Marvel Zombies Supreme #2

Writer: Frank Marafino Artist: Fernando Blanco Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: March 16, 2011 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
7.5Critic Rating
6.5User Rating

A HUNGER SUPREME! They were the Squadron Supreme, heroes exiled from another dimension to our own…but the twisted science of the Project Pegasus facility infected these defenders with a virulent zombie strain. Now it’s up to Jill Harper’s desperate special ops team to keep the plague contained within the facility—whatever the cost. But Harper discovers that the Squadron wasn’t the only unconscionable experiment being kept off the Pegasus records…and her shocking find may be the key to saving the human race. Join Frank Marrafino (Haunted Tank) and Fernando Blanco (MARVEL ZOMBIES 5, THUNDERBOLTS) as the bodies and unpredictable res more

  • 7.5
    IGN - Mar 16, 2011

    The one thing this series does still lack is an emotional tie. Volumes 3 and 4 were the high point of the franchise not just because of the extreme violence and zany humor, but because readers were actually made to care about heroes like Machine Man as they sliced and diced. Supreme has its moments in that regard, bu for the most part the human players are fairly bland and forgettable. It's hard to say at this point if Frank Marraffino can successfully boost the emotional appeal of the series along with the humor and violence. But as long as those latter two qualities remain present, readers should stay sufficiently entertained through the end. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Ultimate Goblin Apr 21, 2022

    The sunflower guy saves it. Really underestimated character. I wish there could be his ongoing series. That's so stupid, that they created this team only to kill 'em all (except the woman, of course), because they can be sacrificed.

    This comic is really stupid and messy, but this exact issue at least was funny and it's a one breath reading. Plus art is really good. Wasn't that bad, when I lowered my expectations af.

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