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Planet of the Apes: The Time of Man #1

Writer: Dan Abnett, David Walker, Philip Kennedy Johnson Artist: Carlos Magno, George Schall, Morgan Beem Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: October 31, 2018 Cover Price: $7.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
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Celebrate over 50 years of one of cinema's most important franchises with this one-shot collection of stories highlighting the Planet of the Apes' most dangerous enemy: the beast called man!
Featuring stories from both the original films and new series canon, including the early years of Armando and Caesar before Conquest of the Planet of the Apes , and for the first time ever, a story set after the harrowing events of War for the Planet of the Apes, following a few of the remaining human survivors.

  • 9.0
    SciFiPulse - Patrick Hayes Nov 24, 2018

    A trio of tales that will please any Apes fan. Each story is outstanding and only one has art that didn't live up to the story's potential. The Dan Abnett story is what you give non-Apes fans to read to get them into Apes comics. This collection is worth the price, and it is a hefty one at $7.99. You get forty pages and no ads. The paper is good quality and you could use that cover to cut a steak. I would love to see BOOM! return with more tales from the time of man. Read Full Review

  • 7.7
    Major Spoilers - Stacy Baugher Nov 2, 2018

    PLANET OF THE APES: THE TIME OF MAN, is not ground breaking and does not change the landscape of the current or past PotA universes, but instead add a richness to them that sometimes seems lacking in the effort to capitalize on the latest blockbuster. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Gizmo Nov 8, 2018

    - ARMANDO'S TALE: Fills in some of the time between the original films when Caesar is growing up under Armando's watchful eye. -- MAN'S BEST FRIEND: This is the best story, where we take a peek at a random ape family that lovingly raises a human pet that ultimately leads to an unsettling ending. -- MOUNTAIN: Continues the story of the boy who liked to draw from Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. The artwork isn't very good and the story is okay but not necessary.

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