Let it never be said that lowered expectations were never a good thing, because Total X-Tinction may go down as one of my favorite comics I’ve read as of yet in 2015 and is definitely my favorite Punisher comic thus far.
The art never distracts you, but at the same time you could show me any random panel from any of his books and I would be able to tell you that he drew it. There are few other artists like that in comics, save perhaps Jack Kirby and Ariel Marsh.
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.
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.
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.
I reject this almost on every level.
No Quarter tells the story of the formation of a new band of anti-heroes calling themselves the Thunderbolts