There was a lot of comic series that came out last year. Some of my favorites are still ongoing. But the comic series that I loved most was Heroes Reborn.
Why did I decide to read it?
Easy Blade was the central character, and the concept sounded intriguing.
The concept. Simple.
Blade finds himself stuck in a world in which the Avengers don’t exist, and it is the Squadron Supreme who has always been Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. The world is a much “safer” place. And the only people who do believe that something is wrong with this world and feel something off are the “villains”.
How interesting is the world?
Peter never gets bitten by a radioactive spider. Before Banner learns to control the Hulk, he is put into the Negative Zone. Mephisto is worshipped as a god in this world, the dollars say in Mephisto we trust. Wakanda is thought of as a myth. Space is being heavily regulated. Colson is the president.
This series is written as if it is the current 616 continuity. One spinoff comic is Hyperion and the Imperial Guard #1, but it isn’t. It’s actually Hyperion and the Imperial Guard #121, the last comic of a series of a comic that came out in 1992.You have letters from fans, notes about where you can find references in comics that don’t exist. Oh and to make it even better at the end of the comic you get a chapter of a comic that’s going to come out later that year. The Summer family is together: Scott, Alex, their father, and a stepmother, as the Starjammers, a thrilling new comic that will be coming out… next.
NEVER, and I’m still mad about it.
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The Peter Parker comic is heartbreaking, and what they do to the Hulk, makes me want to fight Hyperion everyday. Things were so bad that the mutants came together, and not in the unified we have Krakoa way. We get a lot of new versions of the characters, and it’s very similar to the versions we get in Warps World.
The Squadron Supreme
You don’t need to know anything about them coming in. The comic does a great job at fleshing them out to a new audience. The Squadron is Marvel’s Justice League, quite literally.