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    Reviews - War of Kings - HC

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7/10 - Uthor
The latest Marvel space opera. The book is a good deal containing the story in one big book instead of the two or three books like Annihilation stories. The story itself is okay. It follows the same mold as Secret Invasion as it tells the framework of the main conflict leaving the details to be filled in by auxiliary books (which are not collected here), which makes it feel a bit rushed and incomplete. I like how the Annihilation stories were done better, where the mini-series continued the story chronologically one to the next with framing stories on the ends. It also seems more of a setup for Realm of Kings. My biggest problem was with the artwork, which has lots of unnecessary cheesecake that keeps pulling me out of the story and kept me from treating it seriously. I think Annihilation was better.

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