Chaos War #4

    Chaos War » Chaos War #4 - Facing Oblivion released by Marvel on February 1, 2011.

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    It’s the end of ALL things! The Marvel Universe's shattered pantheons fall from the skies! King Chaos marshals his forces for the final assault with every Marvel hero as his target! Hercules, Thor and the God Squad embark upon one last, mad scheme to save existence itself, but what terrible conflicts wrack the heroes and gods of Earth when Hercules learns the true price of their deliverance? Bonus: Hell comes to Hawaii! (Yes, Hawaii.)


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    Review: Chaos War #4 0

    Hercules battles his sister, Athena, the latest servant of the Chaos King, while the waves of entropy fell Amadeus Cho, Thor and even Galactus.  The Good As I've said before, this has been one of the most character-driven crossovers I've encountered and I really appreciate the specifics of Herc's personality. He's got this indomitable can-do attitude that never accepts defeat because he, quite literally, can't understand it. His pep talk with the other gods in the pit had this great quality of a...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Ramblin On 0

    I´m a big fan of Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente, and I must congratulate them for building up a crossover with not so much interesting characters, like Hercules, Amadeus Cho and this Japanese God of Entropy that most of us havent´s heard of before. But, unfortunally there is a but after this sentence: I guess the stakes were to high and they only had a pair of kings against a Full House (Aces full of Kings). This issue there is a lot of dialogue and yet the whole universe (what´s left of them) is f...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

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     Borrowed this issue from someone I know. Reading it made me glade I decided to wait to see how it ends. The decisions of several characters in this issue just don't make a lick of sense no matter how I look at it. By this point Cho has calculated Mikaboshi has absorbed close to 99% of the multiverse, getting more powerful by the moment, scattered the God Squad, out powered Hercules, won at every encounter, and by every calculation of his hypermind concluded Mikaboshi is unbeatable. He t...

    1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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