❰Reading❯ ➸ Mystic Arcana (Marvel Comics) Author Louise Simonson – Peakpopa.info

Each Of The Primary Stories In This Volume Revolves Around The Introduction Of One Of A Select Group Of Mystical Implements, Quite Literally The Four Pillars Of The Universe, And The Involvement Of A Character From Marvel S Rich, Magical Past Including Magik, The Black Knight, Sister Grimm And The Scarlet Witch Mystic Arcana (Marvel Comics)

About the Author: Louise Simonson

Louise Simonson formerly Louise Jones, when married to artist Jeff Jones is an American comic book writer and editor She is best known for her work on comic book titles such as Power Pack, X Factor, New Mutants, Superman, and Steel She is sometimes referred to by the nickname Weezie.

10 thoughts on “Mystic Arcana (Marvel Comics)

  1. says:

    I wish I could have loved this book I really do Instead I just got a meh Marvel s achilles heel has always been the mystical and the supernatural, the urban fantasy mythos Unlike DC who pulls it off perfectly well, I mean, VERTIGO pulled it off perfectly DC doesn t CoughJusticeLeageDarkcough Marvel just tries and fails short.It had some good ideas, a mildly interesting narrator, but they tried so hard to cram Marvel main universe the

  2. says:

    I surely don t understand this book The connective tissue was very really uninteresting Who cares about that main character And actually most of the sub issues I only really remember the Magik one where once again everyone is related to Storm.

  3. says:

    Magic has been a part of superhero comic books as long as aliens and orphans have been Of course, the magic in comic books, with people flying and shooting fire from their hands, bears little resemblance to the Craft practiced by real world magicians This sort of magic owes a lot to fairy tales and the need to give characters super powers without treading the tricky world of believable pseudo science The medium of comic books, however, is

  4. says:

    I have to say this was somewhat disappointing You can divide it in two parts, the first one about Ian Mcnee s quest and the second part consisting in Ian s notes while investigating the first tarot.The story was too straightforward, each task quickly done and over The end, though not predictable, wasn t well written enough to be exciting.The second part is the book s salvation The notes are very well written, funny and intriguing, and anyone

  5. says:

    I m not sure what the purpose of this book was It s a series of mediocre one shots held together loosely by a solid connecting story, but the whole thing just doesn t seem very significant I suspect this was mostly a chance to pump some fresh blood into a bunch of underused Marvel properties, but it doesn t really do much to make me interested in the characters There is some good art in a few of the parts, but the writing and plotting is all so

  6. says:

    A very nice set up to a storyline Marvel never followed through on It is too bad that instead of reinvigorating their magicverse Marvel instead chose to depower Doctor Strange and pass the Sorcerer Supreme title on to the decidedly C List Doctor Voodoo who couldn t sustain a series longer than 5 issues.

  7. says:

    It was okay It follows Ian McNee a minor sorcerer in the Marvel U looking for some magic objects The back half of the volume has tons of reference material about Marvels Magic Characters and is therefore very useful as a reference book Beautiful Art.

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