Review: Secret Invasion: Who Do You Trust?
Interesting, but not essential. I don’t know how else to describe the Secret Invasion: Who Do You Trust? one-shot.
Pieces are moved, however slightly, but I doubt those of you reading just the Secret Invasion mini will be missing anything, except a couple of decent stories.
There are a few nice moments, though a few more questions are raised in some of them. The Captain Marvel story fills in a blank spot in already established continuity — how C.M. went from realizing his true identity to attacking Thunderbolt Mountain. And the Beast and Wonder Man tale was a nice flashback to Marvel’s version of Blue Beetle and Booster Gold.
The Agents of Atlas piece seemed superfluous, though we’ll see what impact they have as the main story goes forward. And while I’m not sure it was vital to the overall Skrull invasion storyline, I did enjoy the writing and the characterization.
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