Thanos: The Infinity Finale #1

Thanos: The Infinity Finale #1

Writer: Jim Starlin Artist: Ron Lim Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 6, 2016 Cover Price: $24.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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After REVELATION and RELATIVITY comes a grand Finale to Jim Starlin's new Infinity trilogy! Desperate times called for mad measures. Facing checkmate in his latest grand game of cosmic chess, Thanos took himself off the board - violently. Yet, for the paramour of Death, oblivion is so often temporary. Now the Titan is back - but the galaxy has been ravaged in his absence. Annihilus, lord of the Negative Zone, is harnessing the godlike power of Adam Warlock to wage genocide across the universe. Only a handful of heroes, and one or two villains, still stand. Will those few that remain choose between two evils and ally themselves with Thanos? Even that might not be enough to avert the total annihilation of everything there is. And this time, the obliteration of all time and space may truly be the end...
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  • 9.0
    AiPT! - David Brooke May 5, 2016

    This is by all accounts a comic book story that will bring you back to the heyday of Marvel Comics. Thanos' journey is a fun one as he fights with his fists and his mind, and must use every part of his prowess to make it all the way to the end. This story is by every definition awesome. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Newsarama - Justin Partridge Apr 13, 2016

    While it may serve as the latest installment of a long-running story cycle, the Thanos: The Infinity Finale OGN feels wholly singular, yet representative of one of Marvel's most innovative eras of storytelling. Jim Starlin, Ron Lim, Andy Smith, and Guru-eFX have all converged to deliver a story that feels displaced in time in the best possible way. Though the characters that we all know and love are present, The Infinity Finale reads like a book that could have been right at home right beside the original Adam Warlock and Thanos epics. The Marvel universe is a big place, but The Infinity Finale reminds readers than that there are bigger things, and beings, out there in the expanse. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Big Comic Page - Craig Neilson-Adams May 7, 2016

    Overall though, in spite of its occasional flaws, and the fact that this is definitely a book that requires more than one read-through to fully wrap your head around, theres no denying that Starlins mixture of dense prose and mind-expanding, poetic storyline beats " not to mention the absolutely jaw-dropping artwork " make THANOS: THE INFINITY FINALE a truly memorable and highly recommended experience. Read Full Review

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