Tag Archives: Battleworld

Secret Wars #5

By | August 18, 2015

So far, Secret Wars (2015) has been a roller coaster of a ride, but in this issue, things slowed down. I think Hickman is giving us a chance to process everything that we have read so far. Additionally, this issue was needed to explain, a bit more, how the Marvel Universe ended up becoming Battleworld.… Read More »

Secret Wars #3

By | June 7, 2015

We are three issues into Marvel’s big, summer blockbuster event called Secret Wars and, so far, the series has lived up to the hype. Writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Esad Ribic are nailing it. Hickman tweeted at Consume.Review.Repeat. (@consumereview) that the following video motivated him to write the best comic book series humanly possible: Interestingly, Ribic sent… Read More »

Secret Wars #2 (2015)

By | May 14, 2015

He’s done it. Jonathan Hickman has channeled the impossible love child of Grant Morrison and George R. R. Martin. No joke. Hickman was able to use his god-like powers to alter the natural order of the universe to have Morrison and Martin do it, bear child, and then, harness that child’s abilities. The result: issue… Read More »

Convergence #0

By | April 2, 2015

I haven’t been reading much of what DC has been publishing lately, but I thought I’d give Convergence a try. Convergence is DC’s main event for summer of 2015, much like Secret Wars is for Marvel. As I was reading Convergence #0, I couldn’t help but notice some similarities between Convergence and Secret Wars. That… Read More »

Secret Wars (1984)

By | March 1, 2015

In anticipation of Marvel’s summer blockbuster event, Secret Wars, during which the Marvel 616 Universe and the Ultimate Universe are to be merged creating an All-New Marvel Universe; I read the two Secret Wars mini-series that came before, Secret Wars One and Two. I did this to have an understanding of what inspired the creation… Read More »