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General Ursus has always hated and feared mankind. Get a glimpse at his rise through the ranks to General and what experiences brought him to the Forbidden Zone. When a strange talking human appears in Ape City, General Ursus and Doctor Zaius clash as to what they must do next: study the strange creature or destroy him? Why does Ursus so passionately want to hide any glimme General Ursus has always hated and feared mankind. Get a glimpse at his rise through the ranks to General and what experiences brought him to the Forbidden Zone. When a strange talking human appears in Ape City, General Ursus and Doctor Zaius clash as to what they must do next: study the strange creature or destroy him? Why does Ursus so passionately want to hide any glimmer of human intelligence? What secret does Doctor Zaius hold over Ursus? The truth lies in Ursus’ past, when he first encountered Zaius, and the dark incident that set them on their path. Set in the world of the classic Planet of the Apes films, discover what drives the fiercest enemy of man: General Ursus. Written by the critically acclaimed David Walker (Luke Cage) and illustrated by Christopher Mooneyham (Five Ghosts) and Lalit Kumar Sharma (Witchblade) discover the truth hidden deep in the Forbidden Zone, and in Ursus past!


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General Ursus has always hated and feared mankind. Get a glimpse at his rise through the ranks to General and what experiences brought him to the Forbidden Zone. When a strange talking human appears in Ape City, General Ursus and Doctor Zaius clash as to what they must do next: study the strange creature or destroy him? Why does Ursus so passionately want to hide any glimme General Ursus has always hated and feared mankind. Get a glimpse at his rise through the ranks to General and what experiences brought him to the Forbidden Zone. When a strange talking human appears in Ape City, General Ursus and Doctor Zaius clash as to what they must do next: study the strange creature or destroy him? Why does Ursus so passionately want to hide any glimmer of human intelligence? What secret does Doctor Zaius hold over Ursus? The truth lies in Ursus’ past, when he first encountered Zaius, and the dark incident that set them on their path. Set in the world of the classic Planet of the Apes films, discover what drives the fiercest enemy of man: General Ursus. Written by the critically acclaimed David Walker (Luke Cage) and illustrated by Christopher Mooneyham (Five Ghosts) and Lalit Kumar Sharma (Witchblade) discover the truth hidden deep in the Forbidden Zone, and in Ursus past!

32 review for Planet of the Apes: Ursus

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tim

    A fascinating character study of General Ursus, Planet of the Apes: Ursus was a great read. The story covers a lot of ground, covering the events of the first two films (and in doing so explains where Ursus was during the events of the first) as well as flashing back to Ursus' youth and following the events that turned him into the bitter, hardened gorilla he is. Walker really shines here, instead of just playing Ursus up as a human hating monster, he actually makes him a sympathetic figure who e A fascinating character study of General Ursus, Planet of the Apes: Ursus was a great read. The story covers a lot of ground, covering the events of the first two films (and in doing so explains where Ursus was during the events of the first) as well as flashing back to Ursus' youth and following the events that turned him into the bitter, hardened gorilla he is. Walker really shines here, instead of just playing Ursus up as a human hating monster, he actually makes him a sympathetic figure who experiences a great deal of loss (and some pretty hardcore brainwashing) early in his life. It's those events that lead to Ursus as he's seen in the second movie. The art is outstanding, Chris Mooneyham handles the art for the first three issues and Lalit Kumar Sharma does the final three. Despite the artist change halfway through, the book maintains a singular visual identity of more traditional cartooning for the present day and water colors for the flashbacks. I wasn't familiar with Sharma's work before reading this, but his style was perfect to pick up where Mooneyham left off. All in all this series was very aesthetically pleasing and easy on the eyes. I'd say this is a can't miss book for any fans of the franchise.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    Best Ape series since Hardmann and Bechko... more Kananaios!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rob Schamberger

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bob

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    Linton

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    Lee

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    Nick Zambrano

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    Dave Sammath

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    Chris Walker

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    Keith Miles

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    Nate Grann

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    Shane Jenkins

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    Ash S Walker

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    Jennifer

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    Lauren Paletta

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    Matt Goode

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    Jonathan Anderson

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    Ming Wei

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    Gerson Filho

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    Kaitee Yu

  30. 4 out of 5

    Max Washington

  31. 4 out of 5

    Matt

  32. 4 out of 5

    James Moutopoulos

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