The finale of a Indestructible Hulk’s “Agent of T. I. M. E.” story arc is here. The question now is, is it as epic as the final pages of last issue would lead you to believe it should be?
Guardians of the Galaxy has now officially joined the festivities with its first Infinity tie-in issue, and if it’s not the best issue of the event as a whole so far, then it at least can Kay a pretty good claim to being the best tie-in.
I’ll say this upfront, I’m not the biggest fan of time travel stories these days. I feel there have been entirely too many of them in superhero comics recently. That said though, Mark Waid may have just brought “Agent of T. I. M. E.” To an Incredible place.
Writing this review just feels strange, it has been a while since I last wrote one and even longer since I wrote one on the week of release. For the vast majority of this series’ duration I’ve been banging the drum that this is the best Spider-Man book issue to issue. The simple fact that I haven’t published reviews for the past couple is in no way a reflection of their quality but for one reason or another it hasn’t been possible because here we have a great conclusion to the first chapter of Miles’ story.
Fair warning folks, if you’re looking for a good action story, this is not the issue for you. On the other hand, if you’re interested in some fun back and forth and interplay between characters, then this issue us exactly what you want.
Last issue may have been all about the inaugural confrontation between Gamora and Angela, but this time around, Brian Michael Bendis and Neil Gaiman definitely amp things up a few steps.
Gambit’s latest solo series reaches its climactic conclusion! Torn between his separate lives – mutant hero and master thief – Gambit is forced to make a choice between the two, with major consequences for what comes next! But he better make his choice fast – because he’s trapped at the center of a deadly super-villain riot! And a few of them may have scores to settle with Gambit himself.