Secret Wars #4 Review (2015)

Was God once a man? You know… before being God. Like the last issue, this reviewer brought up the parallel to the creation story in the Bible to Jonathan Hickman’s SECRET WARS and noticed a few similarities. However, the Bible only speaks of the creation of “our” universe. So, and this critic poses the question, was God once a man? Let’s dive into SECRET WARS #4 by Jonathan Hickman and explore what comes out on the other side! Continue reading Secret Wars #4 Review (2015)

SECRET WARS #2 Retro Review (2015)

As the last issue came to an end, fans saw a valiant effort by Reed Richards 616 to save his family, as well as many scientists and figureheads of ”their” Marvel Universe to repopulate the human race. However, Reed’s lifeboat was ripped apart sending his family to their death inches away from Mister Fantastic’s fingertips. Additionally, all parallel world’s have been destroyed and a bright nothingness is all that remained, except for one image as issue one ended… the image of Doom! With at least 7 issues to go, what’s next in the story with absolutely nothing in existence? Let’s go take a look! Continue reading SECRET WARS #2 Retro Review (2015)

Secret Wars #1 (2015) Retro Review

After months of build-up to this event, as well as years of Marvel Comic’s History, SECRET WARS #1 was released on May 6th, 2015 with nonstop action, intensity, and heart-racing drama that this reviewer hasn’t seen in a comic since. Everything in this issue felt important, had weight, horrific consequences, awful heroic choices, and felt like it’s impact to the Marvel Comic landscape would be felt for years to come. Ultimately, every reader wants to feel like what they’re reading is validated and important. After this issue, there is no doubt all Marvel Comic fans will feel the gut-punch straight from Jonathan Hickman himself. So, let’s dive into this first issue and see what the fuss is all about! Continue reading Secret Wars #1 (2015) Retro Review