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Marvel Illustrated Kidnapped 1

Cover to Marvel Illustrated: Kidnapped! #1

Marvel Illustrated: Kidnapped! is published by Marvel Comics under their Marvel Illustrated imprint. Current price per issue is $3.99.

Publication DatesEdit

Last IssueEdit

Marvel Illustrated: Kidnapped! #4: 04 Feb 2009

Current IssueEdit

Marvel Illustrated: Kidnapped! #5: 04 Mar 2009

Next IssueEdit

none

StatusEdit

Five-issue mini-series.

CharactersEdit

Main CharactersEdit

  • David Balfour

AlliesEdit

EnemiesEdit

  • Ebenezer

Minor CharactersEdit

Other Characters/Places/ThingsEdit

Recent StorylinesEdit

Marvel Illustrated: Kidnapped! #5 Edit

This is the current issue, and therefore no story information will be posted about this issue. Please check your local comic shop for copies of this issue.

Marvel Illustrated: Kidnapped! #4 Edit

Marvel Illustrated: Kidnapped! #3 Edit

Marvel Illustrated: Kidnapped! #2 Edit

Marvel Illustrated: Kidnapped! #1 Edit

Past StorylinesEdit

CollectionsEdit

HardcoversEdit

  • Kidnapped! - Collects #1-5. "Young David Balfour’s parents are dead and he now wants to see the world. He learns that his father’s brother, Ebenezer, may have killed his brother for the estate. It appears Ebenezer wants David out of the way, and will go to any length, perhaps even murder. His troubles are only beginning." - WorldCat - ISBN 0785136304

Trade PaperbacksEdit

  • Kidnapped! - Collects #1-5. "Young David Balfour tries to claim his rightful inheritance from a treacherous uncle determined not to share it—and is kidnapped aboard a ship bound for the American colonies, where he’ll be delivered into slavery. He escapes in the company of a dynamic Scottish rebel named Alan Breck Stewart, and the two of them forge a powerful and memorable friendship—fighting all foes side by side, and triumphing in the end." - WorldCat - ISBN 0785135324

HistoryEdit

Leftover Useful InformationEdit

Creative TeamEdit

Writer: Roy Thomas, Based on the Novel by Robert Louis Stevenson. Artist: Mario Gully. Covers: Gerald Parel.

Publishing HistoryEdit

First published in 2008.

Future Publication DatesEdit

Dates subject to change at the whims of the publisher or distributor. Please see the Diamond Shipping Lists for current information.

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