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Jim Starlin...Enough said!
on 14 June 2007
This book is a part of Jim Starlin's magnificent epic "Infinity". To truly understand this Epic you should read, by this order: "Warlock", "The Thanos Quest", "The Infinity Gauntlet", "Infinity War", "Infinity Crusade", "Thanos: Infinity Abyss", "Marvel Universe, The End". To read one without the others could be confusing. Unforgettable characters such as Thanos the Titan (Jim's best creation, as far as I'm concerned), Adam Warlock (Stan and Kirby reinvented character), Pip, and all of Marvel main stream characters, are involved on this cosmic huge arc story. You can also read Adam Warlock's "infinity Watch" comic series.
A must have for any Marvel hard-core collector; to get this comics first printings is better than buying stock market shares or bonds.
Jim Starlin was a Marvel Master, now playing for DC. He debuts with amazing John Romita and Roy Thomas in 1972; strongly under the influence of Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby. Jim Starlin gets recognition for his work with the Shazam Award for Outstanding New Talent in 1973. Jim's beautiful, although dark, stile is missed by all of us, true believers on Marvel gigs. Saudades, Jim Starlin.
If you enjoy Marvel 80's stile super-heroes, you can find as good as, but you can't find better.
If you want to see more of Jim Starlin's all time Marvel work, you should get an amazing 1982 Graphic Novel: "The death of Captain Marvel".