Onslaught Book 3 – review

If you’re only interested in the story, skip buying Onslaught: The Complete Epic Book 3 and just wedge a back-issue of X-Man #19 between Books 2 and 4 on your bookshelf.

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“Into Infinity” & “Dark Sides”: Infinity War tie-ins review

What “Into Infinity” does very well is trust the reader straight into the strange epic that was The Infinity War full-speed. The issue starts with a knock-down drag-out battle between Wonder Man and Wolverine, with Wonder Man displaying what could be — as is — construed as anti-mutant language. Darkhawk, Scarlet Witch, and Captain America all try to hold him back and are barely able to do so.

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Avengers Arena: Kill or Die review

Avengers Arena is possibly the most atypical Avengers title that has ever existed, as of this writing. As a part of the Marvel NOW! event written by Dennis Hopeless it featured a cast of sixteen super-powered young heroes being trapped on an Island version of Murder World by Arcade, and being told that they had 30 days to kill each other or face a horrible death themselves.

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New Warriors / Darkhawk: The Breeze of an Underwater Wind review

So yeah, spoilers, I know very little about the New Warriors. I read them mainly in crossovers with other books, because Marvel did crossovers during the ’90s the way Washington DC did crack during the ’80s (re: a lot). I know them through Round Robin, I know them through Shattered Fates, I know them through Child’s Play. I know them through a frightening amount of not-really the best stories, is what I’m driving at here.

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