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The explosive energy pushes She-Hulk clear. Dazzler joins in, enthusiastically pouring on the power with more energy blasts. Reeling from the awesome display of power, Thanos wonders how the Avengers could be ready with such a coordinated attack.
He doesn't have long to contemplate before Medusa ensnares him in blinding, suffocating curls of hair! War Machine is still firing munitions when Thanos manages to gain purchases of Medusa's living locks and hurls her toward the armored Avenger! The collision throws War Machine's targeting off, sending a wayward missile into the chest of She-Hulk!
The Colonel moves in to check on his friendly fire victim, letting his guard down for just a moment -- a fatal decision! Thanos seizes his opportunity -- rushing through flames to drive his massive fist into the armored but prone mid-section of War Machine!
A killing blow!
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As Captain Marvel and Black Panther watch on in horror, Thanos turns to his opponents with a sinister grin and demands his Cosmic Cube. They respond.
Captain Marvel, Spectrum, and Blue Marvel launch an all-out assault! Their awesome powers create a wall of energy that hammers the Titan from all sides! For a moment he faces into Captain Marvel's raw power, stumbles into Dazzler's pink bursts, feels Black Panther's claws slice at the back of his neck, is caught from behind by Blue Marvel's force bolts, takes Spectrum's best to his face!
He has no defense as Captain Marvel moves in to deliver a devastating uppercut! The finishing blow launches Thanos across the battlefield, leaving him lying unconscious amidst the flames.
Captain Marvel rushes to cradle a bloodied War Machine. The Hammer The Avengers defeated Thanos , but at what price comes victory? Such dire stakes can only signal the beginning of yet another major Marvel Comics event I come into this one with some pretty strong biases. Ten years removed from the gratuitous murder of Goliath in Civil War 4 -- the novelty has long since lost its flavor.
By this point, I'm largely beyond caring about the majority of crossover events, let alone their obligatory superhero deaths. Dark Reign had been a refreshing exploration of ideas organically grandfathered in through the post-Civil War and Secret Invasion landscapes. It was anchored around monthly Avengers titles, rather than a single dedicated event-series.
Sadly, Siege was to bring that pleasing break in action to a much-hyped end.
Siege ultimately cobbled together mayhem and carnage in four unfortunately lackluster key issues, and various focused tie-ins. It played like a perfunctory ticking of two to three major editorial boxes, most notably: The removal of Norman Osborn as Marvel's ultimate arch-villain, and the emphatic killing of The Sentry , which reads like a meta-textual in-joke.
Only to reenact another mock reunion before doing it all over again. They've shared the 'death bench' with many high-profile heroes in that time, all of whom died and returned within a couple of years.
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The endless cycle of kill, rinse, repeat leaving the Marvel Universe stinking of its own meaningless decay. Civil War itself was an obvious template for many of these deaths and event series, which made it even more difficult to feel like a 10th anniversary sequel was worth the while.
How can I miss Civil War if it never goes away? Here comes the twist, however. It would, of course, be foolish to assume macro grievances belie any quality publishing. There's usually something to like on the bill. In this case, time away from Marvel's jumbled brands, and bloodthirsty event schedule, probably helped enhance the simple pleasures that make FCBD Civil War II 1 so enjoyable.
Original cover by Gilbert Hernandez ; Fantagraphics Megan Kelly's website is here. John Douglas covers Action Joseph Barrile covers AD Monday, September 17, Brad Campbell covers Peanuts 4.
Steve Rude covers Avengers Sunday, September 16, R. Hi everybody. I've decided that after posting over covers on Covered it is time to put it to rest. There are a few reasons for this. One is that submissions are down quite a bit since the blog's heyday when I could get 10 a week.
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The other is that although Covered didn't take a ton of time to set up, it was time that I could be using to do my own comics. There were times that I would be sent multiple covers from one artist and I would schedule these to post months in advance.
Since I still have some of these to post, I've decided to have Covered go out with a bang. For the next week or so, I'm going to post two covers a day until I run out.
I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all of the artists who sent covers to this blog. It's been a wonderful experience. I'd also like to thank those who would visit and leave the occasional comment. Sadly, nobody got paid doing this, it was a labor of love for all involved. Feedback was all that the artists were going to receive for hours of work.
The blog will stay up, so if you see something you love, leave a comment and let them know. Posted by Robert Goodin at 2: Juan and John are two characters that Clinton came up with over the summer of Clinton would usually come up with the ideas for the stories, I would pencil them, and then he would ink.
Sometimes we would switch: I really enjoy making this series with Clinton and always look forward to when he has a new idea for a story! Monday, October 22, Writers on Cardboard.
The show's theme is that all the art is made using or on cardboard. Here are some of my leftovers from the show. They're all portraits of some writers I admire and have read this past year.
E-mail alexnall0 gmail. Posted by Alex at Here's another Teaching Comics strip. Kids do know things and are willing to tell you that they know them, just as long as it proves whatever you said is wrong. I'm thinking I may go back and put some gray ink tone on the background of this one- looks a bit bare with just the black and white.In fact, for all his big talk, the Phantom Stranger's about as much use as a chocolate fireguard when it comes to achieving their aims.
One of the true leading lights of the old guard passed away on Saturday at the age of 68 after fighting a protracted battle against brain cancer. But once we accept the fact that hate is as strong and as everlasting and as all-pervading an influence as love, let us learn how to live with it, to direct it into useful channels.
The Code had come into existence during the juvenile delinquent scare of the Fifties. Friday, August 24, In Memorium: Yoko Tsuno , on the other hand, bids you come along as she dives deep below the surface of Vinea's oceans.
No surprises here.