Thanos: A God Up There Listening #1

Thanos: A God Up There Listening #1

Writer: Rob Williams Artist: Mast Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 2, 2014 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 5
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In the aftermath of INFINITY, Thane must come to terms with the knowledge that he is the son of Thanos. But when he is offered a route to the past to see his father's black work firsthand, can he retain his humanity? And what is the dark secret residing in The Mad Titan's war against Ego The Living Planet?

  • 8.2
    Comic Book Herald - Dave Aug 31, 2014

    All in all, a fun cosmic throwdown, and an essential bit of continuity if you're interested in Thane following the events of Infinity. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Nuts - Abony Maw Oct 11, 2014

    Slow start to a telling of Thanos' backstory from a new perspective. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Spectrum - Shawn Hoklas Oct 14, 2014

    If you're a mega fan of Thanos and his mythology, you may want to read this story the way it was originally intended, digitally. Even then the story seemed to lack clear direction. On the printed page, and for casual fans of Thanos, this is something that is very easily “missable”. For my own self, it's a story I could have skipped and I won't be back for more. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Jul 7, 2014

    "Thanos: A God Up There Listening" #1 doesn't do much to make Thane a convincingly interesting character. He mostly seems to be the key to unlocking yet another Thanos story more than being the star of his own adventure. Williams makes some really inexplicable leaps for the character, and reflecting on why Thane makes a few of these choices just raises more questions and reduces the reading equity. With Thanos set to take center stage in the next installment, I'm curious if the story will forget about Thane or eventually return to give the character a little more development. "Thanos: A God Up There Listening" #1 is a nice deviation in the form of an Infinite Comic, but it could be improved. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Newsarama - Edward Kaye Oct 9, 2014

    This is the latest of Marvel's digital "Infinite" comics to see print, and like many of its predecessors, the story does little to impress and just feels like filler designed to keep readers clicking through the flashy panel transitions. Read Full Review

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