Chaos War #1

    Chaos War » Chaos War #1 - The End is Nigh released by Marvel on December 1, 2010.

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    The End is Nigh last edited by ghostgrifter on 04/21/21 06:41AM View full history

    Bigger than "The Infinity Gauntlet!" More cosmic than "Annihilation!" Since the end of "Secret Invasion," the Chaos King has amassed his army of alien slave gods -- and the time to strike Earth is NOW! Only the greatest Marvel heroes can oppose him -- all led by the newly-returned god of heroes ... Hercules! But are even his incredible new powers enough to stand against the greatest threat the Marvel Universe has ever seen a mad god who seeks to destroy Reality itself? PLUS: While thought dead, Hercules was trapped in a dangerous world that threatened his very sanity.


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    SURPISE! Crossover! 0

    When I picked up Chaos War #1 I assumed it was going to be another throw away mini-series like Marvel has been doing lately.  Boy, I was really wrong there especially after I saw the check list immediately before the actual meat of the comic.  My first thought was "Oh no, not again."  Let's face it both Marvel and DC have been cross-over heavy lately.  Between Sinestro Corps, Blackest Knight, Dark Reign, Siege and Age of Heroes/Brightest Day it's been a "buy all our comics or don't get the whole...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    Review: Chaos War #1 0

    The Chaos King is coming to destroy existence and it's up to Hercules to assemble Earth's greatest warriors to stop him. Now, if he can only get them to take him seriously.  The Good The revamp Hercules has experience over the last few years has, oddly enough, made the character even more engaging by playing as a dim, bellicose buffoon, It's something I find infinitely amusing and I love the fact that this crossover is basically driven by his hyperbolic surliness. And whoever got the idea to ...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    The return of the Lord of the Olympus 0

    The Story - The Chaos King, a japanese god (named Amatsu-Mikaboshi), has risen to take what´s his for natural right: he wants back the whole existence, to bring everything to an end, and annihilate all gods, myths and it´s up for Earth´s heroes, leaded by the Prince of Power (Hercules), to stop this madness. The Writing - There are some strong and weak points in this first issue and I´ll try to name them A) Strong points - 1) I think that Pak and Van Lente´s aproach with Hercules and Amadeus C...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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