Marvel 1602: New World Marvel 1602: New World by Greg Pak

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Is this every bit the classic story that the original is held up to be? No, but it's a lot of fun.

It takes the story of 1602 and continues in the New World where the wealthy Norman Osborne wants the local native Americans gone and the King's Man David Banner is hiding from the King as well as the beast within.

This book takes the 1602 concept and runs with it. We get to see Peter Parquagh emerge as the Spider, the Hulk fight dinosaurs in Roanoke, and a 17th Century Iron Man who stands on a mast and is hit by lightning to power his suit. If this sounds like the type of story you'd like to read, this book will be fun and you don't even have to have read the original, although that does help.

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Published on June 15, 2018 18:08 • 174 views • Tags: marvel-1602, new-world

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