Marvel NOW! Point One #1

    Marvel NOW! Point One » Marvel NOW! Point One #1 released by Marvel on December 2012.

    Short summary describing this issue.

    last edited by pikahyper on 05/01/20 03:30PM View full history

    Join some of the biggest names in comics as they give fans a look inside of the future of the Marvel Universe... Marvel NOW!

    6 all-new tales that combine to tell one, earth-shattering story

    64 pages of action and adventure brought you by Brian Michael Bendis, Matt Fraction, Mike Allred, Ed McGuinness and more!

    The official starting point to Marvel's next big thing, Marvel NOW!



    • NYSE
    • Guardians of the Galaxy
    • Diamondhead
    • The New World
    • It's Art!; Crazy Enough

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    Young Avengers and FF are the best. 0

    This review is going to be long I'm going to break it down into it's separate stories so that I talk about them in detail, I won't have a good or a bad I'll just put a paragraph for each story and what I thought about each.Secret AvengersSecret Avengers is an upcoming Marvel Now title written by Nick Spencer and has art by Luke Ross. It follows Nick Fury Jr (lame idea) and Agent Coulson (disgrace). They are interrogating a man who just made big on the Stock Market who is believed to be from the ...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Miss Thing: Do your Thing! 0

    I can't wait for FF to start, really looking forward to what Matt Fraction has in store for Medusa, She-Hulk, and Ant-Man; I am enjoying what he is doing with Hawkeye, so I'm positive things will be just as awesome here. That, plus Michael Allred's artwork... so exciting!Please check my mini-review of Marvel Now! Point One: Ant-Man here: and feedback are always welcome!...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Point none. 0

    Marvel NOW! Point One is a strange thing to review, for many reasons. Basically, this is meant to be our introduction into Marvel NOW!, and does it's best to introduce new titles and characters, but reading through it just felt disjointed and underwhelming.The first problem is the main story, the one that serves as the structure or frame of the whole issue. Here, we basically see Nick Fury Jr talking with some guy from the future. And it was bad. The thing is, the new Fury (I'm going to call him...

    5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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