And, so, Chaos War will be concluded in Chaos War #5. This event could be better, I guess, but It’m still eager to see what kind of conclusion for the Marvel Universe will be devised …anyway, thanks a lot for reading this article, and please, please, if you like it, share it with others. Thanks!
Chaos War is a Marvel Comics storyline that began publication in October 2010 across nine comic book series: the five-issue miniseries Chaos War, written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente, supplemented by seven branded miniseries or one-shot publications, and by three issues of Incredible Hulks, a temporary iteration of the long-running series The Incredible Hulk vol. 2. It follows the Incredible Hercules storyline written by Pak and Van Lente.
The fifth and final issue was also meet with mixed reactions. Zawisza of Comic Book Resources gave it another four out five stars stating, This book was big, loud, comic book fun. Sure, it may not have warranted all of the tie-ins, crossovers, and pop-outs it got, but at its core, it provided a wild adventure that changed the landscape of the Marvel Universe . However Dan Iverson of IGN gave the issue its lowest rating, a 5.5 out of 10 remarking, If anything can be said for Chaos War #5 it is that it truly felt like the end of the Herc and Cho story, with both fulfilling their destinies. Fans of The Incredible Hercules will at least be able to glean some sort of nostalgia from the ending... but it isn't enough to justify the picking the book up at the $3.99 price point .
If that wasn’t enough, there’s Khoi Pham’s pencils. Pham has a beautiful sense of human expressions, and that really comes through here. But his visuals are as huge as you’d hope from a cosmic sized cross-over. The Universe spanning Chaos King, in particular, is an indelible and unique design for a villain, and though he’ll be “beaten” next issue, I’m looking forward to seeing him turn up in Marvel comics after this.