Although the book ends, it really doesn't. This left me scratching my head. Kirkman's pacing is almost non-existent. Either that or he's experimenting like a mad scientist. MTU doesn't follow the normal three acts of other works. It veers from formula, and I'm still not absolutely certain about whether or not the deviation is a good thing. In any case, Kirkman picks up a dropped stitch for this web of intrigue when Spidey and Wolvie pop in on Nick Fury at the SHIELD Helicarrier. Things we discover are not what they seem in Quasar's neck of the woods, and ultimately what we've got here is a really fun mess. Read Full Review
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