Annihilators #1

    Annihilators » Annihilators #1 - Blame It On The Black Star released by Marvel on May 2011.

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    Blame It On The Black Star last edited by theAliman64 on 07/11/21 10:05AM View full history

    Because you -- yes, you! -- demanded it: Marvel's all-star cosmic team - and cult faves Rocket Raccoon & Groot - in one massive mini! The Silver Surfer! Beta-Ray Bill! Gladiator! Quasar! Ronan! When the Dire Wraiths strike, Cosmic Masters DnA (THE THANOS IMPERATIVE, THOR/IRON MAN) and Tan Eng Huat (SILVER SURFER, THOR: FIRST THUNDER) assemble the heaviest hitters in all the universe to save the day! And there's more! Plus: the demented duo of Rocket Raccoon and Groot return for their own, new-reader-friendly adventure! What do you do after you've saved the galaxy? DnA and the fabulous Timothy Green II (STAR-LORD) answer that with madcap SF combat and swashbuckling, space-faring mayhem!


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    Find Out What The Team's Biggest Weakness Is 0

    With Silver Surfer, Beta Ray Bill, Quasar, Gladiator and Ronan, is there any threat this team can't take on?  The Good I've been on the fence lately with the Marvel cosmic comics. While Annihilation was favored by many readers, something didn't quite sit right with me, despite my liking of the characters and the sci-fi setting. WIth all the members of the Annihilators, how could anyone not like this book? There are so many cosmic powerhouses on this team it's crazy to think that anyone could sto...

    12 out of 12 found this review helpful.

    Loss of Confidence? 0

    This issue marks the beginning of the four issue mini of the newly formed Annihilators, fresh out of the Thanos Imperative. Fortunately for new readers, you need not have read that story arc, or any that come before it. This is a stand alone story. You get a briefing within the first few pages in the dialogue as to who the main characters are. They just so happen to be the biggest hitters in the Marvel cosmic scene, having been brought together to defend the universe. Now we get to find out what...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Far From The Days Of Annihilation 0

    Annihilators comes to us with twice the cosmic story for nearly twice the price but reads like less than half the quality of cosmic story DnA was able to give us years ago.  Teams like the Annihilators have been discussed on forums for years. Wouldn't it be cool to get all the big cosmic powerhouses together on one team? Usually, the answer was no. No, it would not actually be that cool. Variety is what makes teams interesting, and it would take one seriously clever concept to bring together all...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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