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There is an imbalance in the universe. And, since his latest return from oblivion, Thanos himself feels... incomplete. Now the so-called Mad Titan would put both wrongs right. A pilgrimage to Death's dark domain, and the revelatory waters of the Infinity Well, leads Thanos on a new quest, with a once sworn enemy at his side. A crusade that will bring confrontation with the Silver Surfer and the galaxy's mightiest heroes, the Annihilators. An odyssey that will change everything. Cosmic maestro Jim Starlin returns to his signature character in a tale of death and rebirth that will transform the Marvel Universe once more!

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James P. "Jim" Starlin is an American comic book writer and artist. With a career dating back to the early 1970s, he is best known for "cosmic" tales and space opera; for revamping the Marvel Comics characters Captain Marvel and Adam Warlock; and for creating or co-creating the Marvel characters Thanos, Drax the Destroyer, Gamora and Shang-Chi, Master of Kung Fu.

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Par Présence TOP 100 COMMENTATEURS le 3 septembre 2014
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Ce tome contient un récit complet, paru en 2014, sans sérialisation préalable, sous la forme d'un album. L'histoire a été écrite et dessinée par Jim Starlin (le créateur du personnage Thanos), encrée par Andy Smith, avec une mise en couleurs de Frank d'Armata, assisté par Rachelle Rosenberg. Il bénéficie d'une introduction d'une page très pénétrante, écrite par Douglas Wolk, journaliste pour le New York Times, Time magazine et d'autres.

L'histoire s'ouvre sur la création de l'univers à partir d'un néant blanc (en 1 page), suivi par une discussion entre les personnages incarnant l'éternité, l'infini et le Tribunal Vivant. La scène suivante montre Thanos affalé dans son fauteuil, un filet de bave aux lèvres, à bord de son vaisseau Sanctuary IV. Il a senti un déséquilibre dans l'état de l'univers, sans réussir à en identifier la nature ou la source. Il a projeté son image à bord du vaisseau des Gardiens de la Galaxie, pour s'enquérir si Drax perçoit ce même décalage. Puis il se rend dans le domaine de la Mort pour consulter le puits de l'Inifini (Infinity well). Il ressort de ce bref séjour dans son domaine, avec un indice sur un objet lié à cet état, ainsi qu'un individu désincarné qui le suit.

En 2012, la séquence après les crédits du film Avengers montre un individu violet à forte carrure : Thanos.
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La Saga de Thanos court depuis quarante ans dans les pages d'une foule de comics Marvel : Iron Man, Warlock, Captain Marvel, Avengers, Silver Surfer et j'en passe. Le personnage y a évolué, changé, traversé des crises, tout en restant lui-même, tout au moins tant que c'est son créateur Jim Starlin qui est à la manoeuvre. Méchant magnifique ou héros par calcul, nihiliste absolu ou romantique dévoyé, il reste attaché à un fil conducteur qui en fait l'essence : solitaire, implacable, mégalomane.

Dans ce récent Graphic Novel, notre anti-héros cosmique tente de corriger un déséquilibre universel et se retrouve confronté à un double. Mais qui est le double de qui ?

Par rapport à des sagas comme The End ou Infinity Abyss, cet album peut sembler anecdotique. Tout dépendra des nouvelles pistes qu'il aura lancées, en fait. Une bonne histoire, mais pas forcément le meilleur point d'accès pour entrer dans le personnage.
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Bouquin à conseiller à tous les amateurs de comics. Scénarisé et dessiné par le toujours surdoué Jim Starlin...
Un must !
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HASH(0x8cfa11c8) étoiles sur 5 Infinity Revelation REVEALED : Explanations + SPOILERS 5 septembre 2014
Par OneVsWorld - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In a lot of ways this is a love letter to long time Thanos and Warlock fans. It's a brilliant story but very "meta" and as a consequence of that will many fans scratching their heads as to what the whole point was. Unless you're intimately familiar with the history of Thanos, Warlock, AND Starlin's well documented disputes with Marvel a lot of the meaning of this story will be lost in the ether. I've read a lot of reviews here where people just didn't "get it" so I'd like to try and explain it.

The whole story is very "meta" so keep that in mind when reading

- When we first see Thanos in that catatonic state , i believe that was Starlin's way of saying the "real" Thanos (His version) had been dormant and comatose metaphorically since his creator (Starlin) had last been with him. In essence he had not been himself and was in a sense inactive or not there. I believe is was just symbolic of everything that had happened with the character in recent years and Starlin's documented problem with Marvel. Starlin has retconned other writers work on Thanos before and revealed them as clones but thats another story. With Thanos surging in popularity in recent years , Starlin doesn't have the luxury of establishing control again. This story feels a lot like a goodbye as well as Starlin leaving himself a backdoor to undo any damage done to Warlock and Thanos at a later date if need be. I'll get to that later...

- The Living Tribunal refers to a power greater than himself. To my knowledge this has never happened before as he has always been at the top of the cosmic tree. I believe the power he is referring to is Marvel itself (editorial and writers) in the real world outside comics. Reality is being rewritten by forces outside of the reality of the characters.

- As the story unfolds you will notice that Warlock's costume looks different from panel to panel. This happens during Thanos's interaction with Drax as well. Whats happening is that there are two timelines that are taking place at the same time until later in the story when Thanos and Warlock encounter their other selves. Now we have TWO versions of each characters. Warlock wearing his recent Guardians costume appears to be the Warlock we grew up with…. The other is an almost identical Warlock in a costume thats making it's debut in this story. So when one Thanos is talking to Drax he see's the Starlin version. Simultaneously the other Thanos is speaking to the modern guardians Drax having the same conversation. Again… Two timelines going at once.

- Without spoiling too much…. Reality is being rewritten without any explanation. Neither Warlock nor Thanos understand the reason behind these events. All they know is that they seem to be the center of everything. I think this refers to Marvel editorial and the higher powers (referred to by the Living Tribunal) basically wanting to take Warlock and Thanos in different directions without Starlin at the helm. Starlin has complained publicly about being denied the use of Warlock and never being given a proper explanation WHY. The shift in reality mirrors that in the comic. Reality is being shuffled around the two and no explanation is being provided to the reader or the characters themselves. I believe Starlin (and long time fans) are disappointed and sad by how both characters have been treated in recent years. The characters don't look or feel like themselves in some recent works and I believe this is Starlin's commentary on the whole situation. Thanos makes several comments about not feeling like himself as of late. The story continues to unfold with themes of revision , resurrection, loss of control, and ultimately loss of self all of which parallels the perceived mistreatment of Thanos and Warlock in recent years. This is the story of Starlin's disconnection from the character's he is most identified with. If you consider all of this The Infinity Revelation is a point of divergence for Warlock and Thanos. Starlin sets up a new beginning for both of them (and other writers)….but has left himself a "book mark" to return to when the day comes.
SPOILERS: In the end it appears that the original Warlock is killed and the alternate one is left in his place. It would appear that the original Thanos remains in a slightly altered form although this could be a trick as Thanos's costume remains constant throughout the series. Starlin could easily come along in a future story and say that the REAL Warlock hasn't existed since this event…. and possible even use the same escape route with Thanos.

I'm almost positive this project came about AFTER Starlin's legal problems relating to compensation over the creation of Thanos, Gamora, and Drax and their use in the Marvel movies. Seems like Marvel gave him this book to pacify him as part of his deal…. and to his credit he made the most of it and left himself an ingenious way to return the characters to their former selves if ever given the chance. Marvel hasn't promoted this book very much and I don't think it's a coincidence that it was published directly to hardcover. Seems like they want to keep this quietly under the radar as not to interfere with their plans for Thanos going forward. Starlin had to know this going into the project so it's really interesting how he decided to handle the situation.
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HASH(0x8cfa121c) étoiles sur 5 Frustrating 23 août 2014
Par David Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Without much ado, let me just say I am a huge Jim Starlin fan. Especially his Cosmic Marvel stuff. I'm old enough that I have originals of his Captain Marvel and Warlock epics.

First off: Prior reading necessity. If you have not already, you'd probably want the Thanos vs. The Avengers trade, The Infinity saga (Gauntlet, War, and maybe the very lackluster Crusade) Warlock and the Infinity Watch, and another maybe, the mediocre Marvel Universe The End.

Suprisingly, (or not) having read the recent Marvel Infinity saga isn't necessary. Starlin, I have noticed, tends to ignore the use of Thanos when handled by other creators. Actually this is for the best here. Infinity as well as the so-called Thanos Rising origin story gave us some pretty idiotic lapses in continuity and logic. No mention is made here of any of that.

Without giving away too much -- although there aren't really any "spoilers" per se -- I will give the good and the bad of this book.

The Good: Starlin is firing on all cylinders with the artwork. While totally out of sync with today's grittier artists like Lenil Yu or Simone Bianchi, he does not make any attempt to "modernize". In fact, he allows himself to indulge in some outright psychedelic type art that would have fit in perfectly in the 70s.

Thanos is written almost perfectly as, not so much bad guy, (at least not in the beginning) but kind of where he was in the Infinity War series, as more of an independent adventurer and seeker of knowledge.

Adam Warlock is back for the ride. At this point these two are kind of like a cosmic Laurel and Hardy, or Oscar and Felix.

The Not So Good: What the heck is going on? Even one of the main characters at the end of book basically admits they have no idea what the heck just happened. And you'll feel the same way. True, there is a setup that lets it be known there will be more to the story, but for the price of a graphic novel, you were expecting more.

Other things: When we first see Thanos, he's sitting in his pilot's chair drooling as if affected by some malady. But afterwards, he's just fine and no mention is made of this again. Also, when he's talking to Drax -- yes, 3/5 of the Guardians make a cameo appearance -- Drax switches between his old and new looks and its not readily apparent why. Is it Thanos' POV or some part of him that's switching between eras, or what?

Also making an appearance, The Annihilators, i.e., the ad hoc cosmic team of Gladiator, Beta Ray Bill, Quasar, Ronan and the Silver Surfer. Thanos treats them as a joke and the Meta-subtext that we get is that they ARE considered a joke by Marvel. This is not the first time they've done this with characters, particularly the Defenders and the Champions. Personally, I've always considered it unwise to treat characters like trash. Traditionally, Marvel has always set up characters to win or lose heroically, but that's not the case here.

Overall, I guess this is a buy with an asterisk. This book is admiring a shiny, brand new Porsche and then lifting the hood and finding out it has no engine.

Undoubtedly with Thanos appearing in future movies, there's going to be more stories, so I guess we're going to get a continuation of this at some point. For us old school Starlin fans we have to recognize that. Still, I wish there was more meat in this story. This is merely an appetizer.
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HASH(0x8cfa1654) étoiles sur 5 Visual magnificence lifts three star story to four star status 14 août 2014
Par woodrow locksley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I have always liked Jim Starlin's cosmic stories especially those centered around Thanos one of the great comic book anti heroes who is sometimes an outright villain and sometimes is on the side of good as a strategy of self preservation as in most of the post Infinity Gauntlet stories The Infinity Revelation has Thanos as a mixture of villain and heroic anti hero as he notices a disturbance in the universe and wants to explore it. He is joined by Adam Warlock his sometimes ally sometimes arch nemesis on this journey mainly because Warlock doesnt trust Thanos Along the way Thanos shows his power in some lopsided fight scenes and eventually discovers the secret of the disturbance which is in my opinion rather pointless and a major let down Only Starlin's skill in characterizing Thanos and Warlock get the story to three stars would be a half star higher if I had the option So why the 4 star rating? Because this is some of Starlin's best art ever with slick inks by Andy Smith and color effects by Frank D'Armata that are amazing even though full process color has been around for thirty years or so. Even the lettering by Joe Caramanga is a highlight in its versatility. All of these things are 5 star Too bad Starlin wrote a story that showed promise but is probably his weakest Thanos story even worse than Infinity Crusade and Infinity Abyss However it looks great and even bad Starlin Thanos is worth a read when attached to such visual magnificence
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HASH(0x8cfa1a20) étoiles sur 5 Starlin's Thanos 11 août 2014
Par DC NY - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Putting the story aside for a moment, my only complaint with the Kindle version of this, is the narrow device list, compared to other Kindle ebooks. It'll work on Kindle hardware, it'll work on android and Apple tablets. It won't be visible on most versions of Windows Kindle. And, although Amazon Support said you can read this in Kindle for Windows 8, it was unreadable on my Win 8 PC.

This is a highly reflective Thanos, the philosopher and scientist and worrier, which is what some of us like, about Starlin's version. It shares a context with other stories, past and future, but is reasonably self-contained for new fans.

A mystery, dealing largely with the nature of reality, and a quest to solve it. Only partly resolved here, but it appears that a sequel will deal with that. We hope.

Some decent action scenes, albeit one-sided, and amazing visuals. You could spend some time, without reading anything, and just pondering the meaning of some of the scenes near the end. Weird realities, along with an even stranger ongoing romance, drawn by someone who loves his flagship character ( and the other one ), and throws his heart & soul, into writing and portraying him.

Thanos's official status, is as a villain. But as you can glean from Infinity Revelation, it's not quite as clear-cut as that.

I'm biased. Completely. If you're not a Starlin/Thanos fan already, then you will want to read some of the other reviews & synopses on Amazon, as well as elsewhere.

All I can say is, can't wait for the next story in the series, which should be later in 2014.
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HASH(0x8cfa19cc) étoiles sur 5 and truely enjoyed the characters back then 11 août 2014
Par Jason R. Anderson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I've followed the older stories of Warlock and Thanos via back issues years ago, and truely enjoyed the characters back then. I've also found that I enjoyed them more so over the years when Starlin is writing them instead of another writer. This being said, I was underwhelmed by this story. The universe/reality is to undergo a transmutation for reasons unknown, and Thanos and Warlock are the only characters in the entire universe that play an active role in it. And I think that may be one of the issues I have with this story: it's a story of awesome scope, promising change to everything...and only two characters in the entire Marvel universe play a *direct* role in it. While I've enjoyed Thanos and Warlock in the past, I find myself growing tired of the fate of the universe revolving around them, often and repeatedly (ex. the various "Infinity" titles. "The End"). Hence why I can only give "Thanos: The Infinity Revelation" 3 stars: I've been on this same ride before, with the same characters.
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