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Lots of different characters, some not much seen, plot kept under control, art good.
This is the climax of the Annihilation `event' - which was an experiment involving ALL of Marvel's `cosmic' characters, to see if they could carry an ongoing series.
The first two books of Annihaltion carried the mini series this one though it's got it all the main series the meat and potatoes of the story.
An epic space war, the heroes loosing badly at the hands of the scary deadly Annihilation Wave… this concludes the Annihilation story arc: which tells how Annihilus felt threatened... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Adeline
fantastic conclusion to the series and a great collection. book one and three are incredible reads. great character development on so many ambiguous characters. lots of fun.Published 4 months ago by Jenny Matheson
An absolutely stunning and creative story! You should definitely give it a read! Well this and the rest of the Cosmic stories.Published 4 months ago by Isaiah
This definitely deserves more love and attention than Civil War. Once again Giffen et all shows these "writers" how to do tell a story.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
If I had to review this book in one word, it would be: Payoff!
Disparate threads woven masterfully by Keith Giffen and the other writers over the various limited series... Read more
Lots of different characters, some not much seen, plot kept under control, art good. And Galactus reduced to a power plant! Cosmic Charlie sez check it out!Published 9 months ago by David H. Hayman
I was looking for these books all over and there was too expensive, but I just saw here on Amazon that the Omnibus is coming up in May 2014. Read more
The first couple stories in this part if Annihilation are inspiring and very well done. I was slightly disappointed with how abruptly it all comes to an end. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Sean Carlisi