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Nova, Star-Lord, the Guardians of the Galaxy and more make their valiant last stand in this, the end...of everything! The war against the abominable Cancerverse reaches its climax. Only Thanos can decide the fate of two universes...but what choice will he make? Star-Lord believes he can use The Mad Titan as a weapon, but when you've deployed a weapon that absolute, can you ever stop it again? The staggering and shocking finale to the cosmic event of the year comes here, in the book that Aint It Cool News calls "A great-looking, great-reading the best classic Marvel manner."    

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"It´s not you Thanos, it´s me" routine 0

The quest to save our universe has claimed a hard toll in the Guardians of the Galaxy, who were assembled after the events of Annihilation. It was Adam Warlock who foresaw the need in creation of a galactic team whose job was to stop the fabric of space continnum to break, due to forces stranger to thim at the time. His fall was just the beggining of the ultimate chalenge for the Guardians of the Galaxy, since the enemy had shown his true face: it wasn´t just the Universal Church of Truth, but i...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Review: The Thanos Imperative #6 0

There's much more to Thanos' apparent to submission to Lord Mar-Vell than meets the eye and Nova and Starlord will have to make a very bold move to handle the consequences of the deceit.   The Good Thanos has always been unique in the arena of evil space  lords in that, at his base, he's really just a needy "paramore" trying desperately to win a woman's approval. So I was so glad to that this whole epic culminates in him losing it worse than a high schooler after a break-up. While I still have ...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

I Guess This Counts As Ending With A Bang 0

The Thanos Imperative ends with its strongest issue, bringing to a conclusion what will probably be the last cosmic story for some time. It seems now that the series was never really about trying to save the cosmic titles from cancellation and rather it was about closing the book on them.  As the cover suggests, this issue is Nova and Star-Lord's big hero moment. It's in this issue that the Thanos Imperative lives up to its promise of showing that they are the foremost heroes of Marvel's cosmic ...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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