REVIEW: Infinity Score in Giant-Size Black Cat #1
In Giant-Size Black Cat #1 by Jed MacKay, C.F. Villa, Brian Reber, and Ferran Delgado, with a main cover by Pepe Larraz & Alejandro Sánchez, we see the conclusion of the long-running Infinity Score storyline… and it’s a pretty good ending, Marvel Blog True Believers!
Giant-Size Black Cat #1
In this issue, the long-running Infinity Score storyline comes to an end, and it’s a pretty satisfying conclusion! Although I did not read every single story in this crossover event, I read a few, and that patchy knowledge is enough to appreciate this ending.
The story includes a twist ending that reveals that Felicia Hardy has been lying all along! Well, that is kind of what the Black Cat does, Marvel Blog True Believers.
I especially enjoyed the art in this issue, which involved three morally-questionable individuals who have been powered up by Infinity Stones pulling a heist on a hospital that is filled with mercenaries that were hired by Nick Fury. Yes, it’s that kind of story! This comic doesn’t shy away from plenty of flashy, fun, comic book-y shenanigans.
And I also enjoyed the inclusion of Nighthawk in the story, who is motivated by the events of Heroes Reborn.
Furthermore, this issue uses Nighthawk to refer back to the beginning of the Infinity Score storyline in the Guardians of the Galaxy Annual, making a nice narrative circle with the final issue.
“Infinity Score” Part 4
Have you been following this storyline? Did you get a chance to pick up Giant Size Black Cat and see the conclusion of Infinity Score? If so, which cover did you obtain?
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