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Beginning with the raveging effects of Avengers Dissasembled and following the aftermaths of House Of M, Civil War, and Secret Invasion, cultimating with the evil Reign of Norman Osborn, the Marvel Universe has been left with it's greatest villains holding more power and control than ever before. On the brink of madness, Osborn, in his final bid to take total control, targets the final obstacle in his mission...Asgard. Events are setting in motion for our heroes to put aside their deep rifts that have grown over the past seven years. Opposing them stands a horde of evil that has begun to take down the gods of the Golden Realm! SIEGE will rock the foundations of every super hero, villain and team in the Marvel Universe. As an era ends, one word willring above all the others..."SIEGE".


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The Attack Is On 0

So i'm sitting here thinking, there's no way this can possibly be good. We all know who's going to come back... they're on the cover, right? Really, that is only the beginning. the war is on and so far Norman is off to a head start. This book contains little to no resistance against Osborn's army of super humans but does a great job setting things up and answering the question, of Norman really being a threat to Asgard.I really like the idea that I'm not asking who will die or who will be resurr...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Siege begins as the hammer comes down hard and another falls 0

We all knew Osborn's time in power would never last forever and this seems to be the beginning of the end of Dark Reign. People have complained about Bendis' writing but doesn't disappoint here. The story begins with Osborn staging an attack  on the Asgardian Volstagg who is wondering around helping people like Thor but doesn't understand that he is allot stronger than the average person is attacked by the U-Force causing the destruction of Soldier Field as well as parts of Chicago. This gives O...

7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Great but kinda rushed 0

 The moment I saw the ads in many other marvel comics like movie posters i thought: this is all a gimmick, much like the  fall of the hulks thing (i m not a fan of JRJR's recent works btw). however this time it made more sense; coipel's art and bendis' writing carry many filmic connotations to them. there's a great setting up and you can almost feel and see the action happening - the use of montage and other filmic techniques render something in and of itself fantastic into something almos...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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