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This exciting new anthology has over a dozen original tales starring the vicious foes of Marvel's superheroes: Greg Cox's chronicle of the Super-Skrull's conflict with the Avengers, Michael Jan Friendman's story of evil Loki's latest attempt to snare his stepbrother Thor, Adam-Troy Castro's tale of a mutant who brings Magneto and X-Men's Professor X together in a unique manner, Glenn Greenberg's pairing of Venom and the Absorbing Man in an unlikely jailbreak. 

Plus stories featuring Typhoid by Ann Nocenti, Carnage by Robert Sheckley, Kang the Conquerer by Richard Lee Byers, Mephisto by Robert L. Washington III, and many more villainous exploits!

©2020 Marvel (P)2020 Marvel

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  • Gregory d.
  • 20-08-20

make mine marvel.

villains are complicated characters
this book will soften show you facets of them that make them more human than the heroes themselves

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  • Trace
  • 15-05-20

Some great, some good, some ehhh.

There is some good to great storytelling here. I will recommend it to anyone who is a marvel/superhero fan, with a few caveats. Stories: several of the stories are really good, the type of character development that you would expect in a novel or a good script. Some of them however are not great. Two or three stories just end, they don’t really have an ending, there’s no arc. The first couple stories are very good. Last few are also strong. It’s the middle. It’s like, Im getting paid and we need to fill space, this is good enough. Narration: Again generally strong. This isn’t a comment on the quality of the narration but more of a quality of the production. Especially early on, it’s like they made last-minute changes to the script, changes that really didn’t matter at all, but the P stands very abrupt words or sentences that we’re just jarring. It’s like, this is good enough for these people. Honestly I relisten to a couple of them, and they would’ve been so much better off just not including those lines. But again, it was probably some author who insisted on it or something equally ridiculous. Hurt quality of the production.

I would recommend this for the nuggets of gold and because it’s a long enough listen to keep you entertained. I just wish that there were more of the good ones. Honestly, superhero novelizations are suspect at best. So this is better than a lot of stuff you see available.

One more thing, there is very little superhero stuff here. If you’re hoping to listen in on your favorite superhero fighting is arch enemy, this isn’t that story. All stories are from the perspective of the super villain.

I did enjoy, just didn’t love it.

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  • Yvonne Gutierrez
  • 05-05-20

Supervillain story gold!

I like seeing the human side of the villains we love to hate! Everyone has s story out circumstance.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-12-20

a really good audio book

paints vikings in a new light and always you too see the other side of the mask

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  • Fin
  • 03-01-21

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Only really good story was about vemom but it was ok
Good short storys i recommend this book to you