If so, why? I saw an issue at Barnes and Noble a few days ago. What's going on here? Didn't this event end a while ago.
Age of Ultron is all the rage now. I can't get into all of these crossovers that span pretty much every title and then some, and or contain new mini series from it. I BELIEVE that Fear Itself was supposed to be self-contained, and that it was supposed to stand on it's own, but we all know that that didn't work out did it? As for Civil War, it had a good premise, but the characters were dropping the Idiot Ball all over the place, and some of them did things that made absolutely no sense at all, obviously to propel the plot forward. I like the original Secret War. I bought it from Amazon a few years ago, and I know that a lot of people hate on it. It certainly wasn't a masterpiece, but it had some good stuff on it, and if you ask me, great characterization of Doctor Doom and Magneto. As well as the Molecule Man, a cool Spider-Man versus X-Men fight, good art by Mike Zeck (Whatever happened to him anyway? He was really good.), and a few other things. Infinity Gauntlet had some great moments and some great art as well. Offhand, those were more self-contained, so those are the ones that I'm going with. Dark Reign had some good stuff, and it was good to see the villains take over, rule, and get the spotlight (Although it would have been really cool to see some of the ones that they had in that Dark Reign one-shot book. They really dropped the ball there.). Speaking of, has anyone read the Avengers: Operation Galactic Storm? What issue did the Supreme Intelligence detonate the bomb in? I hear that it was a Wonder Man issue. I'm trying to get it. Thanks.