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Armor Wars #1

Armor Wars #1

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) James Robinson (A) Marcio Takara (CA) Paul Rivoche
A SHADOW FALLS OVER AN ARMORED UTOPIA!
TECHNOPOLIS: Amazing Domain of science and wonder created by rival genius brothers TONY AND ARNO STARK. A utopia except...a unique disease forces EVERYONE to wear armor to live and breathe.
In this armored land a hero is murdered and the killer's identity a mystery Baron Tony Stark must solve.
But in doing so, will Technopolis be forced into a civil war? Rated T+

Date Available: 06/03/2015
BONUS REVIEW by Brad Parkkonen


I'm wracking my brain trying to find something positive to say about Armor Wars, and well... I guess "Spyder-man" is kind of cool? Kind of? The book was terribly paced, lacked any sort of set-up and felt like it was just thrown together haphazardly. I was upset after reading this because it wasted seven minutes of my time. I could have read something a lot better in that time. In the beginning we're thrown into a technology-dominated world in which Spyder-Man - not Spider-Man, notice the 'y' - is swinging around running from cyber-thugs. And that's all that happened, other than Tony Stark trying to buy a company, and a completely uneventful party. Nothing happens. Nothing.

I give it 0 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) James Robinson (A) Marcio Takara (CA) Paul Rivoche
A SHADOW FALLS OVER AN ARMORED UTOPIA!
TECHNOPOLIS: Amazing Domain of science and wonder created by rival genius brothers TONY AND ARNO STARK. A utopia except...a unique disease forces EVERYONE to wear armor to live and breathe.
In this armored land a hero is murdered and the killer's identity a mystery Baron Tony Stark must solve.
But in doing so, will Technopolis be forced into a civil war? Rated T+

Date Available: 06/03/2015
BONUS REVIEW by Brad Parkkonen


I'm wracking my brain trying to find something positive to say about Armor Wars, and well... I guess "Spyder-man" is kind of cool? Kind of? The book was terribly paced, lacked any sort of set-up and felt like it was just thrown together haphazardly. I was upset after reading this because it wasted seven minutes of my time. I could have read something a lot better in that time. In the beginning we're thrown into a technology-dominated world in which Spyder-Man - not Spider-Man, notice the 'y' - is swinging around running from cyber-thugs. And that's all that happened, other than Tony Stark trying to buy a company, and a completely uneventful party. Nothing happens. Nothing.

I give it 0 out of 10 Grahams


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