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Marvel 1985 #1 Review - Comic Book Revolution
The Revolution has been curious about Millar’s Marvel 1985 for a while. This title sounds like it has the potential to be a neat little read. I always dig a story that involves multiple Earths. I have confidence that Millar will be able to hook me into this mini-series with Marvel 1985 #1. Let’s go ahead and hit this review. Creative TeamWriter: Mark MillarArtist: Tommy Lee Edwards Art Rating: 4 Night Girls out of 10Story Rating: 8 Night Girls out of 10Overall Rating: 6 Night Girls out of 10 Synopsis: We begin with a scene of Jack Kirby and Stan Lee in 1961 creating the Marvel universe. Or so they thought… We then cut to 1985 with the events of Secret Wars. (Oh man, that story was dumb.) We see Doom kill the Beyonder and then attack our assembled heroes. We then cut to a young boy named Toby reading Secret Wars #10 at his local comic book shop. Toby is enthralled with Secret Wars (Well, I suppose the story would appeal to someone around the age of 10 years old) and has the owner of the comic shop get him the first nine issues and add Secret Wars to [...]