It’s gone on for a very long time, but the end is finally in sight as Marvel has announced Secret Wars will conclude with a ninth issue.
Nope, it didn’t end. Secret Wars #6 has finally arrived but was it worth the wait? What is Thanos going to do at The Shield? Where does God Doom’s power come from? These answers and more in the Major Spoilers review of Secret Wars #6!
Secret Wars has been plagued with scheduling release snafus for the last couple of weeks/months, but even amid the confusion of what issue will arrive, when and will it overlap with the All-New, All-Different relaunch, Marvel has announced a ninth issue will be joining the event series.
We know Doom is God and ruler of Battleworld and Stephen Strange is dead by his hand. But how did Doom become God and what happened to Owen Reece aka Molecule Man? Answered are revealed and Major Spoilers has your review of Secret Wars #5.
Earth-616 and Earth-1610 heroes found alive on a world created by Doctor Doom: Battleworld! No longer just Doctor Doom, he’s now God Doom! How will God Doom react when he sees Reed Richards alive? Probably not well. The review for Secret Wars awaits after the jump!
Earth-616 and Earth-1610 have been destroyed, Doom is God and Battleworld has been created. A mesh of pieces of worlds that were picked from pieces of time, it is policed by an army of Thors (awesome! ) with a giant wall separating each unique piece of land. It has certainly been different from the original Secret Wars, that’s for sure. Marvel’s huge event continues this week in Secret Wars #3, just after Convergence ended over at DC. Are they anything alike? I sat down, read it, and put my thoughts down just for you dear reader, so read on! Earth-616
Press Release Who is Rabum Alal? He who set off a chain of events that has led to the systematic destruction of every single universe and the death of everything. But what is the identity of this mysterious destructor? The question that has alluded all will finally be answered this March in the pages of NEW AVENGERS #31 – from blockbuster writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Kev Walker!
Now that’s we’re into the new year, it’s time to look forward to see what we can expect in the coming months. By this time next year, we could be seeing a seriously revamped industry, particularly when it comes to the “Big Two” comics companies, Marvel and DC.
Press Release New York Times bestselling and Eisner award-nominated writer Jonathan Hickman (EAST OF WEST, The Avengers) and artist Nick Pitarra (THE MANHATTAN PROJECTS) return to their twisted tale of science and madness with THE MANHATTAN PROJECTS: THE SUN BEYOND THE STARS #1 coming from Image Comics on March 11, 2015.