Revolutionary: War Super Soldiers #1

Revolutionary: War Super Soldiers #1

Event\Storyline: Revolutionary War Writer: Rob Williams Artist: Tom Palmer, Brent Eric Anderson Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: February 26, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Part 5 of "Revolutionary War"
• Some of the most popular heroes of Marvel UK return for SUPERSOLDIERS - and where the Supersoldiers go, trouble isn't far behind!
• It's the Supersoldiers versus Mys-Tech in all-out war!
• When a vast army of Mys-Tech Psycho Wraiths come calling on a small Scottish town, it's up to the Supersoldiers to put them down for good!

  • 4.5
    Geeked Out Nation - Mike Okeke Feb 28, 2014

    If this was supposed to be a rehashing of old stories or some kind of nostalgic “lost issue” from the Marvel UK vaults then perhaps it may have been more enjoyable. However, as a stand alone issue, even assuming that people know roughly what is going on with the whole Revolutionary War mini series, there just isn't a lot here at all in terms of plot, good characters or even fun and exciting action. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Hugo Robberts Lariviere Mar 2, 2014

    Trying to insert too many elements without developing them enough with both the script and the overall artwork, this comic does not make a fine case for the return of the Super Soldiers. There are a few bright spots here and there, but it's not enough to make it a satisfying read. Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Shadowhawk's Shade - Abhinav Jain Mar 10, 2014

    For the art, we have Brent Anderson on pencils, Tom Palmer on the inks, and Ruth Redmond on the colours with VC's Clayton Cowles doing the letters. I'm not really sure about the art. It was serviceable and that's all that I can really say about it. The art is kind of old-school and doesn't really fit in with the story itself, though I suppose some of the narrative themes are reflected in the art, with the whole reminiscing aspect and all. But, I was never taken in with the pencils. They lacked definition and the character's had a very small range of expressions. None of which helped any. The inks and pencils were consequently decent at best. Read Full Review

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