refuge. The people were not only beaten down, but they were kicked while they were down. They were crushed under steel heels and their dignity, their pride, and their very humanity was trampled into the ground. They needed new heroes They needed someone else to step up.And that's where Sto [...]

    2. The concept of futuristic world ruled by robotic militia and kids who fight these oppressors with stolen superhero gadgets (mainly boots) is great, but the book is basically a set-up first volume. You can clearly see that Jim Krueger is really passionate about these characters and the story, but spends a lot of time developing characters, thus sacrificing story development. I prefer the new colored edition to the black and white edition, too bad we probably won't see the rest of the volumes in c [...]

    3. Great concept: kids, living in a world where the heroes have all been defeated and killed, rob a super-hero graveyard and gain powers by wearing stolen boots. Alas, the actual story doesn't quite live up to the idea embodied in that concept. The black-and-white art by Michael Avon Oeming (or Powers fame) is a bit static and jumbled. Reading this didn't really make me look forward to the other two volumes. Too bad. Jim Krueger's stuff is usually better than this.

    4. The story was a good read. This edition by Image collects stories originally published by Dark Horse in 4 issues in 1996. (There was a collection by AiT/Planet Lar in 2001 in black/white, while this Image Comics version is printed in color and includes multiple production versions of the initial 3-page proposal drawn by Parobek.) The book is heavy on a feeling of foreshadowing, but the dark tone and setting make it work.

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