A-Force, Volume 1: Hypertime

A Force Volume Hypertime What do you do when a sentient cosmic event rampages through Japan ASSEMBLE A FORCE Marvel s newest hero SINGULARITY has escaped Battleworld and found her way to the Marvel Universe But she didn t m

  • Title: A-Force, Volume 1: Hypertime
  • Author: G. Willow Wilson Kelly Thompson Jorge Molina
  • ISBN: 9780785196051
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Paperback
  • What do you do when a sentient cosmic event rampages through Japan ASSEMBLE A FORCE Marvel s newest hero, SINGULARITY, has escaped Battleworld and found her way to the Marvel Universe But she didn t make the journey alone To combat the villainous ANTIMATTER, Singularity will call upon Earth s mightiest team of Avengers And one thing s for sure They are A FORCE to beWhat do you do when a sentient cosmic event rampages through Japan ASSEMBLE A FORCE Marvel s newest hero, SINGULARITY, has escaped Battleworld and found her way to the Marvel Universe But she didn t make the journey alone To combat the villainous ANTIMATTER, Singularity will call upon Earth s mightiest team of Avengers And one thing s for sure They are A FORCE to be reckoned with Collecting A Force 1 4, Avengers 83, A Force 1, material from Avengers 0

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  • A blue thing wanders into our universe. She's supposed to be cute because she acts and talks like a six-year-old. She wanders around collecting heroes she knew in Secret-Wars-verse. Theoretically, they're supposed to help her fight a red thing, but none of them are any good at it. For no very good reason, they stick around as the blue thing keeps finding more people, hoping they can help against the red thing. They can't. In the end, (view spoiler)[they get the magical plot device that lets them [...]


  • This is a pretty decent way to salvage some of the storyline from Secret Wars (A-Force, Vol. 0: Warzones!). I'm interested to see where this goes in the next volume.


  • A lame salvage of the homonymous Secret Wars tie-in with a more than lame cosmic "villain" and low character depth, but Molina's art was great.I liked much more the classic Avengers #83 volume filler reprint here included than the main story, a good old one by Roy Thomas and "Big" John Buscema (the reference to Lovecraft 's Miskatonic University was really nice and unexpected).' nuff said.



  • I'm not against an all-female Avengers team per se, but this volume was just a little too all over the place for me. My ignorance of "Battleworld" and so forth probably didn't help.


  • These are good stories; just as good is the reprint, included here, of Avengers #83, which I bought from the newsstand in October, 1970, featuring the introduction of The Valkyrie and the Lady Liberators!Recommended.


  • Singularity próbuje pogodzić swoją skłóconą lesbijską rodzinę, bo nie chce, żeby jej mamy z sobą walczyły i to jest piękne. Wiele mogę wybaczyć Marvelowi, bo A-Force.



  • I adored this! I couldn't put this book down! I came for the badass ladies saving the world and stayed for the awesome writing. The plot revolves around Singularity coming to earth 616 (? I think. I got lost when the whole Secret Wars thing happened) and thinking it's the world she crash landed in before. She finds all of her team members from the other world: She-Hulk, Captain Marvel, Nico, Dazzler and Medusa. They don't know who she is and, save Jen, they're all kind of mean. She's being chase [...]


  • "Nothing stays the same. It is what is beautiful, right?" - SingularitySingularity hops, skips, and jumps out of Secret Wars into All-New All-Different Marvel Universe does this one have a number? Which one is this again? What, this is 616?! I missed something. Anyway, back to Singularity, none of her friends (A-Force) recognize her (she met the OG A-Force team on Battleworld's Arcadia Island). So she rounds them up (Carol, Jennifer, Medusa, Nico, and Alison) to defend the planet from Antimatte [...]


  • Loved it! Always pleased when I have a successful Marvel Cosmic book in my hands. The art is from Jorge Molina is terrific. Solid set up story to kick off a series. I'm a bit confused about a couple of plot points. Not sure why the space station is called Alpha Flight. Does Canada have a space program? Why are there no men on-board? Is there also a super-hero team called Alpha Flight? Is this their space station? Also of note: Included is Avengers #83. One of my all time favorite issues of the A [...]



  • [Read as single issues]The A-Force Secret Wars series was pretty much perfect, and easily my favourite of the Secret Wars tie-ins. Beautiful art, great characters, and a good tie-in to the main series. In the wake of Secret Wars, that team is no more, and no one is more disappointed than Singularity, the adorable character that debuted in that mini-series and the only person who remembers Battleworld at all.Her appearance in the Marvel Universe causes the creation of Antimatter, her antithesis, [...]


  • I loved A-Force. A-Force is made up of some really amazing characters. I did not expect to like She-Hulk as much as I do. She's so brave and just. She's wonderful. The more of Medusa I see the more I like her. She's appeared in Mrs. Marvel a bit as well. She's kind of scary. Not a bad thing at all. She's powerful and not to be messed with. I knew nothing about Nico Minoru because I still haven't read The Runaways yet but her abilities are so interesting to me. She's more than just a magic user. [...]


  • I've been on a girl-power kick lately, and I've really been enjoying it. Picking up in the aftermath of Battleworld, Singularity finds herself in our world and in need of help. She attempts to track down her old friends, only to find they don't remember her. What follows is a fun adventure of teamwork, clashing egos, and Adventures!In!Space, the latter of which usually isn't my cup of tea, but which makes for a pretty neat read here. Captain Marvel, She-Hulk, Medusa, Nico, Dazzler, and Singulari [...]


  • I liked seeing a bunch of awesome lady superheroes get together, but I had no idea what was going on plot-wise. Still enjoyable!


  • There is a lot that I wish would have happened in this, but as volume one (volume zero basically doesn't count) it had a lot of set/up. I'm glad to see Allison, I want to see her character grow from the really terrible things that happened to her.


  • Spinning out of the Secret Wars spinoff, Singularity pops up in the regular Marvel universe and goes looking for her friends who no longer remember her. Unfortunately, an entity called Antimatter has followed her to our universe. Jorge Molina's art is fantastic. A little similar to Jimmy Cheung's in places but with his own spin on it. The story is OK. There's a lot of bickering in the book, without any good banter. It would work better if one or two of the characters were smart-asses.


  • I love singularity, but this entire world just makes me grumpy. WHY DID YOU HAVE TO DESTROY THE WORLD IF YOU"RE JUST GONNA DESTROY IT AGAIN maybe superhero isn't for me.


  • Yay, I liked this so much better than Warzones!The main story is lots of fun -- Singularity comes to the newly established "normal" (whatever that means at this point) universe from the Battleworlds one, and is incredibly cute. Then there's just lots and lots of ladies being badasses alongside other ladies. Even the non-superhero scientists are ladies! I want to live in the alternate universe where this is the status quo. Eventually they can add one token guy to the team, and have him need to be [...]


  • See! I told you this one would be much better! So Arcadia is gone. That weird Loki battle thingy with the zombies and the Thors never happened. A-Force hasn't disbanded because they were never banded together in the first place. This is the new "world" that our villain, Anti-Matter falls into and Singularity, the cutie pie, follows. Now a makeshift A-Force must assemble and save all human and super kind!What I liked about this new storyline: All the characters are confused so we, the readers, ge [...]


  • Singularity busts back on the scene, having made the transition off of Battleworld (post-Secret Wars) with her memories intact. She goes to seek out her friends from A-Force (Medusa, Captain Marvel, She-Hulk, Dazzler and Nico Minoru) because of an attack by Anti-Matter, a being of similar but opposite make up as her. Only problem? They have never heard of A-ForceDespite the excellent Vol. 0 and its job of establishing the team well, this Volume chooses to be a kind of a team origin story for thi [...]


  • Marvel have done some great work on female characters over the past few years. Ms. Marvel and Squirrel Girl have all been break-out hits. Female versions of Hawkeye, Wolverine, Loki and Thor have done very well and most established characters like She-Hulk, Captain Marvel, and Black Widow have all had oft-recommended runs. It seems logical to bring them all together, which is exactly what A-Force delivers.A fun story, much more full of good references and witty dialogue than any real depth, this [...]


  • This volume was definitely better than Warzones. This volume didn't really explain what was going on in that volume but I enjoyed the new plot much more. I think I still need son time to become more invested in these characters.The She-Hulk in this series seems to be the same as the one presented in Law and Disorder. Unfortunately I felt like some of the spunk I loved in that series was gone in this series. I hope that is improved in the next volume.


  • The original mini-series during Secret Wars had everything required to be a success except a sense of necessity or longevity. Alternate reality stories usually have that issue. Transcending it's origins and finding its place in the Marvel Universe proper, A-Force delivers classic Marvel fun by blending familiar tropes with new sensibilities through characters that for some reason feel like they were meant to be teamed together from the start.


  • A-Force gets an awesome reboot featuring the same Singularity from Battleworld, but different versions of the women she fought alongside before. The only thing this book is missing is America Chavez.The old-school issue of Avengers that was also packaged in this (#83, the introduction of the Lady Liberators) seems an incredibly tone-deaf addition to an otherwise solidly feminist book.


  • Singularity has popped in from the Battleworld and tries to hunt down her A-Force friends, except none of them remember her or that world. Really lovely putting-the-gang-together story, taking place on earth and in space, and sweet Singularity trying to find her place when she is no longer a friend. Can't wait to see what adventures the team gets up to now that they are officially a team (again).


  • I'm happy this series picked back up after Secret Wars, and love the assemblage of wonderful female superheroes. This is a great team of women, with complicated lives and backstories who are thrust together and learn to work as a team. This is one of my favorite on going team ups, and I will continue to pick it up in the future.


  • This was just okay, and honestly,vol 0 was so much better. One thing that urks me is when comics companies reprint material, such as how in this volume part of volume 0 was in the back of thisgh.


  • A-Force started in the middle of BattleWorld, and it's come very far since those first issues last year. Plus Kelly Thompson (JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS) is now also writing with Wilson, and the results are FAB. I love this all-lady team with all of my shriveled heart.


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