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2018 die MGA Lizenz Xo Manowar. - Social MediaWinziges Weltall. Brian Reber Colourist. Mar 10, Relstuart rated it liked it Shelves: valiant. Jun 12, Richard Rubin Kazan rated it really liked it. Aric of Dacia (b. AD), heir to the throne of the Visigoth people, has never known peace. A brutal encounter with a mysterious enemy known as "The Vine" leaves him a prisoner on an alien world, the only hope Aric has of returning to his family and saving them from slavery is to seize a weapon of incalculable destruction and become X-O Manowar. 1 History Blades and Open Fields 4/30/ · X-O MANOWAR: BIRTH - Collects the classic X-O Manowar origin story (X-O Manowar #) for the first time and it is digitally recolored and remastered for this edition - One of the finest creative collaborations in comics by legendary creators Bob Layton, Jim Shooter, Barry Windsor-Smith, and Joe Quesada - Includes an all-new ten page The Rise of Lydia story written by Bob/5. Born under the oppressive thumb of the Roman Empire, Aric of Dacia learned warfare at an early age. It was amid such violence that he was abducted by an alien race. Forced into slavery, he survived where others perished. His escape would come from bonding with a weapon of immeasurable power: the X-O Manowar armor. With it, he returned to Earth only to find himself stranded in the modern day.
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The Visigoths weren't the only humans imprisoned by The Vine as other slaves were also captured from around the world. The enslaved humans were treated savagely by their captor and made to work as farmers in a forested area within the mother ship.
During one incident while trying to protect Gafti from a beating, Aric had his left hand cut off by one of the slavers. Slowly the humans started to sneak in tools into their cages and after receiving directions to the Armory by the slave who tends the halls, Aric formed a plan of escape.
After a number of years, Aric and the other slaves finally managed to gather enough tools to use as weapons and escaped their cages.
The humans made their way to the Armory, killing a number of The Vine on the way. Retrieved 10 May December 7, Retrieved 7 December Comic Book Critic.
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Jim Shooter — Bob Layton — Fabian Nicieza — Walter Black — Despairing over a fight he could no longer win and a people he could not return to, Aric took to the sky and disappeared.
He eventually learned that the Vine had been living on Earth for over a millennium, and had secretly infiltrated the highest levels of power, including the British Secret Intelligence Service.
While chatting to a young girl named Maria in Italy , Aric learned that the year was and that almost 1, years had elapsed since his enslavement by the Vine.
After escaping Italian soldiers, Aric fled to the Amazon rain forest In an attempt to recapture the suit, the Vine dispatched a strike team into the Amazon rain forest.
The team — accompanied by a Vine Planting named Alexander Dorian — confronted Aric, but was quickly destroyed by his hand.
Only Alexander survived. The Vine then realized that against the universe's most powerful weapon, only the world's foremost weapons specialist would stand a chance.
Ninjak lived up to his reputation, taking Aric by surprise and rendering him unconscious with two spinning blades laced with tranquilizers.
Unbeknownst to Ninjak was once the armor was in Vine hands, the Vine would unleash a full-scale invasion of Earth to rid the planet of humanity.
Knowing this, Alexander betrayed the Council by freeing Aric. Following a fight with Ninjak, Aric and Alexander managed to escape into Georgetown , the capital of Guyana.
Alexander expressed to Aric his love for the indulgences of Earth, and had no desire to see them destroyed.
While Aric was initially reluctant to help since the people that he had known had long died, Alex managed to convince Aric to help by pointing out that the Earth was in danger from the approaching Vine invasion fleet and that he was their last hope.
Though Aric regarded Ninjak as an enemy, Alexander still wanted to reach out to the assassin, who was unaware that his masters were Vine plantings.
While Alexander explained how the Vines had inserted thousands of Vine plantings on Earth for generations, the two were attacked by Ninjak who had tracked them down.
Following a brief skirmish, Ninjak held Alexander hostage with his sword. Alexander managed to convince Ninjak and Aric to reach a truce by raising the threat posed by the Vine invasion fleet.
After tricking the Vine and their human plantings into believing that Aric had taken him and the Shanhara to Caracas , Aric traveled to London with Shanhara.
Meanwhile, Alexander and Nanjik traveled to Guyana aboard the Vine planting Sadiq 's jet and disposed of him on the way.
With an invasion fleet on the way, Ninjak teamed up with Aric and Alexander, and the three of them took the fight to MI6's headquarters at Vauxhall Cross.
Aric attacked Vauxhall Cross to distract MI6 while Ninjak infiltrated the building and killed Clement and the agents inside. Eventually they found each other again and killed off the rest of the planting agents in British Intelligence.
After escaping British military helicopters, Aric traveled with Alexander to Manhattan. Alexander was able to use his psychic connection to attend the next Vine meeting.
However, the Vines had already discovered that Alexander was a traitor and cast him out. Another Vine planting agent tried to kill Alexander while he was immersed in the Gathering Plane but Aric saved their lives.
Alexander then told Aric that the gathering was a set-up and that all he knew was that the Vine invasion fleet was on its way.
Aric is described as a bullheaded and headstrong individual with a lot of pride in his heritage as Visigoth. Bob Layton said the series was born out of his frustration with running into walls every time he wanted to do something a little The Valiant comics were something I enjoyed back in the day.
Bob Layton said the series was born out of his frustration with running into walls every time he wanted to do something a little different with Iron Man.
This armored avenger is Aric the Visigoth, a warrior from the past who was abducted by the Spider Aliens, the alien race the frequently appeared in the early Valiant comics.
He stole a suit of their organic armor, escaped captivity, and became a superhero of sorts. I'd say the best part of this series was Aric the barbarian struggling to fit into the modern world.
That an and armored guy fighting spidery aliens. View all 8 comments. Mar 18, Shannon Appelcline rated it really liked it Shelves: comics , comics-valiant.
I was largely enthralled with X-O Manowar when it was first released. The idea of combining Conan and Iron Man was terrific, and Aric was a wonderful character.
As with all of the original Valiant books, I don't think that X-O Manowar entirely holds up to the modern expectations of comic writing, but it's still an interesting story with strong characters, and one that seemed to improve over the course of this volume.
Birth And I'm astounded that we really knew nothing about his past until the zero 0 issue, which feels like a vital part of his chronology nowadays and such beautiful art, and I loved the original chrome cover!
The Harbinger crossover is fun because it puts Aric firmly in the VH1 Valiant universe, but beyond that it's more cliched and standard, so not nearly as good as its predecessor.
May 20, Zare rated it really liked it Shelves: comics , sf. Interesting comic-book telling story of a Goth Aric that gets abducted by aliens, frees himself by acquiring intelligent battle armor and finally comes back to Earth only to find out that thousand of years have passed and that he is very much stranger back on his own planet.
I came across this gem when I saw that these comics will be re-vamped so I wanted to see what is it all about. Interesting story and Aric is particularly interesting character especially his interpretation of modern Interesting comic-book telling story of a Goth Aric that gets abducted by aliens, frees himself by acquiring intelligent battle armor and finally comes back to Earth only to find out that thousand of years have passed and that he is very much stranger back on his own planet.
Interesting story and Aric is particularly interesting character especially his interpretation of modern every-day situations. Art is a mix - some pretty good visuals followed by some not-so-good but in overall art is OK.
Shelves: comic-book. A blast from my past.