Review by: JudgmentalSteve

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Story by Jonathan Hickman
Art by Alessandro Vitti
Colors by Imaginary Friends Studios
Letters by Dave Lanphear
Cover by Paul Renaud & John Tyler Christopher

Size: pages
Price: 2.99

Secret Warriors has been a fascinating series to follow. It’s deeply rooted in continuty, making it a challenge for even Marvel comics veterans, and the espionage story was difficult to follow from month to month, between all the plot twists and backstories and betrayals. However, for those of us who stuck with, it was an awesome ride from start to finish.

With issue 28, that finish has come. The story of Nick Fury and his caterpillars is complete and the future of these characters¬†is layed out before us. At the end of it, Jonathan Hickman hammers in the most important point of the series: Nick Fury is the man and the Marvel universe is lucky to have had him protecting the free world for the past fifty years. Hickman’s work is a spot on conclusion to a great series and Alessandro Vitti’s art has only improved since he began drawing way back in issue seven. If you’re looking for a series with great espionage, artwork, and storytelling, then I highly recommend you pick this series up.

Story: 5 - Excellent
Art: 4 - Very Good


  1. Any chance you know the explanation for Dum Dum’s young age?  Shouldn’t he be super old?

  2. Infinity Formula? Time travel? Robot parts? Magic? I don’t know, I never thought to question it.

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