The Fall Of An Avenger, Part One; Greek Tragedy wiki last edited by fesak on 05/06/13 09:08AM View full history

When the most beloved Olympian of all time falls, who will mourn him? Acclaimed INCREDIBLE HULK artist Ariel Olivetti joins writers Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente for a two-part mini-epic that marks the end of an era and the beginning of something utterly unexpected for Hercules, the Lion of Olympus. Bring your hankies -- and your golden adamantine maces -- as an all-star cast including Thor, Namor, Namora, Snowbird, Alflyse, Bruce Banner, and of course, Amadeus Cho send off the Son of Zeus with shocking tales, smash-tastic action, bawdy tomfoolery, and heart-rending drama that will change the course of Marvel's marvelous mythological milieu... forever! Plus: There are some missions that require a woman's touch- so the rest of the Agents of Atlas hang back and let Venus and Namora go out and show their stuff!

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Fall Of An Avenger, Part One

Greek Tragedy (featuring Venus & Namora)

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Great for what it is, so-so art, though. 0

Thought I'd write up a review for this, since Herc's always been a favorite of mine. Basically, Hercules is dead, and now is not the time to mourn his death, but celebrate his life. It starts with a funeral procession in Greece, and Amadeus Cho cursing Hera. Afterwards, a whole group of Marvel heroes arrive to have their say. Thor, Namor, Namora, Black Widow, Snowbird, a Dark Elf Queen, Bruce Banner, and Cho(briefly) get to have their say, and each is great. The Dark Elf Queen, in particular, ad...

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