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The armies of ATLANTIS face ATLAS in a showdown destined to shake allegiances and break hearts! AMADEUS CHO, SILK, WAVE, SHANG-CHI, and all the heroes of the Atlas have bonded with each other after the challenges of WAR OF THE REALMS. But when a terrible secret incurs the wrath of KING NAMOR, who's the true friend -- and who's the true enemy? A titanic tale of love and bet The armies of ATLANTIS face ATLAS in a showdown destined to shake allegiances and break hearts! AMADEUS CHO, SILK, WAVE, SHANG-CHI, and all the heroes of the Atlas have bonded with each other after the challenges of WAR OF THE REALMS. But when a terrible secret incurs the wrath of KING NAMOR, who's the true friend -- and who's the true enemy? A titanic tale of love and betrayal, heroes and monsters, gods and underdogs -- plus the shocking return of JIMMY WOO and the original AGENTS OF ATLAS! COLLECTING: ATLANTIS ATTACKS (2020) 1-5


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The armies of ATLANTIS face ATLAS in a showdown destined to shake allegiances and break hearts! AMADEUS CHO, SILK, WAVE, SHANG-CHI, and all the heroes of the Atlas have bonded with each other after the challenges of WAR OF THE REALMS. But when a terrible secret incurs the wrath of KING NAMOR, who's the true friend -- and who's the true enemy? A titanic tale of love and bet The armies of ATLANTIS face ATLAS in a showdown destined to shake allegiances and break hearts! AMADEUS CHO, SILK, WAVE, SHANG-CHI, and all the heroes of the Atlas have bonded with each other after the challenges of WAR OF THE REALMS. But when a terrible secret incurs the wrath of KING NAMOR, who's the true friend -- and who's the true enemy? A titanic tale of love and betrayal, heroes and monsters, gods and underdogs -- plus the shocking return of JIMMY WOO and the original AGENTS OF ATLAS! COLLECTING: ATLANTIS ATTACKS (2020) 1-5

30 review for King In Black: Atlantis Attacks

  1. 5 out of 5

    Paul E. Morph

    This was OK but nowhere near the jaw-dropping spectacular it clearly wished it was. In this mini-series. Marvel's new Agents of Atlas find themselves teamed-up with the original Agents of Atlas in a war with Atlantis. Well, I say 'war'; it was a couple of skirmishes at best, really, and the original Agents were woefully underused; it was hardly worth them being there, to be honest. It didn't help that the final issue of this mini got dragged into King in Black for no good reason. My next book: Moom This was OK but nowhere near the jaw-dropping spectacular it clearly wished it was. In this mini-series. Marvel's new Agents of Atlas find themselves teamed-up with the original Agents of Atlas in a war with Atlantis. Well, I say 'war'; it was a couple of skirmishes at best, really, and the original Agents were woefully underused; it was hardly worth them being there, to be honest. It didn't help that the final issue of this mini got dragged into King in Black for no good reason. My next book: Moominvalley in November

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mr. Cody

    Mostly dull

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    While this is billed as a King In Black tie-in, King In Black has nothing to do with this book until the last few pages of the last issue. It's actually a follow-up to the last few Agents Of Atlas series, as the city of Pan comes under attack by dragons and Namor. This one's kind of like Agents Of Atlas: Civil War more than King In Black. Greg Pak brings back all the characters we've already seen as well as the original Agents Of Atlas too in a conflict that has them all fighting each other as we While this is billed as a King In Black tie-in, King In Black has nothing to do with this book until the last few pages of the last issue. It's actually a follow-up to the last few Agents Of Atlas series, as the city of Pan comes under attack by dragons and Namor. This one's kind of like Agents Of Atlas: Civil War more than King In Black. Greg Pak brings back all the characters we've already seen as well as the original Agents Of Atlas too in a conflict that has them all fighting each other as well as the bad guys. It's not a bad idea, but there were already so many characters involved that some of them get lost in the shuffle. If your name's not Amadeus Cho, there's not a whole lot of substance here unfortunately. The pencils are shared between Ario Anindito and Robert Gill, both of whom are fine. Gill can sometimes be really impressive and other times kind of bland, and I think in trying to mesh well with Anindito's style he loses a bit of what makes him unique. This is a fun book, especially if you've already been reading this new iteration of the Agents through War Of The Realms, Pandemonium, and now here. If you're here just for King In Black you'll be disappointed, though. Bad marketing, Marvel.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alan

    Whereas I was possibly rating Aquaman too high, I really don't feel guilty about this rating. By the end of this mini-event series I felt like everything good that had been done in Pak's run on the new Agents of Atlas series was lost. Both characterization, and then having to toss in a war with Namor, Atlantis, and others under the sea to try and make this feel important. Arguably Agents of Atlas had two goals to highlight Marvel's diversity with an emphasis on its Asian characters and to use new Whereas I was possibly rating Aquaman too high, I really don't feel guilty about this rating. By the end of this mini-event series I felt like everything good that had been done in Pak's run on the new Agents of Atlas series was lost. Both characterization, and then having to toss in a war with Namor, Atlantis, and others under the sea to try and make this feel important. Arguably Agents of Atlas had two goals to highlight Marvel's diversity with an emphasis on its Asian characters and to use new characters to try and build interest in the Asian market (example: the new characters were from South Korea, Hong Kong, the Philippines). I'm for diversity, hell I admit to a guilty pleasure being DC Comics' Global Guardians. But, by the end most of these new characters felt like tokenism, and any work that was starting to be done with existing characters, say Amadeus Cho feels tossed in the garbage when this attack is done. Yeah, by the end not a fan.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anthony

    Namor proves once again why he is such a formidable foe in the Marvel Universe. With the weight of an entire kingdom at his back, the King of Atlantis showcases the terror of the sea against the forces of ATLAS. This team of heroes must not only contend with Namor but with a shady backer of their work, and the incredible artwork and focus on one of the most needed yet unexplored corners of the Marvel Universe makes this a truly fantastic book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Cheeno

    I really appreciate Wave taking a prominent role in this series. However, the conflict raised in this series doesn't make any sense. It's trying to be a a huge deal but it should not have been in the first place. Amadeus is suppossedly a genius but he can't figure out that Mike Nguyen is the cause of all these and an annoyingly stupid character too. Or maybe just poorly conceived because whatever he did raises tons of economic issues that should not have been that unchallenged. If he's part of a I really appreciate Wave taking a prominent role in this series. However, the conflict raised in this series doesn't make any sense. It's trying to be a a huge deal but it should not have been in the first place. Amadeus is suppossedly a genius but he can't figure out that Mike Nguyen is the cause of all these and an annoyingly stupid character too. Or maybe just poorly conceived because whatever he did raises tons of economic issues that should not have been that unchallenged. If he's part of a bigger conspiracy then fine. But acting on his own? Then he turned to an evil hypocrite then back to good. Then Amadeus blamed himself! I understand some point of Nguyen, him telling about things not black and white, but it's poorly executed. Choose your motivations, man. I enjoyed the amount of characters here and the interactions of Silk and Amadeus. I think the main conflict should have been planned well. The dilemma didn't really feel like a dilemma. Amadeus could have just captured Nguyen for all of it. I'm not even convinced that the Sirenas planted the chip. The art here is better especially with some facial expressions of Namor. The cover art, drawn mostly by Rock-Je Kim and Carlo Pagulayan and colored by different artists, is really good.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    Not great. The storyline is kind of boring, and out of the big cast used here, only Amadeus and Wave get anything like a focus. I guess it serves as an on the page exit from Agents of Atlas for Amadeus, and to show that Namor is more or less sane again, but that's about it. It's billed as a King in Black tie in, but it isn't really. Sure, the last page sort of vaguely gestures towards the event, but that's it. Not great. The storyline is kind of boring, and out of the big cast used here, only Amadeus and Wave get anything like a focus. I guess it serves as an on the page exit from Agents of Atlas for Amadeus, and to show that Namor is more or less sane again, but that's about it. It's billed as a King in Black tie in, but it isn't really. Sure, the last page sort of vaguely gestures towards the event, but that's it.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Meri

    DNF

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ian

  10. 5 out of 5

    Damon Rycroft

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jeremy Spaulding

  12. 4 out of 5

    tasia

  13. 5 out of 5

    Zeline

  14. 4 out of 5

    Clarissa

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Fugate

  17. 4 out of 5

    Caralen

  18. 4 out of 5

    Katie

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mark

  20. 5 out of 5

    Paul

  21. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Adkison

  22. 4 out of 5

    Bill Williams

  23. 5 out of 5

    Noelle

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mark Metzler

  25. 4 out of 5

    Grendelsbayne

  26. 4 out of 5

    Alden Condict

  27. 4 out of 5

    Travis Chesser

  28. 5 out of 5

    Rob Schamberger

  29. 4 out of 5

    James Landsaw

  30. 4 out of 5

    Karen Spooner

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