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Infinity Gauntlet #2: Review

Aug 1991
Jim Starlin, George Perez

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From Bad to Worse

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3 stars

Infinity Gauntlet #2 Review by (February 15, 2010)
The Human Torch is listed among the confirmed missing yet he is seen later in the story. Jim Hammond the Golden Age Torch, perhaps?


Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Infinity Gauntlet #2 Synopsis by Peter Silvestro
After half the population of the universe was winked out of existence, the Avengers and other heroes are trying to deal with the panic and disaster that come in the wake. Doctor Strange is mentally contacted by Adam Warlock and told to assemble a team of champions to be led by Warlock to deal with Thanos. Doctor Doom has joined with Strange and the Silver Surfer, demanding to know what is happening. Warlock arrives and announces his presence. Meanwhile, Thanos, still basking in the divine powers granted by the Infinity Gauntlet, captures his brother Eros and, removing his mouth, forces him to watch the display of sheer might. Still trying to win the love of Mistress Death, Thanos sends a wave of psychic destruction across the universe. When it reaches Earth, it causes a series of earthquakes and tsunamis, creating massive upheavals and straining the powers of the already exhausted heroes.
Also appearing: Thor, She-Hulk, Captain America, Vision, Wolverine, Iron Man, Quasar, Cloak, Wonder Man, Scarlet Witch, Human Torch, Namor, Namorita, Hank Pym, Spider-Man, Black Widow, the Inhumans, Nick Fury, Drax the Destroyer, Firelord. Odin, Zeus, Tezcatlipoca, Savarog, Manitou, Itzamna, Osiris, Nuada. Galactus. Pip the Troll, Epoch, Rintrah, the Kree. Mephisto, Nebula.

George Perez
Joe Rubinstein
Christie Scheele
George Perez (Cover Penciler)


Listed in Alphabetical Order.

Doctor Strange
Doctor Strange

(Stephen Strange)
Silver Surfer
Silver Surfer

(Norrin Radd)

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