Item description for Six From Sirius by Doug Moench, Paul Gulacy, Edward A. Toran, Kent Barwick, Robin Lynn & Nora Osganian...
Created in 1984, Six From Sirius featured the incredible pairing of writer/creator Doug Moench and artist/creator Paul Gulacy! The pair - best known for their collaborative run on Marvel Comics' The Master of Kung Fu, among other comic classics - created the series for Marvel's Epic imprint back in the mid-80s. The series, featuring the intergalactic adventures of a team of agents, combined action, intrigue and suspense, all against the backdrop of that final frontier - space!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 6.75" Height: 10.25" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Oct 26, 2005
Publisher Dynamite Entertainment
ISBN 1933305037 ISBN13 9781933305035
Availability 0 units.
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Great interstellar adventure Aug 5, 2008
This book compiles the mini-series that Epic Comics distributed in the late 1980s. It was an exciting time, and Epic led the way, not just with its self-titled flagship magazine.
The "six" represent a super-secret trouble shooting team, the kind with lots of trouble and lots of shooting. This time, their mission seems straightforward enough: free the lovely ambassador from the impenetrable prison in time to save the peace negotiations. The mission starts going off the rails when the ambassador doesn't want to be saved. Every step after that one reverses all that went before, as each level of subterfuge peels back to reveal another.
You'll find a bit more character complexity here than in traditional superhero stories, but don't come looking for Jane Austen. Crisp artwork carries the story along well - not an innovative look, but well executed and well printed in my 1988 edition. Back then, comics for grownups were still finding themselves, and this contributed nicely to that growing body of work. That was then, though. Standards have risen since then, in many directions. "Six" did well for its time and still holds rewards for today's reader - but the times moved on.