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Welcome to the wildest, most dangerous new corner of the Marvel Universe. Welcome to Weirdworld. A world of swords and sorcery and strange, perverted science. A world where one barbarian walks alone, on a dark and savage quest through all things weird and fantastic from throughout Marvel history. His name is Arkon. A lost man in a lost world. Follow him if you dare. Collec Welcome to the wildest, most dangerous new corner of the Marvel Universe. Welcome to Weirdworld. A world of swords and sorcery and strange, perverted science. A world where one barbarian walks alone, on a dark and savage quest through all things weird and fantastic from throughout Marvel history. His name is Arkon. A lost man in a lost world. Follow him if you dare. Collecting: Weirdworld 1-5


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Welcome to the wildest, most dangerous new corner of the Marvel Universe. Welcome to Weirdworld. A world of swords and sorcery and strange, perverted science. A world where one barbarian walks alone, on a dark and savage quest through all things weird and fantastic from throughout Marvel history. His name is Arkon. A lost man in a lost world. Follow him if you dare. Collec Welcome to the wildest, most dangerous new corner of the Marvel Universe. Welcome to Weirdworld. A world of swords and sorcery and strange, perverted science. A world where one barbarian walks alone, on a dark and savage quest through all things weird and fantastic from throughout Marvel history. His name is Arkon. A lost man in a lost world. Follow him if you dare. Collecting: Weirdworld 1-5

30 review for Weirdworld, Volume 0: Warzones!

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jan Philipzig

    The reading experience reminded me a lot of watching Star Wars Episodes 1-3: How can something so pretty and colorful and lush and spectacular be so utterly forgettable? Must be the magic of Lucasfilm/Disney.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    Arkon is barbarian warrior. Arkon fight! Arkon look for home – Polemachus. Arkon fight! Arkon lost on Weirdworld. Arkon fight! Arkon not find Polemachus. Arkon fight! So Weirdworld isn’t Jason Aaron’s most cerebral comic! In fact it’s one of his rare misfires. It’s a Secret Wars tie-in that’s set on the floating island of Weirdworld above Battleworld where a Conan the Barbarian-type character traverses the strange landscape and comes across some familiar Marvel characters like Morgan le Fay and Arkon is barbarian warrior. Arkon fight! Arkon look for home – Polemachus. Arkon fight! Arkon lost on Weirdworld. Arkon fight! Arkon not find Polemachus. Arkon fight! So Weirdworld isn’t Jason Aaron’s most cerebral comic! In fact it’s one of his rare misfires. It’s a Secret Wars tie-in that’s set on the floating island of Weirdworld above Battleworld where a Conan the Barbarian-type character traverses the strange landscape and comes across some familiar Marvel characters like Morgan le Fay and Man-Thing(s). I can’t fault the composition of the imaginative world: it’s filled with underwater apes, crystal warriors, lava men, dragons, and the best part of the book was Mike Del Mundo’s lovely painted art which renders it all beautifully – it’s a shame our protagonist is a boring dimwit and his quest is so generic and uninteresting. Aaron’s story is dull, meandering and utterly pointless given the finale – and if you don’t know how Secret Wars ends, this is one tie-in that flat-out tells you so read the main event before this to not be spoiled. Want to read a bland swords and sorcery Marvel comic? Check out Weirdworld! Everyone else, even Jason Aaron fans, don’t bother.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Paul E. Morph

    OK, let me get this out of the way: You have GOT to be shitting me! Marvel lost the rights to Rom, the Micronauts, GI Joe and the Transformers... but retained the rights to CRYSTAR?!?!?! Unbelievable... And SKULL THE SLAYER? This is like a school reunion of characters I never expected to see again! What the holy FUCK is going on here?! If you've never heard of Crystar or Skull the Slayer before reading this, it's pretty safe to say you're not the intended audience for this book... Although, sayin OK, let me get this out of the way: You have GOT to be shitting me! Marvel lost the rights to Rom, the Micronauts, GI Joe and the Transformers... but retained the rights to CRYSTAR?!?!?! Unbelievable... And SKULL THE SLAYER? This is like a school reunion of characters I never expected to see again! What the holy FUCK is going on here?! If you've never heard of Crystar or Skull the Slayer before reading this, it's pretty safe to say you're not the intended audience for this book... Although, saying that, aiming a modern-day comicbook at a handful of old farts like me seems like a questionable business decision. Still, it wouldn't be the first one of those Marvel has made... This book was like a bad acid trip (I would imagine)... The plot made absolutely no sense, there was no kind of resolution... and yet I found myself reading it with a huge grin on my face. It probably helped that Mike del Mundo's artwork was absolutely beautiful... I'm not sure I'd recommend this book to anybody, but I enjoyed it a great deal... That probably says more about my fractured psyche than the quality of the book, mind you...

  4. 4 out of 5

    GrilledCheeseSamurai (Scott)

    Weirdworld. Yeah. What's weird is that this book ended before the actual main series of Secret Wars ended (not that it was the only one to do so(but this one would have fit better if the actual main series ended first)). They really shit the bed on Secret Wars. Truth be told - the whole Secret Wars thing was really one giant, sloppy, dirty diaper. I like what is coming in Marvel comics after Secret Wars, I'm excited for a lot of the new books, but man...the execution of it all is one big stinky shi Weirdworld. Yeah. What's weird is that this book ended before the actual main series of Secret Wars ended (not that it was the only one to do so(but this one would have fit better if the actual main series ended first)). They really shit the bed on Secret Wars. Truth be told - the whole Secret Wars thing was really one giant, sloppy, dirty diaper. I like what is coming in Marvel comics after Secret Wars, I'm excited for a lot of the new books, but man...the execution of it all is one big stinky shitfest. Annnnyways. Weirdworld is pretty damn good. In fact, from the books I have read, it is probably my favorite spin-off Secret Wars book. And it is Weird. There wasn't a whole lot of depth - but IMO it didn't really need it because the imagination of the book carried me through from start to finish. Hawksquatches, Underwater Apes, Ogers, Eyemazons, Man-Wolves, Magma Men, Orcs and Crystal Warriors just to name a few of the species populating the land of Weird World. And the art brought all those creations to life wonderfully. The pictures were jaw dropping and very inspired and made each turn of the page an exciting adventure to see what was next. Even more exciting, I didn't know this as I was reading it, but this is going to be an on-going series come this December. So that's pretty cool. If you like Barbarians and a big shwack of weirdness...this book would probably suit you. However, if you need more than pretty pictures and some grotesque fight scenes to carry you along...you may wanna look elsewhere. Me? I pretty much loved the shit outta it!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Dan

    How can Jason Aaron write something as brilliant as SOUTHERN BASTARDS and also write this incoherent dreck?

  6. 5 out of 5

    Gary Butler

    29th book read in 2018. Number 126 out of 689 on my all time book list. This one is so different that most Marvel, very refreshing.

  7. 4 out of 5

    David

    Utterly brilliant! Completely thrilled Marvel's returned to Sword & Sorcery after years away from it. And it is a stoke of genius to throw Akron into the mix as Hero. He's also been an interesting character that's been seen too little. The watercolor art is quite different. Unique for sure. Can't say I love it. But I head over heals with everything else about the book. The only thing I hated about this book is that it ended. I want more. Plenty more. Jason Aaron sure seems to have found his groo Utterly brilliant! Completely thrilled Marvel's returned to Sword & Sorcery after years away from it. And it is a stoke of genius to throw Akron into the mix as Hero. He's also been an interesting character that's been seen too little. The watercolor art is quite different. Unique for sure. Can't say I love it. But I head over heals with everything else about the book. The only thing I hated about this book is that it ended. I want more. Plenty more. Jason Aaron sure seems to have found his groove. His best work has been on THOR and now here on WEIRDWORD. Marvel needs to give the man a free rein in Fantasy. I want to... I need to know what happens next for Arkon, Skull, Jennifer Kale and the rest. More, please. Much more!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    How unMarvel could you get? How about a five-issue fantasy quest? Aaron does a great job of creating an evocative, beautiful fantasy realm, aided and abetted by beautiful artist Mike Del Mundo, who's definitely out of this world. And the joy isn't just in Arkon's quest, but also in the extensive usage of Marvel's fantasy library, from Skull the Slayer to Crystar the Crystal Warrior! Mind you, there's not a lot of depth to this action-adventure story, but it's quick moving, covers a lot of ground How unMarvel could you get? How about a five-issue fantasy quest? Aaron does a great job of creating an evocative, beautiful fantasy realm, aided and abetted by beautiful artist Mike Del Mundo, who's definitely out of this world. And the joy isn't just in Arkon's quest, but also in the extensive usage of Marvel's fantasy library, from Skull the Slayer to Crystar the Crystal Warrior! Mind you, there's not a lot of depth to this action-adventure story, but it's quick moving, covers a lot of ground, and is a lot of fun along the way. Also keep in mind this feels like it has zero connection to the classic Weirdworld: Warriors of the Shadow Realm. If there were any references at all, I missed them despite recently reading the entire corpus. Nonetheless, it's a worthwhile appropriation of the name.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Maas

    Absolute insanity that keeps ratcheting it up with every page Absolutely incredible. This one was on my radar for awhile, and finally picked it up. First page was insane, second page more insane, and it does not stop. But make no mistake - this isn't a random collection of images. The tale is straightforward, and the main character is straightforward. It's just the world he is on, Weirdworld, it is insane. And it gets crazier with every page. Do yourself a favor and check this out. Great tale by Jas Absolute insanity that keeps ratcheting it up with every page Absolutely incredible. This one was on my radar for awhile, and finally picked it up. First page was insane, second page more insane, and it does not stop. But make no mistake - this isn't a random collection of images. The tale is straightforward, and the main character is straightforward. It's just the world he is on, Weirdworld, it is insane. And it gets crazier with every page. Do yourself a favor and check this out. Great tale by Jason Aaron, great art by Mike Del Mundo. And those colors by Del Mundo and Marco D'Alfonso! Absolutely incredible, I recommend it!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Brent

    Worked for me: I particularly liked the lunatic tone, and the painted art. Recommended.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Des Fox

    Weirdworld is awesome. The Secret Wars tie-ins spooked me a bit, as crossover tie-ins do, but Weirdworld can be read comfortably apart from Secret Wars. Jason Aaron pens a bizarre, sword and sorcery, Conan style book, set to the tune of endless imagination, radiating both from Aaron and Mike Del Mundo. Easily, the artwork is the selling point of this book. Each creature and vista is realized as a visual treat, with every page a spectacle to behold. The adventure of this book comes from turning e Weirdworld is awesome. The Secret Wars tie-ins spooked me a bit, as crossover tie-ins do, but Weirdworld can be read comfortably apart from Secret Wars. Jason Aaron pens a bizarre, sword and sorcery, Conan style book, set to the tune of endless imagination, radiating both from Aaron and Mike Del Mundo. Easily, the artwork is the selling point of this book. Each creature and vista is realized as a visual treat, with every page a spectacle to behold. The adventure of this book comes from turning each page, giddy with anticipation at what you might be looking at next. Apelantis, Eyemazons, Gun Ogres and Man-things populate the weird world of Weirdworld, with a plot just compelling enough to get us to what we're actually here for. Dialogue and characterization is all totally acceptable in this book. We're working with 5, 20 page issues to tell a whole Odyssey style homecoming story, and I think given the parameters, Aaron handles things about as well as I expect him to. I was never disappointed with an issue of Weirdworld, and the ending firmly plants the little universe in our new Marvel U in a clever way, that I'm excited to see explored in the future. If you want to read a Marvel title that reads like a creator owned adventure book, you won't be bored by Weirdworld.

  12. 5 out of 5

    The_Mad_Swede

    This is the second collection of Marvel's Warzones! event (which tied into the whole latest Secret Wars event from a few years back (i.e. not the original maxi-series from the 80s) I have read, the first being A-Force Vol. 0: Warzones! , and this one was more to my liking. Arguably the reason for this is, at least partly, that I have no prior connection to Weirdworld, Skull the Slayer or the other characters and concepts used here (with the slight exception for the protagonist Arkon, whom I h This is the second collection of Marvel's Warzones! event (which tied into the whole latest Secret Wars event from a few years back (i.e. not the original maxi-series from the 80s) I have read, the first being A-Force Vol. 0: Warzones! , and this one was more to my liking. Arguably the reason for this is, at least partly, that I have no prior connection to Weirdworld, Skull the Slayer or the other characters and concepts used here (with the slight exception for the protagonist Arkon, whom I have encountered, if briefly, in Avengers and X-Men) and I could therefore enjoy this weird fantasy tale on its own merits. As a fan of Jason Aaron, it was not a hard choice to check the volume out of the library when I more or less stumbled over it, and it is certainly a tale that plays to his strengths. The art by Mike del Mundo also works well for me, and has a certain aesthetic flare to it, which feels very fresh to me. The ending leaves me a bit torn, but likely is part of setting up the post-Secret War edition of the comic, which I am certainly interested in checking out after reading this one.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Cat (cat-thecatlady)

    well, the name of this pretty much sums it up. I'm not sure if it's because of my not particular interested in this barbarian's story or if this just isn't the book for me but I'm not really sure I enjoyed it. I read it pretty quickly because the art kept blowing me away. it's so so beautiful and unlike anything you'll find in comics, specially from such a big studio like Marvel. at times, I was screaming for the pictures to start moving!! I would kill to see an animation by this artist. the stor well, the name of this pretty much sums it up. I'm not sure if it's because of my not particular interested in this barbarian's story or if this just isn't the book for me but I'm not really sure I enjoyed it. I read it pretty quickly because the art kept blowing me away. it's so so beautiful and unlike anything you'll find in comics, specially from such a big studio like Marvel. at times, I was screaming for the pictures to start moving!! I would kill to see an animation by this artist. the story was pretty ok. the depiction of women was actually a bit shitty. oh god, and that ending was terrible! seriously. I also don't understand where this fits into the secret wars or anything, since I apparently didn't catch any of the references. but then again, I think I'm definitely not the target audience for this. it was an ok read but I'll probably won't keep following this full review soon

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sonic

    This was absolutely fantastic (for me, personally) for 2 reasons! First, this was some fantastic writing from Aaron. [[ "But Sonic elf," you exclaim, "You led us to believe that though Aaron's writing in SCALPED is some of your favorite writing in comics, you made it seem like the majority of his other stuff was a big let-down!" ]] Welllll, not all of the other stuff was a let-down, some WOLVERINE stuff was good, and I am enjoying SOUTHERN BASTARDS, ... there was an excellent Vietnam one, ... but This was absolutely fantastic (for me, personally) for 2 reasons! First, this was some fantastic writing from Aaron. [[ "But Sonic elf," you exclaim, "You led us to believe that though Aaron's writing in SCALPED is some of your favorite writing in comics, you made it seem like the majority of his other stuff was a big let-down!" ]] Welllll, not all of the other stuff was a let-down, some WOLVERINE stuff was good, and I am enjoying SOUTHERN BASTARDS, ... there was an excellent Vietnam one, ... but I digress, ... The other reason this was so personally satisfying, is because he has some characters in here that I used to have high hopes for when I was very young, and yet these characters always brought me nothing but deep and profound disappointment. Here for the first time EVER, Jason Aaron has finally delivered on the promise that until now was always just promise, ... Oh yeah, did I mention that this artwork is absolutely Gorgeous? (!!!) Enjoy!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rick

    Well, this certainly isn't the original. Weirdworld: Warriors of the Shadow Realm was a wonderful amalgamation of so much that breaking it down would be pointless. This new version of Weirdworld keeps that same bizarre kookiness, but anything regarding resemblance ends there. There are also some odds of flotsam from the remains of the Marvel Universe hovering through the story: Man-Thing, Morgan le Fay, Crystar, Skull the Slayer and the hero of this patchwork amalgamation Arkon. The art is nicel Well, this certainly isn't the original. Weirdworld: Warriors of the Shadow Realm was a wonderful amalgamation of so much that breaking it down would be pointless. This new version of Weirdworld keeps that same bizarre kookiness, but anything regarding resemblance ends there. There are also some odds of flotsam from the remains of the Marvel Universe hovering through the story: Man-Thing, Morgan le Fay, Crystar, Skull the Slayer and the hero of this patchwork amalgamation Arkon. The art is nicely done, but the story is pretty weak and the characterization and motivations is all pretty mediocre. Not a complete disappointment, but certainly not something that I enjoyed even half as much as the original.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Michael Adams

    Fun romp though a crazy fantasy world. Lots of mash-ups of past Marvel properties including characters from 80's toyline adaptations (Crystar, Prince of Crystal?!?). Lots of fun. The lead character is straight out of the Conan mold, but the showpiece here is the mashup; all the varying properties that wouldn't fit well back into the traditional Marvel U parts of Battleworld (the setting of the Secret Wars crossover) kind of ended up here, and it works. It doesn't hurt that the art is done in a b Fun romp though a crazy fantasy world. Lots of mash-ups of past Marvel properties including characters from 80's toyline adaptations (Crystar, Prince of Crystal?!?). Lots of fun. The lead character is straight out of the Conan mold, but the showpiece here is the mashup; all the varying properties that wouldn't fit well back into the traditional Marvel U parts of Battleworld (the setting of the Secret Wars crossover) kind of ended up here, and it works. It doesn't hurt that the art is done in a beautiful painted style, giving these over-the-top concepts a solid, realistic, visual rendering. All-in-all I really liked this one and will keep up with the ongoing that follows it, assuming the quality is consistent.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Alex Sarll

    Arkon, Lord of the Warlords, battles his way across a realm of floating islands and giant squidsharks which suggests a prog rock album cover gone to seed, searching for his kingdom. A lot of people seem to have found this series baffling and/or annoying; I can only suggest they weren't in the right frame of mind for it, because having been awake since 4am after a weekend at Nine Worlds, this land where the lost things go made perfect sense to me. Arkon, Lord of the Warlords, battles his way across a realm of floating islands and giant squidsharks which suggests a prog rock album cover gone to seed, searching for his kingdom. A lot of people seem to have found this series baffling and/or annoying; I can only suggest they weren't in the right frame of mind for it, because having been awake since 4am after a weekend at Nine Worlds, this land where the lost things go made perfect sense to me.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Butcher

    I was not sold on the first issue, however by the end I could see how this really played up on the options left to creators within the Secret War concept. I knew really nothing about these characters and in the end it all works,

  19. 5 out of 5

    Dru

    I really enjoyed this. Del Mundo art is the star of the show, creating a fantastic world for the story. Aaron writes this pretty well. Some nice moments and quickly builds up some secondary characters nicely.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Morbus Iff

    Read as monthly issues. A disjointed mess, which I suppose was intentional, but failed for me.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Fizzgig76

    Reprints Weirdworld (Limited Series) #1-5 (August 2015-December 2015). Arkon only wants one thing…to get home! Trapped in Weirdworld, Arkon finds himself battling for survival everyday as he searches for Polemachus. When he is rescued from Apelantis by Warbow, he finds himself on a new quest and with a new enemy in Morgan Le Fay. Arkon’s goal of reaching Polemachus seems further and further out of reach…but Polemachus might just be closer than he ever thought. Written by Jason Aaron, Weirdworld V Reprints Weirdworld (Limited Series) #1-5 (August 2015-December 2015). Arkon only wants one thing…to get home! Trapped in Weirdworld, Arkon finds himself battling for survival everyday as he searches for Polemachus. When he is rescued from Apelantis by Warbow, he finds himself on a new quest and with a new enemy in Morgan Le Fay. Arkon’s goal of reaching Polemachus seems further and further out of reach…but Polemachus might just be closer than he ever thought. Written by Jason Aaron, Weirdworld Volume 0: Warzones! was a five issue limited series that spun out of Marvel Comics’ event series Secret Wars. The comic received acclaim and quickly found a cult audience leading to a continuing series after the end of Secret Wars. The collection features art by Mike Del Mundo. Weirdworld was one of the first series of the Secret Wars spinoffs that caught my attention. Not only was Weirdworld kind of a “weird” Marvel venture when it started in the ’70s, but it also never was really part of the Marvel Universe. To plop Arkon in the middle of it was intriguing…and it got better. Aaron manages to capture a lot of odd characters that you never expected to see again, much less in one book. I really was happy and surprised to see Crystar and Warbow show up because I didn’t even know Marvel owned the rights to them since they were a toyline. The characters previously had their own series (which I’d like collected) and play a supporting role. In addition to Crystar, you get Skull the Slayer who also had a short lived ’70s series (which was collected). If you wrap this all up with Jennifer Kale and the Man-Thing, you’ve got a fun present. This odd pairing unfortunately doesn’t get much time to develop. The Secret Wars storylines were all generally four or five issues and it feels like the fun is just starting when it all blows-up (literally). The last issue feels pretty rushed and this is somewhat unfortunate. Mike Del Mundo is also an interesting artist. I don’t always like his work, but it works here. Weirdworld is kind of based on absurdity and the art is at point absurd. It is over-the-top, unrealistic, and a good fit at the same time. The promise of a Weirdworld continuing series brought me hope for this series, but it also brought me dread. Comics like Weirdworld have little chance of surviving at big comic companies like Marvel or DC, but what makes them enjoyable is that they are part of these bigger worlds. The second problem with the continuation of Weirdworld was the decision to switch the focal character. I wanted to see more Arkon and more Crystar, and though it continued to be fun, it wasn’t the same as this book. Weirdworld feels like it could resurface sometime, but I don’t know when or how. Weirdworld 0: Warzones! was followed by Weirdworld 1: Where Lost Things Go.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Adam Stone

    If you're a sucker for Conan like adventure stories, and you love psychedelic sci-fi cover art from the 1960s and 70s, this might be Your Favorite Book Ever. Jason Aaron is a solid writer. Mike del Mundo seems to be great at what he does. But I hated this book. I just don't care about this style of story, and I don't enjoy this style of art. From page one, I wanted to close the book and put it back on the shelf, but I stuck with it. I do not feel I was rewarded for it. There are some two page spr If you're a sucker for Conan like adventure stories, and you love psychedelic sci-fi cover art from the 1960s and 70s, this might be Your Favorite Book Ever. Jason Aaron is a solid writer. Mike del Mundo seems to be great at what he does. But I hated this book. I just don't care about this style of story, and I don't enjoy this style of art. From page one, I wanted to close the book and put it back on the shelf, but I stuck with it. I do not feel I was rewarded for it. There are some two page spreads in the final issue that seem like they're supposed to be these epic, eye-popping moments, but I couldn't even parse them. This is, by far, my least favorite book by Jason Aaron. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone unless I Knew it hit one of their comic kinks.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    So once again I have found a book that I love that is a very short run. I initially thought the artwork was a bit lazy as it looks very smudged and blurry. On closer inspection I found that the blurry effect was an overlay and the work underneath is quite good. The story itself is a solid quest for home style story, with allies made on the way to come to the rescue during the final battle. Mainly I liked the dragon but that goes for any story.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sean

    Jason Aaron and Mike del Mundo team-up for tale of warriors and weirdness. This book has no business fitting into a big Marvel crossover but its really fun and just works. Arkon is an easy character to follow, he just wants to go home. Sadly, Weirdworld just keeps getting in his way. There are some familiar faces that pop up and some exciting new ones. del Mundo's art is a perfect fit for this insane world. Overall, a surprisingly fun read. Jason Aaron and Mike del Mundo team-up for tale of warriors and weirdness. This book has no business fitting into a big Marvel crossover but its really fun and just works. Arkon is an easy character to follow, he just wants to go home. Sadly, Weirdworld just keeps getting in his way. There are some familiar faces that pop up and some exciting new ones. del Mundo's art is a perfect fit for this insane world. Overall, a surprisingly fun read.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Tom

    I read this in individual issues before, and I think I liked it better then, but it's still a wild and crazy book where Arkon journeys across Weirdworld, a place that earned its name with underwater apes, gun-toting ogres, the Forest of the Man-Things, and a host of other stuff that is between Arkon and his home. Best to stay out of his way. I read this in individual issues before, and I think I liked it better then, but it's still a wild and crazy book where Arkon journeys across Weirdworld, a place that earned its name with underwater apes, gun-toting ogres, the Forest of the Man-Things, and a host of other stuff that is between Arkon and his home. Best to stay out of his way.

  26. 4 out of 5

    G6

    I wasn't expecting like this as much as I did. The story is, well, weird, but entertaining from start to finish. This volume arguably has my favorite art in a comic book/graphic novel, so props to Mike Del Mundo. Weirdworld definitely isn't for everyone, but give it a chance if you're looking for something fresh from Marvel. I wasn't expecting like this as much as I did. The story is, well, weird, but entertaining from start to finish. This volume arguably has my favorite art in a comic book/graphic novel, so props to Mike Del Mundo. Weirdworld definitely isn't for everyone, but give it a chance if you're looking for something fresh from Marvel.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Scott

    I thought the story was by-the-numbers sword and sorcery, but the watercolor look to the artwork was impressive.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kendra Lee

    A fully enjoyable read! What a romp. Super weird, but also oddly relatable, fantastic art, and just an all-around good time. Warbow is basically the best.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Paul Duong

    The ending kind of abrupt, was hoping for more. I enjoyed it until issue 5.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Michael Knolla

    Better than expected but still more of a two-and-a-half rather than a full three. Worth it just for the memory of my childhood Crystal Warriors toy set.

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