Thanos: Death Sentence Prose Novel

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Thanos: Death Sentence Prose Novel

Thanos Death Sentence Prose Novel A new life for the Mad Titan Thanos s pursuit of the Infinity Gems has always defined him But when the Marvel heroes defeat him once again Thanos s beloved Mistress Death grants him one fi nal chance

  • Title: Thanos: Death Sentence Prose Novel
  • Author: Stuart Moore
  • ISBN: 9780785199557
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A new life for the Mad Titan Thanos s pursuit of the Infinity Gems has always defined him But when the Marvel heroes defeat him once again, Thanos s beloved Mistress Death grants him one fi nal chance Stripped of his powers and his old skin, Thanos embarks on a cosmic walkabout to reassert his power over himself and the Multiverse This all new, original tale explores tA new life for the Mad Titan Thanos s pursuit of the Infinity Gems has always defined him But when the Marvel heroes defeat him once again, Thanos s beloved Mistress Death grants him one fi nal chance Stripped of his powers and his old skin, Thanos embarks on a cosmic walkabout to reassert his power over himself and the Multiverse This all new, original tale explores the inner life of one of the most powerful beings in the Marvel Universe Haunted by family or the semblances of it the Mad Titan may become something else entirely Will he maintain his illusions of grandeur, or is this a new path for a lost god

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    One thought on “Thanos: Death Sentence Prose Novel

    1. Neil on said:

      This was an okay book; I had a hard time finishing it [even thought it was still a relatively fast read, for the most part]. I cannot say it was well-written, as I could not figure out what Thanos' quest was all about, why he was living out alternative lives at the behest of what he believes is the shade of his death mother. I found myself wishing it were over sooner, that each of the four 'sections' did not take as long as they did to read. The flow of the story was 'meh', the plot could have b [...]

    2. John on said:

      this has to be the most boring and useless story i heard from marvel . i heard this book via aufiobook produced by Graphic Audio. any new audiobook fans should and MUST try their titles. even though Richard rohan, the master of voice actors did his best job and others too the story itself was mess . only the beginning of the book was good and as it progressed it got worse. why does thanos does what he does in the first place to impress death? why not just kill himself and unite with death? there [...]

    3. Jinseokp Thanisorn on said:

      The plot of the story was interesting because it shows every scene on how Thanos killed the Avenger one by one and what he did after that.

    4. Nicholas Ahlhelm on said:

      An inconsequential but solid story, heavily inspired by Jim Starlin. While it doesn't do anything particularly new, its a good character study of the Mad Titan.

    5. Bruce Williams on said:

      Very good book. Thanos is an interesting character. Creator Jim Starlin did him ideally, but Moore does a good job of capturing most of what makes Thanos Thanos.

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