In lieu of an actual “Juggernaut” collection, we’re gonna look at each part of this interesting transformation individually! 🙂
SwitchBlade breaks into the Sanctum Santorium but GR cannot follow… there are mystical barriers that only the Demogorge was powerful enough to bypass, thanks to Modred’s magic.
Acts of Vengeance was a 1989-1990 crossover that spanned most of the Marvel Comics titles and effected them with varying degrees of severity — though not a steadfast rule, it can generally be said that the closer a book was to the then-Avengers status-quo, the more it was affected.
Hoo boy, now here’s a comic I could have probably skipped. And nobody — nobody — would have minded.
Alright, with “Wizard War” we’re just rounding past the third mark of the Darkhold series as a whole, and it hasn’t disappointed us yet. Issue 6 is the first part of a two-issue story that serves to, in many ways, close out the first story-arc of this fledgling Marvel horror series.
There’s really an issue to be made here of heroes that use lethal tactics against villains that they — really –shouldn’t be lethal against. For example: guns shouldn’t be lethal against a character like the Juggernaut, so should the X-Men use guns against the Juggernaut? That one’s a fairly obvious “no.”
Huh. Now here we have another weird case. While all Darkhold issues have bled into each other in some way, shape or form, issue #5 comes the closest to being a standalone issue thus far.