Skrull Kill Krew #1
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Skrull Kill Krew #1

Writer: Adam Felber Artist: Mark Robinson Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 22, 2009 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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THE INVASION AIN’T DONE UNTIL THE FAT SKRULL SINGS! Pulled from the ashes of 1994, straight to the 21st century, the Skrull Kill Krew is back…more brutal than ever! Television writer and novelist Adam Felber (HBO’s REAL TIME; Schrodinger’s Cat) and superstar artist Paulo Siqueira (Ms.Marvel; Amazing Spider-Man) bring you a disturbing and violent tale of a man with a couple of big guns and a bunch of alien shape shifters who harkens back to the earliest days of the Marvel Universe. Pull up a chain gun and join us, won’t you? Rated T+ …$3.99

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Charles Webb/Michael Colbert Apr 21, 2009

    The best way to describe Skrull Kill Krew is "snarky fun." Skrull Kill Krew has made the leap into the 'oughts with a keen sense of what works now. Now all we have to fear is the inevitable "Creed" reunion. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Resources - Timothy Callahan Apr 26, 2009

    In look and attitude, this comic seems less like something that's a sequel to a Morrison/Millar series and more like something that could have launched as part of Marvel's "Tsunami" line earlier in this decade, but this would have been one of the better comics from that largely ill-fated bunch, and I look forward to reading more of Felber and Robinson's take on the "Skrull Kill Krew." Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Apr 30, 2009

    Well, THAT was unexpected... Though it does explain why he, and only he, survived the "mutation" that killed the rest of the Krew. There are some issues with the storytelling here, as the art has moments of clarity, and the whole premise feels a bit out of sync, what with the Secret Invasion over. You wonder why HAMMER isn't taking out all these Skrull nests for the good publicity, right? It's not a bad book at all, but not really anything that leaps up and grabs you by the throat either. The dialogue isservicable (though a scene with the African-American Ryder requesting "Crackers!" in the diner and being misunderstood is a little cringe-worthy) and the overall effect, even from the big reveal at the end. The original SKK was the brainchild of Grant Morrison and Mark Millar, and had a wicked edge throughout, while this one seems somewhat defanged. Perhaps the rest of the issues will change my mind, but Skrull Kill Krew #1 ranks an undecided (but not unmoved) 2.5 out of Read Full Review

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