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Originally published at The Hub City ReviewThis man is now god.Secret Wars #9 is not the final chapter of a story that began in issue #1. Nor is it the conclusion to Hickman’s acclaimed Avengers run, begun three years ago. No, this is a story that’s Hickman has been telling month-in and month-out since Fantastic Four #570 in October of 2009, an issue titled “Solve Everything.” And indeed, everything is exactly what’s on the line. The problem to be solved, in Richard...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
***There are a couple spoilers here, but not too many.***Secret Wars ends with a bang, not a whimper, but it is a wonderfully soft bang.To be sure, it has plenty of pyrotechnics. There is a great battle between T’Challa and Doom that takes place on many levels, including the metaphoric, and a confrontation between Reed and Doom that gets down to brass personal tacks.But it is the thread of the Molecule Man’s story that makes it work, as is true with the original Secret Wars (I and I...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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