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Book Title: Infinity #1|
The author of the book: Jonathan Hickman
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Reader ratings: 6.9
Edition: Panini Comics
Date of issue: July 7th 2015
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Infinity is basically two stories – the Builders, the creators of the universe, are now destroying worlds and Earth is on their hit list. The Avengers join numerous alien forces and head out into deep space to take them on. The second story is that while Earth is “defenceless”, Thanos launches an attack on Earth searching for his mysterious tribute. The Inhumans also play a big part in Thanos’ story and the larger structure of the Marvel U.
I think that this mini-series was a total mess. Jonathan Hickman is at his worst writing stories in a broad, descriptive, totally uninvolving style, cramming in massive sequences in a few panels which have zero impact on the reader. The dialogue is appalling, most of the new characters are jokes, the existing characters are poorly served, and really the whole space story could’ve been left out entirely. While Hickman’s writing and storytelling are at their worst in this book, I really liked the artwork of Jim Cheung, Jerome Opena and Dustin Weaver, all of whom brought their A game to the series making it look amazing.
I won’t go too much further into this here because I’ve already written more than I’d like to about this boring story, so if you want to read my reviews of the individual issues, click on the links below. I read issue #6 but didn’t review it, instead I wrote an article looking at the problems of the series as a whole, the title of which sums up my feelings about the whole thing: 6 Reasons Why Jonathan Hickman’s Infinity Was Absolute Drivel
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Read information about the authorIt’s no small thing to die and be born again.
After a certain amount of time you get tired of wasting talent. Of being part of a fraudulent profession — or actually being a fraud. And, most importantly, not living the life you are capable of having.
I remember the first night I went out with my wife. It was raining, she was beautiful… it was a normal, ordinary, intentionally uneventful, date. But at some point during that evening I had, I don’t know what you call it, a vision, a moment where time collapsed in on itself… regardless, I knew that I’d marry her. And so I did.
Because sometimes everything in the universe briefly aligns to show you how things should be — the total commitment to change that follows means all the things you think it might: honesty, amputation, reinvention and renaissance. Jonathan Hickman was born in South Carolina in the year 1972.
He was reborn in March of 2006.
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