Last Hero Standing - A Comic Review

The image “http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/5156cJ-AEDL._SL500_AA240_.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors. Like something out of the 80s or 90s (which makes sense, since that is the time period during which writer Tom Defalco was the chief at Marvel) this is a story of one of the Marvel Universe's possible futures in which the heroes fight each other, then the villain, while there is little characterization and little excitement. I'm not very well read in Marvel's nearly defunct "M2" line of comics, but this unfamiliarity is not what prevented me from enjoying a story that was very plot driven, as opposed to character driven. The story could have been a lot deeper, but instead, all there is is surface. Perhaps it was simply supposed to be fun, but it wasn't even that. The "death" at the end, even if it's only a possible future, should have had some impact considering the history of this hero...

If you really want this book, it's currently out of print, but not overpriced.