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Author: Marc Andreyko,Javier Pina
ISBN: 1401216323
Language: English
Pages: 176 pages
Category: Graphic Novels
Publisher: DC Comics (January 30, 2008)
Rating: 4.7
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This series collects the Manhunter series by Marc Andreyko, which features Kate Spencer, the eighth DC Comics character depicted using the name Manhunter, and the first female to do so. It ran from 2004 until its cancellation in 2008. Book 1. Manhunter, Vol. 1: Street Justice.

This series collects the Manhunter series by Marc Andreyko, which features Kate Spencer, the eighth DC Comics character depicted using the name Manhunter, and the first female to do so. Collecting the acclaimed first five issues of the.

Collecting issues of the acclaimed MANHUNTER series written by Marc Andreyko! Manhunter Kate Spencer takes on her biggest case yet with Wonder Woman as the client, but the stakes are higher than anyone knows!

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Manhunter: Unleashed Manhunter: Unleashed - Vol. 4 released by DC Comics on January 1, 2008. Collecting issues of the acclaimed MANHUNTER series written by Marc Andreyko!

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Manhunter (2004 - 2009). Manhunter Vol. 4: Unleashed TP. Prev View Series Next. Written by Marc Andreko Art by Javier Pina, Fernando Blanco, Brad Walker and others Cover by Arthur Adams Collecting issues of the acclaimed MANHUNTER series written by Marc Andreyko! Manhunter Kate Spencer takes on her biggest case yet with Wonder Woman as the client, but the stakes are higher than anyone knows!

Written by Marc Andreyko Art by Javier Pina, Rags Morales, Sean Phillips and others Cover by Stephane Roux Follow the adventures of crimefighter Kate Spencer in this volume collecting MANHUNTER #15-23!

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The fourth graphic novel from the cult favorite series pits Manhunter against the DC Universe's mightiest female hero.

This volume continues the shocking story from INFINITE CRISIS, when Wonder Woman was forced to kill criminal mastermind Maxwell Lord. Now, Kate Spencer must defend the Amazon Princess, but the stakes are higher than either of them could imagine. Will putting super-heroes on the stand work in Wonder Woman's favor, or against her? And what secret evidence does Batman possess -- and how will Manhunter wrest it from him?

Comments (3)
Walianirv
Ever since it launched, Marc Andreyko's "Manhunter" series for DC has been on the knife's edge of cancellation, and has escape the axe twice; once at issue 25, and again at issue 30, the final issue collected in this trade. It has since gone on hiatus, but reports indicate it will return this way, where, one hopes, Kate's knack for escaping the executioner will continue for a good many more issues.

This collection of issues 24 to 30 finishes up the Doctor Psycho arc that began in the preceding "Origins" trade, and then contains the complete 'Unleashed' arc guest-starring Wonder Woman and following the events of "Infinite Crisis" (this series deserves applause for its astonishing ability to tie itself into other DC events without losing its signal characteristics, as many series are wont to do). Kate, now a defence attorney, is hired to represent Wonder Woman, who is on trial for the murder of Maxwell Lord. Now, not only am I a Manhunter fan, I am a huge fan of Wonder Woman, so it's a real treat to see them interacting; Andreyko can also be praised for giving the best portrayal of Wonder Woman from the end of Greg Rucka's run in 2006 until Gail Simone arrived in late 2007, mercifully liberating Diana fans from the tyranny of Heinberg, Picoult, and Pfeiffer. Andreyko plays up Diana's naivete a bit more than I'd like, but all her heroic qualities come through perfectly, and the art is absolutely stunning.

Not only do we see Kate interacting with Diana, Superman, and Batman (in an hilariously brusque exchange), but, in general, she becomes much more publicly known as Manhunter, being met with adulation from the press and public and acceptance from the local police (and, around this same time, she became a semi-regular member of the Birds of Prey over in that title).

Apart from Diana and Kate's story, there's also the relationship between Cameron Chase and Dylan, Kate's techie, which goes through a rough patch as they head home to Gotham to rescue Chase's sister from the clutches of an old villain. Dylan is one of the best supporting characters in comics, and he only gets better here. This story also ends with a hook for a future arc (scattered others are also introduced, making it a relief that the series didn't end at issue 30).

There are few better series being published today, and I strongly recommend this and other "Manhunter" collections, and the monthly series, whenever it resumes.
Drelalen
This character has a lot of the same traits and gimmicks as Daredevil. That's probably why I like her. Red suit, a stick, acrobatic and martial arts trained. Then she gets Wonder Woman to train her more. With 2 females fighting crime, and each other, it's a blast! There is also the courtroom drama and the trial of Wonder Woman for Maxwell Lord's death and a surprise appearance that changes the course of the trial. This is not the best art in the world, but it is good. The color is good. I can't believe her series was discontinued, but then I have followed DD for many years and he does not attract a big crowd of fans, either. Still, it would seem a viable series, although I was not reading it at the time of publication. I only came across the trades in a bookstore and was addicted. Hope she comes back again soon.
LivingCross
I didn't know Manhunter before until I purchased the graphic novel and I found it interesting, but the character is a little bit weak. Kate Spencer (Manhunter) is like Dare Devil but she lives in L.A. and she's not blind. She accepts to represent Diana-Wonder Woman in her trial in a Federal court for the murder of Maxwell Lord, the script in that lacks of excitement, because it finishes making WW winning without any suspense. WW behaves like nothing is happening, in a superficial way, acting like a Hollywood star followed by paparazzis where ever she goes. We have a parallel story too and you have to nkow who those characters are or you won't understand the story. The art is good and the dialogues are good too. I'm satisfied with the result.