This is one of the rare situations where I've actually had no idea where a Marvel story was coming from. I didn't know until today that Bob Layton had a run on Hercules, nor that it was set in the future, nor that this was a follow-up, nor that it was even supposed to be funny. And it is pretty funny. It just revels in the notion of Hercules being this big buffoon. Even if you're aren't familiar with anything about the series, I recommend picking this up for a good laugh. Read Full Review
Again, those that have a history with and a love for this futuristic setting will certainly extract the most enjoyment out of Twilight of a God. But if Marvel hoped to snare a few readers based solely on their love of Incredible Hercules, they'll probably be disappointed. Twilight of a God isn't a bad book. It's simply a slow, plodding one of limited appeal. Read Full Review
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