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Secret Empire #2 Review

State of the Union

Nick Spencer (W), Andrea Sorrentino, Rod Reis (A), VC’s Travis Lanham (L)

Cover by Mark Brooks

Published by Marvel Comics

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Review: Secret Empire #2

Enshrouded in darkness, plagued by the minions of Baron Mordo and cut off from all assistance, The Defenders and Doctor Strange struggle to save the lives of the innocent people consigned to this hell on Earth. 511 more words

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Hadrian's Wall 6 (April 2017)

And another surprising turn of events. Higgins and Siegel were holding out, setting up a soap opera crime melodrama when they really had something else. The flashbacks are now slightly annoying, only because they feel like backstory Higgins and Siegel are doing out of obligation rather than dramatic gristle. 111 more words

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Hadrian's Wall 5 (March 2017)

Hadrian’s Wall runs eight issues. Why did I think it was five issues? I might have even thought it was four at some point. Needless to say, there’s a lot more story coming in this issue. 105 more words

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Hadrian's Wall 4 (December 2016)

I have no idea what just happened. I mean, I do. Higgins and Siegel are straightforward writers, even when they’re doing flashbacks and big reveals in quick sequence. 79 more words

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Review : Secret Empire #0

Do the books themselves even matter anymore — or is the announcement of their forthcoming arrival enough?

I ask that question in all seriousness because it gets to the heart of one the major problems (among many worthy contenders) in  1,062 more words

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Review: Secret Empire #0

What if your greatest ally was secretly your greatest enemy? What if the most trustworthy, stalwart hero history has ever known has been planning in secret a massive betrayal? 706 more words

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