Inferno: Warzones

Inferno: Warzones

Dennis Hopeless Javier Garrón / Apr 04, 2020

Inferno Warzones Spinning out of the universe shattering events of Secret Wars comes a new twist on the X Men classic that s a whole hell of a lot hotter than you remember years ago a band of demons rose up out of t

  • Title: Inferno: Warzones
  • Author: Dennis Hopeless Javier Garrón
  • ISBN: 9780785198734
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback
  • Spinning out of the universe shattering events of Secret Wars comes a new twist on the X Men classic that s a whole hell of a lot hotter than you remember 5 years ago a band of demons rose up out of the fiery depths and turned Manhattan into Hell on Earth The X Men fought to vanquish the demon horde and The X Men failed Welcome back to the Inferno On this the fi fthSpinning out of the universe shattering events of Secret Wars comes a new twist on the X Men classic that s a whole hell of a lot hotter than you remember 5 years ago a band of demons rose up out of the fiery depths and turned Manhattan into Hell on Earth The X Men fought to vanquish the demon horde and The X Men failed Welcome back to the Inferno On this the fi fth anniversary of Manhattan s fall, Piotr Rasputin is leading a small band of mutants back into the Inferno Colossus doesn t know what they ll fi nd on the other side of those flames but he knows for certainThey re not coming back without his sister COLLECTING Inferno

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    1. Now, as those of you who have read my reviews of other tie-ins will have probably guessed by now, I am not what you'd call a huge fan of the new Secret Wars. Inferno: Warzones or, as I prefer to think of it, The Long-Awaited Revenge of Maddie Pryor is an exception.Dennis Hopeless has crafted a story here that encapsulates the fun that can be had playing RPGs (I'm a gamer; bite me) and is a real rollercoaster ride. He's taken a bunch of characters and a fan-favourite setting and, instead of produ [...]


    2. I've long that that Colossus was the most boring character in comics. Yes, even more so than Cyclops and Superman. I've never read a story with him in it that induced me to care about him. This is no exception. However, I could sympathize to a certain extent, because Hopeless puts the focus on one of his best characteristics: his devotion to his sister, Illyana. Now, I've either never read the original Inferno story, or I've totally forgotten it, so I couldn't catch the echoes here. But I know w [...]


    3. I haven't read a lot of the recent Secret Wars event tie-ins but among that I did, Hopeless and Jarron's Inferno miniseries was one of the few that I enjoyed from the first issue to the last. It helped that I was in an X-Men kind of reading mood, but Hopeless' adaptation of a classic X-Men story line and Jarron's crisp and dynamic line art made for a good combination.Admittedly, I haven't read the original story-line, because the number of books involved intimidated me, but I do have a working k [...]


    4. 3.5 stars if I could.Finally a Secret Wars tie-in comic I liked!There's a lot going on in this issue - and all of it is pretty spectacular! This is a high octane story and while the events of this book don't feel like they are going to change a whole lot of the going-ons in the Marvel universe, it sure is a helluva lot of fun to read!I freaking loved the art! There was so much happening, so much to see! Every page had panels and panels of demon hordes and goblin armies that were just a fuck-ton [...]


    5. Note: for those playing along at home, and who want to go into this book more informed than I was before writing the following review, gander at the article on the original event (which is never heard of until now):en.mpedia/wiki/InferThis book immediately has a very specific design aesthetic, which makes me suspicious. Is this a greenfield new idea, or is it a throwback to some fabled old X-Men storyline that everyone remembers a little too fondly?I know the history bits from what's filtered i [...]



    6. An amazing story that brought a classic Xmen story into the modern era focusing on a pivotal member of the team through all of this. Colossus' sister, Illyana, was crucial to the Inferno story, what if the Xmen hadn't won? What if they opted to allow Hell to continue swallowing Manhattan and opted instead to patrol outside of their force field. One day a year, Colossus and a team of Xmen go in, searching for his sister. Five years later, it looks like he might have more success than ever before. [...]


    7. A fun stand alone ; interesting art and nice camoes and background details. twisty plot and a quick read.Too many characters were wise cracking and it was a bit montonous.



    8. WELCOME TO THE FIRE. Dennis Hopeless is joined by artist Javier Garron in a dystopian tale featuring everyone's favorite mutant team the X-men. First it has been amazing to me how great the tie-in books have been in the Marvel Secret Wars events. Marvel has just cooked up some truly intriguing dimensions for comics fans to visit. Warzone: Inferno tells a tale about a brother, Colossus, trying to rescue his sister , Illyana aka Magik from the clutches of demonic control. Although there was a grea [...]


    9. This all kind of makes sense relative to a combination of Inferno and the Cable and the X-Force title. It never really made me invested in any of the characters or their problems but it all came together well enough. I can't figure out why it seems so flat. The fault is not obvious.Also, bonus points for having the fewest references to Doom, the Thors, an Barons. All of those elements really derail the Secret Wars stories. It surprised that Colossus, who is kind of a nothing character, was criti [...]


    10. Collects Inferno issues #1-5This story is set during the events of "Secret Wars," however it doesn't tie into "Secret Wars" in such a way that makes it required reading for that series. With that being said, with some minor tweaks, this story could exist as a "What If" story (outside of the Battleworld of the 2015 "Secret Wars" event).I have never read the original "Inferno" story within the X-Men books, so I didn't have a lot of context for what was happening at the point in time when this stor [...]


    11. This was.t one of my favorites from the Secret Wars titles. The story falls flat, with no reason to really care as to what is going on. If I hadn't read the original Inferno storyline then I am not sure I would have known why things were going the way they were going. The story also seemed really rushed, like it could have gone at least a half an issue more with the stuff that was skipped in the panels. Javier Garron's art is interesting, but sometimes it seemed a bit busy. I know that the sheer [...]


    12. Hopeless revisits the Inferno storyline and rather curiously focuses on characters from his recent X-Force run, and the result is OK, I guess. But it's disappointing for a Hopeless comic. He gets the feel of the '80s characters right and a few times nails the feeling of Inferno, but there's little depth to his story telling. There's no nuance to the characters and the plotline is just a long series of fights against Illyana. A few times we hear that X-Men have been lost, but we don't have any c [...]


    13. Lo que más me gustó cuando leí mi primer cómic dibujado por Javier Garrón ("Infinite Crisis: Fight For The Multiverse #3") fue el diseño de Dos Caras embrutecido y ese Bane de las Wastelands que era un injerto de langosta con esteroides. Y ahora cuando veo que en "Inferno", uno de los crossovers de Secret Wars de Marvel, la villana del tebeo le quita el alma a Rondador Nocturno, mi hombre X favorito y lo transforma en una bestia cuadrúpeda teletransportadora y llena de dientes, entre saur [...]


    14. So, this would not have worked if it weren't for the whole Battleworld thing - each domain sectioned off from the others, so no help from other heroes and domain armies, etc. Manhattan is all by its lonesome, overrun by demons. It's funny how Cyclops is a hypocritical, self-righteous asshole no matter what parallel universe he is in though, amiright? This was fun. Art was great. As all the Secret War/Battleworld ties it was a pretty slim volume.


    15. 2 and a half.Quite boring due to the flatness of most characters. Only thing that turns it from 'mainly yawn-inducing' to 'not so bad' was that draconian (even more) Nightcrawler.A pity that I find it one of most appealing tie-ins, as it shows that most of them are quite bland. Looking forward to finishing A-Force, though.


    16. The writing wasn't very good on this one but there was a lot of action and the art was great so they kind of compensated for it. Javier Garrón is going to be one of the best artists out there. It's good that Marvel has the money to employ artists like this because if they depended solely on "good" writing they would be doomed.


    17. More of a "What If" story than a Secret Wars crossover, "What If the X-Men Lost Inferno?". It's a decent story with not very good art. I can see potential in Javier Garron's art but he needs to really work on his facial features. They're all distorted.


    18. Okay, I never read the original X-men: Inferno so I didn't understand what was going on here. I could pretty much guess. I just didn't care. I wasn't pulled into it. It was kind of ugly. And un-involving. Miss this one.


    19. This was okay and I actually enjoyed Colossus and Domino together here, but it was not the Illyana I love. Maddie Pryor was great though! An interesting aside from the main Secret Wars storyline but not one I would revisit in the future.



    20. In which the X-Men pretty unsuccessfully fight demons, Nightcrawler quotes The Princess Bride, Colossus wears Nightcrawler boxers (complete with bamf clouds) and Baby Cable steals the show.




    21. Consoling that the whole thing looks like a cross between Hero Klix, Dungeons and Dragons, with some sprinkles of action fantasy films. I think this is the best Secret Wars spinoff I've read so far.




    22. The only part of what is, essentially, a What If story that distracted from the story was the portions of the story that had to do with the baronies of Battle World and those politics.


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