Silver Surfer: Black

Silver Surfer: Black

Spinning out of GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, almost the entire galaxy's defenders have been blown through a black hole, including the Silver Surfer! But the story doesn't end there...In order to fight back the oblivion, Surfer will have to fight to save his own soul and not lose himself to the void. Follow the Sentinel of the Spaceways on a journey that will change him forever!

COLLECTING: Silver Surfer: Black 1-5

Title:Silver Surfer: Black
ISBN:9781302917432
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    Silver Surfer: Black Reviews

  • Dan Schwent

    As the Silver Surfer possibly faces his death at the hands of Knull, he recalls the first time he battled the dark god...I'm not the world's biggest fan of the Silver Surfer, although I loved the Stan...

  • Paul E. Morph

    This book... wow. This book is an absolute work of art. Tradd Moore’s artwork (enhanced by Dave Stewart’s stunning colours) is jaw-droppingly beautiful. And the story by Donny Cates... well, this ...

  • Cheese

    Donny Cates is defitnely now my current favourite marvel writer. I’m also glad they are utilising independent artists. This guy Tradd Moore did the art for Justin Jordan’s - Luther Strode. I don...

  • James DeSantis

    Wow...So if read Guardians issue 1 you'll know Silver Surfer got sucked into some black hole and never to be seen again. The end. However, we now have the answer to what happened. This strange, weird,...

  • Malum

    Fantastic Silver Surfer story with fun, trippy art. This was even great despite it being another title where Marvel shoves cheap Thanos knockoff and 90s Image comics character look alike Knull down ou...

  • Anthony

    This was pretty fantastic. And while I haven't been a big Tradd Moore fan up to now, his style is very suited to this kind of book. It's visually bonkers at times in the best possible sense. Part of m...

  • Matthew Quann

    Despite the fact that this is Donny Cates, who I've really appreciated in the past, the main draw here is Tradd Moore's incomparable art style packaged in a "Marvel treasury edition." Really, it's jus...

  • Alex Sarll

    Tradd Moore and Dave Stewart have created something beautiful here - a kinetic, psychedelic odyssey into cosmic strangeness, the sort of thing Kirby might have wrought if his blockiness ever softened ...

  • Rory Wilding

    At the end of their cosmic miniseries, the two creators behind Silver Surfer: Black dedicates the book to Stan Lee, who may not have created the Silver Surfer – that credit goes to Jack Kirby during...

  • Jess

    This book is all about Tradd Moore’s incredible art. His thick, fluid lines and wild color patterns are a perfect fit for a cosmic fable about the Silver Surfer’s confrontation with the beginning ...