GOD OF WAR COMIC BOOK

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God of War is a six-issue American comic book limited series set in the Greek mythology era of the God of War universe. The series was written by Marv Wolfman. Kratos, God of War, has returned! His war on the gods of Olympus long past, Kratos builds a new life for himself in the remote Norse wilds. God of War for the PlayStation 4, though done much differently than previous games in the series, was a smashing success with Director Cory.


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With the PlayStation 4 exclusive God of War title having made such an incredible narrative impact on gamers, it's understandable that so many. DC/Wildstorm presents the game-to-comic graphic novel in a bi-monthly 6 part series, And having so recently defeated Ares to become the god of war, Kratos . mashuementhampkeg.tk: Welcome to the Official Site for DC. DC is home to the "World's Greatest Super Heroes,” including SUPERMAN, BATMAN, WONDER WOMAN.

The squabbles of the two attracted the attention of a Kerosian warrior named Pothia , champion of Artemis , who also sought after the Ambrosia due to the fact that the children the women of her tribe bore were stillborn. The Kerosians battled Kratos and his army, but were, too, defeated. Meanwhile, Alrik and his men encountered a man named Danaus , commander of animals and champion of Hermes.

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Danaus sought after the Ambrosia, for the livestock of his land were afflicted with a plague. Unfortunately, Alrik decapitated the man and took his disembodied head with him in his journey. After burying the fallen and paying their last respects, Kratos and his men finally made it to the Tree of Life , the very tree which held the Ambrosia. Suddenly, Cereyon , the pyrokinetic champion of the Sun God Helios and the only champion to know of his god's selection , challenged Kratos, but was quickly trounced.

The warriors, with the Ambrosia finally in their grasp, rejoiced and prepared to return to Sparta. Unfortunately, Alrik and his Barbarians suddenly arrived, and the two armies clashed over the healing elixir.

Alrik then unleashed Danaus' head and used its power, commanding a nearby flock of Rocs to tear Kratos and his Spartans apart. Luckily, Kratos overcame the beasts' attack, but Alrik escaped on a Roc, with Ambrosia in hand.

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Hades, still unwilling to allow Ares to claim victory over the wager, sent the arms of death to destroy Kratos and his men. A determined Kratos leapt onto a nearby Roc and callously abandoned his men, all of whom died, begging for their leader not to abandon them. Kratos eventually caught up with Alrik, and their battle led to them having fallen from a devastating height, onto the ground.

The two warriors found themselves wounded, dazed, yet alive; the Ambrosia spilled on them both during their struggle. Kratos then grabbed the head of Danaus, and commanded other Rocs to swoop down and rip Alrik to shreds. Kratos flew back to Sparta on a Roc and barely managed to save his daughter from being thrown off a cliff. Kratos then healed his daughter with the Ambrosia. Impressed, the King of Sparta promoted Kratos to the title of a Captain.

After defeating Ares and becoming the new God of War, Kratos traverses the Underworld in search of the Ambrosia once again. After entering a cave, he encounters a gigantic arachnid capable of speech.

The monster battles Kratos, only for the latter to destroy the spider's eggs and utterly crush the beast. He questions the arachnid on who sent it, but it dies from its wounds before it can relay any information.

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This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available. Written by Marv Wolfman. Art by Andrea Sorrentino. Cover by Andy Park. Dive into the story behind what makes Kratos, the lead in the video game, a God of War!

From his Spartan childhood, to the battles and tragedies that define him, to the war with the gods he currently wages, GOD OF WAR delivers the back-story fans have been clamoring for! And beware anyone who stand in his way!

Whether they be god, barbarian, or minotaur matters not to Kratos - he's prepared to destroy all who oppose him! Prepare for the third installment of the hot franchise in by picking up this action-packed 6-issue miniseries! Second printing variant.

The adventures of Kratos continue! The Gods have chosen human champions and set them up to battle each other to the death! Kratos, the champion of Ares, is now a young captain in the Spartan army, and he leads his men on a quest from which they'll likely not return - a quest that takes them across the Aegean Sea to battle Poseidon's deadly underwater monsters!

After being almost burned alive, Kratos drowns his foe and successfully retrieves the Ambrosia, but as he leaves, he and his Spartan troops are ambushed by Alrik's horde of barbarians.

Alrik uses the head of Danaus to summon rocs to attack Kratos as he flies away on a similar bird with the stolen Ambrosia.

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Kratos pursues Alrik on a captured roc, knowing that although his men will be taken to the Underworld, they will be honored in Sparta for their sacrifices. Alrik and Kratos battle, during which, the waterskin containing the Ambrosia is punctured, spraying both men.

Alrik critically wounds the Spartan, who is subsequently healed thanks to the Ambrosia. Having also been covered with the Ambrosia, Alrik is revived only to be killed once again until the Ambrosia is spent. Kratos then escapes and returns to Sparta with the Ambrosia, saving his daughter, and giving the King of Sparta the rest of the elixir, who then officially awards Kratos the rank of Captain in the Spartan Army.

An outraged Gyges explains that Kratos had thwarted the Giant's plan to use the elixir to resurrect his brothers Briareus and Cottus , and then reclaim the world. In his fiery battle with Cereyon, Kratos inadvertently burned off Gyges' one hundred arms, and then stole the Ambrosia.

Without arms and now unable to reach the Ambrosia, Gyges was forced to wait for Kratos' return. During the battle, Kratos reveals that he seeks to destroy the elixir to prevent the worshipers of the slain god Ares from resurrecting their master. Mike Murphy of Platform Nation stated that although the comic series serves as a good prequel to the video game series, "the story is bogged down by horrible artHe questions the arachnid on who sent it, but it dies from its wounds before it can relay any information.

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Kratos eventually caught up with Alrik, and their battle led to them having fallen from a devastating height, onto the ground.

Just the type of visuals you rarely see in comics. Kratos and his soldiers then commandeered the ship, but, Poseidon, infuriated that his champion was slain, attempted to kill the Spartans using his powers over the oceans.

They did praise it for being gory like the games, and said "While the art may be iffy, it does have an excellent atmosphere of darkness and constant betrayal. During the battle, Kratos reveals that he seeks to destroy the elixir to prevent the worshipers of the slain god Ares from resurrecting their master.

Ares is the God of War, so we promise this is like no heroic book Marvel has done before.