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The last survivors of the Multiverse live among us under new, superheroic identities, five survivors of doomed worlds...taking a second chance to ensure our world lives on. A new twist on strange superhero comics, with a bleeding-edge eye on the modern moment, COMMANDERS IN CRISIS follows in the footsteps of Doom Patrol and Thunderbolts as five unexpected heroes come toget The last survivors of the Multiverse live among us under new, superheroic identities, five survivors of doomed worlds...taking a second chance to ensure our world lives on. A new twist on strange superhero comics, with a bleeding-edge eye on the modern moment, COMMANDERS IN CRISIS follows in the footsteps of Doom Patrol and Thunderbolts as five unexpected heroes come together to solve a murder unlike any other. The victim? Compassion itself...This is ideacide! A new series by acclaimed writer STEVE ORLANDO (Wonder Woman, Doom Patrol: Milk Wars, Martian Manhunter) and artist DAVIDE TINTO (Marvel Action: Spider-Man), an intense, weird action thriller reminding us about the importance of compassion and hope in the present moment, and putting fists to faces along the way! Collects COMMANDERS IN CRISIS #1-6.


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The last survivors of the Multiverse live among us under new, superheroic identities, five survivors of doomed worlds...taking a second chance to ensure our world lives on. A new twist on strange superhero comics, with a bleeding-edge eye on the modern moment, COMMANDERS IN CRISIS follows in the footsteps of Doom Patrol and Thunderbolts as five unexpected heroes come toget The last survivors of the Multiverse live among us under new, superheroic identities, five survivors of doomed worlds...taking a second chance to ensure our world lives on. A new twist on strange superhero comics, with a bleeding-edge eye on the modern moment, COMMANDERS IN CRISIS follows in the footsteps of Doom Patrol and Thunderbolts as five unexpected heroes come together to solve a murder unlike any other. The victim? Compassion itself...This is ideacide! A new series by acclaimed writer STEVE ORLANDO (Wonder Woman, Doom Patrol: Milk Wars, Martian Manhunter) and artist DAVIDE TINTO (Marvel Action: Spider-Man), an intense, weird action thriller reminding us about the importance of compassion and hope in the present moment, and putting fists to faces along the way! Collects COMMANDERS IN CRISIS #1-6.

37 review for Commanders in Crisis, Vol. 1: The Action

  1. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    COLLECTS COMMANDERS IN CRISIS ISSUES #1-6 I liked the idea for this story better than the execution of the story. I don't want to spoil, so I won't go too far into the explanation, but the superhero team in this series is made up of heroes who are each from a different Earth in the Multiverse. COLLECTS COMMANDERS IN CRISIS ISSUES #1-6 I liked the idea for this story better than the execution of the story. I don't want to spoil, so I won't go too far into the explanation, but the superhero team in this series is made up of heroes who are each from a different Earth in the Multiverse.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Commanders In Crisis is exactly the type of insanity that comic books are designed for. Dimensionally displaced diverse presidents all uniting to save the world for the death of the idea of empathy? Yeah, sign me up. Steve Orlando builds a world and populates it with some brilliant heroes and Grant Morrison-esque villains within six short issues, and while I may not be able to remember everyone's name just yet, they've got a wide variety of powers and motivations that makes them feel fully-formed Commanders In Crisis is exactly the type of insanity that comic books are designed for. Dimensionally displaced diverse presidents all uniting to save the world for the death of the idea of empathy? Yeah, sign me up. Steve Orlando builds a world and populates it with some brilliant heroes and Grant Morrison-esque villains within six short issues, and while I may not be able to remember everyone's name just yet, they've got a wide variety of powers and motivations that makes them feel fully-formed right off the bat. The storytelling manages to be both crazy high concept and down to earth at the same time thanks to the interpersonal drama between the Commanders that threatens to break them apart when they need to come together the most. The fact that the fracturing feels important shows how invested in the characters I was right from the get-go. Davide Tinto's artwork just sings 'superhero comics'; the colours are bright, each of the characters is well-designed and individual, and the nudity is tasteful without drawing attention to itself. I could see Tinto on any mainstream Marvel or DC book given his work here. Commanders In Crisis is such a weird idea, but it works really well. Orlando's plot and world building is top notch, and Tinto's artwork keeps it all grounded as the characters fall apart. This is definitely going to be one I re-read in the future, because there's a lot to get out of it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jipi Perreault

    I might not be the public for this one but despite some good ideas the whole is brought down by uneaven art and a disjointed storyline.

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    Anthony Mullins

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