Armor Wars: Warzones! PDF

Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the 1984 comic armor Wars: Warzones! PDF series. Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars, commonly known as Secret Wars, is a twelve-issue American comic book crossover limited series published from May 1984 to April 1985 by Marvel Comics. Kenner had licensed the DC Heroes.

Författare: James Robinson.

Mattel had He-Man, but wanted to hedge in case superheroes became the next big fad. In the eleventh issue of the Marvel Age news magazine, published February 1984, a news column announced the series as Cosmic Champions. One month later, the twelfth issue of Marvel Age featured a cover story on the series, now titled Secret Wars. We went through a number of ideas for names for the toy line and series. Mattel’s focus group tests indicated that kids reacted positively to the words ‚wars‘ and ’secret‘.

Mattel had a number of other requirements. Doctor Doom, they said, looked too medieval. His armor would have to be made more high-tech. So would Iron Man’s, because their focus groups indicated that kids reacted positivelyetc. They also said there had to be new fortresses, vehicles and weapons because they wanted playsets, higher price point merchandise and additional play value. When time came to actually do it, I realized that only I could write it.

8, which featured the origin of Spider-Man’s black costume. A cosmic entity called the Beyonder observes the mainstream Marvel universe. The next issues of series tie-ins with Secret Wars open right after the return of the Marvel combatants. Readers would have to read Secret Wars through to find what caused these changes. Years later, it was revealed that—while the heroes and villains fought on Battleworld—the Thing’s girlfriend Alicia Masters was replaced by Lyja, a Skrull spy. When the Fantastic Four returned to Earth without the Thing, she began a relationship with the Human Torch.

This article or section appears to be slanted towards recent events. Please try to keep recent events in historical perspective and add more content related to non-recent events. In 2011, IGN listed Secret Wars as one of the best comic book events. Their writers found the action and goofiness of the story to be enjoyable. They also highlighted the impact it had on the Marvel Universe by introducing the symbiote and new characters.

One year later, Secret Wars II was published, with the Beyonder visiting Earth and having a tie-in with almost every Marvel comic book written at the time. It tells the story from Spider-Man’s perspective and features major discrepancies with the original event. These tales include him receiving the Beyonder’s power and creating „New Parker City“, Spider-Man and the Thing spying on Dr. Doom, and a story featuring Spider-Man’s suspicions concerning the Hulk.

In 2015, as part of the modern day Secret Wars event, Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars was released. This four-issue miniseries retold the events of the original miniseries from Deadpool’s point of view and fixed inconsistencies with the original and later events. Brave New World“ by Jay Faerber and Gregg Schigiel explored what would happen if the heroes became stranded on Battleworld, after Galactus and Beyonder destroy each other in battle. In another alternate universe, Doctor Doom retains the Beyonder’s power and takes over the universe. Mattel released three waves of action figures, vehicles, and accessories in the Secret Wars toyline from 1984 to 1985. A History of Marvel’s Secret Wars“. Avengers Vs The Infinity Gauntlet Once More“.