Siege #1 (Of 4)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Marvel Comics | Release Date Jan 6 2010 | 38 Pages | 19 MB
Marvel begins Siege, an event that they've branded as "Seven Years In The Making." It's hard to refute the claim as, Secret Invasion aside, Marvel has done a very fine job at knitting its entire line together into a cohesive and propelling forward narrative. This is no doubt helped by outstanding creative work done in titles like Thor, Iron Man and Captain America--where independent storylines are maintained yet somehow conforming to a coherent whole--from its new breed of talented and imaginative creative teams. For this title that officially starts the event, writer Brian Michael Bendis' tendency to become overbearing is more than counterbalanced by Olivier Coipel, Mark Morales and Laura Martin's tremendous work. While this issue may not be the biggest "Event" book around, it certainly is one of the best-looking. It also signals the start of a major shift in the Marvel Universe's status quo.
Note: I have two different scans of the same issue #1, one from The Last Kryptonian-CPS the details of which are posted in the promote, and a cover-to-cover scan from Team-CPS, which consists of 43 pages and has a bigger filesize of 21.1 MB. Both are posted below.
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