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While the issues that propel the second CIVIL WAR divide the heroes of the Marvel Universe, they have an impact upon the villains as well! Where Do They Stand in this brave new Marvel U. and how far will they go to make it theirs? COLLECTING: Civil War II: Kingpin 1-4, Amazing Spider-Man (1963) 51...

Title : Civil War II: Kingpin
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ISBN : 9781302902537
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 120 Pages
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Civil War II: Kingpin Reviews

  • Paul
    2018-10-19 13:11

    Putting aside the fact that I'm not usually a fan of comics where the villain is the protagonist, this four-issue Civil War II tie-in really didn't set my world afire. For starters, it had practically nothing to do with Civil War II, so slapping that title on the cover stinks of false advertising. Secondly, we've seen the whole 'Kingpin-hits-rock-bottom-then-builds-himself-back-up-to-a-major-player-again' storyline a few times now; it's getting old. We also got yet another Kingpin vs. Punisher fight... again, this is so tired by this point that the players might as well be wearing pyjamas.

  • Chad
    2018-10-14 10:05

    Kingpin runs around New York during Civil War II. Yeah, that's pretty much the plot.The Good: It was only 4 issues although that was 3 and a half issues too long.The Bad: Everything about this was bad. The story was boring, the art horrific.The Ugly: Some of the worst art I've ever seen in a comic. It literally looked like my toddler nephew's scribbles.

  • Sesana
    2018-10-18 14:10

    Hated the art, got bored with the story.

  • Quentin Wallace
    2018-10-13 08:31

    I will start out by saying Im a huge Punisher fan, and since this series featured a pretty cool Punisher vs. Kingpin battle which probably increased my rating slightly.The series did tie into the Civil War II event, if perhaps a little peripherally. There's a new Inhuman with the power to predict the future so heroes can stop villains before they commit crimes. However, Kingpin ends up with an Inhuman whose power makes him unable to predict. So he uses this newfound power in order to rebuild his criminal empire Then he runs into the Punisher, and SHIELD shows up as well. The story wasn't bad, but the art just wasn't my cup of tea. I think it would have worked better on a humor title. Not a bad read, but not something you'd have to read in order to read Civil War II.

  • Adan
    2018-11-09 14:12

    I'm not gonna lie. I wasn't really expecting anything from this, and I only read it because I'm a completionist by nature. But it was actually pretty good! A story about the nature of paranoia in the criminal mind is not at all what I was expecting from a corporate superhero event tie-in story. Also, the fight between the Kingpin and the Punisher was excellent, as was Wilson's brutal outmaneuvering of SHIELD while in their custody. Matthew Rosenberg should write more crime comics for sure.

  • Anchorpete
    2018-11-03 07:25

    The artwork in this is just horrible.I am sorry. I don't mean to be so harsh, especially whenever I have never made a comic myself, but when you can't tell what is actually happening in the story, because of the artwork, that is a bad thing.Also, (SPOILER). The Inhuman's power in this book is to be able to not be seen by the inhuman who has prescience? Ok, fine, I will buy that lol.

  • Zachary King
    2018-10-20 10:28

    Pretty decent Kingpin story. Loved the nods to The Godfather, but I would have preferred more depth from what is evidently a prelude of things to come, as this book sets up Wilson Fisk's return to New York.

  • TJ Shelby
    2018-10-14 12:31

    Meh

  • Sebastian Song
    2018-10-27 13:31

    A great start that unfortunately falls flat. Sadly when the Kingpin is such a wonderful character to pen.

  • Henrik Emilsson
    2018-11-03 09:25

    Riktigt bra story, men teckningarna är fruktansvärda.

  • Mitchell
    2018-10-22 07:19

    Somewhat thin story but a nice change to see Kingpin as a pov character. The art was not particularly a style I appreciate, so that took away from the book as well. Civil War II is still lame, but it could be worse.And the backup Spider-man story, presumably the first encounter with Kingpin actually left me curious to see what happened next. 3.5 of 5.

  • Marco
    2018-10-14 12:15

    Story: 3/5Art: 1/5How is the artist of this miniseries even allow to publish his hideous art with a publisher like Marvel?

  • Daniel Butcher
    2018-11-07 09:03

    Honestly love the concept. But the art is brought to me. And the story not always told with clarity with some unclear time jumping.

  • Don
    2018-11-11 11:17

    Good ending and the story overall was good. Parts of it were boring and overly bloody but that's to be expected I guess for a crime lord story. The artwork in this book was horrible. So bad at times you can barely make out what was on the page. A true mixed bag.