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War Machine blasts into his own ongoing solo series! Across the globe, from the killing fields of Santo Marco to the blasted deserts of occupied Aqiria, butchers and tyrants are committing the most horrific atrocities imaginable. The outside world won't raise a finger to stop them, but now Jim Rhodes is on the job. And forget a finger - he's raising a couple of ginormous shoulder mounted rocket cannons! From WORLD WAR HULK scribe Greg Pak and DEATHLOK artist Leonardo Manco comes the most shocking incarnation of War Machine you've ever seen - along with a surprisingly familiar supporting cast and one of the biggest villains in the Marvel Universe!

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WAR, it's Fantastic. 0

Great art and a great look at a character. This is one of those issues for people who like gritty realism to their superheroics. Serious tone, everything makes sense in a tight story and it's only the first issue. This issue makes War Machine waaaaay cooler than Iron Man trust that....

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Unexpected Awsomeness 0

To put it simply, I was pleasantly suprised by this issue. If you read my review for the online preview, you'll see that I am very critical of the preview issue. After re-reading the preview, I actually disagree with a large number of the points I made. For one thing, the art was pretty good. The story, well, it wasn't the best. But the bottom line is that I was overly critical on my review of issue #0.  But enough about the past. It's time to look to this issue! As I stated above, I wasn't expe...

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