peteparker's Red Skull #3 - Incarnate, Part 3 review

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    Brilliantly executed & an emotional punch in the gut. 0

    If you haven't been reading Greg Pak's "Red Skull : Incarnate" you've been missing out on one of the best things Marvel has going. Cut from the same cloth as "Magneto: Testament", this series chronicles the life of a young boy named Johann who eventual becomes The Red Skull. This issue moves further into Johann's painful and destructive rise to power and concludes with a particularly significant but disturbing final page. Pak is writing a story that not only serves as entertainment but as a his...

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    Shaping a Monster 0

    I really love when the major comic companies; explain their villain characters, because I tend to see the characters story a little different from then on. Let me first start by saying, if Marvel would've started the series from issue #3; you guys wouldn't have missed anything. In this issue we see Johann still living his life; as a typical street urchin. He's been carrying out hits for a criminal, when he comes across his 'friend' Dieter.The relationship between him and Dieter strikes me as mys...

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