The Mad Titan Marathon Results

The Mad Titan Marathon Results: 

Well this was one long marathon, while some computer troubles slowed me down I managed to get out these nineteen reviews and I’m glad to be back into it. Now lets look at these results. This will be a big post.

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#1: The Death of Captain Marvel
Rating: Vintage

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#2: The Infinity Gauntlet
Rating: Vintage

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#3: Thanos Quest
Rating: Vintage

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#4: Avengers Vs. Thanos
Rating: Vintage

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#5: Rebirth of Thanos
Rating: Full Price

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#6: Thanos Imperative
Rating: Full Price

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#7: Infinity
Rating: Buy For a Bargain

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#8: Thanos (Solo Comic)
Rating: Buy For a Bargain

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#9: Infinity Gauntlet Aftermath
Rating: Buy For a Bargain

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#10: Infinity War
Rating: Borrow From a Mate

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#11: The Infinity Entity
Rating: Borrow From a Mate

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#12: Marvel Universe: The End
Rating: Borrow From a Mate

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#13: Thanos: Cosmic Powers
Rating: Borrow From a Mate

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#14: Thanos: A God Up There Listening
Rating: Borrow From a Mate

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#15: The Infinity Abyss
Rating: Rubbish

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#16: Infinity Crusade
Rating: Rubbish

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#17: The Infinity Revelation
Rating: Rubbish

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#18: The Infinity Relativity
Rating: Rubbish

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#19: Infinity Finale
Rating: Rubbish

Thank you to all who stuck through with the technical problems and to anyone who enjoyed these posts. Have a good day now everyone, we can finally move on to another subject.

 

 

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Marvel Zombies Return

Let’s just end this. This book is the finale of the original Marvel Zombies story that got sidetracked after Marvel Zombies 2. It is also just absolutely awful.

Alright, the book is 5 issues long with the first 4 issues showing off what happened to the Marvel Zombies after they were teleported away by Cortez.

The first issue is the Spider-Man story, which probably had the best concept based on the art alone. It has this silver age vibe to it and I really like it. However, the story is just zombie Spider-Man killing the Sinister Six in increasingly gory ways.

Issue 2 is about Iron Man, but not the zombie Iron Man. It’s a retelling of “Demon In a Bottle” but with zombies attacking. Everyone but Rhodey dies, and he takes Iron Man’s place.

Issue 3 stars Wolverine. Zombie Wolverine fights another Wolverine and gets wrecked. I could barely tell what was going on in this issue because the art is so muddy. I couldn’t even root for either Wolverine because I forgot who was the zombie and who was the normal guy.

Issue 4 is World War Hulk with zombies. The end. Nothing else happens beyond that statement.

Issue 5 is where everyone comes together. They show a group of zombie heroes and villains who are all supposed to be Justice League analogues inside a base next to a dead Galactus. They talk about killing Black Panther, Luke Cage, and Wasp so there goes the only likable characters from the previous story. The four heroes from the previous issues arrive and fight these other zombies. Sandman appears and kills them all using some nanites that Spider-Man helped make. Giant Man, who had been appearing and planning something since the beginning, tries to trap the Sentry to use a battery to teleport to another universe to feed off. Uatu the Watcher appears and sends the Sentry back in time to the original zombie universe to contain the virus, creating a time loop.

Final Thoughts: I was confused throughout because the first two issues don’t mention that this is “Earth Z” so the timeline was messing with me. After all the zombies are killed they show Iron Man still hovering around. But earlier he mentions that heat seeking missiles don’t work on our kind, so he is also a zombie. So that means zombies are still around and the virus isn’t contained, negating the point of the entire book.

Rating: Rubbish

 

Vintage Awards #1 – Vintage Award Winner

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VINTAGE AWARD WINNER:

“The Sinestro Corps War” is one of the best crossover event comics in recent years. The story is simple but the war element brings a lot of mind games and tactics that are interesting to see unfold. The five main Green Lanterns all get scenes that shows why they’re the best, while still giving focus to some of the lesser lanterns. And a war without an amazing villain would be nothing, but Sinestro and his group of A-List villains create a credible threat.

This concludes the first ever Vintage Bullet Award Show. Thanks to everyone who follows this blog. Special thanks to The Juicy Reviewer for inspiring the awards show idea and if it weren’t for him this site wouldn’t even exist. Normal reviews will return in a couple days.