S.H.I.E.L.D. VOL 2 #1

The most acclaimed book of 2010 is back in 2011!

The second volume of S.H.I.E.L.D. has arrived and Jonathan Hickman (FANTASTIC FOUR) and Dustin Weaver (X-MEN) are making the second volume of S.H.I.E.L.D. even better than the first!

In this issue, the secret history of Michelangelo. He has been pulling the strings for years and is now becoming the prime mover. Can he keep Da Vinci and Newton from killing each other and destroying the Brotherhood of the Shield?

Don’t miss this new start of the book that everyone is talking about!

Story by Jonathan Hickman
Art by Dustin Weaver
Colors by Sonia Oback
Letters by Todd Klein
Cover by Gerald Parel, Dustin Weaver & Christina Strain

Price: $3.99
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  1. This is not how how the world ends!!! Can’t wait to read that again.

  2. This is the one book that could even possibly be top of my stack this week other than Fear Itself #3. I had no idea S.H.I.E.L.D was coming back this week.
    I want to trade wait this soooo bad (read the first in trade and was extremely glad I did–same with most Hickman books) 

  3. Looking forward to this very much. Top of the stack for me definitely.

  4. Not a fan of the renumbering but that’s a minor concern. Looking forward to more Weaver!

  5. Enjoyed Vol. 1, excited for the beginning Vol. 2

  6. Just bought the vol. 1 hardcover a while back so I’m skipping issues this time and waiting for vol. 2 to come out. It will be tough but worth it I bet.

  7. Strong and mind-numbing stuff was the first series. I gotta go back and read it again before reading this second volume. I might wait for trade.

  8. So excited that this is back. I can see why you might trade wait but I need to read this as often as I can.


  10. I’m excited for this to be back but I hope the pace is now slow as last time. Being bi-monthly and having the pace of a snail kinda ruined the ending of volume 1* for me.

    *Isn’t a volume like, 12+ issues? Oh well… 

  11. So stoked!

  12. best marvel book on the stands.  The last arc is what got me into comics again.  from art to writing it doesn’t get much better than this

  13. Not ashamed to admit I barely had any idea what was going on last volume. (Though I’ve yet to read it in quick succession.) I will still be purchasing it because even when I didn’t know what was going on, it looked cool doing it.

  14. I’ll give this a shot b/c of Hickman.

  15. @HailScott  you have to read the 1st volume or you probably won’t like it.

  16. Great week for me! Three of my books were POW contenders. This book wasn’t my pick because it was a little information-y which is fine, but fun and entertainment are important as well. Too much of one not quite enough of the rest.

    Still a great book.

  17. I was giddy after I read this. This is just totally awesome

  18. Sublime comic booking. I love how this is coming together. Great explanation for Deja Vu. I do sort of miss the old colorist, but it was still good. POTW for me.

  19. @heylook  Actually, I wound up liking it a great deal. Volume 1 is on order!

  20. This issue explained a lot! It was good. It will be interesting if all of this ends up being in canon.

  21. And good lord, the detail on that last page… As talked about on the podcast, Weaver spares no detail. I even examined the window lines on the building drawings to make sure it wasn’t a copy/paste operation. Not that I doubted him, but its simply too intricate to not take a second look. My god is this series good.

  22. Yes.

    Just yes.

  23. I love this book.  Just re-read the first volume right before this issue came out.  Doing so made me completely re-fall in love with this series.  SO GOOD!!!

  24. OK … so … question here …

    When we’re young, deja vu occurs because quantum divergence is LESS pronounced and it is more likely we’ll be in the same place at the same time in various timelines. As we get older, however, wouldn’t deja vu be just as likely to occur, but for a different reason? As quantum divergence increases, the number of possible timelines also increases, potentially approaching infinity. So, theoretically, wouldn’t it be possible to be in the same place in multiple timelines MORE often, not less?

    Love this book … 

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