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INFINITY WAR GRAPHIC NOVEL

3.69 (2887 ratings by Goodreads)

INFINITY WAR GRAPHIC NOVEL

3.69 (2887 ratings by Goodreads)
COLLECTING INFINITY WAR #1-6, MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS #108-111, AND WARLOCK AND THE INFINITY WATCH #7-10
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Written by JIM STARLINPenciled by RON LIM, TOM RANEY, ANGEL MEDINA& SHAWN MCMANUSCover by RON LIMAfter Adam Warlock's return in INFINITY GAUNTLET, his worse half -- the Magus --wasn't far behind! The struggle for ultimate power over the universe continues when a stockpile of evil twins overwhelm the Fantastic Four, the Avengers, the X-Men, the New Warriors, Alpha Flight and more! Will the universe be saved, destroyed...or both? Collects INFINITY WAR #1-6, MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS #108-111 and WARLOCK AND THE INFINITY WATCH #7-10.
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9780785121053
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Writer: Jim Starlin

Artist: Ron Lim

Publisher: MARVEL COMICS

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An enjoyable, if forgettable, follow-up Review by Ryan
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Having thoroughly enjoyed Infinity Gauntlet, I was interested to see how its sequel, Infinity War, held up. It's an enjoyable read, featuring all manner of things: superheroes, evil clones, the Infinity Gems, Thanos, Adam Warlock, and the dark Magus, that comes together to form a pretty coherent story. Starlin's writing is again good to read, and the various characters all feel like individuals rather than one entity. However, it's slightly disappointing when compared to its predecessor. The plot isn't as original, and relies too much on Infinity Gauntlet's story to back it up. The Magus is a good villain, but doesn't hold a candle to the Mad Titan. That being said, it's a fun comic, and I'd still recommend reading it if you enjoyed Infinity Gauntlet. (Posted on 14/04/2021)
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