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This was an excellent read. Using Makkari as the focal point was a nice take on the series. I always enjoy JRjr's art and I wasn't disappointed. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ty H.
Neil Gaiman and jack Kirby ? Need I say more? Jack unfortunately couldn't really bring the story to a satisfying finish. That is where Neil comes in for an awesome finish.Published 6 months ago by griffondoor
Another underrated entry into the Marvel Universe,
Felt very mainstream, considering Gaiman's normal fare!
I shouldn't give this four stars. The writing is awesome. Gaiman is great, Romita Jr. delivers fantastic visuals: there's not much left to ask for. Except the rest of the story.Published 18 months ago by Christopher Ashton
Compelling storytelling, and an interesting origin story. However, this doesn't seem like quite enough of my kind of story to really make me want to keep reading.Published 20 months ago by Fenrix
I enjoyed this book a lot. Added a couple twists to the deviants/celestials histories, which kept it from being predictable.Published on March 7, 2014 by W. R. Mcclune
I am no expert with comics, but this is a unique experience that i thoughrouly enjoyed. It takes the form of a comic but in reality it as if you are watching a story,predetermined... Read morePublished on January 26, 2014 by Caleb Jensen
This is an attempt by Gaiman to update the Marvel universe. Gaiman writes stories which explore where gods come in contact with the modern people. Read morePublished on December 30, 2013 by Laura Spence