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Secret Invasion: Who Do You Trust? TPB (Graphic Novel Pb) [Paperback]

Mike Perkins , Leonard Kirk , Lee Weeks , Zeb Wells , Brian Reed , Mike Carey , Jeff Parker , Christos Gage , John Rhett Thomas
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25 Mar 2009 Graphic Novel Pb
Five stories from across the Marvel Universe, illuminating key elements of the SECRET INVASION! Captain Marvel takes a stand! Marvel Boy makes a choice! Wonder Man and the Beast face off! Abigail Brand, Agent of SWORD finds the foe! And the Agents of Atlas enter the fight! Plus, the Secret Invasion has been underway for years. For how long and to what extent, Tony Stark is not sure, but there is one thing he does know: Now is not the time for complacency. Following hot on the heels of the stunning revelation that Skrulls have been masquerading as Elektra and Black Bolt, Stark puts his best data-mining technology to the test to piece together their treacherous plot. Also, Ever since the dawning of the Marvel Age of heroes, the Skrulls have been known as scheming, conniving, insidious interlopers in the affairs not just of Earth, but the whole universe. Now, get the Skrulls' side of the story! Who are they, what drives them, and what are their ultimate goals? Collects Secret Invasion: Who Do You Trust?, Saga, Skrulls!, and Marvel Spotlight: Secret Invasion.

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Product details

  • Paperback: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel Comics (25 Mar 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785134093
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785134091
  • Product Dimensions: 0.7 x 16.4 x 25.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 357,130 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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3.0 out of 5 stars ok but not great 26 May 2009
By Romek
ties up some loose ends, explains a couple of things, but unfortunately also recycles several stories. I'm still waiting for Secret Invasion to blow me away... so far it's been mediocre. Civil War was much better.
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2.0 out of 5 stars For Secret Invasion completists only 12 April 2011
By G. Steirer - Published on Amazon.com
Secret Invasion: Who Do You Trust? collects four individual comic books: the Secret Invasion: Who Do You Trust? one-shot, Secret Invasion Saga, Skrulls!, and Marvel Spotlight: Secret Invasion (a collection of interviews and promotional material), all originally published in 2009. The graphic novel is competently produced with thin, medium-gloss paper and a solid binding. Extras are limited: two unremarkable variant covers of the original Secret Invasion: Who Do You Trust?

As for the graphic novel's content, there is very little story on offer here. The original Who Do You Trust? contains five extremely short Secret Invasion-related tales (each is 8 pages long): one featuring Captain Marvel, one with Marvel Boy, one focusing on Wonder Man and the Beast, one about the Agents of Atlas, and one (the best one, in this reviewer's opinion) following the recent activities of Abigail Brand, Agent of S.W.O.R.D. All of these stories are entertaining--and feature good art (especially the Abigail Brand piece)--but there's not much to them; most readers will be disappointed by their brevity. Unfortunately, the rest of the graphic novel--Saga, Skrulls!, and Spotlight--offers merely well-polished editorial material. Saga is a narration (in fairly confusing form) of the Skrulls' history in the Marvel Universe. Skrulls! is an encyclopedia of Skrull-related characters written from a Skrull perspective. And Saga, as noted above, is simply a collection of light interviews and promotional material. For what they are, these three issues are not terrible, but most readers will probably not want to read them.

Ultimately, unless you're a die-hard Secret Invasion completist, you're better off skipping the Who Do You Trust? graphic novel. It offers far too little story.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Started out good but then crashed and burned 18 April 2014
By Jem - Published on Amazon.com
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I've been working my way through the major Marvel crossovers, with the latest being Secret Invasion. This book popped up as a recommendation at some point along the way and I ordered a copy.

The book starts out promising. It opens with a few stories that lead directly into events that are depicted in the main event. For example, the SWORD space station is attacked and Agent Brand ends up outside the station in a protective bubble. Here, we see her in the bubble reflecting on how she got to that point. Similar encounters for Beast and Wonder Man, and also Noh Var, follow. Then the book takes a turn.

The rest of the book is taken up by Tony Stark "reviewing" a report prepared by Maria Hill for him. In actuality, it's just an EXTENSIVE recap of events that lead into Secret Invasion. And that recap is done through large, wordy dialog boxes (of Tony "thinking to himself") coupled with images from throughout the tie-ins. Everything here is just a summary of prior material. After Tony's review, the book gives readers a Skrull "report" to his queen - which amounted to a bunch of character profiles. The book concludes with two somewhat interesting interviews with a writer and artists from the event.

Overall, this was a huge disappointment for anyone who has collected even some of the tie-in trades. I would only recommend this collection to those who don't intend to read the tie-ins at all, just the main event. Otherwise, this is a waste.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great story line. 22 Oct 2013
By shawn haines - Published on Amazon.com
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Love discovering the mysteries and challenges the characters go through in their struggles to learn and live with or without the knowledge of the skrulls.
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