Squadron Sinister: Warzones (2020)

Squadron Sinister: Warzones Marc Guggenheim Carlos Pacheco Roy Thomas Sal Buscema Squadron Sinister Warzones They re the WORLD S GREATESTVILLAINS The SQUADRON SINISTER And they re taking Battleworld by force in this Secret Wars tie in for fans of crime epics like The Godfather The Sopranos and Sons of Anarc
  • Title: Squadron Sinister: Warzones
  • Author: Marc Guggenheim Carlos Pacheco Roy Thomas Sal Buscema
  • ISBN: 9780785198888
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback
Squadron Sinister: Warzones Marc Guggenheim Carlos Pacheco Roy Thomas Sal Buscema They re the WORLD S GREATESTVILLAINS The SQUADRON SINISTER And they re taking Battleworld by force in this Secret Wars tie in for fans of crime epics like The Godfather, The Sopranos and Sons of Anarchy But will controlling one Domain be enough for Hyperion and his gang COLLECTING SQUADRON SINISTER, AVENGERS 1963 69 70
Squadron Sinister: Warzones Marc Guggenheim Carlos Pacheco Roy Thomas Sal Buscema

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  1. Jeff

    In this slice of Secret Wars War Zones, Dr Doom has set up an area controlled by rival supervillain gangs each vying for control of a larger piece of the action The Squadron Sinister are the big guns who like to throw their weight around.The Squadron Sinister, created by Roy Thomas and John Buscema were first featured back in Avengers 69 71 issues 69 and 70 are reprinted in this volume as a foil to the Avengers in a contest for ultimate control of the universe or something The group characters a [...]

  2. Terence

    The Squadron Sinister is a powerful group of individuals that are conquering all corners of the Utopolis Battleworld by force Surprisingly the biggest threat to their power is each other.From time to time I have wondered how Marvel or DC could get away with characters who are clearly copied from one another Squadron Sinister is quite likely the most blatant copying I ve ever seen They are very clearly copied off of the Justice League.What surprised me is that I actually really liked these evil j [...]

  3. Paul

    This was one of the better Secret Wars tie ins The creative team took the opportunity of having a consequence free sandbox to play in to create a smorgasbord of homages to a bunch of some of the Marvel Universe s obscure corners and even one love letter to the DC Universe view spoiler Yes, that s right they used Marvel s Justice League analogs to have their own little Batman vs Superman a hem I mean Nighthawk vs Hyperion of course but, seriously, they even put a little scrap of paper in the bac [...]

  4. Chad

    Finally, something a little different in all these Warzones Battleworlds tie ins Taking a page from Forever Evil over at the Distinguished Competition, The Squadron Sinister is another analogue to the Justice League, ala the Crime Syndicate One area of Battleworld isn t enough for the Squadron and they are looking to grow their empire At the same time, everyone is plotting behind Hyperian s back to take down the king This book was such a refreshing change from the rest of the schlock Marvel rele [...]

  5. Mike

    Uncle Guggy Mastermind of the Flarrowverse, the man who s brought misery to superhero TV obsessed weenies like me than even the bastards who bullied me in grade school.So why am I subjecting myself to this One, it ranks among My Favourite Secret Wars Comics on the ComicHerald guide, and two, enough of my friends here on GoodReads haven t shat on it, so I felt pretty safe in the encounter How much could The G Meister possibly do to intentionally inflict pain on his poor embattled readers I get t [...]

  6. Alan

    I ve pretty much been a sucker for these characters since their first couple of appearances yeah, I m that old Plus, I felt this was pretty solid creative team so I broke my promise to myself to pass on just about every Secret Wars mini series and read this one.And, it was pretty much what I expected It is not a great story, but for long time comic fans there are plenty of Easter Eggs to play with In what I consider a non spoiler way there are some familiar trophies in the Squadron s headquarter [...]

  7. David

    The Squadron Sinister Warzones story is okay for villain story Was expecting something a bit better Looks great though The classic reprints from the 60 s Avengers are wonderful but they end in cliff hanger Not sure why they didn t include the final chapter to the story Very irritating that.

  8. Sonic

    Well isn t this a nice and dark lil surprise The art is serviceable and not too impressive, but the story is so great that it did not matter to me Loved it.

  9. Maria Kramer

    I like this volume A supervillain team schemes and backbites each other into oblivion A sort of high color take on a noir crime story Quite fun.

  10. Matt

    Collects Squadron Sinister issues 1 4 and Avengers 1963 issues 69 70This 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, the story in this collection could only take place within the Battleworld of the 2015 Secret Wars The Squadron Sinister is made up of analogues of DC Comics Justice League characters Here is the roster within these pages Hyperion like Superman Nighthawk lik [...]

  11. Shannon Appelcline

    Guggenheim makes good use of the Battleworld by mixing together the Squadron Sinister with the New Universe, and even giving cameos to the JMS Squadron Supreme and the Shadowline of all things It s a fun and nostalgic mismatch.The story itself is strong too, with the focus on the Squadron Sinister being a bunch of backstabbing creeps It s behavior that s too often ignored in villain comics, and I was pleased to see it here.Is this a very important story in the big picture Probably not, pending h [...]

  12. Rigoberto

    One of the best tie ins to Secret Wars in my opinion The story is intriguing, as well as the behavior of the Squadron Sinister The easter eggs to the DC universe are pretty good, especially in the last few pages The art was well, and the ending does leaving you thinking, especially the quote.

  13. Ed

    Overall, a pretty fun story that largely stands alone from Secret Wars except for the weak ending I really enjoyed the villainous palace intrigue of the first three issues but it fizzled out in issue 4.

  14. Jacobi

    I am a sucker for evil analogs to the JLA stories, but because of that I feel like I ve seen this story done better many times.

  15. Scott

    I suppose this is supposed to be Shakespeare ian, but I just kept thinking to myself Are these guys supposed to be the Marvel version of Justice League I mean, just look at em

  16. Mike McDevitt

    Ever wonder whose dingus is biggest in the Justice Lea Uh, Squadron Sinister or New Universe Me neither Excellent art, though.

  17. Timothy Boyd

    Good mini series of an alternate world in the Marvel Mulitverse Nice art and story makes it an entertaining read Recommended

  18. Thomas Maluck

    If Multiversity can have the not Avengers, then why not feature the not Justice League in Secret Wars Gimme Multiversity over Convergence and Secret Wars any day

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