What a missed opportunity, all to fight some generic would-be terrorists.
In lieu of an actual “Juggernaut” collection, we’re gonna look at each part of this interesting transformation individually! 🙂
So here we have two very similarly-named pieces of fiction, both designed to capitalize on the immense popularity of both Venom and Wolverine by pitting them both against each other.
So once again I find myself making up a collection out of the uncollected sections of the X-Men’s history during the late ’90s, and more than any other time, I have to wonder: why? This is a sprawling, epic story that leads from the desperation and anti-mutant fear that occurred as a result of the Onslaught storyline.
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.
Spider-Man: Drowned in Thunder by Christopher L. Bennett My rating: 1 of 5 stars I go on and on anytime the subject comes up about the Time’s Arrow trilogy by […]
Sounds like it could be interesting, right? I thought so too, which is why I picked up this mini-series and gave it a read.