Thanos: Infinity: The Infinity Siblings #1

Writer: Jim Starlin Artist: Alan Davis Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 4, 2018 Cover Price: $24.99 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
8.0Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

Jim Starlin and Alan Davis return in the first volume of a new trilogy! The Mad Titan has everything he ever wanted - but satisfaction is not in Thanos' vocabulary. When a temporal distortion on Titan draws his attention, he finds the purpose he's been searching for: saving himself! An old enemy lurks in the far future, and it will take the combined wits of Thanos, his brother Eros and time-travel master Kang the Conqueror to stop it - and save the Multiverse. But there are other players in this cosmic chess game - and Thanos may find himself outmatched! What lies ahead for the so-called Avatar of Death?
Rated T+

  • 8.0
    ComiConverse - Mitch Nissen Apr 25, 2018

    Thanos: The Infinity Siblings is a feast for the eyes in its art and thought-provoking in writing. Jim Starlin continues building on a 45 year legacy, taking the Mad Titan to new worlds and evolving the character in fresh and natural ways. Twists, turns, and surprises abound, The Infinity Siblings is destined to go down as an essential chapter in the Thanos saga. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    CrazyforRAMU Oct 17, 2018

    Jim Starlin's take on "Thanos forced to work with Future Super-Thanos" is a lot subtler and more ambiguous than Donny Cates's. This story tangles Thanos, Eros, and Kang together in a time-travel mess that has wheels within wheels within wheels. It's cerebral and satisfying and it has solid art. It's rewarding if you buy into it, but it hides its merits pretty deep - it's a cold story.

  • 7.0
    Simon DelMonte Apr 9, 2018

    Bizarrely was able to buy it for 99 cents on Comixology. It's worth more than that, but I feel like, aside from doing some interesting stuff with the rather reprehensible Eros, it covers a lot of ground we've seen before and also suffers from a few of Starlin's writing ticks. Still, no one writes Thanos better. And the art by Davis is what you might expect.

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