Red Skull #5

Red Skull #5

Writer: Gregory Pak Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 30, 2011 Critic Reviews: 1
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History, destiny, and tragedy collide, as young Johann Schmidt reaches his apotheosis…and the Third Reich climbs to the regrettable heights of its terrible power. A tremendous evil is unleashed on the world, and humanity will never be the same for it again. A powerful and sobering story of human evil reaches its chilling conclusion, by Greg Pak (MAGNETO: TESTAMENT) and Mirko Colak (SECRET WARRIORS).

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    Comic Vine - Mat 'Inferiorego' Elfring Nov 30, 2011

    The only tough decision I'm having is deciding if this or MAGNETO: TESTAMENT is my favorite mini-series from Marvel. RED SKULL is an amazing backstory to an amazing, classic Marvel villain. It's a fantastic story and you'll find yourself glued to the pages of the book. The art is fantastic and so is the perspective within the panels. The book feels very cinematic, and it has a great flow to it. Many cover artists don't get the credit they deserve and David Aja is a man who deserves some sort of award for his cover creations on this series. The only thing I didn't like about this issue was the fact the ads really broke the story up. I highly recommend this issue and more so, this series. It's one of the best books to come out of Marvel in years. Read Full Review

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