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While I would have loved to see Wolverine and Deadpool in it, I loved the artwork and the plot. I am looking forward to getting the other titles in this series but am a little... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Tushar Bharati
I couldn't do it. I started the book, made it about a third of the way through, and just had to drop it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Adam Oster
Not just a gratuitous reboot. There's a story for what's going on. Fascinating take on Marvel's iconics.Published 2 months ago by Another gamer nerd
Well, it was okay, I guess.
Now, I'm not a Neil Gaiman fan. Yes, I tried Sandman years ago when he was penning that comic, but I never got sucked in. Read more
the 1602 series is an interesting take on the Marvel universe.
if you like Marvel, i'd suggest reading them, at least for the characters that you like
This is garbage at it's finest. If you're looking for a cool concept that completely immerses itself into said concept this isn't it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Corey Kinard
So this takes all of the Marvel heroes and puts them in a spin-off universe in the year 1602 and the setting is England and the Roanoke colony in the New World. Read morePublished 4 months ago by zombie phreak
I really like this take on the Marvel Universe. I was sad that I didn't see some of my favorite characters (Storm) but the story was still really good.Published 4 months ago by Ladee86
Marvel 1602 by Neil Gaiman is unique and groundbreaking for a Marvel comic series. In the DC universe it would be another Elseworlds collection. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Books and Lesser Evils!