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Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars: Battleworld #3 (of 4)

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AMID THE CHAOS, THERE COMES – A CALAMITY!

BARON ZEMO and the villains have the heroes in their grasp! But what discovery by the HOBGOBLIN will threaten to tear their shaky alliance asunder?

Featuring SPIDER-MAN, the HUMAN TORCH and some surprise guests – but you’ll never believe the ending!

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
22 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CLL6Q93Y

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2 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
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    First Comics News

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    ComicBook.com

    Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars: Battleworld is firmly situated within the tone of the original series from 1984 and reads believably as a sub-story fitting within the final issue’s larger structure. That includes many elements that have not aged well with characters detailing their actions in excessive dialogue and rarely misses the most obvious opportunity. Yet the style still possesses some clear charms as it treats B-list villains with sincerity and no ironic humor about their oddities. It’s Pat Olliffe’s art that really makes Battleworld work as well as it does, though. Stong draftsmanship and a dynamic mix of costumes that haven’t lost their appeal in intervening decades creates a grand sense of warm nostalgia paired with genuine skill in its execution. The final page suggests that the story is prepared to deliver an excellent Spider-Man miniseries, even if the extended setup has largely played like a Secret Wars cover band.

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