Silent War

Silent War Son of M told how Quicksilver stole the precious Terrigen Mists from the Inhumans and how Black Bolt retaliated by declaring war on humanity Now war is about to break loose as Gorgon leads a terrorist

  • Title: Silent War
  • Author: David Hine Frazer Irving John Watson
  • ISBN: 9780785124252
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Paperback
  • Son of M told how Quicksilver stole the precious Terrigen Mists from the Inhumans and how Black Bolt retaliated by declaring war on humanity Now war is about to break loose as Gorgon leads a terrorist attack on New York Old friends become deadly enemies when the Fantastic Four are forced to defend their city against the Inhumans.Collecting Silent War 1 6

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    • At the end of Son of M, Black Bolt declared war on the United States over the stolen terrigen crystals. The Silent War is the fulfillment of that declaration.There is so so much wrong with Silent War. Perhaps that's why most of the plot points are dropped in the future Inhuman editions. It's just a sticky mess like walking out of a movie theater that was showing a kid's movie. Everything in me said not to read this, but my Marvel Unlimited Month is almost up and I wanted to see if there was anyt [...]


    • Mission: catch up on the last decade's worth of Inhumans. Reason: Inhumans are the new "mutants" of the MCU. Challenge: wade through some of the most tedious, second-rate, forgettable stories of the Marvel Universe that I've studiously avoided like a bad STD since getting back into Marvel comics. Round two: bridge between Jenkins Inhumans glacial primer and the War Of Kings event. Here's an interesting lesson in fickle readers and creators: New Warriors kill 60 kids, leads to Civil War, echoes i [...]


    • I'm a huge fan of the Inhumans, have been since I got into comics. The idea of an entire other society has always captivated me, but it's pretty clear that most writers have no idea what to do with them. While Paul Jenkins' Inhumans story was excellent, it didn't add anything new. Pacheco's Inhumans changed the dynamic so dramatically that the changes were written out of continuity and largely ignored. McKeever's Inhumans just brought them to Earth, rather than dealing with them on their own ter [...]


    • I am trying to get into comic books again. I used to love them when I was in middle school and when I started high school. For some reason I stopped reading them. The love was still there I just didn't read them. So I decided to change that and try to get back into reading them. This one was pretty good. The art was amazing. It wasn't the storyline I was expecting but it was very good. I can't wait to read more comics soon.



    • The Silent War (1-6). There are quite a few nice elements to this sequel to Decimation: Son of M. Hine truly seems to understand how to depict the Inhumans as inhumane and he gives us a great plot with important repercussions. It also follows an interesting format, with each issue focused on a different character. However, it doesn't have the strengths of Son of M. We don't get close enough to any character for the story to be grounding, and it's a bit plodding besides [6/10].


    • Tohle byl solidní šit. Postavy? Ne. Děj? Taky nic moc Inhumans i Amíci se chovaj jako kreténi, divná kresba.


    • Directly following Son of M, Earth (or certain jerks from Earth) won't give the Inhumans back their crystals so they declare war. And the inside circle starts to break down and Maximus is back!



    • I’ve all but given up trying to pretend I’m unbiased when it comes to the whole Marvel/DC thing by now. Every time I review (if that’s what you want to call what I’m doing here) a graphic novel of some sort, I end up apologizing for giving Marvel a pass on things and then raking DC over the coals for sucking so hard. Granted, I did give the whole Green Lantern Blackest Night clusterf**k some very generous ratings, but that was basically me trying to pretend that I’m being impartial, or [...]


    • The art was interesting and worked for the story, but wasn't really to my taste. The Inhumans anger is understandable, but Jolen took it a bit far. Poor Gorgon! S.H.I.E.L.D comes off really terrible in this! That one head scientist dude in this seems like quite the terrible person. Luna's powers are very odd. Maximus is quite enjoyable in this. Quicksilver has fully gone to crazy town! Poor Luna and Crystal. I did like how Crystal reacted to seeing her husband be so far gone. She is a good mothe [...]


    • Y acá hago al revés de lo que hice con "Vástago de M", y promedio para abajo una buena historia que por ciertos problemas narrativos termina confundiendo un poco. Y eso que me lo leí por creerme incondicional del dibujante, Frazer Irving (de hecho, sólo para llegar a este punto es que me había leído "Vástago" en un principio). El británico este tiene una originalidad y una fuerza visual que se ve muy poco en el comic yanki, y lo poco que leí de él (Batman y Klarion) me pareció espect [...]


    • This is a story about the Inhumans, one of those weird little pockets of the Marvel Universe that I don't particularly understand, but often enjoy reading about. Each issue of this 6 part miniseries is told from a different character's point of view, so that makes it fairly easy to follow the various characters, even though I didn't know who most of them were going in.The plot leans a bit too much toward trying to draw parallels to real world events and -- as fast as events in Marvel have been m [...]


    • I've really been enjoying the Inhumans story line that started with Decimation: Son of M. That being said, this is by far the weakest entry in it. I still enjoyed it, but it's definitely not as good as the others.I think the thing that really soured me on it was the art. It was really amazing art, awesomely stylized and beautiful to look at. But, and this is a big but for me, it just didn't feel like it fit the superhero genre very well. the combat scenes were hard to follow and all the females [...]


    • Продолжение "House of M" и "Son of M". Нелюди наконец-таки вторгаются на землю, после недавнего объявления войны, однако, земляне готовы дать отпор бывшим союзникам.Довольно неплохая история, наполненная различными событиями, интересными персонажами и очень интригующим финалом. Ри [...]


    • Somewhat anti-climactic but satisfying nonetheless. This is clearly a lead-in into the Secret Invasion Inhumans storyline, which I have read before when I was doing my Cosmic Marvel read-through. I must say this is a very Shakespearean story, and enjoyable if you read it as that. It isn't really an "event" with a big set-piece battle or anything, and is instead just a royal family intrigues tale that also (almost incidentally) deals with the fallout from Son of M.The way it plays out is pretty e [...]


    • Great storyline in itself, but also great preparation/interaction for and with Secret Invasion, Illuminati/New Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, the War Of Kings storyline, and so much more.But, again, amazing in itself. The Inhumans, and Black Bolt in particular, are amazingly underrated characters, and their complexity and level of humanity is even more impressive due to their "inhuman" nature.Once again, we could all learn a lot from some of these "comic books."


    • Inhumans surely are interesting bunch and this story about them was very well crafted and left me wanting to know more, after all, this book ended with an almighty cliffhanger.Sadly, I have not read all the comic that have come before this, so back grounds to events in the book were a bit shaky but even with that, the story worked for really well.The art on on the other hand, was crap.Timo


    • Road to War of Kings. The story starts abruptly, so I recommend reading Decimation: Son of M before this book. Each issue is told from the perspective of a different character; the 5th issue, narrated by the Sentry, was my favorite. Overall, a good story. But the art took me some time to get used to.


    • Frazier Irving is the bee's knees. This entire series is incredibly strong until the last issue. The story, an ostensibly self-contained mini-series, abruptly ends with no resolution. Odd and maddening, the way that stories are now broken up across multiple series. This team could have really done something special in an ongoing, so it's sad to see this one tank so colossally in that last issue.


    • I like Hine continuing the story from Son of M here, and I think his characterization, particularly of Black Bolt and Maximus, is fabulous. That said it doesn't really hang together as well as Son of M, storytelling-wise. Part of that might be Irving's art, which is quite lovely, but doesn't really work for me narratively.Plus this led into Secret Invasion which is pretty cool--and I actually read before I read this, because I had a hard time getting my hands on it until recently.


    • Following the events of Son of M, the Inhumans are now at war with the United States. The storytelling is a bit unevenly paced at times - there's some to and fro from the big conflicts to the personal ones that feels oddly timed- , but I did like the overall structure, and while I'm not that big a fan of Frazer Irving's art, overall I liked it. All the scenes involving Black Bolt and Medusa broke my heart, though.


    • So, first off, the art is gorgeous. Completely and totally.The story, though. It starts off really strong, going off in verrrry interesting directions. And then it just stops because the writer ran out of issues, with a "shocking" status quo change-up that's been done a million times. So that was a bit blech. But the stuff leading up was fun, at least.


    • not a bad story, but as a stand alone read (which is what it was for me) I really seem to be missing a lot of the story and lead up to it. I think this is more for people who are hardcore fans and know all the characters and the background. I picked it up thinking it was a Fantastic Four story, but they play small roles in the story. Cool, but I need more


    • Set after Son of M, but before everything in Secret Invasion, this is more of a character piece looking at the fractures splitting the Inhumans. There is still action and drama due to the first steps in the war between them and Earth but it is the characters who make this.


    • i really dig frazer irving's art. they should really let him draw the x-men and make them as weird and creepy as i thought they were at first sight. on a story note, black bolt's kind of a prick, right? he really needs to work on his communication skills.


    • A slow descent into darkness, highlighting Cold War tension. The ending gets critiqued quite a bit in many reviews, but I think it's about all they could do with the story arc. Reminded me of the ending of Twin Peaks in toneleaves you wanting more, which is a shame.


    • This is a staple to read before so many of the other cross-overs for years to follow. Good read even as a stand alone.




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