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Wonder Man #7: Review

Mar 1992
Gerard Jones, Jeff Johnson

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4 stars

Wonder Man #7 Review by (February 8, 2014)
Review: Issue-long fight is terrific but seems like padding to drag Wonder Man into a leading role in the tale; really cool but seems a bit superfluous. Easy to overlook in all the excitement, though. The epic as a whole? One of the best multi-comic crossovers, marked by a complex story, tight plotting, strong characterization, and consistent quality. And it actually tries to mean something in the end!

Comments: Part 4 of Operation Galactic Storm.


Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Wonder Man #7 Synopsis by Peter Silvestro

Follows QUASAR #32

Wonder Man finds himself face-to-face with the Kree champion Captain Atlas—to their mutual surprise. Atlas attacks and repeatedly uses the stolen Nega-Bands to quickly switch places with Rick Jones before Simon can retaliate. Meanwhile, Quasar and company are equally surprised when Rick keeps vanishing from Starfox’s ship. The battle on Earth continues to Wonder Man’s disadvantage until he finally catches on to the timing and is able to deliver a stunning blow to the villain when he reappears.

Elsewhere, the Kree Supreme Intelligence recruits another disgruntled hero, Ultimus, for his Star-Force….

Seeing that the Kree-Shi’ar war is threatening Earth, Captain America summons all Avengers to a meeting. Rick Jones is returned to the Pantheon. Simon tells his agent, secretary, and landlady to put all business on hold while he attends.

Meanwhile, a massive solar flare threatens to destroy the STARCORE….

Continued in AVENGERS #345

Jeff Johnson
Dan Panosian
Joe Rosas
Jeff Johnson (Cover Penciler)
Terry Austin (Cover Inker)


Listed in Alphabetical Order.

Captain America
Captain America

(Steve Rogers)

(Wendell Vaughn)
Scarlet Witch
Scarlet Witch

(Wanda Maximoff)


Plus: Captain Atlas, Doctor Minerva, Kree, Shi’ar, Ultimus.

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