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Infinity Abyss

3.2 of 5 stars 3.20  ·  rating details  ·  105 ratings  ·  8 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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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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Josh Freeman
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?
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.
Books like this always remind me that Thanos is really such a tragic figure.
Dmitry Yakovenko
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.
Well, its a start for me :p
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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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