GOD OF FEAR, GOD OF WAR PART 1 Baron Strucker and Norman Osborn team up to drive out the Marvel Universe's ultimate covert superteam. Prepare for the Dark Avengers and the Thunderbolts vs. the Secret Warriors!
Again, I can't say I'm happy at the direction Secret Warriors takes with this issue, but I suppose it was only a matter of time before Dark Reign seeped into these pages. The issue did convince me to return to Thunderbolts after abandoning that series during its crossover with Deadpool, so I suppose in that regard it did its job. And with Hickman and Bendis at the helm, there's no reason to believe this series will suffer any significant dip in quality. Read Full Review
I trust in Hickman's ability to construct an intelligent, science-fiction tinged spy story that could quite possibly be the definitive Nick Fury adventure. The only thing stopping it from happening is you. Read Full Review
It's still a good issue and a fantastic comic, but it's hard not to see this as a transitional comic, setting up a crossover and a Dark Reign-related conflict. It's a book that'll read better as a chapter in a trade. Also, Vitti, while good,isn't in Casselli's league. Read Full Review
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