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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Sat Sep 15, 2012 12:03 pm

The Movie-Vengers fight against Thanos continues to be entertaining but a bit inconsequential. There were two things I really enjoyed about this issue. The first was the opening scene where Thanos confronted ‘The Elders Of The Universe’ or whatever they are, and kicks their ass with the Cosmic Cube. That was awesome on a ‘Red Hulk punches The Watcher’ level. The other thing I liked was the entirely silent outer-space sequences of this issue. Bendis didn’t fall into the trap of Star Wars here, there is no sound in space, so there was no sound in that scene. It was a very cool touch, and of course Mark Bagley has the chops to tell a story brilliantly with only art. The rest of this was just mindless action really, but there’s nothing wrong with that, and the ending was a real kicker. Is Thanos a Celestial now? What’s going on? I really hope this book has succeeded in bringing in non comics cans who saw the Avengers movie, because it is very much in that enjoyable, epic vein.

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