Infinity #6

infinity #6

Written by: Jonathen Hickman 

Art by: Jim Cheung 

Cover by: Adam Kubert 

Released: November 27, 2013 

With the builders out of the picture Jonathen can devote the whole issue about battling for earth. This issue is full of memorable moments such as when Thor and Thanos go face to face against eachother. The funny thing is that not even the avengers defeat Thanos but Thanos’ own son stops his madness. This showed us that Thane is more powerful than Thanos could get dream of. This book was a solid good and amazing end the the Infinity series. My favriot part is when the avengers show up to fight Thanos!

like I said before this issue is just packed with memorable moments.  Jim Cheung returns to bookend the series, with a bit of assistance from Dustin Weaver. This arrangement works well enough, as Weaver’s style falls the closest in line with Cheung’s of the entire Infinity art crew. This issue isn’t quite as striking as the first was, mainly because there are several inkers tackling Cheung’s pencils to varying levels of success and clarity. Still, Cheung and Weaver expertly capture all the spectacle and physical of this grand finale. I would rate this book a 10/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling!


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Infinity #5

infinity #5

Written by: Jonathen Hickman 

Art by: Jerome Opena, Dustin Weaver

Cover by: Adam Kubert 

Released: October 30, 2013

After the last issue Thor gave hope to everyone. He showed that the planets could be taken back and that’s what this issue was about. Captain America and the Avengers help the other Aliens defeat the builders.Meanwhile, Thanos and his crew have made it into the Wakanda Necropolis where the Illuminati have hidden a bomb destructive enough to wipe out Earth, and are now attempting to set it off. Black Bolt, the King of the Inhumans, is tied up to a very specifically designed restraining device and Thane, son of Thanos, is captured in the Inhuman city Orollan by Thanos’ tool, Ebony Maw. The Illuminati stage an attack when Thanos leaves and Thanos and Thane’s first meeting is fairly uninteresting. Spaceships carrying the Avengers show up to Earth.

I felt like this issue was rushed. It all happend to quick but then again it was a really good issue. Just one last issue left to wrap it all up. Jonathen Hickman does a great job at telling the story with out the tie-in and Opena and Weaver do an amazing job with the artwork. I would rate this book a 9/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling!


Infinity #4

infinity #4

Written by: Jonathen Hickman 

Art by: Jerome Opena, Dustin Weaver 

Cover by: Adam Kubert 

Released: October 9, 2013 

Thanos is looking for his son Thane while also fighting Black Bolt. Mean while in space Captain America has come up with a brilliant plan to kill one of the Builders. His plan does succeed. This book was really intense and full of thrill! It was a really good issue. The artwork as usual was on point. I liked this book because it gives us hope that the heroes can defeat the builders. I would rate this book a 9/10 that’s all for today and as always keep on marveling!

Infinity: Avengers Assemble #19

Infinity: Avengers Assemble #19

Written by: Kelly Sue DeConnick

Art by: Barry Kitson 

Cover by: Jorge Molina 

Released: September 25, 2013

Spider-woman and Black Widow must team up to save Clint and the rest of the captured heroes. This issue was the perspective of Spider-woman and Black Widow and how they saved Hawkeye. It was intresting to see thier perspective and what happend. The book was really interesting and had tons of action and tons of love going on. Nothing big realy happend so I’m going to rap it up. I would rate this book a 8/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling!

Infinity: Thunderbolts #15

Infinity: Thunderbolts #15

Written by: Charles Soule 

Art by: Jefte Palo

Cover by: Kris Anka 

Released: September 18, 2013

The Thunderbolts are trying to find out where the Paguros are and just when they find out, Thanos forces come crashing down in the middle of their mission. Venom thinks they should help but castle just wants to stick with the mission. 

This issue did a lot better than the previous one. I also said that I didn’t like the new team. Well this issue gave me new perspective of the team, and I actually like them more. Deadpool was funny as usual. Everyone was funny at one point so that’s a plus. Although I still like the old Thunderblots team better im starting to like this team more. Although this issue had a lot of talking it did a good job at keeping me hooked on. In all I would rate this book a 8/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling!


Infinity: Heist #1

Infinity: Heist #1

Written by: Frank Tieri 

Art by: Al Barrionuevo 

Cover by: Alé Garza 

Released: September 25, 2013 

While the avengers and almost every super hero are in space fighting the Builders only a few are left on earth volnerable and an easy target to kill such as Iron Man. Spymaster, Blizz, Whirlwind. And a few other villains have plotted a way to kill Iron Man and get his suits so then later on they can sell them. 

This issue was pretty good. There wasn’t any action except in the bingning. Although there was a lot of chatting the chatting was intresting and not boring. The art work was okay could of been better. I would rate this issue a 7.5/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling!

Infinity The Hunt #1

infinity the Hunt #1

Written by: Matt Kindt 

Art by: Steven Sanders 

Cover by: Slava Pasarin 

Released: September 11, 2013

Hank Pym, She-Hulk, and Wolverine are presenting to the Students of the marvel universe a contest called “Contest Of Chapions” this contest is a way to see who is the strongest and bravest of all the earth. From Wakanda to the Jean grey school to the Avengers Acadamy and so on but this contest is not only to see who is the strongest but to unite all the schools and come as one. While this presentation is happining Thanos’ forces decend on earth but what do the young heroes have to do with him? 

I liked this issue a lot actually!! One of the reasons I liked it is because I actually play the game “Contest Of Chapions” (it’s really fun join my alliance if you want “DTMWM”) I liked it because now I know how it all happend. This issue also had tuns of humor in it as as well. The artwork done by sanders is amazing too. I don’t see many artist who still draw like this, when I see art like this I get so happy because it’s just phenomenal. In all I would rate this book a 8.5/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling!

Infinity: Mighty Avengers #1

Infinity: Mighty Avengers #1

Written by: Al Ewing 

Art by: Greg Land 

Cover by: Greg Land 

Released: September 11, 2013 

It’s not uncommon for Marvel to use a major event comic as a springboard to launch an ongoing series. It worked pretty well for Matt Fraction and Ariel Olivetti’s Punisher: War Journal and Daniel Way and Paco Medina’s Deadpool, both of which lasted for years after their respective events had wrapped up. As long as a series can establish its own sense of identity and voice amid all the crossover shenanigans and spectacle, what’s the harm? Mighty Avengers is the latest ongoing series to see the same treatment. This newest Avengers squad assembles just in time to dive into the events of Infinity and square off with Thanos’ Black Order. And even though it seems like this industry needs another Avengers comic like Batman needs another dead Robin, Mighty does manage to establish that voice and identity in its first issue. This issue wasn’t that exciting. I would rate this book a 7/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling!

Infinity: Avengers #20

Infinity: Avengers #20

Written by: Jonathen Hickman 

Art by: Leinil Francis Yu

Cover by: Leinil Francis Yu 

Released: September 25, 2013

About half of this issue is dedicated to the Ex Nihilo/Abyss subplot. I was excited to see what happens with them and what their next move would be. From what I understood I believe they are turning against the builders. 

 it seemed strange for the Alephs to go down with a single hit when at the beginning of this series it took the whole team to bring down just one. But Leinil Francis Yu draws the action so well that it’s hard to complain. His imagery reeks of sci-fi epicness, making it a perfect fit for the likes of the muscular Gladiator, the giant Jabba the Hutt head that is the Supreme Intelligence, and the gathering of the Gardeners. With that being said I would rate this book a 8/10 that’s all for now and as always keep on marveling!


Inifinity: Avengers #19

Inifinity: Avengers #19

Written by: Jonathen Hickman 

Art by: Leinil Francis Yu

Cover by: Ienil Francis Yu 

Released: September 11, 2013 

This issue focuses on captain Marvels captured team and on the remaining heroes trying to win this war. Captain Marvel ups her badass factor another level this issue. She’s been selected for interrogation by the Builders and in the face of death she’s a stone cold quip-machine. The remaining heroes try to plot an attack on the Builders. While they are talking J-Son talks to the Builders only to make a mistake. This issue is very intense and exciting. Yu gives us an issue full of amazing looking Aliens and floating space ships. Even the land where cap and the rest of the members were look amazing. With this being said I would rate this book a 8/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling!