La guerra dell'infinito trova la sua degna celebrazione in un'edizione extra-lusso con cover in ecopelle ed effetti metallizzati. Rivivete le avventure scritte da Jim Starlin in attesa di vedere come volgeranno gli eventi dopo Avengers: Infinity War! Contiene "Infinity Gauntlet" #1/6, "Infinity War" #1/6, "Infinity Crusade" #1/6.
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- Data di uscita: 18-04-2019
Warning: for those of you looking for a comic relating to the Infinity War movie, keep on moving. I can't imagine this will have much of anything in common with it other than the name. Ok. What you need to ask yourself before you dig this up is whether or not you're a big fan of Marvel's cosmic stor Leggi tutto
WAR! What is it good for? Absolutely nothing except for comic book crossovers and as the climactic film in a cinematic universe. If you’re one of those folks who like the Marvel movies but haven’t read the comics then you might think that this would be the basis for the upcoming Avengers: Infinity Wa Leggi tutto
I’m not going to spend 5,000 words reviewing a nearly 25-year-old major Marvel cosmic crossover (hey, it can almost rent a car—milestone!), but I’ll make a few brief points: 1) I can’t decide if I like this because I snort nostalgia like I think Christian Slater’s character would snort the ashes of Leggi tutto
If you're looking for the story behind Avengers: Infinity War, you're actually looking in the wrong place. You actually want to read Infinity Gauntlet instead. Infinity War is actually the sequel to Infinity Gauntlet in the comics. When Adam Warlock had Godlike powers in Infinity Gauntlet he split of Leggi tutto
The Magus, Warlock and Thanos all in one book, what more could you ask for? As with most of Starlins’ work it stands their test of time as a great cosmic story. I recently just watched infinity war which was fantastic and you can see that Gamora’s relationship with Thanos is influenced by this book. Leggi tutto
I really liked Starlin's other big, cosmic crossovers, but this one just didn't do it for me. There are some golden moments (Doom and Kang working together while both plot betraying the other is brilliant and dead on) but overall it had the effect of trying too hard. And the central idea that drives Leggi tutto
At the end of The Infinity Gauntlet , Adam Warlock had taken control of the Gauntlet and essentially became a (or maybe the) god. In order to rule emotionlessly he divested himself of good and evil, which unbeknownst to him became the respective personifications known as the Goddess and the Magus. Af Leggi tutto
EDIT: I just finished writing this review, but realized I neglected to mention one thing: the issues in this book are not arranged in chronological order, which is kind of ridiculous. If you'd like to read them in approximate order (I say "approximate" because some of the issues overlap, and it's ha Leggi tutto
An almost 4 star book. Doppelgangers,Magus going from afro to man bun....and epic fights through out.
Kind of milking the whole Infinity Gauntlet thing. Thought it was too long and bloated. No real surprises. Not too impressed.
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