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Infinity Abyss

3.26  ·  Rating Details ·  156 Ratings  ·  13 Reviews
Five classic costumed champions, whose combined strength can move planets and change the course of time itself. What threat could be dire enough to bring these heroes together? Only the most feared villian in the entire cosmos: Thanos. Ages 12+
Paperback, 176 pages
Published May 1st 2003 by Marvel Comics Group (first published 2003)
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The_Mad_Swede
Mar 04, 2014 The_Mad_Swede rated it it was amazing
After the third part of his Infinity Saga (The Infinity Crusade Vol. 1 and Vol. 2), Jim Starlin continued his association with Adam Warlock et al a while longer (through the remaining issues of The Warlock Chronicles, the Silver Surfer and Warlock: Resurrection mini-series (which he also drew) and up until issue #31 (I believe it was) of Warlock and the Infinity Watch (which then went on for another 11 issues before cancellation), before leaving Marvel behind for a while, yet again.

In 2002, he o
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Patrickderaaff
The Infinity Saga - Episode IV: Attack of the Clones!

More doppelgangers, but with a different twist this time. The story is fine, though not as great as the previous Infinity volumes. This time Jim Starlin is on penciling duty as well, which is why I grant this series 3 stars instead of 2.
Dmitry Yakovenko
Apr 13, 2012 Dmitry Yakovenko rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2012
Вообще непонятно, стоит ли из-за чего-нибудь эту книгу читать. Сюжет попахивает бредом и оставляет в недоумении, зачем вообще все это нужно было делать, если по сути, ничего не изменилось, рисунок довольно среднего качества, присутствует огромное количество пафоса и дурацких диалогов, персонажи выбраны не самые интересные, да и в целом довольно скучно читать, ведь интересного тут мало.
Глобальное событие, вселенского масштаба, которое почти ничего не меняет и которое и не нужно было вовсе.
Adan
Jul 22, 2015 Adan rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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John
Mar 06, 2014 John rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: graphica
Disappointing would be an understatement. It was just. . . not good. A plodding plot with no surprises, overwrought dialogue, and empty characters. It would get one star but the art had some bright spots. This book reminds me of the things I don't like about comic books.
Nathan Holic
Mar 09, 2016 Nathan Holic rated it did not like it
I love Starlin, but this was just irritating, so dense with expositional dialogue, so little in the way of real stakes...here, he's writing a 70s comic, but doesn't seem aware that the medium is capable of so much more now...
Steve Magay
Aug 16, 2016 Steve Magay rated it did not like it
Shelves: junk
The shittiest story in the Infinity Series. Unlike the Infinity War and Infinity Crusade, this book falls far from the tree. C'mon Marvel, you can come up a better plot than a bunch of Thanos' Clones trying to rip this galaxy apart.
Josh Freeman
Apr 19, 2014 Josh Freeman rated it it was ok
beginning was promising, and another look the inner darkness of Thanos is always fun. But... Starlin started to get out of hand. Pip the troll as a significant player in a battle that had a place even beyond reality? And.. spiderman?
Pablo Martinez
Good "pop-corn" comic by Starlin. Nothing to be amazed but cool if you like Starlin and his characters (Thanos, Warlock, Pip, etc).
Timothy Boyd
Feb 12, 2016 Timothy Boyd rated it really liked it
Another installment in the Infinity mini series. Fantastic art and story by two greats. Very recommended
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James P. "Jim" Starlin is an American comic book writer and artist. With a career dating back to the early 1970s, he is best known for "cosmic" tales and space opera; for revamping the Marvel Comics characters Captain Marvel and Adam Warlock; and for creating or co-creating the Marvel characters Thanos and Shang-Chi, Master of Kung Fu. Death and suicide are recurring themes in Starlin's work: Pers ...more
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