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Thanos #18

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Universal acclaim

Based on 4 critic ratings.


When there is nothing left to kill, Death comes…to the one who loves her most – KING THANOS. How will the fantastic saga of Thanos, King Thanos and the Cosmic Ghost Rider end?

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23 pages
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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Thanos #18 is both a blessing and a curse. It’s another great issue in an already stellar run of a wild story. What’s a little disappointing is that this is the last issue of the series. Fortunately, Cates and Shaw went out on their own terms, bringing the story of Thanos full circle while also helping Marvel set up another big event. So, who wins when Thanos goes head-to-head with Thanos? The answer is simple: We do.

  • 100

    Comic Watch

    With so many stories from the future and heroes who worry about the inevitable outcomes. “Days of Future Past” for example. Thanos does the one thing no one seems to be able to. He made sure this particular future won’t exist. While the gruesome tale is fun from start to finish. The deeper meaning gives this story a purpose that isn’t superficial. Bravo Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw.

  • 96

    You Don't Read Comics

    This issue pits Mad Titan against Mad Titan and give you everything you could want from a Thanos comic. Thanos #18 works on every level with some amazing art and coloring, that really highlights the brutal fight between the two forces of nature. This comic is brutal, fun, nice paced, beautiful and also somewhat poetic in a way that give you the ending that you couldnt see coming but works so well and is truly the perfect ending to this run.

  • 83

    Multiversity Comics

    Aside from an impressive level of detail, the sense of violence really stands out and brings the issue to another brutal finish. Switching up the tone towards the end and closing out all of the different threads included in the story makes for a satisfying resolution to the narrative. Cates and Shaw both went out of there way to make the issue seem authentic, brutal and devilishly smart.

    Thanos” #18 Smartly closes out a wonderful arc of the series and the Thanos ongoing title. This is a fairly essential read if you interested in this character.

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