Red Wolf: Man Out of Time

Red Wolf Man Out of Time Once upon a Timely in the West a frontier boomtown has than its share of scoundrels It takes a hero to keep them in line Red Wolf the Cheyenne who stood up to Mayor Wilson Fisk in Secret Wars is

  • Title: Red Wolf: Man Out of Time
  • Author: Nathan Edmondson Dalibor Talajić
  • ISBN: 9781302900373
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Paperback
  • Once upon a Timely in the West, a frontier boomtown has than its share of scoundrels It takes a hero to keep them in line Red Wolf the Cheyenne who stood up to Mayor Wilson Fisk in Secret Wars 1872 is the only man who can fill fallen Sheriff Steve Rogers boots But after a battle with the Surveyor, Red awakens in a world very different from his own albeit one stiOnce upon a Timely in the West, a frontier boomtown has than its share of scoundrels It takes a hero to keep them in line Red Wolf the Cheyenne who stood up to Mayor Wilson Fisk in Secret Wars 1872 is the only man who can fill fallen Sheriff Steve Rogers boots But after a battle with the Surveyor, Red awakens in a world very different from his own albeit one still filled with snakes in the grass He has no ID and no jurisdiction, but the town he arrives in needs a lawman to serve and protect.Collecting Red Wolf 1 6

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  • I really didn't enjoy the Secret Wars tie-in this character came from so I was prepared to dislike his adventures in the 'prime' Marvel universe (as they're now calling it) just as much. The first issue had me banging my head against my iPad screen: not another time travel/alternate universe story, I thought! WHY can't Marvel write a story without sodding time travel these days?However, as the following issues came out, I got more and more sucked into the story. The artwork was quite nice, which [...]


  • Yes, I read this series mainly because of the cover art. I'll be looking for more art from Jeffrey Veregge, but this story was boring and how you made a Cheyenne sheriff teleported from the past to 2007 boring is a bit of a mystery.I'm Romanian so I understand very little about Indigenous representation but here are some interesting reviews by actual Native folks: Seeing RedNot So New, Not So DifferentSlurs, Caricatures and ErasureEnjoy! They're better than this book.


  • Like previous Nathan Edmondson comics I've read, Red Wolf gradually shifted gears from being attractively straightforward and down-to-earth, to being tediously straightforward and down-to-earth - he's good at setting up a situation, but seems far less bothered with ramping it up to a climax. Here he's working with one of the oldest plots around - a stranger in town must earn its trust and learn its ways - and executes it well enough. There are definite strengths. The stakes are appealingly small [...]


  • I was pretty impressed with this one. I was hoping this was a western, but it's actually a weird western/sci fi tale where Red Wolf gets transported from 1872 to modern times. He helps out the local police force who are caught in a drug war, and there's also the matter of the strange cyborg that transported him out of time in the first place.Overall, both the story and art were very well done and this was quite the page turned. I was hooked through the whole story. If you enjoyed the old Red Wol [...]


  • 1872 was so good. Such a cool world. This book took the coolest part of 1872, a 19th Century frontier version of the Marvel Universe. and just got rid of it. And what a shock. this book, and a cool character, failed to find an audience.Booooooooo!


  • tbh I thought this book was going to be set in the old west and it wasn't I'm Disappointed, it's still good but why


  • I enjoyed this quite a bit. I never saw the Secret Wars 1872 book, and Red Wolf for me as a character before picking up this collection. This starts in what I assume--not having read it--is the universe established in Secret Wars 1872. Of course, now that we've moved from the old Marvel Universe(s) to MU Prime, it would be the historical MU Prime southwest of 1872. In any case the protagonist is brought forward to the present day, and ends up assisting a small town sheriff and his deputy in taki [...]


  • I begun reading this volume believing that it was a sequel to 1872, but unfortunately it can't really be called that. Instead all the worldbuilding and set up for continuation done for that series is erased and forgotten about in favor of a story where Red Wolf accidentally ends up in the future. I understand how Red Wolf being a 'man out of time' is meant to parallel Steve Rogers' origin in the regular Marvel Universe due to Red Wolf replacing his role in Timely, but Steve woke up still being a [...]


  • If this book had been independently published, I suspect Red Wolf might still be published today. But as part of the greater Marvel Universe, this excellent tale of a time lost sheriff in the American Southwest ended up lost in the shuffle of endless Marvel restarts. Nathan Edmondson does great work making the character of Red Wolf and his new haunts interesting while Dalibor Talajic brings it all to life with his style grounded in realism. While this book follows some familiar tropes of the tim [...]



  • I read this because of the upcoming Occupy Avengers. I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised.There is nothing groundbreaking or surprising about it. The plot isn't anything special. Our hero is transported into his future (our present) and has to help take down some baddies. There is some nice humour focusing on 'the out of time'ness of Red Wolf's situation.Likewise the art is very pleasant.In relation to Occupy Avengers. Apparently all the heroes in that don't have powers well.There are a [...]


  • This is just a marvelous collection. Red Wolf is a historically under served character who absolutely sings here. Pulling him out of time does a great job of showing how little race relations have changed for American Indians while also creating two senses of place and time that makes this title very special. Red Wolf is one of if not the best graphic novel I have read so far this year and a quick glance at my feed will tell you that really means something.


  • Nice to see a new character. And actually adults. And not costumed superheroes. Sure this is a mystic native american western so not especially breaking new ground. But well written and drawn and with interesting characters. And I don't think I've ever seen someone catch a taser wire. Hopefully there's more of this coming.






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