Thanos Rising

Thanos Rising The vile face of Thanos left audiences in shock after last summer s Marvel Studios The Avengers moviebut who is this eerily disturbing villain Discover the hidden truth as Thanos rises as the unrival

  • Title: Thanos Rising
  • Author: Jason Aaron Simone Bianchi
  • ISBN: 9780785184003
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
  • The vile face of Thanos left audiences in shock after last summer s Marvel Studios The Avengers moviebut who is this eerily disturbing villain Discover the hidden truth, as Thanos rises as the unrivaled rogue of wretchedness in this gripping tale of tragedy, deceit and destiny Where did this demi god of destruction come from and importantly, what does he wanThe vile face of Thanos left audiences in shock after last summer s Marvel Studios The Avengers moviebut who is this eerily disturbing villain Discover the hidden truth, as Thanos rises as the unrivaled rogue of wretchedness in this gripping tale of tragedy, deceit and destiny Where did this demi god of destruction come from and importantly, what does he want from the universe Death has been shadowing Thanos for his entire life, watching his inner darkness growbut why The answers come from the incredible creative team of Jason Aaron Wolverine, X Men Origins and Simone Bianchi Wolverine, Astonishing X Men Prepare for a journey that will not only change the course of one boy s lifebut will soon change the very nature of the Marvel Universe What comes after Marvel NOW Whatever it is, it starts HERE COLLECTING Thanos Rising 1 5

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    • Jason Aaron Simone Bianchi

      Jason Aaron grew up in a small town in Alabama His cousin, Gustav Hasford, who wrote the semi autobiographical novel The Short Timers, on which the feature film Full Metal Jacket was based, was a large influence on Aaron Aaron decided he wanted to write comics as a child, and though his father was skeptical when Aaron informed him of this aspiration, his mother took Aaron to drug stores, where he would purchase books from spinner racks, some of which he still owns today.Aaron s career in comics began in 2001 when he won a Marvel Comics talent search contest with an eight page Wolverine back up story script The story, which was published in Wolverine 175 June 2002 , gave him the opportunity to pitch subsequent ideas to editors.In 2006, Aaron made a blind submission to DC Vertigo, who published his first major work, the Vietnam War story The Other Side which was nominated for an Eisner Award for Best Miniseries, and which Aaron regards as the second time he broke into the industry.Following this, Vertigo asked him to pitch other ideas, which led to the series Scalped, a creator owned series set on the fictional Prairie Rose Indian Reservation and published by DC Vertigo.In 2007, Aaron wrote Ripclaw Pilot Season for Top Cow Productions Later that year, Marvel editor Axel Alonso, who was impressed by The Other Side and Scalped, hired Aaron to write issues of Wolverine, Black Panther and eventually, an extended run on Ghost Rider that began in April 2008 His continued work on Black Panther also included a tie in to the company wide crossover storyline along with a Secret Invasion with David Lapham in 2009.In January 2008, he signed an exclusive contract with Marvel, though it would not affect his work on Scalped Later that July, he wrote the Penguin issue of The Joker s Asylum.After a 4 issue stint on Wolverine in 2007, Aaron returned to the character with the ongoing series Wolverine Weapon X, launched to coincide with the feature film X Men Origins Wolverine Aaron commented, With Wolverine Weapon X we ll be trying to mix things up like that from arc to arc, so the first arc is a typical sort of black ops story but the second arc will jump right into the middle of a completely different genre, In 2010, the series was relaunched once again as simply Wolverine He followed this with his current run on Thor God of Thunder.

    593 thoughts on “Thanos Rising

    • This is a graphic novel about how the comic book character from Marvel Universe, Thanos, became what he is.I got this miniseries on single comic book issues but I am doing the review on the TPB edition to make an overall review about the whole story.I was really excited to read this since I wanted to know the past history of Thanos and being able to recognize his own unique personality apart from being basically the Marvel's response for DC Comics' Darkseid (that it could be a Marvel's character [...]


    • On the face of it, Thanos Rising should be awesome: great character paired with an awesome writer, Jason Aaron. But the miniseries is instead disappointing. Aaron seeks to introduce new readers to the great Marvel villain, Thanos, by retelling his origins and how he came to be the Mad Titan.Thanos’ origins on Titan, one of Saturn’s moons, becomes that of a serial killer’s. Unloved by parents, ostracised by his peers, his extremely high intelligence and social awkwardness manifested itself [...]


    • Thanos Rising tells history of The Mad Titan.From birth Thanos's mother knew of his danger, but his father didn't believe her.Thanks was a kind and intelligent youth who just didn't feel loved. His mother was locked away in an insane asylum, his father often ignored him, and his brother got the positive attention from peers. Thanos behavior became disturbing to say it nicely.So the question remains is The Mad Titan truly mad or does he see death? It's all quite intriguing and terrifying to see T [...]


    • You'd think there's very little that could go wrong with this. Like, the backstory of an awesomely megalomaniac villain must be fun to read. You'd be wrong.Welcome to an interview with Thanos, folks.Host: Ladies and gentlemen, this is the terror of the universe, the scourge of Titan and all round kicker of puppies. Please welcome THANOS!Host: How are you today, Thanos?Thanos: That's Lord Thanos to you, vermin.Host: My apologies. Of course. So, duke of disaster, tell us a bit about your childhood [...]


    • Vote: 3,5Story: 2Art: 5 Simone Bianchi rules!!!This is a good thrilling story if you are a new Marvel reader wanting to know more about Thanos, the Mad Titan, before seeing him as the major villain in the Avengers MCU.But if you are an old Marvel Zombie like me, you are going to enjoy much more Starlin's description and development of the character in an almost forty years old saga than this crazy serial-killer storyline.And I liked not at all Aaron's big-mouth Death, so different by Starlin's s [...]


    • Most people who go to watch the Marvel Universe films know to sit through the end credits. In The Avengers, there are two such sequences. In the one not involving Shwama we are treated to the visage of a smiling purple alien. If you went "Who?" rather than "Whoa!", then this book is for you.This graphic novel is the full origin and life story of Thanos the Destroyer, who has killed his way through more worlds than just about any other Marvel villain. We begin with his birth, one where his mother [...]


    • What an origin story. I never expected to read a Thanos book, especially an origin story. This has a lot of heart and emotion, and there's plenty of self-discovery for Thanos. It's really strange how into his origin story you can get, because even though he's a bad guy you can almost feel his pain on these pages. The story between him and Death was amazing. Must read Marvel, and I don't say that often.




    • Felt completely unnecessary while also providing a nice background that makes Thanos more sinister and unrelenting than ever. Jason Aaron is one of my favorite writers and he does the "What the eeeeffffff?!?" stuff as well as anyone in comics today. Believe me, you'll be what-the-effing plenty in this five-part miniseries but I certainly don't consider it essential reading and definitely not worth the purchase price. It's a one-time read for me.


    • Above average storyline with some pretty good artwork. Thanos is such a diabolical character who is the physical embodiment of evil and it was interesting to learn of his origin. Decent read. 3.5 Stars



    • Serie limitada de 5 números que nos presenta los orígenes de Thanos, aprovechando una de sus visitas a Titan para ver la tumba de su madre. Jason Aaron nos planta un primer cómic que te hace plantearte si seguir o no, porque parece de patio de colegio, nunca mejor dicho. Y eso que tiene un comienzo prometedor con el nacimiento de Thanos y los eventos inmediatamente posteriores. El balance general es que deja una impresión extraña, por una parte de pagafantismo y hogar desestructurado del [...]


    • Thanos is born a cute little deviant tyke. But then he gets caught in a cave-in, lizards eat his cute friends, and he becomes a murderously, murderous murderer.Meh.This comic attempts to show the evolution of a sociopath, but it's just not that interesting seeing him become more murderous and more sociopathic. The big twist would be intriguing if it weren't telegraphed  — not just by decades of comics, but by this story too. Some of the manipulation/insanity of Thanos almost becomes interesti [...]


    • No spoilers.After seeing Guardians of the Galaxy recently, I have made a foray back into comics after decades of absence. Boy have they changed.After doing some research, I found that Thanos has quite a story told in graphic form, so I decided to pick this one up first. This collection tells the tale of the origins of the cosmic's baddest character, Thanos who you get a glimpse of him in the movie. I enjoyed the telling of what makes Thanos the ultimate evil and what drives him to it. It is a qu [...]


    • Thanos is a creepy little serial killer kid.Skrulls, Galactus, and Cosmic Cubes, oh my! Lady Death is pretty effing malicious.


    • Not a bad book by any means. A very good story with fantastic art work. The only thing missing is a connection. I don't feel connected to Thanos. I don't understand the reasoning for what he's done. It's passed off as an insatiable hunger, but it doesn't really make sense to me. Regardless though, still a very good book that I very much enjoyed reading.


    • if I could give it four and a half stars I would, because I didn't love the art in places, but story wise it was sensational. Jason Aaron has been one of Marvel 's more underrated writers for a while, and he's in top form here. Thanos has been my favorite villain for a long time, and I thought it was past time we got an origin story worthy of the Mad Titan. This was it.


    • Such a badass character. Also one of the best origin stories I've read of comic book characters. It has great pacing and a great arc to the story of Thanos. I would recommend it for anyone who wants to know more about the character





    • Another in a long line of unnecessary villain backstories, this isn't as bad as you might think. The title gives us all bad memories of "Hannibal Rising", and there are definitely elements taken from other (also unnecessary) backstories, like the Star Wars prequels (lead character goes on somewhat-justified massacre). One could argue Evil Ernie's love and courtship of Lady Death was ripped off of Thano's love of the (female) representation of death in Marvel, but it has come full circle now beca [...]


    • I have enjoyed everything I've read by Jason Aaron, and his handling of Thor ranks with the best of that superhero's stories. Sadly, the secret origin of Thanos is nowhere near as engaging as Aaron's other work with Marvel heroes. The problem, or one of them, is that reducing Thanos to a troubled kid diminishes a character who doesn't really need an origin story. It's enough that he exists and that he's a badass, but the mystery of his origins, to my mind, has always been a part of the character [...]


    • A solid intro story for a cosmic psychopath, I thought the art was good, and there was plenty enough pathos involved to really begin to despite Thanos (as we should). My one gripe with this series is that it just leaves too many questionsI feel like I still know so little about the character. He's smart, we get that, but how is he so physically powerful and indestructible? His genetics? There are probably answers elsewhere, but this book seemed like the right place to reveal them. And I realize [...]


    • This was a solid, if underwhelming origin story for Thanos. It doesn't tread any new ground except set up the Infinity event by adding that for a time between when he left Titan and returned to destroy it he had a way with the women. Everything else is old ground but told well. Jason Aaron is a fantastic writer and Simone Bianchi captures the menace of Thanos on page wonderfully. If this didn't read like some weak prequel to yet another Marvel event (which it was) it could hvae been fantastic. A [...]


    • 2.25 / 5 stars. First read of the year, and honestly it wasn't my favorite. I read this because I'm currently reading the Marvel Infinity line/series, and this was part of it. I didn't really care about the character, didn't really care about the plot meh. Hope that the rest of Infinity is better.


    • Thanos is a rather one dimensional character here, and reminds me of the stereotypical neckbeards projected ideal ego. So a bit dull in otherwords.On the other hand, the artwork was fantastic, so overall I still enjoyed this book.


    • whoa this is the comic to read if you want to understand thanos for sure. all the things you didnt know all the things wanted to know about who and what he is. this is the comic to read and oh boy the way great art work here. oh i approve this book.



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