Secret Warriors #28

    Secret Warriors » Secret Warriors #28 - The One Man released by Marvel on August 1, 2011.

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    Over two years in the making, see how everything ends after last month's shocking conclusion. What will happen to Nick Fury? Who lives? Who dies? What is the stunning new direction for the remnants of S.H.I.E.L.D. in the Marvel Universe? Find out in Secret Warriors #28 -- it's "Wheels within Wheels," Part 5: FINALE


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    Nick Fury, Agent of None of Your Damn Business 0

    With this final issue, Secret Warriors ties up its loose ends and makes the case that it could endure as one of Jonathan Hickman's strongest works for Marvel. It is the bar all future Nick Fury stories with be measured against. Pity those stories.  Secret Warriors is a series that I have been reading from the very beginning but haven't been reviewing. Due complex nature of the stories. reviewing this one an issue by issue basis as it went on just did not seem like something I could do. Every iss...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    The One Eyed King in the Land of the Blind. 0

    Everything comes full circle as the game comes to a close. But there are no true endings, just new beginnings.   The Good I was extremely happy to see that Vitti was returning to do the art on this final issue. He was the artists when I began reading Secret Warriors and he's come to define the visuals of this book.   This issue's all about character moments and if it's one thing Hickman knows how to do it's dynamic dialog that draws you in never lets' go.   Fury finally meets with Contessa after...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Cops catch criminals, dogs chase cars 0

    Alas the last issue of the series has arrived! Reading it made me both joyful and sad at the same time. Sad because the series will be no more but joyful that this issue did provide a nice close to the series, and all the loose ends such as Contessa’s betrayal, Dum Dum’s capture and the fate of the Secret Warriors was settled. The whole book really came full circle. A lot of the dialogue used in this issue, whether it is Daisy’s inner dialogue or Fury and Steve’s talk, it reminds of the series ...

    5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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