ATLAS (MARVEL) (2010) #4 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Atlas (2010) #4
"The Return of the Three Dimensional Man: Part Four" is written by Jeff Parker and drawn by Gabriel Hardman. Earth has been invaded. The intruders are incredibly powerful aliens capable of possessing the bodies of the living much like demons do. They also desperately want Del Garrett, the 3-D Man, for reasons known only to them. Lucky for Del, he has recently become allied with Atlas, the group of 1950s heroes working in secret for the good of mankind beneath the streets of San Francisco. But the aliens have taken over Namora, Atlas' Atlantean princess, and they are using her incredible strength to make short work of our heroes as our story begins.

The Uranian puts up a solid defense, using the vast powers of his mind to cloud the perceptions of the alien invaders and hold Namora at bay temporarily. But mental combat is a tricky business: often the attacker is left just as vulnerable as the defender and the Uranian falls suddenly. His mental guard slips, revealing his true not-quite-human nature, but one alien is captured. In order to learn more about their foes, Atlas takes a journey into the mind of their captive and finds a weirdly parallel world in which Atlas and the Avengers are one team! Don't miss Part Five of this saga written by Parker with art by Ramon Rosanas.

Publisher: MarvelTitle: ATLAS (MARVEL) (2010)
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