Graphic Novel Review- Marvel’s The Infinity Gauntlet

Marvel Comics Infinity Gauntlet

Jim Starlin writes this epic tale that features art from George Pérez and Ron Lim, The Infinity Gauntlet joins the Marvel Comics line of cross title epics including the original Secret Wars, Onslaught, Civil War, and so much more!

In an effort to impress Mistress Death, the rogue titan known as Thanos collects all of the Infinity Stones: Time, Space, Mind, Soul, Reality, and Power. With these stones combined with the Infinity Gauntlet, they gives him near unlimited power. With Mephisto advising, Thanos seeks to put on a show for Death, wiping out half of the universe. 

With all of this power, only Adam Warlock seems to have the means, or at least a plan to take down the mad titan with the help of Dr. Strange and Silver Surfer. Adam Warlock gathers a force that features a mix of the Avengers, X-Men, Defenders, and Guardians of the Galaxy, but can even the mightiest of heroes defeat a man who has basically become a deity? 

Marvel Comics produces some of the best mind bending, reality ripping story-lines. Though it features characters like Spider-Man, Dr. Doom, Wolverine, Hulk, and so much more, it is more than just a great science fiction and fantasy story that, to me, is more than just a comic book story.

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