Marvel Knights: Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale: Yellow, Blue, Gray & White Omnibus

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Title: Marvel Knights: Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale: Yellow, Blue, Gray & White Omnibus.
Writer(s): Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale.
Artist(s): Tim Sale.
Colourist(s): Matt Hollingsworth, Steve Buccellato & Dave Stewart.
Letterer(s): Richard Starkings & Comicraft.
PublisherMarvel.

Format
: Hardcover – Omnibus.
Release Date: December 18th 2018.
Pages: 664.
Genre(s): Comics, Science-Fiction.
ISBN13: 9781302914059.
My Overall Rating:

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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10 thoughts on “Marvel Knights: Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale: Yellow, Blue, Gray & White Omnibus

    1. It’s not necessarily purely depressive. They’re all sad stories with a touch of gratitude in the dialogue where these heroes see these past experiences as something allowing them to become better people/heroes. It’ll also depend on how connected you are to these characters. 😛

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  1. I wasn’t familiar with these stories but you have me curious about them. I love “smaller” more emotional stories. They can be a very pleasant break from all the universe shattering ones. Daredevil was a character I used to want to read more of. He seemed a bit underrated but perhaps more to my liking in some ways. Maybe I saw him as a little less flashy, a little more down to earth and relatable. The others I did read from time to time but none of them were favorties of mine, though I did enjoy a Captain America reboot (not sure how many of those there’ve been now). The artwork in these looks appealing, I could see myself enjoying that if the stories are equally strong. Do you have a favorite of the four stories?

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    1. And that’s exactly what these are. Smaller, more intimate, self-contained stories. And you’re right, there’s something so darkly fascinating with Daredevil and he definitely figures among those Marvel heroes I try to read more of. As for Captain America, I think you’d have definitely found intriguing what Ed Brubaker had to offer when he took over the series. It’s tough to say which is my favourite but I equally liked them all, except for Captain America: White which stretched the core concept a bit too much. I did enjoy the tone of Daredevil: Yellow a lot though!

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    1. Yep. They’re self-contained and mostly revisit the origin story with an emotional twist. You will, however, get spoiled on some major deaths from past classic story-arcs in each story (for example, in Spider-Man: Blue, Peter narrates the story and he’s speaking about someone he lost). Then again, these losses are so “popular” that they’re almost considered common knowledge for readers so you can always tell yourself that they aren’t really spoilers in the end hahah

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