Infinite Crisis Fight For The Multiverse #9 was a fun read that was a little silly sure, but it had all the elements of a good Silver Age story. We got to see different versions of certain characters, explore Earths that we knew little of and face a crisis that actually feels likes a Crisis. Read Full Review
INFINITE CRISIS #9 continues to be a tie-in and not a lot else. As an artistic anthology, it doesn't hold up because none of the art is of consistent quality across the board. As a consistent adventure, it's largely paint-by-numbers. Maybe it will become an obsessively grand in scope paint-by-numbers story, but we'll see. Read Full Review
Infinite Crisis: Fight for the Multiverse #9 is heavy on action, but light on substance. Abnett's writing feels mailed in and Aco's art, while nice, doesn't fit the book. Then the book ends by telling the reader that everything up until now doesn't matter because the real story is about to begin. That's a heck of a thing to say after nine issues. Read Full Review
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