9 thoughts on “ Secret Wars II

  1. Event Synopsis This series is a sequel to original series Secret Wars. The entity that instigated the first Secret Wars, the Beyonder, visits Earth in search of enlightenment and inevitably comes into conflict with Earth's superhumans and the cosmic entities that exist in the Marvel Universe. Part 1.
  2. Jan 01,  · Secret Wars II the sequel to Secret Wars is a good but not great crossover novel. The protagonist an essentially all powerful being from another universe comes to Earth to try to comprehend earthlings since he is the only being who exists in his universe/5(53).
  3. Secret Wars II is not as great as the first Secret Wars, nor is it as action-packed and as well-written. There are lots of classic twists in the first Secret Wars, but in Secret Wars II you have no idea what to expect to begin with, so there is little to guess at all. The art is not quite as good as the first, but it is still great, and very 80's/5.
  4. Secret Wars II. The entity that instigated the first Secret Wars, the Beyonder, visits Earth in search of enlightenment and inevitably comes into conflict with Earth’s superhumans and the cosmic entities that exist in the Marvel Universe. 0. Issues. Black entries are ongoing series.
  5. Chronological Placement Considerations: Most issues of Secret Wars II amble along at a leisurely pace and there is room for non-related comics to appear in between, but things ramp up between issues #8 and #9 so i've placed this directly after the tie-ins for #8. And the epilogue in Avengers # takes place directly after this.
  6. "Secret Wars" is a comic book storyline published by Marvel Comics. It recalls the original, similarly named – gazpfromchafichamla.condownhudisamirederstonfirsdehe.coed on May 6, , the storyline includes a core Secret Wars mini-series, written by Jonathan Hickman and drawn by Esad Ribić, which picks up from where the "Time Runs Out" storyline running in Avengers and New Avengers ends.
  7. May 24,  · Secret Wars II had a central miniseries and then individual issues line-wide tied-in, not unlike DC's Crisis on Infinite Earths. While that's a standard way for superhero crossovers to operate today, they didn't really function like that throughout '80s or '90s crossovers like Atlantis Attacks, Age of Apocalypse or Onlsaught.

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