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The premise is simple: Someone has transported them from the Marvel Universe to our own, and they plan to take over this defenseless planet. I can see why the original concept involved photography, and as much as I despise every bit of fumetti I have seen, it might have been interesting to see what the Marvel characters would look like in our reality.
In photographic reality, at least.
I don't know why Marvel abandoned the plan, but my guess is that either the expense for quality photographic realism was too great or the audience too jaded; after all, if you've ever been to a comic convention, you know what the Marvel characters look like in our reality, and it's not a pretty picture. With Edwards, we get an artist who can draw realistic settings, expressive children, and menacing costumed-clad villains who look book threatening and ridiculous at the same time. All of those factors contribute to the quality of the visual narrative here, and while the photographic experiment might have been interesting, Edwards makes the comic good.
Maybe even great. His expressive brushwork imbues each character with personality and manages to make the appearances of the Marvel characters seem surreal, rather than simply odd or corny.
Edwards also adds a darkness and mystery to the series that's essential to the plot: Mark Millar's script implies that it's really happening, the story of a young boy, a comic book fan -- and quite a different sort of comic fan from the one we see in "Kick-Ass" -- who's sneaking around in the dark with a flashlight, trying to see more of these mysterious costumed characters who have appeared in his neighborhood.
The setting is for a reason: Millar's "" is very much like an 80s Spielberg film: One of the reasons "Marvels" was such a success, besides the painted artwork of Alex Ross, was that it helped to re-establish the strangeness and wonder of the Marvel characters.
When they're punching each other, hanging out at their headquarters, or chasing Skrulls around, it's difficult to remember how fascinating each of these characters can be.