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Secret Wars

– tekijä: Jonathan Hickman, Esad Ribic (Kuvittaja)

Muut tekijät: Alex Ross (Kansikuvataiteilija)

Sarjat: Secret Wars [2015] (0-9)

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The interdimensional Incursions have eliminated each and every dimension one by one - and now, despite the best efforts of the scientists, sages and superhumans of both dimensions, the Marvel Universe and Ultimate Universe have collided with one another... and been destroyed! Now, all that exists in the vast empty cosmos is a single titanic patchwork planet, made of the fragmented remains of hundreds of devastated dimensions: Battleworld! And the survivors of this multiversal catastrophe must learn to survive in this strange new realm! Collecting: Secret Wars 0-8… (lisätietoja)
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Maybe because I'm a few years late in reading this Graphic Novel, then when it first came out, but I enjoyed Secret Wars. It was way better than Time Runs Out and some stuff leading up to this event.

There were many Secret Wars tie-ins and I have about 10 of them and some were just okay. I got/read some of them because I thought they would have some significance on what was going on in Secret Wars, but they don't. They are just mostly what if story's or show what's going on in this new world that Doom created.

Some were great and others were bad. You don't need to read them at all, just this book. The tie-in books that I liked, and I didn't read a lot of them, were "Amazing Spider-man: Renew your Vows," "A-Force," and "Old Man Logan." I read some of the other X-men tie-ins but they were just okay.

I am pleased with the outcome of this run. Not all events end with a way I like. ( )
  payday1999 | Dec 8, 2020 |
I should preface this by saying that my comic knowledge is admittedly limited. I grew up watching superhero movies, and have learned various tidbits about characters over the years, but I was always hesitant to get into comics (other than manga, which I've read since I was a kid) because...where do you start?! I can be a bit of a completionist, and it took me until a few years ago to get over the idea that I needed to start at the beginning and read everything ever.

That being said, a friend handed this to me and said, "Read this." So I did.

I really enjoyed it, despite not being familiar with quite a few characters. I actually missed all of the Fantastic Four movies as they came out and haven't gotten around to watching them, so I only know a little about those characters. I don't know a whole lot about Doom, other than that I've always thought he looked hella cool. And the ride at Universal IoA... I am, of course, familiar with the Spideys, T'Challa, Thor, etc. I didn't know Sinister, but I'm a fan now.

This really only made me pay closer attention, because not knowing who a lot of these characters were before Secret Wars takes away some of the impact of them being "different." The story could be a little hard to follow despite that, because it jumped around with no warning in a few places. When we first see Doom, I thought it was just another branching story, not that it was the continuation of the main one.

I loved the art, and I enjoyed the plot for what it was. I think I enjoyed it more than the longtime fans because they have more knowledge of these characters overall and could find fault with more. Can't blame them for that. ( )
  Octjillery | May 5, 2020 |
Hickman gets epic, cosmic, universe altering storylines in a way that just stuns me. He has been building this storyline since his run on Fantastic Four, slowing shaping the events that brought us to the most epic mash-up / crossover event in the Marvel Universe; one that brings every multiverse into play in one massive 'Battleworld' setting. All hail Hickman and God King Doom. ( )
  michaeladams1979 | Oct 11, 2018 |
Pretty pictures can't make up for the fact that this is a fractured story impossible to understand unless you've been following Hickman's long-gestating epic through Fantastic Four and Avengers for the last several years and are willing to read dozens of crossover and tie-in titles released in conjunction with this series. It's everything that was wrong and wonderful about Crisis on Infinite Earths thirty years ago. But in the '80s I was a teenage DC fanboy who bought everything and relished all the obscure references. Today I'm a Marvel dabbler who wonders why the hell I should care about any of these characters, especially when so many major developments happen off-screen in comics I haven't and will not read. I'm just left on the outside looking in and the best thing I can think about this work is that I hope the Marvel fanboys of today are at least getting a little of the payoff I enjoyed thirty years ago. ( )
  villemezbrown | Jul 28, 2018 |
While reading Jason Aaron’s new Avengers series, I saw references to “Legacy” and decided to go back and catch up on events that have happened since Axis (the last Marvel event I read). I stopped reading Hickman’s Avengers run, where the Incursion storyline originated, about halfway through because it was AWFUL. Secret Wars is the aftermath of the final two Earths colliding (616/Prime and 1610/Ultimates), but the title is misleading. This is nothing like the first Secret Wars event. This should have been called God Doom, or something.

Doctor Doom is God on an unrecognizable, patchwork planet he “somehow” created in the aftermath of the multiverse’s destruction. The planet is divided into fiefdoms controlled by formerly powerful villains like Sinister and Apocalypse. Doctor Strange is Doom’s sheriff, leading a police force composed of Thors. No one seems to remember that Doom wasn’t always God, and Reed Richard’s family is now Doom’s family. When two life rafts are discovered with characters who know what existed before Battleworld, Doom’s reign is threatened.

If this sounds like one of Marvel’s “What If?” stories, that’s because it is, for all intents and purposes. I think the main reason for this event was justification for bringing super popular Miles Morales into the main continuity (there had to be a less tedious way, right?!). Because other than him, this “event” has no consequences, and the plot is nonexistent.

*slight spoilers*The new characters lead a revolt against Doom, they discover the source of Doom’s “power” and then Reed Richards rebuilds the multiverse after winning a fist fight with Doom. Seriously. The most brilliant characters in the Marvel Universe resolve this with a physical fight. And, it literally wraps up that quickly.**

Not every event has to have far-reaching consequences. Infinity and Age of Ultron were standalone events that were very good, with solid stories, lots of action, and character exploration. Secret Wars is nothing more than a missed opportunity of exploring Doom’s motivations and the nature of his rule: the very reality of Battleworld is dependent upon him, how would that affect him? he saved millions of lives with its creation, but had to choose who lives and who dies, how did that impact his rule? Overall, this was a big disappointment. ( )
  jshillingford | Jul 25, 2018 |
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Hickman, Jonathanensisijainen tekijäkaikki painoksetvahvistettu
Ribic, EsadKuvittajapäätekijäkaikki painoksetvahvistettu
Ross, AlexKansikuvataiteilijamuu tekijäkaikki painoksetvahvistettu

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The interdimensional Incursions have eliminated each and every dimension one by one - and now, despite the best efforts of the scientists, sages and superhumans of both dimensions, the Marvel Universe and Ultimate Universe have collided with one another... and been destroyed! Now, all that exists in the vast empty cosmos is a single titanic patchwork planet, made of the fragmented remains of hundreds of devastated dimensions: Battleworld! And the survivors of this multiversal catastrophe must learn to survive in this strange new realm! Collecting: Secret Wars 0-8

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