Devils Reign #3

Devils Reign #3

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Chip Zdarsky
(A) Marco Checchetto
(CA) Marco Checchetto
New York City stands at the brink of disaster as MAYOR WILSON FISK has at last reached a breaking point, with an army of super villains at his back, and a deputized crew of super villainous THUNDERBOLTS on the streets and in every police station. Worse still, he's put the Marvel Universe's most powerful tools into (all six) hands of one of its most diabolical minds, unaware of the disaster that could befall the entire city as a result! As a gauntlet of super villains stand between Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man and Daredevil and liberating the heroes who have been captured by Fisk's law enforcement, they're ALL about to learn that the danger is closer than they ever thought possible. Civilians, heroes, even children - NO ONE is safe from the Kingpin's wrath
Date Available: 01/26/2022
BONUS REVIEW by Jake Pierce


I love this series for many reasons, I love Checchetto's art so much, and the ensemble of characters is great. Really glad it isn't just the Iron Man show again and we finally can get a Marvel event showcasing some of the street level characters. The main reason I love this series is how picks up from the most underrated story arc of Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's Daredevil run introducing the Purple Children, and if you know me, Waid's Daredevil run is one of my favorite series of all time. A lot of stuff happens in this issue and one thing that I'd be very annoyed with if it were Peter in the Spidey suit and not Ben. Currently sitting on the edge of my seat until the next issue comes out because my little ole heart can't take that cliffhanger. Here's hoping issue #4 doesn't take a nosedive into ridiculousness like the last event I enjoyed this much 3 issues in, looking at you Civil War 2.

I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Chip Zdarsky
(A) Marco Checchetto
(CA) Marco Checchetto
New York City stands at the brink of disaster as MAYOR WILSON FISK has at last reached a breaking point, with an army of super villains at his back, and a deputized crew of super villainous THUNDERBOLTS on the streets and in every police station. Worse still, he's put the Marvel Universe's most powerful tools into (all six) hands of one of its most diabolical minds, unaware of the disaster that could befall the entire city as a result! As a gauntlet of super villains stand between Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man and Daredevil and liberating the heroes who have been captured by Fisk's law enforcement, they're ALL about to learn that the danger is closer than they ever thought possible. Civilians, heroes, even children - NO ONE is safe from the Kingpin's wrath
Date Available: 01/26/2022
BONUS REVIEW by Jake Pierce


I love this series for many reasons, I love Checchetto's art so much, and the ensemble of characters is great. Really glad it isn't just the Iron Man show again and we finally can get a Marvel event showcasing some of the street level characters. The main reason I love this series is how picks up from the most underrated story arc of Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's Daredevil run introducing the Purple Children, and if you know me, Waid's Daredevil run is one of my favorite series of all time. A lot of stuff happens in this issue and one thing that I'd be very annoyed with if it were Peter in the Spidey suit and not Ben. Currently sitting on the edge of my seat until the next issue comes out because my little ole heart can't take that cliffhanger. Here's hoping issue #4 doesn't take a nosedive into ridiculousness like the last event I enjoyed this much 3 issues in, looking at you Civil War 2.

I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


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