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What the community says about Secret Wars
- "This isn't 100% what I was looking for. It is appropriate enough for children content-wise, and it's all about superheroes. But a graphic novel isn't what I was going for. My kids are too young to make sense of it right now, I need something I can read to them."
- "My Husband is both a DC and Marvel fan. I was trying to find something different for him. I saw this on amazon and picked up a copy, he is loving it, its not deep or in depth, more entertainment. My kids are now reading it as well, it's great as an introductory book for them to learn about characters"
- "Here's where it's at for any fan of graphic novels about superheroes, and even those who have never read one in their life. I would highly recommend that you start here if you've never read one before and continue down the path even if you have. Don't even bother with the comics, just read this."
- "I've been trying to get into comics (or at least read some) for a while but it's always so overwhelming to know where to start but since people recommended Secret Wars I gave it a read. Although I didn't know who half the characters are or some of the backstory I still found Secret Wars to be fun and it has some amazing artwork as well.""I know a good amount about the Marvel universe, and have read many comics from each of the series. Secret Wars is an interesting read that explores the history of most of the Marvel characters, and is a great cross-over. A must-read for any serious Marvel fan!""This one is just a classic! It is the (sort of) first appearnce of the Venom symbiot, my favourite character in all of fiction and highlights the morally grey morality of some beloved villains like Galactus, Doctor Doom and the Molecule man. "